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.
Burnie City Council adopted the 2016/17 Annual Plan and Budget Estimates at its June Council Meeting held this evening.
A Burnie City Council team will represent Tasmania at the national Local Government Professionals Australia (LGPA) Management Challenge in Melbourne this week.
The Burnie Business Expo is an initiative of the three Burnie business groups - the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Burnie Tourism Association and City Link, with the support of Burnie City Council.
When: Tuesday, 28 June 2016 to Wednesday, 29 June 2016
Where: Burnie Arts & Function Centre
Burnie City Council has welcomed Labor’s announcement of funding for the Wivenhoe Lights Project should it win the Federal Election next month.
The recent flood event has created a large amount of debris within the Fernglade Reserve and Council has been approached by members of the community in regards to collecting this debris to use as firewood.
Burnie City Council has welcomed the news that funding has been secured for the Burnie Tennis Court upgrade.
Burnie City Council officers are still busy assessing damage and cleaning up after the floods that wreaked havoc across the State earlier this week.
If you are staging an event in Burnie between 1st and 31st October 2016 and would like to have it included in the Burnie Shines festival program, please register your event NOW
Burnie City Council has welcomed Labor’s commitment to invest in the Coastal Promenade and Shared Pathway Project as well as supporting the Cradle Mountain Master Plan.
The Excellence in Service Awards are the industry’s way of celebrating and saying a massive ‘Thank You’ to all of the service providers in Burnie by allowing the public to vote for the person or business that has provided them with exceptional service. You can vote ONLINE and know that your vote counts.
Politicians from the major political parties will participate in the Federal Election Forum being held at the Burnie Arts & Function Centre on Tuesday 7 June, starting at 4.30pm.
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.
Construction of a wetland treatment system at Burnie’s Waste Management Centre (BWMC) is set to commence in April 2016.