May 18 2017

Goulburn Mulwaree council will undertake an investigation into the future of land currently used to irrigate the city's effluent.


The council owns about fifteen hundred acres off Gorman and Murray's Flat roads, but when the new wastewater treatment plant is completed in 2018. this land will not be used.


This week's meeting of council accepted a recommendation to prepare a planning proposal for rezoning of the land with a view to obtaining gateway approval from the Planning department.


Council General manager, Warrick Bennett says there is a number of worthwhile suggestions for using the land.

May 18 2017

What has been described as chaotic, immersive and an interrelated sequence of installations will form the basis of the next exhibition at the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery.


The solo exhibition, 'The Curtain Breathed Deeply' by Justene Williams will open on Saturday, May 27th.


Those attending can expect the entire gallery to be transformed by the chaos which intends to immerse the onlooker.


This will be the Sydney artists most ambitious undertaking to date,with references to Picasso combining with influences of hip-hop music and other contemporary themes.


The artist says the exhibition pays tribute to her late father, to his life and work and the hospital curtain which marked the final stage of his life, when he passed away from lung cancer.


'The Curtain Breathed Deeply' at the Regional Art gallery at the end of May.

May 18 2017

Mayor of Goulburn Mulwaree, Councillor Bob Kirk is encouraged following talks with Roads and Maritime Services about the campaign to reclaim control of Auburn street.


For some time, the council has been pushing for the main street to be declassified from heavy vehicle use and that Sloane street should be used for that purpose.


Councillor Kirk says the meeting this week was positive but adds that more work needs to be done.


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