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More than rates roads and rubbish


Council will showcase its diverse services at a pop-festival on Tuesday 1 August.

Held for Local Government Week, Council Life will feature free activities, food and entertainment on the forecourt of the Council Chambers in Moruya.

Stalls will range from big machinery, water modelling, surveying and grader demonstrations to Council careers, strategic planning, the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens, Council’s environmental education trailer and community care.

There will be a councillor meet and greet coffee shop and a public forum for students to address councillors on issues affecting them. Kids can make their own bee hotel, check out the fun play area, get up close to Council machinery and join in the Mayor’s storytime.



The community is encouraged to come along to learn about the diverse services Council provides that help make our shire such a great place to live. The above is published for the purpose of reporting Council news and communicating Council information under fair dealing Reprinting transcripts of Council documents or material taken from their website or passed on from Council to the general public for the purpose of reporting news: "exceptions to the general rule [of copyright] include situations where the creator is an employee, is commissioned to create the work, is a freelancer, or the work was created under the direction and control or first published by the Government. (Editors Note:The Government in this instance is considered, by The Beagle, to be inclusive of Local Government). "There are also a number of fair dealing exceptions to copyright infringement, including fair dealing for the purpose of criticism and review, parody and satire, research and study, and reporting the news." "In Australia, the Copyright Act provides "fair dealing" exceptions for the limited purpose of research or study, criticism or review, parody or satire, and reporting news."

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