On September 12 this year all Council’s in NSW, including those on the Coffs Coast, will hold elections for a new Council. Recently Woolgoolga local Tony Judge announced he would be running as a Country Labor candidate for the Coffs Carbour City Council. Mr Judge, who was the ALP candidate […]
Recently local Facebook pages on the Coffs Coast had a number of robust debates around increasing homelessness in the region and the role, if any, of local councils in helping with the issue. As a result Coffs Coast Outlook commissioned the following article from a resident expert, with both lived […]
An article on page 5 of Saturday 1 February’s Coffs Coast Advocate has caused uncertainty among numerous ratepayers in Coffs Harbour. The article states that the $76.5 million Gordon Street development had been ‘given the green light’. Outlook has been contacted by several readers asking if the State Government has […]
Coffs Council calls for consultation on Community Facilities, Performing Arts Spaces and scoping of City Hill
The Coffs Harbour City Council is advertising calls for community consultation on Community Facilities, Performing Arts Spaces and feedback a scoping study on City Hill. As a community service Coffs Coast Outlook reproduces the information and details below for its readers.
Below are the minutes for the extraordinary Council meeting held last Wednesday 29 January. You will note two motions were passed by the six Councillors present and the meeting, which opened at 5.00 p.m., closed at 5.02 p.m (see our emphasis in minutes below). Leaving aside the pros and cons […]
The NSW Government has dismissed the Balranald Shire Council after a public inquiry which found the council was plagued by entrenched performance and behavioural issues. Do you spot any potential similarities? NSW Local Government Minister Shelley Hancock accepted the recommendation from the independent commissioner of the public inquiry to dismiss […]
Southern Cross University has confirmed it has students in Wuhan in China at the moment who are in lock down because of the deadly coronavirus. The university has issued a response outlining ways to minimise risks to staff and students, including suspending travel to Asia for three weeks. Deputy Vice […]
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The following advert appeared in last Saturday January 25th’s Coffs Coast Advocate. Comments on what it may mean are welcome.
A second extraordinary Council meeting for the year has been called for this coming Wednesday 29 January at 5.00 pm. Below is the reasoning from the agenda published on the CHCC website today. Feel free to speculate as to what it really means in your opinion; “Author: Director Business Services […]