News & media
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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  • City of Canada Bay Council to remain

    27 July 2017 | Council
    City of Canada Bay Mayor welcomes the State Government’s announcement that the remaining pending Council mergers will not go ahead.City of Canada Bay will continue to operate as a stand-alone council.   “The City of Canada Bay is a wonderful ...
  • Massive litter reduction at bus stops

    26 July 2017 | Environment
    A project targeting litter around bus stops has resulted in a 90 per cent reduction in items being dropped near bins at Strathfield Station. Three bins at bus stops on Everton Road along with four others in the City of Canada ...
  • Ferragosto exhibition marks 20 years

    26 July 2017 | Living
    Explore the fun, food and people of Ferragosto in a visual exhibition at Five Dock Library celebrating 20 years of Sydney’s premier Italian street Festival. The special exhibition highlights how Italian culture has been enjoyed and honoured at Ferragosto over the years, showcasing original posters, brochures and ...
  • City of Canada Bay launches landmark plan for an inclusive future

    21 July 2017 | Council
    At a gala event last night at The Connection, Rhodes, NSW Minister for Disability Services Ray Williams joined City of Canada Bay Mayor Helen McCaffrey and Touched by Olivia Foundation Founder Justine Perkins to launch the Council’s Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP). “The adoption of the DIAP ...
  • Nature photography competition

    18 July 2017 | Environment
    City of Canada Bay is calling on the community to celebrate the area’s picturesque landscapes and wildlife - from beautiful waterways, mangroves and green leafy parks to colourful birds, lizards and even the rare, Bar-Tailed Godwit – as part of ...

    13 July 2017 | Recreation & Culture
    City of Canada Bay Mayor Helen McCaffrey was today joined by the Federal Member for Reid, Craig Laundy to officially open a new home for local sports groups in Rothwell Park, Concord. City of Canada Bay Mayor Helen McCaffrey said the $1.78 million Ted Stockdale Pavilion had ...
  • Conservatory open for community use

    12 July 2017 | Living
    The City of Canada Bay is seeking Expressions of Interest from community groups and organisations who wish to make use of the newly completed Cabarita Park Conservatory for meetings, rehearsals, workshops and even workouts. The Cabarita Park Conservatory takes pride of place in Cabarita Park and is ...
  • World-class trail around Homebush Bay

    11 July 2017 | Council
    A network of world-class walking, running and cycling paths around Homebush Bay will be realised thanks to a partnership between City of Canada Bay, City of Parramatta, Sydney Olympic Park Authority and Roads and Maritime Services. Like famous outdoor facilities, Sydney’s Bondi to Coogee and High Line in New ...
  • Sydney Metro Train Line consultation

    05 July 2017 | Council
    City of Canada Bay is urging residents to make sure they have their say on the Sydney Metro West train line while they can. The Council is calling on the State Government to consider incorporating train stations in the local ...
  • Chef Massimo Mele to feature at Ferragosto

    29 June 2017 | Recreation & Culture
    Renowned chef Massimo Mele will demonstrate his cooking prowess when he prepares authentic delectable Italian cuisine at Sydney’s premier Italian festival, Ferragosto. Fresh from confirming he will head a new Salt Meats Cheese restaurant in Circular Quay as co-owner and executive chef, Mele will delight the crowd with his ...
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