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Latest news

Future is bright for Camperdown Bowling Club

Marrickville Council has announced that Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club (CHPRSL) is the successful tenderer for Camperdown Bowling Club. As part of the process, Council prioritised suitably qualified and experienced operators who had a vision to maximise community use, and would not be reliant on income from gaming.

Newtown Art Seat and Chrissie Cotter Gallery applications open now

Marrickville Council is inviting local artists to submit ideas for the exhibition of artworks at the Newtown Art Seat and Chrissie Cotter Gallery for 2015. Council’s award-winning Art Seat is a permanent structure located in Newtown Square that provides local, emerging and established artists a space where experimental and non-commercial art can be showcased. Incorporating public seating and lighting, the Art Seat is also a landmark meeting point in Newtown.

 

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Your Say Marrickville

Your say on Marrickville Matters

Do you read Marrickville Matters? What do you think of the articles? How useful is the information? We want to hear from our readers: what do you like about Marrickville Matters, and what would you change?

Managing flood risk in your neighbourhood

Draft plans which propose to update the flood maps in the Marrickville Local Government area are now on exhibition. Council is also holding a community information session to explain the proposals.

Changes to Council's Planning Controls

Council is holding a public exhibition of draft amendments to its key planning controls. The aim of the amendments is to increase the useability of the plans by addressing anomalies and errors, and to introduce new development controls to improve planning.

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What's on

03
Sep
STARS volunteer information sessions

STARS is a Volunteer Resource Service that assists residents in the local government areas of...

03
Sep
UNSW Preparation Program

Learn about University of New South Wales' University Preparation Program (UPP) where you can build...

04
Sep
Kid Zone: Loom Band Bracelets

Learn about the latest craze and take a cool bracelet home. Suitable for ages 5 – 12 years.

04
Sep
Writing for everyday: Basic English

This weekly writing class teaches how to write basic English for everyday tasks.

 

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