Cr Williams

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The Morning Bulletin
Council set to improve Rockhampton roadsthose back up to a high level so we're matching with where a number of other co
Council set to improve Rockhampton roads
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
those back up to a high level so we're matching with where a number of other councils are and doing better than expected." Cr Williams said there were several recommendations council was still working on in the region. When it comes to the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Williams suggests rate risehe said. Council has been holding confidential meetings on its budget which is
Williams suggests rate rise
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
he said. Council has been holding confidential meetings on its budget which is expected to be delivered in June. Cr Williams said council was aware that revenue from the Federal Government Assistant Grants scheme would be cut this year... Read more
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Northern Star
Ballina council elections - who will and who won’tto see happened and that have frustrated me over the last four years that we ha
Ballina council elections - who will and who won’t
Northern Star / Posted 6 days ago
to see happened and that have frustrated me over the last four years that we haven’t been able to make progress,” he said. Cr Williams said his biggest issues were flood management and projects around the river like the development and construction... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Redlands koalas dying en masseMayor Karen Williams had not fought for koalas, having said that road signs war
Redlands koalas dying en masse
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
Mayor Karen Williams had not fought for koalas, having said that road signs warning about koalas were a waste of money. Cr Williams hit back, saying Ms Murray's comments were no more than finger pointing. "The fact is the decline in koala... Read more
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The Age
Redlands koalas dying en masseMayor Karen Williams had not fought for koalas, having said that road signs war
Redlands koalas dying en masse
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
Mayor Karen Williams had not fought for koalas, having said that road signs warning about koalas were a waste of money. Cr Williams hit back, saying Ms Murray's comments were no more than finger pointing. "The fact is the decline in koala... Read more
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WA Today
Redlands koalas dying en masseMayor Karen Williams had not fought for koalas, having said that road signs war
Redlands koalas dying en masse
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
Mayor Karen Williams had not fought for koalas, having said that road signs warning about koalas were a waste of money. Cr Williams hit back, saying Ms Murray's comments were no more than finger pointing. "The fact is the decline in koala... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Potters battle speedy Crestview on the roadBetteridge (1600 run) was the lone individual winner for the Potters. East Live
Potters battle speedy Crestview on the road
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 18 days ago
Betteridge (1600 run) was the lone individual winner for the Potters. East Liverpool also won the 800 relay. The Crestview girls totaled 107 points to East Liverpool's 20. On the boys side, Crestview cruised to a 88-39 victory. There... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Belding guides RebelsCOLUMBIANA - It was a record-breaking day as Crestview swept East Liverpool in
Belding guides Rebels
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 18 days ago
COLUMBIANA - It was a record-breaking day as Crestview swept East Liverpool in track action Thursday. Crestview senior Maura Belding broke a 37-year-old school record in the 200-meter dash with a winning time of 26.7 seconds. The old record was... Read more
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Salem News
Crestview sprinters are up to the taskBetteridge (1600 run) was the lone individual winner for the Potters. East Live
Crestview sprinters are up to the task
Salem News / Posted 18 days ago
Betteridge (1600 run) was the lone individual winner for the Potters. East Liverpool also won the 800 relay. The Crestview girls totaled 107 points to East Liverpool's 20. On the boys side, Crestview cruised to a 88-39 victory. There... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
UPDATE: Reconstruction roadworks progress on Mt Archergave an update on the multi-million dollar project. "We are pleased with how w
UPDATE: Reconstruction roadworks progress on Mt Archer
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
gave an update on the multi-million dollar project. "We are pleased with how well works are progressing at Pilbeam Drive," Cr Williams said. "At present, crews are working on the repair of the two main slip sites. "The works currently involve... Read more
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Western Advocate
Poor people to be hurt by budget, says Labor candidateincluded continuation of the Roads to Recovery program and business tax cuts wh
Poor people to be hurt by budget, says Labor candidate
Western Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
included continuation of the Roads to Recovery program and business tax cuts which would help small businesses. Cr Williams said she also was pleased to see the government continue its focus on innovation and smart cities. “I believe... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Council workers to get domestic violence leavesupport for domestic violence victims displayed on Redland City Council waste t
Council workers to get domestic violence leave
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
support for domestic violence victims displayed on Redland City Council waste trucks and other vehicles. Photo: Supplied Cr Williams said that would help staff maintain financial independence when dealing with abuse. Redland City mayor Karen... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rocky Council approves $500K upgrade to busy rural road- Waroula Road for a 1.54km section however this upgrade did not include a part
Rocky Council approves $500K upgrade to busy rural road
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 28 days ago
- Waroula Road for a 1.54km section however this upgrade did not include a particular section which regularly overflows," Cr Williams said. "We are very pleased to be able to extend the project up to and including the floodway, and majorly... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Anglers drop us a linethe community and our visitors a better experience when it comes to recreationa
Anglers drop us a line
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 1 months ago
the community and our visitors a better experience when it comes to recreational fishing and fishing opportunities," Cr Williams said. "As of March 2016, the Department of Transport and Main Roads had 5,162 registered boats in our Region.... Read more

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