In 2014, Australian Red Cross is celebrating 100 years of humanitarian service to the nation.
Due to an error in the title reference of the resolution at Council's last meeting (15 July 2014), the disposal of land process for a title at West Park will be delayed until after the next Council meeting (meeting date is 19 August 2014).
Some TV channels are changing their frequency as the final step in the move to digital-only TV. You'll need to retune your TV, set-top box or digital recorder when these changes happen in your area.
Burnie City Council at a special meeting tonight (Tuesday, 24 June 2014) unanimously adopted the 2014/15 Annual Plan and Budget Estimates.
In response to public requests, the Mayor has agreed to release the minutes for the recent decision of Council to exit children’s services.
Burnie City Council has signalled its intention to commence a process to exit out of the direct delivery of child care services, and to seek expressions of interest from organisations willing to operate these services.
Burnie City Council is looking forward to the first stage of development works commencing at West Park with the announcement of the University of Tasmania (UTAS) obtaining a permit application to develop two new buildings for use, in conjunction with a modified Makers’ Workshop and Domestic Arts Building.
Council wishes to advise the public of planned roadworks on River Road, Wivenhoe.
Burnie City Council wishes to advise that due to kerb and channel roadworks in Avon Street (between Russ Street and Maydena Place), vehicle parking in this section will not be available from 7.30am Monday 13 January until further notice. Local traffic only will be permitted during this time.
A key is needed to access the Liberty Swing.The Liberty Swing key provides access to all Liberty Swings throughout Australia. Council encourages families to have a permanent key, so that they can enjoy the swing at all times. Council provides a free key to families.
Burnie City Council has welcomed the release of the Heads of Agreement between Council and the University of Tasmania, which covers a proposed $8 million project at West Park.