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News & Notices

NEWS AND NOTICES

Wujal Wujal Kamu Kamu ( alcohol) Survey Report for Council

Business Basics Grants

Celebrating Reconciliation Grants

Public Notice Planning Scheme

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM - GUIDE FOR CANDIDATES - DATSIP

NEW COUNCIL OFFICE HOURS AS AT 1 MAY 2020 (Click here)

 

Wujal Wujal Kaban ( Newsletter) 2023

 

 

WUJAL WUJAL KABAN (Newsletter) 2022

1st December ISSUE 23

02 November ISSUE 22

12th September ISSUE 21 

6th June ISSUE 20

MAY ISSUE 

 28th April ISSUE 19

28th March ISSUE 18

01 March ISSUE 17

12 January ISSUE 16

 

WUJAL WUJAL KABAN (Newsletter)2021

 

05 January ISSUE 15

03 November ISSUE 14

06 October ISSUE 13

01 September ISSUE 12

03 August ISSUE 11

30th June ISSUE 10

1st June ISSUE 9

12th Jan ISSUE 1

27th Jan ISSUE 2

9th Feb ISSUE 3

23rd Feb ISSUE 4

9th March ISSUE 5

23rd March ISSUE 6

6th April ISSUE 7

5th MAY ISSUE 8

CROCODILE WARNING!

There have been several sightings of crocodiles at the river crossing in the past weeks. Some of these crocodiles are 4m or larger. Please make sure that everyone in the community is aware.

iBOBBLY

A new App for the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People click here for information.

Getting your child ready for Prep? Give HIPPY a call!

Do you have a child that needs help to prepare for their Prep School Year? - HIPPY can help! All resources are provided including storybooks and activity books. Call Coordinator Melissa Griffiths 0498 558 726. See this HIPPY flyer for more information. 


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CLIMATE CHANGE AWARENESS

A podcast has been developed from the series: Land and Sea Cry Out which amplifies local knowledge and experience of climate changes.  The series showcases Australian communities responding, planning, adapting, raising awareness and/or taking action to ready their places - themselves and their environments - for weather changes.  This podcast is a collaboration between local councils and their communities, Griffith University researchers and funded by the Queensland Climate Resilient Councils Program, a partnership between Local Government Association of Queensland and the QLD Government Department of Environment and Science and will be available soon.

The attached poster has also been developed to accompany this podcast and is a pictorial representation of this podcast.  

For more information, please contact Associate Professor Kerrie Foxwell-Norton on 0400040711 or via email at K.Foxwell@griffith.edu.au