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Burnie LINC - Temporary Closure

The Burnie LINC will be temporarily closed from 12noon Friday 29 July until 9:30am Monday 12 September to allow for renovations to be completed.

Burnie Aquatic Centre Opening Hours

The Burnie Aquatic Centre will be closed to the public between the hours of 10am and 2pm Monday to Friday - this week only (25-29 July), due to a Learning Program booking.

Burnie CBD Masterplan

Burnie City Council is encouraging community input and feedback on the draft City Centre Masterplan, recently developed by GHD following a community forum and consultation with local businesses and stakeholders.

2016 Paper Clothing and Mask Competition

Burnie City Council is seeking entries for the 2016 Paper Clothing and Paper Mask Competition.

Looking after yourself following a traumatic event

The Tasmanian Flood Recovery Taskforce have put together a very useful fact sheet around looking after yourself following a traumatic event.

Tender Contract 2565 - Bitumen Surfacing Services 2016-17

Contractors are invited to tender for the Provision of Bitumen Surfacing Services 2016-2017.

Opening Up New Possabilities for Burnie

The Burnie City Council has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Possability for the development of an Intensive Support Service on land in Burnie.

New Burnie Aquatic Centre is Family Friendly

The new Burnie indoor swimming pool has seen steady numbers following the opening today.

B&E Burnie Ten Launches into 2016

Registrations will open Saturday for the B&E Burnie Ten, the renowned road race that attracts thousands of competitors each year.

Flood Recovery Information

Find out what you need to know about flood recovery including financial and other assistance, salvaging, volunteering and donating, the role of the taskforce and where to get further information.

Land 400 contract a game changer

The prospect of a potential $10 billion armoured defence project being rolled out in Burnie would be a game changer for the advanced manufacturing sector in our region, according to Burnie City Council Mayor Anita Dow.

Council welcomes Liberals UTAS funding announcement

Burnie City Council Mayor Anita Dow has welcomed news that the Liberal Party will fund $150 million towards the UTAS Education Driven Revitalisation of Northern Tasmania.

Council adopts 2016/17 Annual Plan & Budget Estimates

Burnie City Council adopted the 2016/17 Annual Plan and Budget Estimates at its June Council Meeting held this evening.

Landfill Leachate Treatment Wetland Project

Construction of a wetland treatment system at Burnie’s Waste Management Centre (BWMC) is set to commence in April 2016.

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