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Red alert for blue-green algae in Casino’s Richmond River
24/01/2019 Council
A RED alert for potentially toxic blue-green algae in the Richmond River at Jabour Weir Casino and upstream has been issued, with a warning for locals not to come into contact with the water. The alert indicates the water of the Richmond River at Casino...
Level one water restrictions to start Wednesday for Casino and surrounds
15/01/2019 Council
DUE to the low rainfall in the catchment areas and falling river levels residents in Casino and surrounds who receive a town water supply will be subject to level one water restrictions from Wednesday 16 January. Level one water restrictions are triggered when the flow...
Funding available for Richmond Valley events
20/12/2018 Council
ORGANISERS of events held between 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2020 can now apply for Richmond Valley Council funding aimed at driving visitor numbers and showcasing the authentic and beautiful Richmond Valley. Applications for the Richmond Valley Event Funding Scheme are now open to...
$255,000 funding boost for Richmond Valley arts and cultural projects
17/12/2018 Council
Two arts and cultural projects in the Richmond Valley are winners under the latest round of the NSW Liberals and Nationals Government’s Regional Cultural Fund sharing in nearly $255,000 in funding, Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis has announced. Casino’s popular 80-year old Art Deco Civic...
Local traders urged to join new online marketplace
12/12/2018 Council
RICHMOND Valley Council this week introduced a new e-Procurement process to boost the local economy and drive business to local suppliers. VendorPanel Marketplace will be used by Council officers when there is no preferred or pre-qualified supplier arrangement in place. According to General Manager Vaughan...
Casino’s much-loved ‘Queen’ receives funding boost
11/12/2018 Council
CASINO’S Queen Elizabeth Park will receive a funding injection of $479,717 from the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund (SCCF) to upgrade many of its facilities. Nine sporting clubs which regularly use the complex for training and games will be saying goodbye to the decades-old...
Funding boost for Woodburn and Coraki sports
10/12/2018 Community
Richmond Valley Council has welcomed $745,543 in funding from the NSW Government which will go towards the enhancement of sporting facilities at Woodburn’s recreation oval and further upgrades to the popular riverside precinct as well as the revitalisation of Windsor Park at Coraki. Making the...
New art gallery at Casino
10/12/2018 Community
Approval has been granted by the NSW Government to allow the transfer of the former Roads and Maritime Services building at 148 Barker Street in Casino at a nominal value of one dollar to the local community following representations by Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis....
Work begins on Casino’s new $1 million amphitheatre
10/12/2018 Council
Locals and tourists visiting Casino will soon have a space to gather on the banks of the Richmond River for community events like Carols by Candlelight and Movies Under the Stars, according to Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan. The amphitheatre will be tiered and...
Broadwater shared pathway open for business
10/12/2018 Community
There was a small yet enthusiastic crowd present last week at the ribbon cutting for the new Broadwater shared pathway by Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis and Richmond Valley Council Mayor Robert Mustow. The $1 million pathway, funded from the NSW Government’s Active Transport Program, starts on...

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Tuesday 19 February 2019
The next ordinary meeting of Council will be held Tuesday 19 February.

Restoring a faded patch of highway

Courtesy of Mark Collison

Here’s a snapshot of the work involved in restoring a faded patch of highway back to its former glory, courtesy of Richmond Valley Council Ganger Grader Operator Mark Collison.

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