Tag: Upper Hunter Shire CouncilNews Archives
THE Information and Privacy Commission issued a recommendation to Council to review their decision not to release emails to scone.com.au and when the matter was referred to the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) the IPC sent their own legal representation to argue Council needed to release them.
COUNCIL spent $9,593 in legal fees trying to withhold the Geotechnical Report on the Merriwa-Willow Tree Road, but the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal found there was no evidence to support any of Council’s grounds and ordered them to release the Report in full. Read more…
AN independent reviewer of a code of conduct brought against Cr Ron Campbell found that “the conduct of Councillor Campbell constituted a form of verbal abuse”
THE Council election will held on December 4. Nominations for Councillors opened yesterday and close on November 3.
RESIDENTS of Cassilis will need to hold for even longer to get a sewerage system,
THE Upper Hunter Shire Council have called for community feedback on what type of public holiday they should have for the Scone Cup.
THE residents of Segenhoe Street, Aberdeen are relieved that the second tree with white ants has been felled,
THE team from A Current Affair may soon qualify for residency with the number of visits and stories they have done in the Upper Hunter and have joked we may be Channel 9’s most covered regional area in Australia.
UPPER Hunter Shire Council which has claimed it is not liable for their white ant riddled tree damaging Verona Bruin’s house,