North West Coasters will have the chance to hear party policies on key issues affecting the region, when Burnie hosts a Federal Election Forum at the Burnie Arts & Function Centre on Tuesday 7 June at 4:30 pm.
This year’s State Budget has had mixed results for Burnie and the region according to Burnie City Council Mayor Anita Dow.
Over 400 Year 9 students will have the chance to try a skill at the WorldSkills Australia Try’aSkill program being held at the Burnie Arts & Function Centre on Wednesday 18 May 2016.
Burnie City Council is hopeful that funding for key community infrastructure projects will be included in the Federal Budget on Tuesday evening.
The Wivenhoe Recreation Ground could soon be able to host more night football and cricket games if the Burnie City Council gains support from the State Government.
The Caterpillar Transition Taskforce has generated positive outcomes for those affected by the company’s transition to Thailand, however there is still work to be done, according to Burnie City Council Mayor Anita Dow.
Construction of a wetland treatment system at Burnie’s Waste Management Centre (BWMC) is set to commence in April 2016.
The Burnie Business Expo is an initiative of the three Burnie business groups - the Burnie Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Burnie Tourism Association and City Link with the support of Burnie City Council.
Burnie City Council has introduced a new parking meter voucher system at various locations throughout the city. To help the public understand the new machines, we've put together some Frequently Asked Questions.