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Big Chill Festival draws crowd of thousands from near and far
Civic Park transformed into a sea of people over the weekend as locals and travellers from as far as Tasmania and Western Australia lined up to attend this year’s Big Chill Festival.
UNE and Council to work together to drive success of Armidale
Leaders from UNE and Council have formalised their commitment to work together to develop Armidale and the region as a ’Learning Region’.
Nine heritage listed trees scheduled for removal
Heritage trees along Rusden Street, between Dangar and Faulkner Streets will be removed due to declining health and uplifting roots creating safety and accessibility issues for pedestrians.
Volunteers celebrated for National Volunteer Week 2022
It’s National Volunteer Week and to celebrate, the region’s volunteers have been recognised in the New England Volunteer Awards held yesterday in the Armidale Town Hall for their selfless community service.
Council meetings centralised in Armidale
Ordinary Council Meetings will now be centralised in Armidale to safely accommodate more members of the public
Planning reforms support disaster victims to rebuild homes
Council resolved to make changes to local planning laws to support homeowners wanting to repair or replace homes destroyed by a natural disaster.
Strategic documents now on public exhibition
Council’s annual Integrated Planning and Reporting (IP&R) documents including the proposed 2022-23 Budget, Fees and Charges and Resourcing Strategy are now on Public Exhibition for community feedback.
Council planning and budget series - The Budget
Mayor Coupland says we have two options, either grow our way out or manage the decline.
The Extraordinary Council Meeting 10 May 2022
Live stream the Extraordinary Council Meeting
Council planning and budget series - The Challenges
Mayor Coupland explains the issues facing Council and the opportunities that lay ahead.