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Here is the latest news from Singleton Council.

Community input vital as Singleton Council moves to make applications to revised Resources for Regio
Jerrys Plains highlighted as a priority for funding opportunities to deliver on communitys wishes fo
Virtual information sessions to assist local businesses in how to take advantage of Singleton Counci
Every dog to have its day as Singletons new state-of-the-art animal management facility breaks groun
Singleton businesses encouraged to support each other under 100,000 local spending program by Single
Deputy Premier makes Singletons Resources for Regions wish come true
Community survey crystalises Singleton Council response to COVID-19 as applications open for relief
Singleton Council and BHP unite in 300,000 grants program to assist community groups and businesses
Proposed recategorisation of Crown land prompts public hearing for Burdekin Park Draft Plan of Manag
Singleton Historical Museum reopens
SINGLETON UNITES ONLINE TO MARK NATIONAL RECONCILIATION WEEK
Singleton names fifth-ever Honorary Freeman of the Shire in virtual presentation
Wave of recommendations support money-saving measures for households and businesses under Singleton
SINGLETON LANDMARKS TO SHINE BLUE IN GLOBAL APPRECIATION FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS
SINGLETON COUNCIL SET TO UNVEIL NEW COMMUNITY FACILITIES WHEN RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED
RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES ENCOURAGED TO HELP INFORM COMMUNITY NEEDS IN COUNCILS RESPONSE TO COVID19
VIRTUAL MEETING SETS PLATFORM FOR REAL ENGAGEMENT ON COUNCILS PROGRAM OF ACTIONS FOR 2020-2021
Rates, fees and charges included in suite of community support measures in response to COVID-19
fun and learning return to rural halls for free
1.8 million in support for the community pivotal in endorsement of Councils COVID-19 response
Library bands together with Singleton Hospital to assist health care workers on the coronavirus fron
THE FUTURE OF SINGLETON AS A CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABILITY, CULTURE AND TOURISM SHAPED IN NEW PLAN
Rates, fees and charges included in suite of community support measures in response to COVID-19
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Community Economic Development Fund pays dividends to help address economic and social impacts of CO
Prevent the spread - how Council is responding the the threat of COVIS - 19 (coronavirus)
COUNCIL TAKES ACTION TO PROTECT THE COMMUNITY IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Playtime reaches new heights with completion of Bulga playground
Community representatives encouraged to get active on Sports Council
weekend of festivities to commemorate 200 years of history with entertainment, nostalgia and glamour
Drive program a success on and off the road
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Singleton to move to level 2 water restrictions come March as dam levels continue to fall
Council fires up to connect bushfire- affected residents with assistance
valentines day at the singleton public library
Bushfires impact on tourism businesses including accommodation and winemaking in the Singleton LGA
Singleton outstanding citizens honoured in Australia Day celebrations
Something for everyone as age proves no barrier to Seniors festival
Twilight to provide x-factor for Australia Day celebrations in Singleton
Tickets now on sale for Singleton night of nights 200 years in the making
Destination playtime at Townhead Park
History-making general manager returns as Australia Day guest in Singleton bicentennial year
New passenger rail services put Singleton on track as a playtime destination
Council and mining companies combine with unique vpa to put people first
Hit the beach and not the road with additional passenger rail services from 5 January 2020
Playtime bounces to a new level with the completion of the Rose Point Park all abilities playground
Singleton residents praised
Community encouraged into action to help guide the future of Singletons Howe Park and the Bulga Stoc
Back to Singleton 2020 launch invites everyone to start planning their year of bicentennial commemor
Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas on John Street
A dozen new inductees for Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame on its 10th anniversary
Heritage, trees and improvements for traffic and safety key components of draft designs for Singleto
NSW Food Authority serves up praise for Singleton Council
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Singleton to represent regional voices at federal jobs inquiry
Blast into an adventure day of family fun
Singleton standout citizens targeted for Australia Day honours
Proposed new route for school buses addresses safety concerns for hundreds of children
DRIVE program members gather around car with learner driver.
COMMUNITY INVITATION TO BE PART OF SINGLETONS OFFICIAL BICENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIONS
summer water restrictions to apply from October
Outrage turns to healing as donations fund repairs to Sedgefield Cemetery
Put your green ideas into action at the Singleton Community Garden Revitalisation Day
Community Development Fund set to unlock economic potential of Singleton
Thieves target Singletons Alroy Oval twice in one week
Vietnam taps into Singletons skills and expertise in development of water infrastructure
Council advising builders, carpenters and designers to be aware of crucial changes to Australian Bui
Journey into history
Rudder recognised at State Risk Conference with overseas scholarship
Singleton celebrated during history week at Singleton Library
Accolades recognise Councils commitment to managing risk
Bridgman Ridge Community Trust applications now open
Destination playtime at Rose Point Park with two new all abilities play zones unveiled
Singleton spinning as a cycling destination following success of NSW Cycling Championships
spring into your bulk cleanout with Councils bulk waste campaign locked in for november
Highway Verging on Beautiful
FESTIVAL OF EVENTS IN THE MAKING TO BRING PEOPLE BACK TO SINGLETON IN 2020
4.25M FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT RAMPS UP ROAD IMPROVEMENT
Culture and history celebrated in Singleton for NAIDOC Week
Bulk Waste pickup returns to Singleton in November
PLASTIC NOT SO FANTASTIC IN SINGLETON THIS PLASTIC FREE JULY
Improved visitor experience with Lake St Clair under new management
Council's Executive Leadership Team
Singleton leads the way in innovative approach to staff safety
Mayor says Singleton misses out again in aftermath of State Budget
FALLING DAM LEVELS PROMPT MANDATORY WATER RESTRICTIONS
Community helps to rebuild following cemetery vandalism attack
GRAND DESIGNS IN PROGRESS FOR JOHN ST
COMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER TO SUPPORT REPAIRS FOR SEDGEFIELD CEMETERY
ELEVATED WATER RESTRICTIONS IN THE PIPELINE AS DRY WEATHER CONTINUES
COMMUNITY ENCOURAGED TO BE PART OF EVENTFUL OCCASION WITH DATE SET FOR SINGLETONS BICENTENNIAL COMME
DISAPPOINTMENT AS VANDALS TARGET NEW PLAYSPACE WITHIN DAYS OF OPENING
Invitation to the Prime Minister to experience highway heavy traffic and congestion in Singleton
Riverside Park named best in NSW
NEW PLAYGROUND CELEBRATES ALL ABILITIES TO RAMP UP FUN IN SINGLETON
FOG, FLAMES AND ART HEAT UP THE NIGHT AT SPECTACULAR SINGLETON FIRELIGHT
PLANNING UNDERWAY FOR A COMMUNITY COMMEMORATION 200 YEARS IN THE MAKING
SINGLETON FIRELIGHT RETURNS IN 2019 TO WARM UP THE GLENCORE SINGLETON FESTIVAL
three day youth fest unlocks talents of young people
Flood study
ARTS AND CULTURE TAKE CENTRE STAGE IN BIENNIAL CELEBRATION OF SINGLETONS CREATIVITY
LEISURE CENTRES SET FOR A FITNESS OVERHAUL UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT CONTRACT
Life membership honour for long-serving Singleton councillor for service to mining-related councils