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16 young locals join Team RVC in 2020

January 14, 2020

SIXTEEN young recruits have been welcomed to the ranks of Richmond Valley Council in 2020, in preparation for another successful year of Council’s award-winning Youth Employment Strategy (YES). YES was developed in 2014 to provide more employment and training opportunities for Richmond Valley youth while...

Council approves new 69-lot residential subdivision for Broadwater

December 23, 2019

 RICHMOND Valley Council has approved a proposed 69-lot residential development in Broadwater, at Council’s last ordinary meeting of 2020. The development application lodged by Ardill Payne and Partners in February 2019, proposed a subdivision to create 68 residential lots ranging from 667m2 to 1126m2, and...

Australia Day great opportunity to say ‘thank you’

December 18, 2019

Richmond Valley residents should plan for a grand Australia Day at the Casino Drill Hall precinct with preparations under way for a full program of spectacular events. As in past years, a local committee is chosen to host the day for the official Richmond Valley...

Council supports Valley’s clubs and organisations

December 6, 2019

FROM a vacuum cleaner for a community hall to a tennis club kitchen makeover, Richmond Valley Council’s latest round of financial assistance grants have delivered a long list of essential items and upgrades to the Valley’s numerous clubs and community groups. The first round of...

Have your say on future pathways in the Richmond Valley

December 5, 2019

Do you or your family members enjoy getting around town on foot, pedal or by other mobility means? Richmond Valley Council is currently reviewing its Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP), and has engaged consultants GeoLINK to carry out the review. The PAMP is a...

Rates relief for bush fire-impacted ratepayers

December 2, 2019

RICHMOND Valley Council is proposing several measures to ease the financial burden on residents impacted by the ongoing bush fire disaster. Following the Busbys Flat Road fire, which destroyed 42 homes and 95 outbuildings and damaged a further 57 structures, and now the Myall Creek...

Valley comes alive with Christmas celebrations

November 29, 2019

RICHMOND Valley Council will host three special Christmas events this year in Evans Head, Casino, and Rappville, with a smorgasbord of family-friendly fun to bring joy to the festive season. The first tree to be lit in the Richmond Valley is the Evans Head Christmas...

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