Council is currently reviewing the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) and needs your input. We want to hear about your ideas for the future Carrathool Shire!
Community Strategic Plan - Review
Western Local Land Service Regional Weeds Management Plan
Community consultation sessions for draft Western Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan.
Have your Say on the Western Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan 2017-2022.
Temporary Road Closure - Hillston Outback Triathlon
SUNDAY 5 MARCH 2017
Between 8am and 10.40am Lachlan River Road, from the Lion’s Park car park entry on Oxley Ave, will be closed to all traffic other than competitors for the following distance and approximate times:
Community Engagement Strategy Public Exhibition
Notice is hereby given that the Council intends to adopt the Community Engagement Strategy, following an exhibition period of 28 days.
Medical Practitioner Services to recommence at Hillston
Carrathool Shire Council is very pleased to announce that medical practitioner services are recommencing at Hillston with Doctor Rod Bond and Doctor Jarrod Linsell taking over the operations of the Hillston Medical Centre on the 13th March 2017.
Local Land Services - Have your say on the management of weeds in the Riverina
The NSW Government has allocated more than $11 million in funding for weed management throughout the state. Regional strategic weed management plans have been established to set the vision for weed management over the next five years.
Blue-green algae alert for Lachlan River Hillston
The CentralWest Regional Algal Coordinating Committee (RACC) has issued a red level warning (high alert) for blue-green algae in the Lachlan River at Hillston.
2017 Australia Day Award Recipients
Citizen of the Year - Jim Caughey
Young Citizen of the Year - Lily Ryan
Junior Citizen of the Year 2 Recipients - Benjamin Cameron & Katie Anderson
Sportsperson of the Year - Caroline Greenwood
Junior Sportsperson of the Year - Charlotte Bartholomew
Sub-Junior Sportsperson of the Year - Harrison Ryan
Fight the Bite - Mosquito Public Health Notice
NSW Health has issued a warning about the increased number of mosquitoes and associated viruses in the region.
People who live in or are travelling to flood affected areas are urged to take special care to cover up and apply repellant to exposed skin.
Landholder Flood Recovery Guide - Edition 1
The spring 2016 floods in the Riverina-Murray region were one of the most protracted and widespread flood events on record. The prolonged inundation and flooding impacted agricultural businesses across most industries, some significantly.