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Tullamarine Link for Island Life

Mayor of King Island Council and National Airports Manager for REX have agreed to a return to a professional working relationship to ensure access through Tullamarine. Download the full release below:   Tullamarine link for Island life…

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Local Government Legislation Framework Review

The first phase of the Review of Tasmania’s Local Government Legislation is underway and a Discussion Paper has been released that seeks broad input on the principles that should be embodied in a future local government legislative framework. Submissions are invited on how the sector should be governed and what should be…

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December 21 News

Click below to read the latest news from Council.   Your Community Council Newsletter 21 December 2018…

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Naracoopa Jetty Re-opened

After considerable negotiation with Council’s insurer, a settlement has been agreed following storm damage to the Naracoopa Jetty. The safety barrier which has been restricting access to the entire structure has been moved 3/4 of the way down the jetty, allowing community members to access the facility while a works schedule…

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General Manager Resignation

Troy Brice has resigned from his position of General Manager at King Island Council with immediate effect. Kate Mauric will be acting in the role of General Manager over the Christmas period, with Council committed to establishing a forward plan early in the New Year. Whilst Council acknowledges there have…

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Council Stands as One

Mayor of King Island, David Munday condemns the actions of the so-called “King Island Sustainability Think Tank” behind a slanderous email attacking Councillors and staff. The latest in a line of anonymous and cowardly attacks on members of the community, Council, its staff and elected Councillors, stand united in their…

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DEC 16: Premiere showing of a new work developed on Island

Based on Virginia Woolf’s famous novel set on the Isle of Skye, To the Lighthouse is a spoken word performance with music that will premiere on King Island. Under the Currie lighthouse, in the Harbour side haven of the Boathouse, the performance will unfold. Mrs Ramsay is a beautiful fifty-year-old…

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