Latest Kempsey Shire Council News

Don’t let your Christmas go to dogs
Kempsey’s libraries take a first step into future
Last call to audition for hottest singing gig of year
Council offers additional waste collection and a Christmas tree solution
Local tourism boosted through new Macleay Valley Coast site
Slim Dusty Centre to say G’day to visitors again for Christmas
People’s Choice bushfire photo announced as Black Summer & Beyond book gets green light
Council allocates $250,000 to fight plant from hell
Community groups celebrated at funding presentation
Spectacular $3.6 million Stuarts Point redevelopment sets stage for a great summer
Council takes customer service to new locations
Separate fact from fiction as Library Summer Reading Club returns
Council works to clarify off-leash dog beach rules
Council calls for local singer for Australia Day performance
Community richly rewarded as Council works for big grants
Local cricketers bowled over by new facilities
Council awards $48,607 to local organisations through new community grants
Major South West Rocks Road upgrade under way
Council moves to allow much-needed new housing at Crescent Head
Seeking local heroes and singers
An exhibition to break your heart and lift your spirits
There’s a reason we don’t call it tip anymore
Council to deliver a weekly update on our water
Hundreds of photos submitted for bushfire photo exhibition
Work starts on upgrading Back Creek foreshore carpark area
Green light to construct High Performance Centre at South
Council adopts concept plans to revitalise Crescent Head village and foreshore areas
Council agrees to partner with Slim Dusty Foundation to help secure future of Slim Dusty Centre
Council commits to renewable energy by supporting new strategy
Local roads receive safety upgrades
Shire libraries return to normal operating hours
Stuarts Point Road upgrade project comes to an end
$300,000 available in grants for bushfire recovery projects
New walking trail signage to be installed across Macleay
Photos needed for bushfire recovery exhibit
Council successfully clears Killick Creek entrance
Killick Creek entrance to be cleared Thursday following sand erosion
A roadmap for Kempsey Regional Saleyards’ future success
Patterson re-elected as Deputy Mayor for Kempsey Shire
Back Creek Foreshore and Open Space Upgrade revised plan gets green light
Community Infrastructure Strategy, ‘Your Future Places and Spaces’ adopted
Local Government can help National Cabinet drive Australia’s recovery
Council commits to retain character of local areas for decades to come
Kempsey Shire gets its scrap together
Donation supports education program for young people
Council to sell off old assets in online auction
Shire’s road and footpath network under inspection
Community embraces program of free events