Tests have revealed the presence of Blue Green Algae in the Edwards River at Moulamein and the Murray River at Barham, Tooleybuc and Murray Downs.
Wakool Shire Council has submitted a formal response to the NSW Government’s merger proposal for Wakool and Murray Shires.
The Wakool Shire Medicine and Allied Health Scholarship supports young people from Wakool Shire and surrounds in the study of medicine and allied health at university.
One scholarship will be awarded in 2016 with the recipient receiving $6,000 towards their living and studying expenses.
In order to gauge community feedback, Council is conducting a poll (mail & phone) of their own to seek ratepayers and residents views of the merger proposal. Ultimately it is you, the community, who will determine Council’s position on the merger proposal.
On 18 December 2015, the NSW State Government outlined its plans to reduce the number of Regional councils from 109 to 87. As part of this process it proposed that Murray Shire Council merge with Wakool Shire Council to form a new council.
Awards will be presented to the following people at Wakool Shire Australia Day celebrations on 26th January 2016:
Citizen of the Year – Sandra Scalora, Tooleybuc
Young Citizen of the Year – Abbey Hird, Barham
Sportsperson of the Year – Austin Mertz, Moulamein
Notice of the Extraordinary Emergency Meeting to be held at the Moulamein Office on Monday 4th January 2016Thursday 31 December 2015
The Australian Government Mobile Service Centre is supporting rural communities by providing convenient access to Australian Government payments and services.
There will be changes to the kerbside collection schedule over the Christmas period in Barham, Moulamein and Wakool: