Home > Nash, Minister for Local Government and Territories > Media Releases > 2017 > September Listen A- A+ Media Releases September 2017 29SEP2017New Solar Panel System Lights Up Tweed Shire Art GalleryThe Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre will have much lower energy bills after a solar power system was installed. 27SEP2017Cudgen Surf Club rolls into summerBeachgoers in Kingscliff, New South Wales, will benefit from more efficient lifesaving patrols of public beaches, thanks to a recent handover of equipment to the local surf club. 26SEP2017Taree Motorcycle Club goes to another levelA new rooftop area which can hold 100 spectators is among the great new improvements to Taree Motorcycle Club. 25SEP2017Renovation breathes new life into Inglewood's Town Hall The community of Inglewood near Bendigo in Victoria gathered today to celebrate the reopening of the historic Town Hall, with the $2.15 million restoration works now complete. 22SEP2017Shepherding the sporting talent into SheppartonShepparton residents will be able to play, train and compete at a new and improved $21 million Greater Shepparton Regional Sports Precinct. 22SEP2017Dungeon Youth Centre brings kids on boardSome of Perth's most vulnerable residents will be able to attend job interviews following the purchase of an eight-seater van by the Dungeon Youth Centre in Ballajura. 20SEP2017Boost for East Lismore koala centreMore cute and cuddly Northern Rivers koalas will be rescued and looked after following the official opening of the new Burribi Education and Administration Centre today. 19SEP2017Rockhampton shelter gains solar power systemThe Rockhampton region today welcomed the installation of a new solar power system following a $50,000 upgrade at the Rockhampton Women's Shelter. 18SEP2017Another sporting win for the Coffs CoastThe new transport hub at the Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park was opened today in Coffs Harbour following a $971,668 upgrade to the centre's transport facilities. 18SEP2017Ramping up the future of ExeterThe redevelopment of the local community precinct in Exeter, Tasmania, will begin construction in 2018, following the approval of funding today. 15SEP2017Barmera receives a new look pavilionThe first sod was turned today on construction of the Riverland Exhibition Centre Presentation Pavilion in Barmera, South Australia. 15SEP2017Tamworth to sport new event—pulling potentialConstruction has begun on the $17.2 million Northern Inland Centre of Sporting Excellence in Tamworth. 08SEP2017McEvoy Oval Finishes First PlaceBrand new facilities at McEvoy Oval, in Umina Beach on the NSW Central Coast were unveiled today after the completion of an $800,430 upgrade funded by Federal and NSW Coalition Governments and local sporting organisations. 04SEP2017Golden Plains Eagles set to soar from new pavilionA major upgrade to the Soccer Pavilion in Bannockburn, around 20 kilometres north-east of Geelong, was unveiled today. 01SEP2017Tambellup Sports Pavilion redevelopment a win for allThe small town of Tambellup, about 270 kilometres south-east of Perth, today celebrated the official opening of its upgraded sports and community facilities at the Tambellup Sport Pavilion.