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Council budget delivers despite pandemic

Despite the $14 million impact of COVID-19 on revenue, Willoughby City Council has presented a well-balanced budget, continuing its commitment to serve the community. Council unanimously adopted the Operational Plan and Budget 2021-22 at last night’s Council Meeting (Monday 12 April). Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney said she is proud of the

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Councils voice concerns about new harbour tunnel

Sydney Morning HeraldMarch 14, 2021By Andrew Taylor Councils in Sydney’s north have raised the alarm about the impact of a multibillion-dollar tunnel under Middle Harbour, as the NSW government insists it will be built to strict conditions of approval. Willoughby City Council last week stated its opposition to the Beaches

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New play space at Devonshire Street Children’s Centre

Mirage News March 4, 2021 The new $165,000 play space at Devonshire Street Children’s Centre was officially opened by Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney and Trent Zimmerman MP, Federal Member for North Sydney on Tuesday 2 March. The Council-funded upgrade, completed in January 2021, features an in-ground trampoline, mud kitchen and new

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Lunar New Year Celebrations 2021

Mirage News January 14, 2021 Willoughby City Council’s Lunar New Year celebrations will return in 2021 to dazzle and delight with the Chatswood Year of the Ox Festival (3 February – 28 February). Visit Festival Website Named after the lunar zodiac sign, the festival program will, for the first time,

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Thomson Oval Pavilion Opens

Mirage News November 30, 2020 A much-anticipated new pavilion at Thomson Oval, Artarmon, was formally opened on Saturday by Willoughby City Council Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney and federal member Trent Zimmerman. Funded $515,000 from the Australian Government and $500,000 from council, the existing brick building was demolished and replaced with the

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Hear about Willoughby’s green future at community information seminar

Mirage News 17 September 2019 Following the success of Willoughby City Council’s first community information seminar, the series continues Monday 23 September in the Council Chambers. Willoughby locals can hear firsthand about Council’s plans to protect the environment.

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