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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 Council’s new water infrastructure was recognised for environmental and community benefits at the Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards held in Orange over the […]Read More
The commitment and professionalism of Parkes Shire Council’s water operations staff was formally recognised with national certification through the Water Industry Operators Association (WIOA) at […]Read More
Fifteen local businesses have put up their hand to help to reduce driver fatigue-related road incidents, having signed up to take part in next year’s […]Read More
Do you know someone making a positive difference in the Parkes Shire? Nominations are now open for the 2019 Parkes Shire Council Community, Cultural, Environmental […]Read More
Residents across the Parkes Shire are encouraged to learn about the major projects set to be delivered over the next two years at the upcoming […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council has been selected as a finalist across three categories at 2018 NSW Tourism Awards for excellence in Festival & Events, Destination Marketing […]Read More
Parkes Shire lifeguards are expecting their busiest pool season to date, with all Parkes Shire pool facilities offering free entry this swim season following a […]Read More
As Parkes Shire continues to experience prolonged drought conditions, landholders are being advised to take precautions to reduce the risk of weed seed spread if […]Read More
A new road rule is now in place in NSW to improve the safety of emergency workers, as well as the people they are protecting. […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council has maintained the executive leadership, returning Councillors Ken Keith OAM and Barbara Newton to the positions of Mayor and Deputy Mayor respectively. […]Read More