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Parkes Shire Council strives to keep the community informed of the latest news and issues affecting the region.
Media releases are regularly distributed to local and regional media outlets, covering a range of topics across all Council operations. For all media enquiries, or to be included in Council’s distribution list, please contact Council’s Communications Officer.
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Parkes Shire Mayor, Cr Ken Keith OAM disputed reports that Parkes is forecast to run out of water in March 2020. “Parkes Shire Council’s strong […]Read More
The 41-year-old amenities block at Harrison Park has had a much-needed facelift, with the newly refurbished facility officially opened today by Parkes Shire Mayor Cr […]Read More
Free computer skills workshops are being offered across the Parkes Shire to help farming communities access vital online services. The workshops will be run during […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council’s Grants Team has undergone a number of exciting changes recently, having relocated to a new office, launching a series of new grant […]Read More
The Parkes Shire Library expansion project is officially underway with the sod turned on construction this morning, making way for contractors to commence demolition works. […]Read More
Construction works to revitalise six Parkes Shire townships are now complete, thanks to a Federal Liberal and Nationals Government investment in boosting the economy in […]Read More
Parkes’ new Recycled Water Scheme is one step closer, with recycled water in the pipeline for Armstrong Park and the new Town Entry Garden. Construction […]Read More
Parkes Shires Council has been acknowledged for Excellence in Communications at the RH Dougherty Awards, for the delivery of the Parkes National Logistics Hub Business […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council are encouraging locals to help shortlist the projects and initiatives to be submitted under Round Three of the NSW Government’s Stronger Country […]Read More
The southern end of the Parkes CBD is set to be totally transformed over the next 12 months, with work commencing on the Lower Clarinda […]Read More