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News & media

The City of Canada Bay's media releases are listed below by month.

Media enquiries should be directed to Council's Communications and Public Relations Team on 9911 6562.

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  • Ferragosto is back

    07 August 2018 | Recreation & Culture
    FERRAGOSTO IS HERE! Five Dock will come alive with the tastes and sounds of Italian culture on Sunday, 19 August 2018 between 10am and 4pm. “Ferragosto is back and bigger than ever,” City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas said. “With five ...
  • The war on pet waste

    07 August 2018 | Community
    In an effort to clean up the City, we are waging a war on pet waste, one park at a time, City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas said. The City of Canada Bay’s war on dog poo is in full swing, and so far, ...
  • The new bay run

    07 August 2018 | Planning
    A NEW DIGITAL PLAYGROUND FOR HOMEBUSH BAY? FORESHORE! I am calling on the community to help build the newest world-class facility for walking, running and cycling along the Homebush Bay foreshore, City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas said.  “The new Homebush Bay Circuit will be ...
  • Bushcare volunteer Profile

    24 July 2018 | Environment
    City of Canada Bay has helped local resident Regula Scheidegger’s Inner West tree change blossom. “Regula Scheidegger is one of our most valued Cabarita Bushcare volunteers. It is volunteers like Regula who are the heart and soul of our community,” City of Canada Bay Mayor ...
  • Revitalise your ideal City

    24 July 2018 | Environment
    Today the City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas announced an exciting research program to plan a successful and vibrant future for the City. “As part of this program I am calling on the community to imagine their ideal town centre and share their thoughts with us,” City of Canada Bay ...
  • Call to save local libraries

    24 July 2018 | Council
    City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas is calling on State Government to stop the rapid decline in public library funding across NSW. Despite the Library Council of NSW’s recommendation to increase public library funding to $30 million in 2018-19, the recent State Government budget slashed funding by five ...
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