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Tamworth Regional Council

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Northern Daily Leader
Bid to banish bats from threatened species listdealing with flying foxes,” he said. The group posted on its Facebook page and
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 hours ago
dealing with flying foxes,” he said. The group posted on its Facebook page and said it had “reached a consensus with Tamworth Regional Council to form a Consultative Committee”. A spokesperson for council said there had been “no undertaking... Read more
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Bid lodged to remove flying foxes from threatened listNationals party room meeting. “A great number of Nationals MPs represent commu
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
Nationals party room meeting. “A great number of Nationals MPs represent communities dealing with flying foxes,” he said. Tamworth Regional Council has also agreed to form a consultative committee with the group with the aim of discussing the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bid to banish bats from threatened species listNationals party room meeting. “A great number of Nationals MPs represent commu
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
Nationals party room meeting. “A great number of Nationals MPs represent communities dealing with flying foxes,” he said. Tamworth Regional Council has also agreed to form a consultative committee with the group with the aim of discussing the... Read more
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Festival feedback rolls in after 2018 eventTAMWORTH Regional Council is waiting on the results of visitor surveys to deter
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
TAMWORTH Regional Council is waiting on the results of visitor surveys to determine the true success of January’s Country Music Festival. In the lead up to a community feedback session to be held next month, council officials say the devil will be... Read more
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Kevin Tongue a man of the land, community advocatethe hustle and bustle.” Kevin served as a councillor on the Parry Shire for 13
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
the hustle and bustle.” Kevin served as a councillor on the Parry Shire for 13 years, before a four-year term on the first Tamworth Regional Council. He cites the development of the Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre and the Capitol... Read more
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Rich reward for preserving heritageheritage. Photo: Peter Hardin COUNCIL has $45,000 to ensure the rich built-his
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
heritage. Photo: Peter Hardin COUNCIL has $45,000 to ensure the rich built-history of the region has a long future. Tamworth Regional Council is calling on locals to put forward nominations for the heritage assistance fund, which closes next... Read more
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Time honoured: nominations open for heritage awardsGareth Gardner PEOPLE giving a new lease on life to local history will be high
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
Gareth Gardner PEOPLE giving a new lease on life to local history will be highlighted in this year’s heritage festival. Tamworth Regional Council has called for nominations for this year’s heritage awards and people are being urged to think... Read more
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Concerns collide: calls for action at problem intersectionleft a motorcyclist with “significant injuries”. The intersection has been a b
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
left a motorcyclist with “significant injuries”. The intersection has been a bugbear for the community who have petitioned Tamworth Regional Council for a roundabout. In June, Council had double line markings painted on Moore Creek Road to stop... Read more
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Two roads on track for multi-million dollar safety upgradesPlain resident Amanda Boyd with a petition calling for a roundabout on a troubl
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
Plain resident Amanda Boyd with a petition calling for a roundabout on a troublesome intersection. Photo: Peter Hardin TAMWORTH Regional Council could be about to embark on a road spending blitz. More than $2 million worth of new roadworks... Read more
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Council meetings could soon be beamed into your living roomSCENES: Tamworth Regional Council meetings could soon be livestreamed following
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
SCENES: Tamworth Regional Council meetings could soon be livestreamed following a tste government initiative. Photo: Gareth Gardner ALL of the decisions, discord and digressions of a council meeting could soon be laid bare in local living rooms with... Read more
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Greg Townsend, the man behind the big show moveshowground to AELEC later this year, with representatives from Tamworth Pastora
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
showground to AELEC later this year, with representatives from Tamworth Pastoral and Agricultural Association (TPAA) and Tamworth Regional Council working together to ensure a smooth transition. The long-awaited move is expected to breathe new... Read more
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Which park could become home to a brand new fire station?the potential home for the new $5 million West Tamworth fire station. Fire and
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
the potential home for the new $5 million West Tamworth fire station. Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) has been in talks with Tamworth Regional Council to find a suitable site for the new station, which is due to be completed in 2020. Superintendent... Read more
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The Anzac Park of South TamworthEast Tamworth.” “It does need a lot of man hours and work – but it can be done
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
East Tamworth.” “It does need a lot of man hours and work – but it can be done,” Mr Rodda said. The councillor said that Tamworth Regional Council is in the process of “classifying” the regional parks, and had already given consideration to the... Read more
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From devo-station to restoration: what’s next for this historic site?to get involved in shaping its future. “We want this to be a community asset,
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
to get involved in shaping its future. “We want this to be a community asset, not just the historical society’s or Tamworth Regional Council’s,” she said. “We want the community to play a role in its future rather than a select few calling... Read more
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Permanent regional joint organisations backed by councilcover our LGA and any one or more of the following Council areas including, Gun
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
cover our LGA and any one or more of the following Council areas including, Gunnedah Shire, Gwydir Shire, Narrabri Shire, Tamworth Regional Council, Uralla Shire and Walcha Shire. “We are very proud that our participation and the model we used in... Read more
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Dedicated volunteers say goodbyeas volunteers and members of various Tamworth organisations, are moving to Coff
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
as volunteers and members of various Tamworth organisations, are moving to Coffs Harbour to be closer to their children. Tamworth Regional Council mayor Col Murray, in a speech to the 100-strong gathering, thanked the couple for “the things you... Read more
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Dog owners called on to prevent attackscity. Tamworth is home to more than 37,000 pooches, but there were only three r
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
city. Tamworth is home to more than 37,000 pooches, but there were only three reported attacks in the July quarter. Tamworth Regional Council figures show there were 261 reported attacks in the 2016/17 financial year, 22 of which assessed as... Read more
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Teal deal: cancer survivor’s call to join new ribbon gangnew members. “The Tealers” are bound by a striking blue ribbon and story which
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
new members. “The Tealers” are bound by a striking blue ribbon and story which might resonate for a lot of women. Tamworth Regional Council staffer Katherine Kerr was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2014, only after the signs and symptoms... Read more
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GM gets ticket to join to Chinese investment tripOFF WE GO: Tamworth Regional Council general manager Paul Bennett will join a N
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
OFF WE GO: Tamworth Regional Council general manager Paul Bennett will join a Namoi joint organisation delegation to China. Photo: Gareth Gardner TAMWORTH Regional Council general manager Paul Bennett will join the Namoi Unlimited trip to China in... Read more
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Report recommends train station gets torn down | Poll, galleryare trying to gather steam to save a defunct train station from the bulldozers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
are trying to gather steam to save a defunct train station from the bulldozers but they fear it’s a losing cause. The Tamworth Regional Council report estimated it would cost up to $600,000 to restore the station to its former glory. “It will... Read more
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By the thousand: China trip may lead to ‘big announcements’THE Tamworth Business Chamber says council’s trips to China could soon reap tho
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
THE Tamworth Business Chamber says council’s trips to China could soon reap thousands of jobs for the region. Tamworth Regional Council has made several business trips to China in recent years, in a bid to secure investment from the Asian nation for... Read more
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Take me too: GM wants to join Namoi councils China tripTAKE ME TOO: Tamworth Regional Council general manager Paul Bennett has asked t
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
TAKE ME TOO: Tamworth Regional Council general manager Paul Bennett has asked to join the Namoi joint councils' trip to China in March. Image: Jacob McArthur A DELEGATION to China could grow with Tamworth Regional Council general manager Paul... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Caring for iconic items no child’s playPlay School: Celebrating 50 Years experience and book at Eventbrite: Exhibitio
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
Play School: Celebrating 50 Years experience and book at Eventbrite: Exhibition opening, Saturday, February 10, 2pm: Tamworth Regional Council and Tamworth Regional Gallery invite you to the exhibition opening of Happy Birthday Play School:... Read more
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Play School exhibition launches in TamworthKamilaroi man Len Waters gave the welcome to country, and David Arnold spoke on
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
Kamilaroi man Len Waters gave the welcome to country, and David Arnold spoke on behalf of NMA and Glen Inglis on behalf of Tamworth Regional Council. Dan Gillett provided the musical back-up to Quast’s singing, the latter commenting that they’d... Read more
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The image of community spirit, Helen Tickle | Faces of TamworthCOMMUNITY MINDED: Tamworth Regional Council deputy mayor Helen Tickle says she
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
COMMUNITY MINDED: Tamworth Regional Council deputy mayor Helen Tickle says she has a great passion for her work. Photo: Peter Hardin 141016PHD20 If there’s a face that springs to mind when you think of the term ‘community spirit’, it’s Helen... Read more
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Bird strikes and electric cars to be tabled at council meetingan alternate location for the proposed organic recycling plant due to an increa
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
an alternate location for the proposed organic recycling plant due to an increased risk of bird strikes at the airport. Tamworth Regional Council will be considering alternate locations to build a proposed $5 million organic recycling plant at... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Caring for iconic items no child’s playPlay School: Celebrating 50 Years experience and book at Eventbrite: Exhibitio
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
Play School: Celebrating 50 Years experience and book at Eventbrite: Exhibition opening, Saturday, February 10, 2pm: Tamworth Regional Council and Tamworth Regional Gallery invite you to the exhibition opening of Happy Birthday Play School:... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Don Bradman collection could be tourist top scorer for Tamworthcould take off incredibly,” Mr Psarakis said. “It could be the best thing for
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
could take off incredibly,” Mr Psarakis said. “It could be the best thing for tourism in Tamworth.” His experiences with Tamworth Regional Council (TRC) and its then tourism arm, Tourism Tamworth (now Destination Tamworth) left a lot to be... Read more
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Make it rain: water restrictions tightened in two townsMAKE IT RAIN: Tamworth Regional Council water and waste director Bruce Logan ti
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
MAKE IT RAIN: Tamworth Regional Council water and waste director Bruce Logan tightens restrictions in Nundle and Manilla. Photo: Barry Smith TAMWORTH Regional Council is continuing to ratchet-up water restrictions in the outlying villages with... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Why you should be happy council rates so lowTamworth council's residential rates are lower than a number of similarly sized
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
Tamworth council's residential rates are lower than a number of similarly sized regional NSW cities. Photo: Gareth Gardner TAMWORTH Regional Council has collected more than $20 million in rates from its residents in the past financial years, but... Read more
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Impact expected as major intersection works get rollingwill also see two roundabouts near the Jewry St bridge removed, which have been
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
will also see two roundabouts near the Jewry St bridge removed, which have been a bugbear for Tamworth drivers for years. Tamworth Regional Council mayor, Col Murray, said the works will, unfortunately, impact locals. “It is something we can’t... Read more
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Diversity the key to quest | featurefor young women in the Tamworth community to step up and be a voice for our reg
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 days ago
for young women in the Tamworth community to step up and be a voice for our region”. “With Zonta partnering with Tamworth Regional Council to deliver the quest, we were able to ensure that the quest was open to a diversity of entrants and... Read more
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‘If you can’t afford to desex, you can’t afford a pet’for irresponsible pet owners. “If you can’t afford to desex them, you can’t af
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
for irresponsible pet owners. “If you can’t afford to desex them, you can’t afford to have a pet,” Ms Davies said. The Tamworth Regional Council pound hit out at backyard breeders and irresponsible pet owners on Facebook after it took-in seven... Read more
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Development applications for two new mobile phone towersthe waste management facility. A development application for a second telecomm
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 20 days ago
the waste management facility. A development application for a second telecommunications facility has been submitted to Tamworth Regional Council. However, information is scarce, other than it’s estimated value of $180,000 and it’s location on... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Numbers up as festival scorcher sees crowds flock to venues to beat heatENOUGH: Council's Barry Harley sadi the heat knocked the event around during fe
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 days ago
ENOUGH: Council's Barry Harley sadi the heat knocked the event around during festival. Photo: Peter Hardin 210118PHC0528 Tamworth Regional Council’s manager of country music, Barry Harley, said early reports indicated crowds in the venues were... Read more
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Pound posts plea to pet owners to desex animalsbreeding and overpopulation inevitably leads to the euthanasia of healthy unwan
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 days ago
breeding and overpopulation inevitably leads to the euthanasia of healthy unwanted animals.” A spokesperson for Tamworth Regional Council said there had been an increase “in incoming cats and dogs” which was put down to a lack of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Best seat in the house for ‘Supermoon Trilogy’would take $1.2 million of the grant funding for the building construction, whi
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 days ago
would take $1.2 million of the grant funding for the building construction, while the remaining $800,000 would be spent by Tamworth Regional Council, who owns the land, to use on infrastructure such as increased car parking and access. “We would... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Australia Day with a side of billy boiling and coo-eesled the crowd in singing the National Anthem and We Are Australian and then ent
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 days ago
led the crowd in singing the National Anthem and We Are Australian and then entertained us with songs from his album. The Tamworth Regional Council representative, Councillor Mark Rodda, gave a very meaningful address on what Australia Day meant... Read more
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Faces of Tamworth: Country music king Max Ellis opens upCountry Music Festival celebrated its 40th Anniversary. A bronze statue of Smok
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 days ago
Country Music Festival celebrated its 40th Anniversary. A bronze statue of Smoky Dawson was unveiled at the front of the Tamworth Regional Council building. Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms &... Read more
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Numbers up as festival scorcher sees crowds flock to venues to beat heatENOUGH: Council's Barry Harley sadi the heat knocked the event around during fe
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 days ago
ENOUGH: Council's Barry Harley sadi the heat knocked the event around during festival. Photo: Peter Hardin 210118PHC0528 Tamworth Regional Council’s manager of country music Barry Harley said early reports indicated crowds in the venues were... Read more
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How it happened: Haystack Mountain Hermits win the busking finalof extraordinary talent that includes new, young and emerging artists,” said Ha
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
of extraordinary talent that includes new, young and emerging artists,” said Hayden Pannell, busking coordinator for the Tamworth Regional Council. The finalists are: Zac & George (NSW) – They met in year seven at school in Sydney. Zac is from... Read more
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How it happened: Haystack Mount Hermits win the Busking finalof extraordinary talent that includes new, young and emerging artists,” said Ha
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
of extraordinary talent that includes new, young and emerging artists,” said Hayden Pannell, busking coordinator for the Tamworth Regional Council. The finalists are: Zac & George (NSW) – They met in year seven at school in Sydney. Zac is from... Read more
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Buskers strum, pluck and sing for stardomof extraordinary talent that includes new, young and emerging artists,” said Ha
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
of extraordinary talent that includes new, young and emerging artists,” said Hayden Pannell, busking coordinator for the Tamworth Regional Council. The finalists are: Zac & George (NSW) – They met in year seven at school in Sydney. Zac is from... Read more
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Water rules tighten in two townsis watching the situation for Bendemeer. Manilla and Nundle will move to Level
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
is watching the situation for Bendemeer. Manilla and Nundle will move to Level 1 water restrictions on Saturday, and Tamworth Regional Council is “keeping a close eye on Bendemeer”. TRC water and waste director, Bruce Logan, said... Read more
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Allan Caswell joins Galaxy of Stars in TRECC forecourtRegional Entertainment and Conference Centre. A surprised Caswell was called t
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
Regional Entertainment and Conference Centre. A surprised Caswell was called to the FanZone stage where he thanked Tamworth Regional Council, who award the Galaxy of Stars. Reflecting on his 40 years of coming to Tamworth, Caswell said he... Read more
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Australia Day 2017 | Tamworth’s best and brightest recognised in citizen celebrationsInSearch, Rotary Club of Tamworth West, Billabong Club House, Rural Fire Servic
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
InSearch, Rotary Club of Tamworth West, Billabong Club House, Rural Fire Service Tamworth, Crime Prevention Committee of Tamworth Regional Council, and other initiatives including Midnight Basketball and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter. Ashleigh... Read more
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The decade of difference: 10 years after a national scandal, Tamworth has changedLeader letter-writer put it then, Tamworth did “indeed look ugly”. HISTORY: Th
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
Leader letter-writer put it then, Tamworth did “indeed look ugly”. HISTORY: The NDL front page on December 13, 2006, after Tamworth Regional Council's controversial - and divided - vote. But for every action there is an equal and opposite... Read more
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Bush balladeers play for Dolly Everett in the park | Photos & videoat the 2015 festival after organiser of the balladeers show Peter Simpson, and
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
at the 2015 festival after organiser of the balladeers show Peter Simpson, and his wife Dianne Lindsay, put the proposal to Tamworth Regional Council. During the Bush Ballads concert, TCMF were promoting campaign hashtags #stopbullyingnow and... Read more
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Bringing back bush ballads at Tamworth Country Music Festivala crowd of thousands. It was first held at the 2015 festival after Peter, and
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
a crowd of thousands. It was first held at the 2015 festival after Peter, and his wife Dianne Lindsay, put the proposal to Tamworth Regional Council. Peter said the concert had helped bring back some country music fans to the festival. “There was... Read more
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Bush balladeers play for Dolly in the park | Photos & videoat the 2015 festival after organiser of the balladeers show Peter Simpson, and
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
at the 2015 festival after organiser of the balladeers show Peter Simpson, and his wife Dianne Lindsay, put the proposal to Tamworth Regional Council. During the Bush Ballads concert, TCMF were promoting campaign hashtags #stopbullyingnow and... Read more
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