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Posted on: 10 April, 2014

Singleton Mayoral Scholarship recipients announced

Singleton Mayoral Scholarship

The winners of the Singleton Mayoral Scholarship program were announced by Singleton Mayor John Martin at a special presentation at the Singleton Youth Venue on Wednesday night.

The five winners each received a $4000... Read on...

More info on Singleton Mayoral Scholarship
Posted on: 10 April, 2014

Singleton artist brings nature to life in library exhibition

Sally Hinchcliffe

Time is running out to check out Nature Strip – a funky exhibition at Singleton Public Library by local artist Sally Hinchcliffe.

As the name suggests, Nature Strip has been inspired by Sally’s natural surroundings using... Read on...

Posted on: 1 April, 2014

Singleton Council embraces new techniques in aerial photography

Two men with unmanned aerial vehicle

Was it a bird? Was it a plane? Well, yes it was – kind of.

Last week James Rennie from Australian UAV was in Singleton to fly his
eBee UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) for high quality aerial imagery and 3D surface imagery... Read on...

Posted on: 31 March, 2014

Community help needed to identify metal thieves

Singleton Council is appealing for public assistance to identify thieves who broke into the Singleton Waste Depot at the weekend and stole a quantity of scrap metal valued at $4000.

Thieves broke into the facility on... Read on...

Posted on: 31 March, 2014

Expert panel put WWI research at your fingertips

Family history enthusiasts are invited to the library on 28 April to hear a panel of expert speakers discuss the many research tools available that cover World War I and the histories of those that served.

Captain John... Read on...

Posted on: 19 March, 2014

Passionate people wanted for parkrun

parkrun Maitland

Singleton Council is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help set up parkrun Singleton – a free, weekly 5km run or walk where the only race is against yourself.

Parkrun events are already being held at 64 locations... Read on...

parkrun Australia
Posted on: 19 March, 2014

Signage strategy will guide visitors through wine destination

Singleton Council is excited to announce that together with Cessnock City Council, it is developing a new Hunter Valley Wine Country Signage Strategy.

The joint project is underway and scheduled for completion in June... Read on...

Posted on: 18 March, 2014

$6 million funding boost for Singleton Regional Livestock Market

saleyards

Singleton Council has welcomed the announcement today of $8.9 million in Resources for Regions funding for the upgrade of the Singleton Regional Livestock Market and Ryan Avenue.

The applications were submitted for... Read on...

Posted on: 18 March, 2014

Online tool makes reporting faulty streetlights easy

Singleton residents can now report streetlight faults online with a new tool launched by Ausgrid.

Residents will be able to report faulty streetlights, check if a streetlight has been reported and see if repairs are... Read on...

Posted on: 17 March, 2014

Council to host Q&A session on town centre traffic and parking

Singleton residents and businesses are invited to a Q&A session on the draft Access, Traffic and Parking Management Study and Plan on Wednesday 26 March at the Civic Centre.

The session, starting at 5.30pm, will be... Read on...

Posted on: 13 March, 2014

Become a chess champ at Youth Week events

John Elliott from Singleton Men's Shed

Fancy slaying your opponent with knights and rooks, of taking a queen with a pawn and forcing a king into checkmate? If you’re a young person under 18, you’re invited to a chess workshop and tournament as part of Singleton... Read on...

Check out our other Youth Week events
Posted on: 13 March, 2014

Celebrate Harmony Day in Singleton

Singleton invites you to celebrate Harmony Day on Saturday 29 March, with free family-friendly activities that everyone can enjoy.

The morning starts at 10am with Storytime for the kids at Singleton Public Library,... Read on...

Check out our Harmony Day video
Posted on: 6 March, 2014

Up and away at Pictures in the Park!

Pictures in the Park

Pictures in the Park is coming to Allan Bull Reserve in Singleton for a one-night-only outdoor cinema event, featuring the much-loved Disney Pixar film, Up.

This free event will be held on Friday 28 March, kicking off at... Read on...

Posted on: 4 March, 2014

Got something to say about traffic and parking in Singleton?

Singleton residents are invited to have their say on the draft Town Centre Access, Traffic and Parking Management Study and Plan now on public exhibition.

The study and plan was undertaken by Stapleton Transportation and... Read on...

Read the study and plan now
Posted on: 4 March, 2014

Action plan supports disability access improvements for Singleton

Last night Singleton Council moved to allocate $50,000 in 2014/15 towards implementing the new Disability Access Plan 2020.

The Disability Access Plan 2020 replaces the Singleton Disability Access Action Plan adopted in... Read on...

Additional Info...
Posted on: 4 March, 2014

Bring your compost to the Singleton Community Garden working bee

The Singleton Community Garden Committee is excited to announce that it is having its first working bee on Saturday 8 March at Albion Park, Singleton.

Interested members of the Singleton community are invited to come... Read on...

Like the Community Garden on Facebook
Posted on: 3 March, 2014

Singleton Council to celebrate Seniors Week with village fair at Broke

Singleton Council is celebrating Seniors Week at Broke this year with a free, fully-catered, fun and relaxing day for everyone on Friday 21 March between 10am and 2pm at the Broke Hall.

The Broke Hall is going to be... Read on...

Additional Info...
Posted on: 28 February, 2014

Come celebrate International Women's Day at Singleton Public Library

Singleton Public Library is inviting residents to a morning tea on Thursday 13 March to jointly celebrate International Women’s Day and the 100th anniversary of Red Cross in Singleton.

President of the Singleton branch of... Read on...

Posted on: 28 February, 2014

Funding applications open for community trust

Bridgman Ridge logo

Applications will open on Friday for Singleton’s community, cultural and recreational groups to apply for funding from the Bridgman Ridge Community Trust.

The Bridgman Ridge Community Trust was established to return to... Read on...

Download an application form
Posted on: 25 February, 2014

Singleton parents invited to free talk by social researcher Maggie Hamilton

The lives of young people will be put under the microscope when social researcher and writer Maggie Hamilton speaks at Singleton Public Library next month.

Parents of children and young adults are invited to attend the... Read on...

Posted on: 24 February, 2014

Budding poets invited to workshop at Singleton Public Library

Poets who know it and even those who don’t are invited to a poetry workshop at Singleton Public Library being run by Hunter poet and Newcastle Poetry Prize judge Jean Kent.

The workshop is appropriate for writers of all... Read on...

Posted on: 20 February, 2014

Community invited to comment on Draft Singleton Development Control Plan 2014

Development Control Plan 2014 (draft DCP) when it goes on public exhibition on Friday. Last night, Council endorsed the draft DCP to be placed on exhibition for public comment. Once adopted, the draft DCP will replace the... Read on...

Posted on: 12 February, 2014

Volunteers needed for Singleton Clean Up Australia Day sites

Put yourself in the picture this Clean Up Australia Day and register as a volunteer at one of our Singleton local government area sites.

Singleton Council is once again coordinating community clean-up sites and after two... Read on...

Posted on: 12 February, 2014

Study prioritises actions for open space and recreation needs in Singleton

Singleton Council is expected to adopt an Open Space and Recreation Needs Study when it meets on Monday night.

The study, prepared by Ross Planning Consultants, is a strategic document that will guide Council in future... Read on...

Posted on: 12 February, 2014

Sweet surprises for your Valentine ready at the VIEC

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and the Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre has your gift needs covered with a beautiful range of local giftware and produce on offer.

Spoil your special someone... Read on...

Posted on: 12 February, 2014

Two weeks to go for Singleton Mayoral Scholarship Program

Residents wishing to apply for the 2014 Singleton Mayoral Scholarship Program have just two weeks left to get their applications in.

The program is offering five scholarships of $4000 each to be awarded in five categories... Read on...

Posted on: 12 February, 2014

Last chance for community to have their say on proposed rate increase

Singleton residents and ratepayers have until the end of the week to have their say about Singleton Council’s proposed special rate variation 2014/15 for road maintenance.

Public exhibition of Council’s Draft Delivery... Read on...

Posted on: 31 January, 2014

In love with romance writing

Singleton Public Library invites you to join three highly successful romance writers, SE Gilchrist, Kaz Delaney and Michelle Douglas, for a glass of wine and talk sexy science fiction, teen paranormal romances and the best... Read on...

Book your place
Posted on: 30 January, 2014

Donation to library helps the visually impaired

Home Library volunteer and patron

The Singleton Lioness Club has generously donated two Humanware VictorReader digital talking book players to Singleton Public Library to help the visually impaired.

The players, each worth about $500, will further enable... Read on...

Posted on: 30 January, 2014

Free event display spaces available for community groups

Event display spaces

Singleton Council is delighted to offer two free designated locations to promote local events within the Singleton area.

Three event signs have been erected within Singleton for local organisations and community groups to... Read on...

Posted on: 28 January, 2014

Applications closing soon for Singleton Mayoral Scholarship Program

Applications are closing soon for the 2014 Singleton Mayoral Scholarship Program.

The program is offering five scholarships of $4000 each to be awarded in five categories: agriculture; business; engineering and... Read on...

Posted on: 7 January, 2014

Council to consider Lake St Clair Master Plan in 2014

Singleton Council has finalised a draft Master Plan for Lake St Clair that will provide a tourist accommodation and recreation facility that is accessible to wide range of people looking for affordable activity-based... Read on...

Posted on: 2 January, 2014

School holiday fun at Singleton Public Library

Holidaying children have a range of fun and learning activities to choose from at Singleton Public Library in January.

The always popular board game sessions will run from 2pm – 4pm on Thursday 9, Tuesday 14 and Monday 20... Read on...

Book now!
Posted on: 16 December, 2013

Mayor thanks community for support of Christmas tree appeal

Woman and man in front of Christmas tree

Singleton Council officers with a sweet tooth have helped buy more than $400 worth of gifts and donations for the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal.

For the past two months, Council staff have been busy fundraising by selling... Read on...

Posted on: 16 December, 2013

Registration fees for dogs and cats to increase

Singleton dog and cat owners who are yet to lifetime register their pet have until Christmas Eve to avoid a fee increase that will take effect from 1 January 2014.

The recent Companion Animals Amendment Act 2013 includes... Read on...

Posted on: 16 December, 2013

Change to Christmas recycling service

Singleton Council wishes to advise residents there will be no recycling collection on Christmas Day, Wednesday 25 December.

Recycling bins (yellow lids) normally collected on this day will be serviced the following day,... Read on...

Read more about our recycling service
Posted on: 16 December, 2013

Council places draft Disability Access Plan 2020 on public exhibition

Singleton residents are invited to comment on the draft Disability Access Plan 2020 now on public exhibition.

The draft plan was developed in 2013 after a review of the 2009 Disability Access Action Plan. The review has... Read on...

View the draft Disability Access Plan
Posted on: 10 December, 2013

Council proposes a special rate variation in 2014/15 to fund road maintenance

Singleton Council resolved to notify IPART of its intention to apply for a special rate variation for the 2014/15 financial year when it met for an extraordinary meeting on Monday night.

Council is proposing a special... Read on...

Posted on: 5 December, 2013

Twilight Christmas Carnival - rescheduled event

Rain may have washed out the Special Olympics Carnival in Singleton last Friday but the community has a second chance at celebrating with the Twilight Christmas Carnival on 12 December.

Join the fun in Rose Point Park... Read on...

Posted on: 2 December, 2013

Nominations extended for 2014 Australia Day Awards

There’s still time to nominate an outstanding local person for the 2014 Singleton Australia Day Awards with the nomination period extended until Friday.

Residents now have until 6 December to get their nominations in for... Read on...

Posted on: 26 November, 2013

Singleton keeps cool with Fridge Buyback

Singleton residents can save money to spend on air conditioning this summer by clearing out their old fridges and freezers.

Old fridges and upright freezers are some of the biggest energy users in the home costing about... Read on...

Posted on: 26 November, 2013

Let your creative side flourish with The Big Draw

The Big Draw is the world’s largest drawing event and it is coming to a school near you. Singleton Council, in partnership with Coal and Allied, are encouraging school students to draw, create and share ‘Your Place’ at the... Read on...

Find out more about Place Making
Posted on: 25 November, 2013

How could Singleton be improved for its ageing population?

Singleton Council is currently developing a “Singleton Lifestyle Plan for Older People” and everyone is invited to have their say.

A public consultation session over morning tea is to be held at 10am Tuesday, 3 December... Read on...

Download a survey
Posted on: 20 November, 2013

Further your education with the Singleton Mayoral Scholarship Program

Applications are now open for the 2014 Singleton Mayoral Scholarship Program.

The program is offering five scholarships of $4000 each to be awarded in five categories: agriculture; business; engineering and infrastructure... Read on...

Download an application
Posted on: 15 November, 2013

Singleton Mayor to launch Christmas Tree Appeal

Singleton residents will be urged to dig deep when Singleton Mayor John Martin launches the 2013 Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal at Singleton Public Library on Wednesday 27 November.

The Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal is an... Read on...

Posted on: 15 November, 2013

Council proudly supports Go Home on Time Day

Go Home on Time Day logo

Singleton Council staff will be reflecting on the importance of maintaining a healthy work/life balance next Wednesday in support of national Go Home on Time Day.

Go Home on Time Day is an initiative of The Australia... Read on...

Posted on: 12 November, 2013

Save the date and celebrate Australia Day in Singleton

Singleton residents are urged to save the date and celebrate Australia Day next year with markets and entertainment in the Civic Centre Green.

From 8.30am on Sunday 26 January, get on down to the green off Civic Avenue to... Read on...

Additional Info...
Posted on: 6 November, 2013

Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame welcomes four new inductees

Four outstanding members of the Singleton community were inducted into the Peabody Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame on 30 October at a presentation at the Civic Centre.

The achievements of 2013 inductees Allan Ball,... Read on...

Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame
Posted on: 6 November, 2013

Inner workings of Vatican revealed by Tim Fischer at Singleton Public Library

Tim Fischer

Singleton residents will have the opportunity to hear what life is really like inside the Vatican when former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer shares insights from his book Holy See, Unholy Me! at Singleton Public Library... Read on...

Posted on: 6 November, 2013

Afro Moses to headline Special Olympics Carnival in Singleton

Excitement is building in Singleton as African music sensation Afro Moses prepares to headline the Special Olympics Carnival on Friday 29 November.

The multi award-winning international artist will lay down some awesome... Read on...

More about the Special Olympics Carnival
Posted on: 4 November, 2013

Book launch celebrates life and writings of Bulletin contributor Ion Idriess

Jim Bradley will launch a new book that celebrates the life and writings of iconic Bulletin contributor Ion Idriess at Singleton Public Library on Friday 8 November.

Gouger of the Bulletin Part II More Paragraphs & Short... Read on...

Posted on: 4 November, 2013

NSW Swimming Pool Register deadline extended

NSW Swimming Pool register after the State Government extended the deadline this week.

Earlier this year the NSW Government issued advice that the Swimming Pools Act 2012 would come into effect and would include the... Read on...

NSW Swimming Pool Register
Posted on: 31 October, 2013

Singleton student named Vocational School-based Trainee of the Year

Mattison Ling

Singleton Council trainee Mattison Ling has today been named Vocational School-based Trainee of the Year at the 2013 Novaskill Awards.

The awards announced this morning at South Newcastle League Club recognised and... Read on...

Posted on: 17 October, 2013

Local business in Singleton to benefit from 2014 swim meet

swimming nsw logo

Singleton will be on show in January when the 2014 Swimming NSW Country Regional Meet brings hundreds of athletes to compete at the Singleton Gym & Swim.

Athletes and their families will spend the weekend of 4 and 5... Read on...

Posted on: 14 October, 2013

Important luncheon for Singleton business leaders

Professor Caroline McMillen

Singleton business leaders are invited to register as soon as possible for the next Singleton Business Leaders Lunch on this Thursday.

The lunch will start at 11.30pm at the Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise... Read on...

Posted on: 14 October, 2013

HQ Underage Dance Party kicks off in Singleton

Singleton teens are invited to get their dance on at the inaugural HQ: Underage Dance on Friday 1 November.
Students from Singleton and surrounding areas between the ages of 13 and 17 will be able to party to a live set... Read on...

Additional Info...
Posted on: 17 October, 2013

Free workshop making business dreams a reality

Ever dreamt of being your own boss? Singleton Council is helping turn dreams into reality by hosting a free Start Your Own Business Workshop on 29 October.

Business Advisor Colin Merrick from The Business Centre will help... Read on...

Additional Info...
Posted on: 10 October, 2013

Singleton celebrates $9 million for town centre revitalisation

Concept design of town centre

Singleton Council is celebrating after the State Government today announced $9 million in funding for the revitalisation of the Singleton Town Centre under the Resources for Regions program.

Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner... Read on...

Posted on: 9 October, 2013

Bourkes Crossing officially opened by Singleton Mayor

Singleton Mayor cuts the ribbon on Bourkes Crossing

After nearly 10 months of demolition and construction works, Singleton Mayor John Martin officially opened the new bridge at Bourkes Crossing on Glendon Lane today.

The new eight-metre two-span concrete bridge,... Read on...

Posted on: 8 October, 2013

Finalist spot for Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre in 2013 NSW Tourism Awards

NSW Tourism Awards logo

Singleton Council is proud to announce the Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre is a finalist in the 2013 NSW Tourism Awards.

The finalists in 31 award categories were released on Monday with the winners to... Read on...

Vote now in the People's Choice Awards
Posted on: 8 October, 2013

Quest for treasure, battles with deadly foes ... are you interested?

A group of experienced Dungeons and Dragons players are inviting fellow players to share their passion for the fantasy game when it meets at Singleton Public Library on 11 October.

The group is keen to enhance the shared... Read on...

Additional Info...
Posted on: 8 October, 2013

Council calls for nominations for 2014 Australia Day Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2014 Singleton Australia Day Awards.

Singleton Council is looking for extraordinary people in our community who have helped make Singleton a thriving and diverse place.

Nominations are... Read on...

Additional Info...
Posted on: 8 October, 2013

Line the streets and join the party for Special Olympics torch run

Special Olympics logo

Singleton is preparing to welcome the Law Enforcement Torch Run Final Leg for the 2013 Special Olympics Asia Pacific Regional Games.

The torch run will pass through town on Friday 29 November on its way to the opening... Read on...

Additional Info...
Posted on: 30 September, 2013

Singleton Public Library celebrates life of intrepid explorer

The life and contribution of explorer Ludwig Leichhardt will be celebrated at Singleton Public Library on 23 October to mark what would have been his 200th birthday.

A renowned naturalist Leichhardt spent time in... Read on...

Posted on: 30 September, 2013

Council extends recycling program to polystyrene

Singleton Council is now recycling expanded polystyrene as part of a six-month trial being conducted by Hunter Resource Recovery.

Expanded polystyrene (EPS) is a rigid and tough, closed-cell foam. It is usually white and... Read on...

Posted on: 25 September, 2013

Singleton show-goers invited to drop in at Council staff

With so much to see and do at the Singleton Show this weekend, Singleton Council invites show-goers to drop in and visit its stall for the latest Council information and activities.

The stall will be located in the... Read on...

Posted on: 24 September, 2013

Council calls for Expressions of Interest for membership of Sustainability Committee

Singleton Council is seeking members for its newly-created Sustainability Committee.

The committee will be a reference group during the development of the Singleton Community Environmental Sustainability Strategy and... Read on...

Read more about the Sustainability Committee
Posted on: 23 September, 2013

Council commissions environmental sustainability strategy

Singleton Council will start development this month of a strategy and action plan to address the environmental issues affecting the local community.

Hunter Councils’ Environmental Division has been commissioned to develop... Read on...

Read more on the Sustainability Strategy
Posted on: 16 September, 2013

Focus on holiday photos at Singleton Public Library

Taken some good holiday snaps lately and don’t know what to do with them? Singleton Public Library wants you to get them out of your camera, phone or tablet and into the world for others to enjoy.

The library is... Read on...

Posted on: 16 September, 2013

Singleton bulk waste campaign a perfect time for spring cleaning

Singleton residents are encouraged to have a spring clean in readiness for Singleton Council’s bulk waste service later this month.

Residents who currently receive a weekly domestic garbage service in Singleton and... Read on...

More on bulk waste collection
Posted on: 9 September, 2013

School holiday fun at Singleton Public Library

Looking to get the kids out of the house these September/October school holidays? Singleton Public Library has a fun-filled program with activities for all ages.

Maybe you’d like to get up close to some meat-eating plants... Read on...

Singleton Public Library
Posted on: 9 September, 2013

Green thumbs wanted for community garden meeting

Gardeners of all ages and experience levels are invited to come along to a Community Garden Meeting at 4.30pm, Friday 13 September at the Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre, Townhead Park.

Whether you are... Read on...

Posted on: 9 September, 2013

Chooks, fish and energy bills on Singleton panel agenda for Sustainable September

The humble chook will feature in a panel discussion this Thursday at Singleton Public Library where residents are invited to learn how to incorporate sustainable living into everyday life.

Chooks in your own backyard,... Read on...

Posted on: 28 August, 2013

Residents reminded to use the right bin to recycle right

Singleton Recycle Right Hero Yolanda

Singleton Council is reminding residents to ensure they are placing the correct recycling bin out for collection.

On 1 July, Council secured a new recycling service with Hunter Resource Recovery. All eligible properties... Read on...

Recycle Right website
Posted on: 28 August, 2013

Singleton to host NSW Country Regional Swim Meet in 2014

Singleton Gym & Swim will welcome swimmers from all over country NSW on 4 and 5 January 2014 when they come to compete at the 2014 Swimming NSW Country Regional Meet.

The purpose of the NSW Country Regional Meets is to... Read on...

Posted on: 28 August, 2013

Excitement spreads as Spring comes to Singleton

Singleton will be abuzz in September with a celebration of Spring throughout the town centre and Broke.

Sunday 8 September will be a day of family fun and entertainment with the Broke Village Fair, Art in the Vines and... Read on...

Posted on: 21 August, 2013

Nominations closing for the Peabody Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame

Nominations are closing soon for the 5th Peabody Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame Awards 2013.

The Hall of Fame recognises individuals, families or local organisations that have a strong association with Singleton and... Read on...

Peabody Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame
Posted on: 21 August, 2013

Are you stuck in a health rut?

Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI), in partnership with Coal & Allied and Singleton Council, will be hosting a free health expo on Thursday, 19 September, from 1pm – 8pm in the Civic Centre on Queen St, Singleton. The... Read on...

See the poster
Posted on: 15 August, 2013

Have your say on Singleton Open Space and Recreation Needs Study

Time is running out for residents to have their say on Singleton Council’s draft Open Space and Recreation Needs Study.

The study is a strategic document that will guide Council in future decisions regarding the... Read on...

Read the study
Posted on: 15 August, 2013

Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre wins gold at tourism awards

Singleton Council's Economic Development and Tourism team

Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre (SVIEC) won gold overnight at the 2013 QantasLink Hunter/Central Coast Awards for Excellence in Tourism.

The centre won the Visitor Information and Services category out... Read on...

Posted on: 15 August, 2013

Singleton town centre project makes State funding shortlist

Singleton Council welcomes yesterday's announcement by the State Government that the Singleton Town Centre revitalisation project has been shortlisted for funding under the Resources For Regions program.

Council... Read on...

Posted on: 22 July, 2013

Singleton Council by-election scheduled for 14 September

Singleton voters will go to the polls on 14 September 2013 to elect one new Councillor for Singleton Council to fill the vacancy left by Cr Gary Lowe.

Cr Lowe resigned from the Council on 10 July.

Section 292 of the... Read on...

Posted on: 15 July, 2013

Residents urged to get outside and grow on National Tree Day

Singleton Council is inviting local residents to get outside and plant trees as part of National Tree Day on Sunday 28 July.

The planting is taking place at Nowlan Bushland Park and activities will start at 9am.... Read on...

Posted on: 15 July, 2013

Easy ways to reduce wood smoke pollution this winter

Singleton residents are being asked to help improve winter air quality by checking they are using wood heaters correctly.

As temperatures drop and winter sets in, the incorrect use of wood fire heaters can seriously... Read on...

Posted on: 21 June, 2013

Cycleway maintenance will make for a smoother ride

Pedestrians and cyclists who travel along Bridgman Rd will soon have a smoother ride as Singleton Council schedules maintenance works on its cycleways.

Council will start repairs to the Bridgman Rd cycleway, starting from... Read on...

Posted on: 21 June, 2013

Wet weather extends closure of Dunolly Rd

Singleton Council wishes to advise that due to recent wet weather the closure of Dunolly Rd for the purposes of upgrading the intersection of Bridgman Road and the New England Highway has been extended until 2 July.

The... Read on...

Posted on: 21 June, 2013

Nominations open for NSW Regional Achievement and Community Awards

Singleton Council is inviting community groups, businesses and individuals to nominate for the NSW/ACT Regional Achievement & Community Awards.

The awards provide an opportunity for community groups, businesses and... Read on...

Posted on: 7 June, 2013

Study finds in favour of a highway bypass of Singleton

Singleton Council has welcomed an announcement by Roads Minister Duncan Gay that a preliminary feasibility study has recognised the need for a New England Highway bypass of Singleton.

Singleton Mayor John Martin welcomed... Read on...

View the pre-feasibility report
Posted on: 7 June, 2013

New bridge starts to take shape at Bourkes Crossing

Bourkes Crossing new concrete  bridge

New bridge start to take shape at Bourkes Crossing

A new two-span concrete bridge being constructed at Bourkes Crossing on Glendon Lane should be completed by the end of July.

Piling works for the new bridge are now... Read on...



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