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Nameless park gets official title

It’s official – the nameless park at Mission Beach can now be referred to with an authorised name. At this week’s Community and Customer Committee Meeting, Councillor’s...

Go back in time at the Morning Melodies show next week

Turn back the clock and celebrate the era of the Hollywood movie musicals and the song and dance men that made it magical at next Tuesday’s Morning Melodies show. The Cassowary Coast...

Applications extended for Facade Improvement Incentive Scheme

Cassowary Coast business operators and building owners looking to take advantage of shopfront renovation subsidies are in luck after Council decided to extend the application deadline for the...

Notice of Water Works Wheatley’s reservoir and El Arish

Notice of water works at Wheatley’s reservoir Council wishes to advise the commencement of major water works being undertaken at the Wheatley’s Hill reservoir from next week. ...

Dump your green waste for free

Cassowary Coast residents can now dump domestic loads of green waste free of charge at any of the Council landfills and transfer stations.  Council resolved this during the 2018/19 Budget after...

Update on Victory Creek Bridge

Construction on the Victory Creek Bridge has been delayed due to issues with driving piles, causing road users to continue using the detour through Eubenangee Road. Cassowary Coast Regional...

Councillors ready for a dunking

Come and watch the Cassowary Coast Regional Councillors get dunked by the Bucket-O-Fun at the official opening of the Mission Beach Splash Pad this Sunday. Events will kick off from 12pm on...

Local educator in with a chance for top award

A Cassowary Coast Family Day Care Educator is one of nine Queenslander’s to be announced as a regional educator winner in the 2018 Excellence in Family Day Care Educator of the Year Awards. ...

Applications for Façade Improvement Scheme closing soon

Cassowary Coast Regional Council (CCRC) is calling on business operators and building owners across the region to apply now for the Façade Improvement Scheme. Cassowary Coast Mayor John...

Positions vacant to plan for climate change

The Cassowary Coast Regional Council (CCRC) has begun planning for the long term impacts of climate change through the Cassowary Coast Coastal Hazards Adaptation Strategy (CHAS). Residents will be...

LETTUCE know if you would be interested in entering

Are you ready? – Because it’s thyme to turnip the beet on the Cassowary Coast. Entries are now open for the 2018 Cassowary Coast Regional Council (CCRC) Tropical Garden Challenge. ...

July message from the Mayor

I have noticed a lot of negative Facebook chatter among groups and online pages lately and I’m getting a little fed up with how our region is being portrayed. I have two words to describe a lot...

Have your say about Mission Beach Masterplan

Cassowary Coast Regional Council (CCRC) is inviting residents to have their say on the new look of Mission Beach. CCRC has developed the Mission Beach Strategic Masterplan for the Mission Beach...

CCRC giving youth a go in the workforce

Two students from the Innisfail Diverse Learning Centre will join the Cassowary Coast Regional Council’s Library team to upskill and gain a hands on experience in the workforce. Grace and...

Congratulations to Girringun on receiving the CIAF Art Centre Award 2018

On behalf of the Cassowary Coast Regional Council I would like to congratulate the Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre on receiving the prestigious Cairns Art Indigenous Fair ‘Arts Centre...

Bitumen reseal program set to kick off

Council wishes to advise that bitumen resealing works will be carried out on various roads throughout the Cassowary Coast Regional Council. Works are expected to commence on Monday 23 July, 2018...

CCRC commits to Straw No More Project

Cassowary Coast Regional Council (CCRC) has jumped on board the Straw No More challenge in an effort to rid the region of single use plastic straws.  Earlier this week, Mayor John Kremastos...

Learning responsible pet ownership early

Cassowary Coast Regional Council (CCRC) have been on a mission to start early education in responsible pet ownership.    As part of the National PETpep program and CCRCs commitment...

A gift from the CCRC parking fairy

Are you overstaying the parking time restriction in the Innisfail or Tully CBD? Well look out. Cassowary Coast Regional Council (CCRC) local law officers are increasing their activity – not to...

Love where you live

Love where you live – that’s the motto the community of Kurrimine Beach are exercising – and doing just that, literally. The Kurrimine Beach Progress Association have banded...
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