News

Immediate action urged as Blueberry Rust committee findings released

Burnie City Council welcomes the release of the Legislative Council Report into Biosecurity Tasmania’s response to two outbreaks of Blueberry Rust and urges the Minister to urgently consider the report and to take immediate action.

Waterfront Projects to Start

The Waterfront Eastern Promenade and the Burnie Surf Life Saving Club Redevelopment will soon be underway after a tender contract for both projects was awarded to Fairbrother Pty Ltd at last night’s council meeting.

Burnie Shines launching over 100 events this October!

Burnie is once again gearing up for Burnie Shines, the much anticipated month long festival of community events held each October. Burnie Shines will be officially launched on Friday 21 September at The Advocate Laneway by The Hon Elise Archer MP.

Cradle Coast Authority – decision to be made in coming weeks

Council has received a request from the Cradle Coast Authority to meet to discuss the concerns raised in the Report tabled at the September council meeting.

North West, Central and West Coast Councils push for Energy Policy

Earlier this month Kentish, Central Highlands, Northern Midlands, Burnie City, Circular Head and West Coast Councils wrote to Prime Minister Morrison to congratulate him on becoming the 30th Prime Minister.

Burnie Youth Council Art Challenge 2018

View outstanding artworks this week as the annual Burnie Youth Council Art Challenge kicks off at Studio 2 Eleven in Upper Burnie.

An opportunity to engage with TasNetworks - Project Marinus

TasNetworks has a number of engagement opportunities happening in the coming weeks.

North West an obvious candidate for Forestry Hub

The Circular Head, Waratah-Wynyard and Burnie Councils welcome the Federal Government’s announcement of a $20 million investment into the Forestry Industry and look forward to future announcements in relation to establishing at forestry hub in Tasmania.

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