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Blayney Hay Bale Art Challenge 2018
Calling all residents, farmers, businesses, school and community groups interested in participating in the 2018 Blayney & Villages Hay Bale Art Challenge. Now in its third year, this local community event is attracting thousands of visitors to Blayne ...
Whats's Your Dream for the Blayney Shire in 10 Years Time?
Under the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework (IP&R), every 4 years following the ordinary election of Councillors, Council is required to develop or review and endorse a Community Strategic Plan (CSP).
Nominations open now for Blayney's Woman of the Year, Young Woman of the Year and Children's art/writing entries!
“The International Women’s Day 2018 theme is #Pressforprogress and the day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women while calling for greater equality. Collectively, let’s all press for progress”
Banjo Paterson Australian Poetry Festival 16 - 25 February 2018, Orange NSW
Celebrating one of Australia’s most iconic poets and regional Australia’s contribution to the literary and cultural heritage of the nation, the Banjo Paterson Australian Poetry Festival runs for ten days from 16-25 February 2018 in the birthplace of ...
Road safety improvements for Adelaide and Martha Streets, Blayney
The NSW Government is providing $2.3 million to improve road safety on the Mid Western Highway in Blayney. You’re invited to a Drop-in session view plans and discuss the project with Roads and Maritime Services. Members of the community are invited t ...
New look Blayney & Villages Visitor Guide
As part of Blayney Shire Council’s focus on tourism as one of the fastest growing sectors in our region, Council is seeking to redevelop some of our destination marketing material to promote the visitor offering within Blayney & Villages.
Blayney Shire community research program study – Do people get better with age?
A special research project is now underway within the Blayney Shire to discover the character and motivations of people who are ageing to answer the question “Do people get better with age?”
Media Release - Business registrations now open for 'free cuppa' 2018
Organisers of the award-winning ‘Free Cuppa for the Driver’ scheme are now inviting local businesses to register for phase eight of the successful driver fatigue awareness campaign which will operate from 1 March to 31 May 2018.
Innovation Funding to bring renewable energy to Council buildings
Councils in rural and regional areas of NSW are facing unique challenges in sustaining their communities and maintaining local services. The NSW Government has provided up to $4 million in Innovation grants to help rural councils with populations of ...
Fire and Emergency Services Levy to be reviewed
The NSW Government will defer the introduction of the Fire and Emergency Services Levy (FESL) to ensure small to medium businesses do not face an unreasonable burden in their contribution to the State’s fire and emergency services, Premier Gladys Ber ...
Where to Eat and Where to Stay in Blayney and Villages
A handy guide on where to eat and stay in Blayney and the surrounding villages.
Blayney Makes Top 50 Small Towns
We were delighted to discover this week that Blayney has been selected as one of Australia’s 50 best small towns according to a new marketing report by a national travel company. searched Australia’s nooks and crannies for t ...
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Last modified: 21 Feb 2018

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