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Fern Glade Road Upgrade and Pathway – Stage 2

As part of the 2018/19 capital works program, Council will start work on stage 2 of the Fern Glade Road Upgrade and pathway between Wattle Avenue and the Emu River Bridge. The objective of the project is to rehabilitate the existing seal and improve the comfort of the drive by reducing the imperfections to the existing surface. Works will include the continuation of the shared pathway.

Queen Street Upgrade - William to Olive Streets

As part of the 2018/19 capital works program, Council will start work on the upgrade of Queen Street between William Street and Olive Street early this week. The objective of the project is to renew aging infrastructure and to reduce vehicle speed and noise by implementing traffic calming treatments and a streetscape to compliment the heritage of the area. Council undertook consultation sessions with the local community in August last year to ensure the design elements proposed meet the project objectives and expectations of residents and businesses in the area. As construction progress, project updates will be provided.

Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels @ BRAG

The Burnie Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is thrilled to officially open the exhibition Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels on Friday 11 January at 6pm.

Council purchases land at Wivenhoe Showgrounds

Council have today finalised a contract of sale to purchase a parcel of land at the Wivenhoe Showgrounds for $1.4 million.

Public Notice - Syringes in Public Places

The warmer weather is upon us and with more people heading out to our beaches and parks, council would like to remind the public to be aware that unfortunately, syringes are sometimes illegally discarded in our public places.

A Francophile in Burnie

An exhibition by local artist and art teacher Alison Thomas titled A Francophile in Burnie will be opened at Burnie Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) by Dr Wayne Brookes on Friday 21 December at 6pm.

Colour Me Crazy Fun Run 2018

The Colour Me Crazy Fun Run is on again this Sunday 9th December, 11am in South Burnie!

Hidden Treasure

The Burnie Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) has recently had its full collection valuation completed by visual arts professional and valuer, Mr Ross Searle. Mr Searle had the opportunity to have a careful look at the City’s permanent art collection, housed at BRAG, and he was delighted to find some hidden treasures.

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