The new Burnie Aquatic Centre will be open for business from May 2016 and Burnie City Council would love to hear from any community groups or organisations who may be interested in utilising the facility on a somewhat regular basis.
Nominations are now open for the 2016 Burnie City Council Australia Day Awards.
Suppliers and Sub-contractors are invited to submit prices as an Expression of Interest for inclusion in the Burnie City Council register for Service Providers for 2015 - 2017.
Burnie’s Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre (ASELCC) is celebrating 5 years of providing early intervention support to North West Coast children and their families.
At a special meeting held tonight (Tuesday 30 June 2015), Burnie City Council adopted the 2015/16 Annual Plan and Budget Estimates.
Burnie City Council welcomes the release of the State Government’s White Paper on health reform.
Burnie City Council is committed to supporting Caterpillar Underground Mining workers and their families in the lead up to the company’s transition to Thailand.
Burnie City Council is excited about the return of an overnight stop for the 25th anniversary of Targa Tasmania in 2016.
Burnie City Council has welcomed the outcomes of today’s State Budget.
Burnie Mayor Anita Dow has urged Tasmanian Health Minister Michael Ferguson against making a political decision about the location of maternity services for the Cradle Coast region.