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Have Your Say on Local Strategic Plans
11 May 2021
Have Your Say on Local Strategic Plans
Landholders across the state can now have their say on Local Strategic Plans developed by Local Land Services, with all 11 regional plans on exhibition until early June. 
How TAFE NSW Helped Lee Launch a Booming Business in the middle of a Pandemic
4 May 2021
How TAFE NSW Helped Lee Launch a Booming Business in the middle of a Pandemic
A Narrandera woman who opted for a “skills refresh” in her 40s has credited TAFE NSW with helping turbocharge her career and launch a successful new business. 
Managing Erosion Before and After Floods
30 Apr 2021
Managing Erosion Before and After Floods
Following severe flooding across large parts of NSW, Local Land Services is urging landholders to be on the lookout for riverbank erosion. 
Call For Applications - New Local Land Services Board Chair Needed
28 Apr 2021
Call For Applications - New Local Land Services Board Chair Needed
Local Land Services is calling on passionate, innovative and highly experienced individuals to apply for the vacant Chair position of the Local Land Services Statewide Board. 
Compost is Vital to Good Soil Health and Climate Resilience
26 Apr 2021
Compost is Vital to Good Soil Health and Climate Resilience
The effects of climate change have become more apparent in recent years, through changes in average temperatures and more frequent and intense extreme weather events such as severe droughts and floods. 
Australian Military Bank Welcomes Action on Veteran Suicide in Australia
24 Apr 2021
Australian Military Bank Welcomes Action on Veteran Suicide in Australia
Australian Military Bank welcomes the announcement from the Australian Government regarding the high rates of suicide within the Veteran community and looks forward to seeing tangible outcomes for impacted Australians who serve our country and their families. 
2021 Community Building Partnership Program Now Open
20 Apr 2021
2021 Community Building Partnership Program Now Open
Stuart Ayres MP, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney today announced applications are now open for the 2021 Community Building Partnership program, unlocking $27.9 million for community infrastructure projects across NSW. 
Save Time, Do It Online - Free VPIT Training Available
17 Apr 2021
Save Time, Do It Online - Free VPIT Training Available
Local Land Services (LLS) has urged landholders to make the most of its free, online Vertebrate Pesticide Induction Training (VPIT) course as autumn baiting kicks into gear. 
Apply Now for a NSW Government Scholarship to Support Apprentices
15 Apr 2021
Apply Now for a NSW Government Scholarship to Support Apprentices
Stuart Ayres MP, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney, announced this week that the NSW Government is providing $1.5 million to assist apprentices through the annual Bert Evans Apprentice Scholarship program. 
The Regional Sessions: One-day Songwriting Event in Wagga Wagga
14 Apr 2021
The Regional Sessions: One-day Songwriting Event in Wagga Wagga
Early bird tickets on sale now for a series of one-day songwriting events across regional NSW
TAMWORTH | BYRON BAY | WAGGA WAGGA | DUBBO | WOLLONGONG
Learn from Gordi, Jim Moginie, Nina Las Vegas, Benny Walker, Catherine Britt, Beatrice Lewis, Buddy Knox and more
 
Making the Cut: Fee-free TAFE NSW Primary Industries Centre Chainsaw Course Helping Locals Stay Safe
13 Apr 2021
Making the Cut: Fee-free TAFE NSW Primary Industries Centre Chainsaw Course Helping Locals Stay Safe
A unique short course aimed at teaching locals the finer points of chainsaw operation and safety is now open for enrolments at TAFE NSW Primary Industries Centre in North Wagga. 
New CSIRO Tool to Combat Australia's #1 Diet Issue
10 Apr 2021
New CSIRO Tool to Combat Australia's #1 Diet Issue
Low nutrient, high kilojoule food continues to be the top choice for Australians, with new research from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, showing that nearly four out of five people are overindulging in junk foods every day. 
Best Practice Guidelines for the Safe Restraint of Children Travelling in Motor Vehicles
9 Apr 2021
Best Practice Guidelines for the Safe Restraint of Children Travelling in Motor Vehicles
The National Guidelines for the Safe Restraint of Children Travelling in Motor Vehicles has been updated by Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) and Kidsafe Australia. 
Curtain Closes on Quietest Fire Season in a Decade
1 Apr 2021
Curtain Closes on Quietest Fire Season in a Decade
Yesterday marked the official end to the quietest fire season in more than a decade, a stark contrast to the devastating 2019/20 season. 
Livestock Health following Floods
30 Mar 2021
Livestock Health following Floods
With vast areas of NSW still impacted by flood waters, landholders are being warned to remain vigilant for increased animal disease risks. 
Dine & Discover NSW
27 Mar 2021
Dine & Discover NSW
The NSW Government has launched Dine & Discover NSW to encourage the community to get out and about, supporting dining, arts and tourism businesses and stimulating spending in the economy. 
Wagga Wagga District applauds long serving members
26 Mar 2021
Wagga Wagga District applauds long serving members
The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) Riverina Zone today applauded the achievements of dedicated volunteers from the Wagga Wagga District with the presentation of one national medal and 46 long service medals to volunteers. 
Sleep maximizes vaccine effectiveness
18 Mar 2021
Sleep maximizes vaccine effectiveness
With the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines now underway, University of South Australia sleep experts are urging people to reprioritise their sleep, as getting regular and sufficient sleep is known to boost your immune system. 
Senator Payne encourages local hotels and motels to apply for new energy-saving grant program
17 Mar 2021
Senator Payne encourages local hotels and motels to apply for new energy-saving grant program
Small and medium hotels, motels and serviced apartments are being encouraged to apply for a new grant program that can help reduce energy use, improve energy productivity and deliver carbon abatement. 
Graffiti Removal Day 2019
1 Mar 2021
Graffiti Removal Day 2019
Graffiti vandalism costs New South Wales over $300 million per year. Since Graffiti Removal Day was established in 2012, volunteers have removed 141,000sqm of graffiti, saving our community about $10.40 million. 
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