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Funding Opportunities for Community and Volunteer Groups

Over $1 million of funding is now available for community and volunteer groups across Queensland. The funding is for one-off small grants to assist with the purchase of essential equipment needed to expand the services of organisations and to support the community as a whole...

Fanning Street Kerb and Channel Rehabilitation

Works to improve kerb and channel on Fanning Street are now complete. The improvements on a section of Fanning Street were undertaken to reduce ponding, improve surface drainage, safety and aesthetics of the street. The project commenced in the middle of August and was completed at the beginning of September...

Meet the Author

Meet author Josephine Burden at the Hinchinbrook Shire Library this Thursday 11 September at 10.30am. Josephine is based in Malta and writes about her life, travels and the people she loves. She is currently working on a trilogy that explores the meanings of the Mediterranean Sea in her own life and in the stories of others who have lived around its shores...

TYTO Weekend Opening Hours

TYTO will be opened seven days a week from 1 September 2014. The Hinchinbrook Shire Library and TYTO Regional Art Gallery will be open seven days a week, from 10.00am to 4.00pm each day. Hinchinbrook Shire Council Mayor Rodger Bow said, “Council believes that extending the opening hours to include the weekends will give the community greater flexibility to access the wonderful facilities located at TYTO...

Infrastructure Restoration Program Infrastructure Restoration Program

Hinchinbrook Shire Council, in partnership with AECOM, are working to restore public assets that have been damaged by recent natural disasters. Council is eligible for funding provided by the Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) program and is committed to helping the Hinchinbrook region recover as quickly as possible. Please click here for up to date information about the program.