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For further information contact Council's Public Relations and Events Manager Anthea Gregory-Desmond on (02) 9330 6008 or 0433 051 388.

  1. October 14, 2004

    Budding artists - Show us your festive spirit!!!

    Hurstville City Council is on the hunt for budding artists.

  2. October 13, 2004

    2005 Citizen of the Year Awards

    Hurstville City Council is calling for nominations for Hurstville “Citizen of the Year”, “Young Citizen of the Year” and “Young Sportsperson” Awards for 2005.

  3. October 11, 2004

    Council to continue fight for speed change on King Georges Road

    Hurstville City Council has vowed to continue its fight to get the speed limit changed on King Georges Road.

  4. October 11, 2004

    Council to host Property Council seminar

    Hurstville City Council has taken the innovative step of co-hosting a Property Council seminar on Tuesday 9th November.

  5. September 28, 2004

    Metropolitan Strategy Discussion Paper

    The State Government has released a Metropolitan Strategy Discussion Paper and the public are invited to comment on it.

  6. September 14, 2004

    Community Survey seeks community say on council services

    Hurstville City Council is about to commence the interviews for a major survey to find out the community wants and needs in respect of Council services. Interviewers for the community survey will begin door knocking on Saturday 18th September to ask

  7. September 13, 2004

    Beverly Hills Cinema DA to be reconsidered

    Hurstville City Council has recommenced processing the Development Application for the Beverly Hills Cinema.

  8. September 13, 2004

    Sister City visits will promote economic and sports links

    Hurstville City Council is about to commence a series of visits to its two Sister Cities of Changzhou (in China) and Shiroishi (in Japan) to promote economic and sporting links.

  9. September 09, 2004

    Breast Screen Van in Hurstville

    Over the next month, middle-aged women of Hurstville and the surrounding suburbs will be able to visit the BreastScreen Van in Hurstville.

  10. September 09, 2004

    Miles Franklin's brilliant career revealed in Hurstville

    The sensational secrets and little-known stories of 20th century Australia's literary great, Miles Franklin (1879-1954), will soon be revealed at the St George Regional Museum when the State Library of NSW's national exhibition Miles Franklin: A bri

  11. September 06, 2004

    Green Streets launch a huge success

    The launch of the Green Streets program at Chivers Hill was a huge success for Hurstville City Council on Saturday 4th September.

  12. September 02, 2004

    Ten Point Plan sets future for Hurstville's City Centre

    A ten point plan has been released by Hurstville City Council setting the future direction for its city centre.

  13. Anne Henderson 'Joseph Lyons: The People’s Prime Minister'

    Come along and hear Anne Henderson’s tale about Joseph Lyons at a free author talk on Wednesday 26 September 2012, at 7.00pm at the Hurstville City Library.

  14. Georges River Council has supported a motion to endorse the creation of a new Companion Animal Policy.

    Georges River Council has supported a motion to endorse the creation of a new Companion Animal Policy.

  15. Additional flood lighting to be installed in sports fields across Georges River

    Georges River Council Administrator, John Rayner, said that Council will install more than $200,000 of additional sports field flood lighting across five local sporting facilities.

  16. Winners announced for St George Art Awards 2016

    The winners of the biennial St George Art Awards have been announced during a special event at the Hurstville Museum & Gallery.

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