• And The Winner Is…Gloucester!

    19/11/2014

    Months of preparation, countless hours spent assessing and judging in every corner of the state, and hearts and souls poured into the initiatives and projects keeping our towns vibrant have finally culminated in the highly anticipated announcing of the winners at Nundle’s Tidy Towns Awards Weekend. The most prestigious win of the evening went to […]

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  • EnviroMentors Join the Community at the ‘Lost Plot’

    07/05/2014

    During the Easter school holidays the EnviroMentors took part in Port Macquarie Community Garden ‘The Lost Plot’ for an event run by Port Macquarie-Hastings council. The two weekends celebrated community spirit and spread the joy of gardening. Through funding from the NSW Community Builders program, Port Macquarie’s Community Garden has become a place for creativity, agriculture […]

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  • Tasi Town of Sheffield Wins Overall Tidy Town Title

    22/04/2014

    Congratulations to Sheffield, the Tasmanian town who took home the Overall Title at Tidy Towns this year. Sheffield brands itself as ‘Tasmania’s Outdoor Art Gallery’, as it has become well-known for its outstanding murals. A testament to community pride and honouring the history of the town, the murals are a surface-deep sign of the deep […]

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  • Congratulations Nundle! Nundle Wins Community Action & Partnerships Award at National Tidy Towns

    04/04/2014

      Nundle has won the award for Community Action & Partnerships at the National Tidy Towns Awards, as well as being highly commended for the Heritage and Culture Award! We at Keep NSW Beautiful are all incredibly proud of Nundle’s achievements in community and sustainability. The awards were announced today at the national ceremony hosted […]

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  • EnviroMentors Join Close the Gap Day Celebrations

    28/03/2014

    Last week the EnviroMentors took part in a Close the Gap event – a national campaign aimed at achieving health equality between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Aboriginal Australians. Up to 500 students and members of the Aboriginal community marked Birpai Aboriginal Land Council Close the Gap Day event in Port Macquarie, last Friday 21st […]

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  • Environmental vandalism or magic bullet? Panellists debate CDL at KNSWB Congress: Less Litter, Live Better

    26/03/2014

    Like the imperishable plastic it haggles over, the debate over Container Deposit Legislation just won’t go away. Dubbed the ‘undead zombie’ of recycling by Keep Victoria Beautiful representative Dick Gross during a panel discussion hosted by Keep NSW Beautiful at their 2014 Congress: Less Litter, Live Better, it reared its head again. However this was not […]

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