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Key time for Black Gully flying foxes and residents
Young flying foxes in the district will be more visible during the next few weeks, in what will be an important time in the welfare of the local population, Northern Tablelands Wildlife Carers Coordinator Jacquie Maisey said.
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Facelift for Armidale Town Hall
Armidale Town Hall will receive a facelift this month, when contractors repaint prominent sections of the important public building
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Organics grant a green light for expansion
Armidale’s award-winning organics recycling scheme City to Soil is being expanded, assisted by a $208,400 NSW Government grant announced by Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall on Monday.
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Upgrade for Barney Street intersection
The Barney Street and Taylor Street intersection in Armidale will be upgraded on Friday 12 January, weather permitting.
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Waterfall Way cleared as crews work together
Emergency services crews and Council officers worked quickly to restore traffic flows on Waterfall Way, after a severe storm blew down trees near Wollomombi last Tuesday.
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Holiday Closures
Update on the Council holiday closures
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Australia Day activities across the region
Three days of Australia Day celebrations will be held throughout the region from 25 – 27 January and Armidale Regional Council is inviting the whole community get involved.
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Queen’s Relay honour for 20 local Baton Bearers
Local legends of swimming, cycling, martial arts and other sports will have the honor of carrying the Baton when the Queen’s Baton Relay passes through Armidale on 1 February 2018.
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Tiny Town celebrates recycling at the Armidale Waste Management Facility
Tiny Town Childcare Centre last month celebrated National Recycling Week 2017 to introduce children in its care to recycling.
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Flying Fox Camp - Council assistance to residents
Moving into the holiday period Armidale Regional Council would like to advise that a work team will continue to be available throughout the holiday period to assist residents directly impacted by the Flying Fox Camp.

Events

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17 Jan 2018
The Ironing Maidens: Electronic Music Production workshop
Electronic Music Production workshop for young people by The Ironing Maidens Time: 10am-1.00pm Wed 17 Jan 2018 What do you get from the workshop? - Electronic music production using Appleton Live software - Printed handouts with exercises and activities - Shared link to dedicated Dropbox folder with access to additional resources - Facilitation from experienced creative industries performers and educators, sharing industry based experiences and skills - An opportunity to network and connect with other young people and best of all.. - Access to the national Facebook group with provides ongoing support and connection to a wider community Ironing Maiden workshops: - are open to young people from 16-30 years and will be an inclusive environment - are female supportive, disability accessible, indigenous, LGBTI queer and trans friendly Each workshop is 3 hours in length with a short break. Cost: $25 /person Scholarships available on request Venue: NERAM https://www.ironingmaidens.com.au/tour-dates
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17 Jan 2018
Guyra Local Crafts
Sale and Display of handmade crafts by Guyra Citizens Venue: Each day of the Lamb and Potato Festival opposite the Festival site in the Anglican Church Hall Time: 9am - 4pm, 17-28 January https://www.facebook.com/events/268677173663218/