Archive for the ‘Shire News’ Category

Planter boxes in the Shire

Shire News

As part of Council’s trial project to install planter boxes within commercial centres around the Shire, 15 planter boxes will be installed around the intersection of the Kingsway, President Ave … more »

New bike shed at Caringbah

Shire News

Transport for NSW are officially opening the new Opal-activated bike shed at Caringbah Train Station this Friday 30 June. Located down Park Lane (opposite Orana Womens Health Centre), local cycling … more »

Shire Beer and BBQ Festival

Community Events

On the 30th of October the Gymea Hotel is opening up their carpark and waving in 6 Sydney local food trucks and street food vendors for the Shire Beer and … more »

F6 corridor update

Community Events

It’s been a very long time coming with no decision, but it seems the State Government have abandoned the option for extending the M1 (F6) motorway through the west of … more »

Sydney’s wild weather

Shire News

If you were anywhere along the east coast of  NSW over the weekend, you would have experienced the massive storm front that hit which brought with it huge king tides, … more »

Cool, calm and collected

Shire News

Have you ever walked through an open home and instantly felt all warm and fuzzy and the urge of wanting that home to be all yours just grew even stronger? … more »

Stage 3 of Captain Cook Drive Project to Commence

Community Events

Work will commence this week on Stage 3 of the $8.8 million upgrade of Captain Cook Drive, between Woolooware Road and Elouera Road, which is the final stage of the … more »

Sun safe tips this summer

Community Events

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world so protecting ourselves from over-exposure to the sun is an important healthy behaviour – and it needs … more »

Fit Food Fun Day

Community Events

For the first time ever on Saturday 24th October, Full Circle Health & Barwick Living are coming together for an exclusive food and fitness Fun Day program aimed at educating … more »

Planning challenge for Sutherland Shire

Community Events

Sutherland Shire Council has employed more staff to process a flood of development applications once the new local environmental plan (LEP) is gazetted. However, mayor Kent Johns warned there would still … more »