Pedestrians who are distracted by their mobile phone or listening to music with headphones are being targeted as part of a new road safety campaign.
Congratulations to the Parkes Shire 2020 Australia Day Award recipients. Parkes Expand Citizen of the Year - Catherine 'Kitty' Dwyer Originally from Trundle, Catherine 'Kitty'
Parkes Shire Council has resolved to introduce a new standpipe usage scheme in an effort to maintain sustainable water supplies for the Shire. Since August
The nominees for the 2020 Parkes Shire Australia Day Awards have been named ahead of the community celebrations on Sunday 26 January. The annual awards
As part of the Parkes Main Street Revitalisation Project, Parkes Shire Council will re-develop lower Clarinda Street between Welcome and Short Streets with footpath upgrades,
Twelve local kids have spent the school holidays learning lifesaving skills as part of the first intake of the Outback Lifesavers program held at Parkes
The 28th annual Parkes Elvis™ Festival has come to a close after another year of phenomenal performances, show stopping jumpsuits and hip swivelling action. Approximately
The Parkes Shire will welcome CEO of Youth Off The Streets and former NSW Australian of the Year, Father Chris Riley AM as the Parkes Shire's 2020 Australia Day Ambassador.
In the midst of Australia’s devastating bush fire crisis, Parkes Shire Council have launched a bush fire fundraising appeal to take place during the 2020
Following Monday's storm, Council has waived tip charges for the disposal of storm related green waste at Parkes Waste Facility. Council's General Manager, Kent Boyd