Are you keen to explore simple tips for reducing plastic waste? The good news is anyone can make a difference - you can start out with small changes or really challenge yourself! Get inspired and learn more about how to reduce your single use plastic waste by coming along to a Choose to Reuse workshop! Nambucca Shire Council in partnership with Midwaste are running free Choose to Reuse workshops showing you how you can make small, easy changes to live a low waste lifestyle.
Whether it is swapping a take away coffee cup for a reusable cup, plastic shopping bags for cloth bags, plastic vegetable bags for reusable produce bags or plastic wrap for beeswax wraps, there will be lots of information to get you started. You will also learn how to make your own veggie produce bags and take one home with you.
The Chose to Reuse workshops are on:
At the Bowraville Pioneer Centre 70 High St Bowraville 9:30-11:30, to book call Maz on 0400 828 471
At the Macksville Senior Citizens Centre, 39 Princess St Macksville, 10am-12pm, to book call Macksville Library 6568 1422
At the Nambucca Library, 23 Ridge St Nambucca, 1pm-3 pm to book call Macksville Library 6568 1422
At the Eungai Soliders Memorial Hall, cnr Eungai Creek Road and Hall Road, Eungai Creek, 11:30-1:30, to book call Ainslie on 0409 130 921
Creative upcycling workshops for children are on:
At the Eungai Soliders Memorial Hall, cnr Eungai Creek Road and Hall Road, Eungai Creek, from 10-11.30am. To book call Ainslie on 0409 130 921
At the At the Bowraville Pioneer Centre 70 High St Bowraville from 1-2.30pm. To book call 0400 828 471.
This project is an NSW Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.
Comment is invited on the identified projects listed within this media release, as well as suggestions for other projects which meet the relevant criteria for the State Government's Stronger Country Communities Fund by 4pm Tuesday 6 August 2019. Enquiries to Council's Grants and Contributions Officer, Teresa Boorer on 6568 0221.
Nambucca residents Bruce and Anne Bishop now charge their electric car when they go to the shops or library thanks to council’s new electric vehicle charging station in Nambucca.
Community members will be given an opportunity to have their say on the kaffir plum trees at the River Street foreshore in Macksville.
Parking Across Footpaths and Ramps
Council wish to advise that there have been six known occurrences of Giant Devils Fig recently found in the Nambucca Valley, so there is still a chance to keep this aggressive plant at bay and protect our beautiful environmental and agricultural areas.
Media Release - Construction of Lanes Bridge, Bowraville is about to commence
The importance of controlling this weed is highlighted in last year's release of stringent control Biosecurity (Tropical Soda Apple) Control Order 2017. If you believe you may have this weed growing on your property, please Council's Site Leader Green Space on 0417 484 306 for further advice on control methods.
MEDIA RELEASE - Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA) Council January 2018 completed with NSC details
Nambucca Shire Council has received $50,000 from the States Estuary Program administered by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) for another project to improve the river environment near Stuart Island.
For several years Council has received ongoing complaints about the poor state of Dawkins Lake which is located in the centre of Macksville next to the Caltex Service Station and between the Pacific Highway and the Councilâ€™s Administration Centre in Princess Street.
A new skate park, lighting for the touch football field, a new community recreation room and fitness trails at Macksville Park will be officially opened by Nambucca Shire Council on Saturday 28 November and the community is invited to attend.
Nambucca Shire Councilâ€™s Auditor, Mr Geoff Allen from the firm Forsyths presented the Councilâ€™s audited financial statements to Councilâ€™s meeting on 26 November 2015.
Floods damage public and private property and can take lives depending on their severity, but there are a number of ways that people and governments can reduce the risks.