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    Ministers, MPs and Mayors Working for the Region at Biannual Leaders' Forum
    Health, the Greater Sydney Commission, planning for the future of northern Sydney and local job creation were the key points discussed at the SHOROC Leaders’ Forum of NSW Members of Parliament and Mayors.
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    New President, Executive Director and Annual Report for SHOROC
    The value of councils working together for the northern beaches and north shore has again been demonstrated as SHOROC released its annual report, while new leaders have taken the reins of the award-winning organisation for the year ahead.
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    Councils and OzHarvest to the Food Rescue in Australian First
    In an Australian first, Mayors from the Northern Beaches and North Shore today proudly launched a new OzHarvest van which will collect surplus food from local businesses to give to charities. OzHarvest works with local restaurants and cafes to reduce the amount of food being thrown away and help feed...
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    The Smallest Room Can Make it Big in Recycling
    Even though it is the smallest room in the house, the bathroom is big on recyclables and the SHOROC partner councils are asking residents to recycle their empty bathroom containers with a new campaign ‘You can recycle more than you think’ as part of National Recycling Week 9-15 November.
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    Making a B-Line for the Northern Beaches
    The Northern Beaches Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is another step closer with the NSW Government unveiling details of the new network called the B-Line. Expected to be up and running by late 2017, services on the new 27 kilometre bus rapid transit network will include...
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    You Can Recycle More Than You Think
    The four councils of Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah are calling on residents to recycle even more. The You can recycle more than you think campaign encourages residents to get their remaining recyclables out of their garbage and into their recycling bins where they can be turned back into...
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    Work Begins on $50M Brookvale Community Health Centre
    Demolition work has started on a derelict site on Pittwater Road to make way for the $50 million Brookvale Community Centre as part of the NSW Government's Northern Beaches Health Service Redevelopment. The centre will be a major hub for...
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    SHOROC Gets Grant to Help Business Reduce Waste Bills and Increase Recycling
    SHOROC and its partner councils – Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah – have been awarded a $200,000 NSW Government grant to help businesses measure their waste, reduce their waste bills, increase recycling and reduce their impact on the environment. Businesses are invited to register for a FREE waste assessment or...
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    Congratulations to Warringah and Pittwater Councils - Leaders in Local Government
    Warringah and Pittwater councils at the recent LG NSW Conference AR Bluett Award presentation The President of SHOROC has warmly congratulated Warringah and Pittwater councils for their recognition by the peak body for local government in NSW as two of the state’s leading councils. Warringah Council was the metropolitan winner of...

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