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  • Ron Harborne's Cricket Ground - Batting Above the Average

    In September, works were undertaken at Ron Harborne Oval for the construction of a traditional white picket fence for the turf wicket cricket oval ahead of this year’s summer season. Last weekend, this great new ground hosted its maiden innings with the Vic Vikings taking on the Stallions.

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    Australia Day Awards

    Show your appreciation for an individual or group who has made a significant voluntary contribution to the Moree Plains community by acknowledging their efforts with a nomination to the Moree Plains Lion’s Australia Day Awards.


    • Citizen of the Year
    • Young Citizen of the Year
    • Community Event/Group of the Year
    • Sports Person of the Year
    • Volunteer of the Year
  • Pedestrian Safety Works

    Council wishes to advise that in the coming weeks, subject to staff availability and weather conditions, that we will be removing one (1) of the two (2) Benjamina Ficus trees at the corner of Auburn and Albert Streets, Moree.

    These works are being carried out in the interest of pedestrian safety.

    If you have any queries regarding this matter, please contact Council’s Project and Development Manager, Lila Fisher on (02) 6757

  • Critical Step Forward for Moree Plains’ Inland Rail Intermodal

    Moree Plains Shire Council Mayor Cr Katrina Humphries, in conjunction with Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton, is delighted to announce that Council has been successful in securing grant funding to undertake a comprehensive transport study for the Moree Plains Shire.

    The total project value is $425,000; comprising some funding and in-kind contributions by Council, with the lion’s share being made available

  • Emergency Exercises Staged At Moree Regional Airport

    Earlier this month, the Moree Regional Airport (MRA) ran a mock emergency exercise to evaluate interagency response at the airport to a simulated aircraft crash, fire and injured passengers.

    MRA Manager Fiona McClymont explained the aim of these exercises is to give the emergency procedures a work-out, testing roles and responsibilities, and making sure the airport and agencies are well-equipped to work

  • Operation Fortia - Cover Your Load

    Moree Plains Shire Council and the Barwon Highway Patrol - Traffic and Highway Patrol Command are working together on “Operation Fortia” to target load restraint issues for both light and heavy vehicles and related trailers, focusing, in particular, on unsecured and uncovered waste loads.

    “Operation Fortia” is in operation now until 31 December 2017.


  • Weekend Warriors Clean Up Graffiti

    Join the fight against graffiti and become a Graffiti Warrior to make a real difference to the appearance of our local community – It’s time to Love Where We Live by taking part in Graffiti Removal Day targeting Doctor Geoffrey Hunter Bridge, the Tourist Information Centre, Bypass walkway and the walls near Moree’s skate park.

    Along with the Graffiti Warriors, Moree Plains Shire Council will join forces with the NSW Government, Rotary

  • Ratepayers Foot the Bill for Clean Up

    Ratepayers will be left to pick up the bill after unscrupulous people dumped rubbish between Manildra Grain and the Halls Creek crossing last Thursday (5 October 2017).

    Illegal dumping in Moree PlainsMoree Plains Shire Council’s Environment and Compliance Manager Dane Graham explained Moree Plains Shire

  • Skilled Migration Vital For Moree Engineering Business

    The 6th Regional Development Australia Northern Inland (RDANI) skilled migration case study video has just gone online and it is important viewing, according to RDANI Chair Russell Stewart.

    “This case study shows how critical skilled migration has been for the growth of DD’s Engineering & Fabrication in Moree. It also shows why some skilled migrants settle in and contribute to our communities long-term,” he

  • Waste Calendars

    Council’s contractors Cleanaway have recently posted out the new waste calendars for 2016-2017.

    Council would like to advise residents that there are in corrections with the calendar and the newly amended calendars will be reissued.

    We apologise for the inconvenience.

    Council would like to advise that this week is recycling week. (:

  • Moree Community Library Local History Photo Collection

    The Moree Community Library and is keen to develop a Local History Moree Photo collection. If you have photographs of the Moree region that you think might be suitable for the Local History Moree Photo collection we would love to hear from you.

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  • Financially Assisting Our Community

    At last week’s Council meeting, Councillors considered the applications for financial assistance made by community groups for the October 2016 to December 2016 financial quarter.

    For this quarter, $10,000 was available for distribution amongst applicants.

    The following applications were approved:

  • $11.2 Million to Modernise Moree Plains Shire's Water Supplies

    MOREE Plains Shire Council will receive $11.21 million under the NSW Government’s Regional Water and Waste Water Program to upgrade Moree’s water supply system and provide potable reticulated water to the villages for Ashley and Biniguy, for the very first time.

    Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall announced the unprecedented amount of funding today, saying it would help clear a backlog of council projects