Index - News

Local Government Reform

Further to the information included in the August 2022 edition of the Council Newsletter, the Local Government Board has now issued its Stage 2 Report entitled ‘The future of local government review – Options Paper’. For those that may have not read the previous Council report, the Tasmanian Government has commissioned a Local Government Board Review into the Future of Local Government in Tasmania.

Read more

Posted Tuesday, 14 March 2023, 4.00pm

News - Bearded dragon on grey rock.

Beekeeper Registration

As part of the implementation of the Biosecurity Act 2019 (the Act), beekeeping is now considered a 'regulated dealing’ and under the Act, a person must not engage in a regulated dealing unless they are registered. Therefore, registration is now compulsory for all Tasmanian commercial and recreational beekeepers. This requirement was formalised in new Biosecurity Regulations 2022 which came into effect on 2 November 2022.

Read more

Posted Tuesday, 7 March 2023, 6.00pm

News - Boutique Hotel

Media Release - Oatlands Boutique Hotel Proposal

Tasmanian-based THN Hospitality Pty Ltd (THN) is pleased to have been named the preferred proponent to develop a boutique hotel at Oatlands. Following a rigorous selection process and detailed collaboration, the Southern Midlands Council and THN Hospitality have signed a Development & Sale Agreement which addresses the conditions under which the project can progress.

Read more

Posted Thursday, 4 August 2022, 11.50am

News - Plastic bottles for recycling.

Contaminated Recycling

Due to recent amount of contamination in the recycling bins with general household waste. This is a timely reminder to Ratepayers and Residents of what can be placed in the Recycling Bins.

Read more

Posted Tuesday, 28 April 2020, 10.00am

News - Rubbish scattered around a green wheelie bin.

Waste Management Reminder unapproved materials

Council would like to remind all residents/ratepayers on the roadside collection service that ordinary waste and unapproved materials must not be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

Read more

Posted Tuesday, 17 March 2020, 4.00pm

  • Home
  • Email us
  • Print
  • Comment