Save the Date: For Light Up the Night in Canowindra which will be held on 31st October 2020. For more updates follow Canowindra Light The Night 2020 on Facebook.
Have Your Say: Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) is encouraging residents to have their say on After-Hours Healthcare Services in their local area with a new survey exploring what services would be suitable for communities across the region. The WNSW PHN is hoping to gauge the thoughts and expertise of locals and health professionals to develop optimum models of service delivery that provide access to After-Hours Services for all Western NSW communities for people whose health condition requires treatment outside of regular service delivery hours, while not being reliant upon local emergency departments. The After-Hours Services survey is open until Friday 24th July, and can be found on the WNSW PHN website, www.wnswphn.org.au
Council News: At its Ordinary Meeting on 23rd June 2020, Cabonne Council resolved to place the Draft Canowindra Mainstreet Precinct Issues Paper on exhibition for public comment. The document is now available for public inspection and comment until 5pm on Sunday 25th July 2020. Written submissions should be addressed to the General Manager, PO Box 17 Molong or can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org All documents are located on Cabonne Council’s website: https://www.cabonne.nsw.gov.au/Council/Public-Notices
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Congratulations: To local Real Estate Agent Kaila Millar from LJ Hooker in Canowindra who has been nominated as a finalist for the Real Estate Business Newcomer of the Year Award.
The Text Message You Want To Receive: Western NSW Local Health District has encouraged anyone having a test for COVID-19 to ask whether they are able to receive negative test results by text message. If you’re having a COVID-19 test in a public hospital or in the mobile services operated by the Western NSW Local Health District, then you are eligible to register to receive negative test results by text message. Everyone who has a test is asked to isolate until they receive their results.