The Mount Isa Anzac Centenary Working Group has now been formed. The purpose of the group will be to plan for the Centenary anniversary of ANZAC Day next year, and will work together to take full advantage of any grants available to fund this event.
The Mount Isa PCYC Youth League recently teamed up with Council to deliver the latest news in water and drought information, and earned themselves some pocket money for their efforts.
The council- led CCTV system installed earlier this year has aided police in apprehending offenders committing crimes throughout the CBD. Just this week several youths were caught just minutes after a brazen break and enter at two CBD businesses.
As drought conditions continue to plague the North West, the city’s water consumption continues to fall, with the latest figures revealing consumption has dropped considerably since the beginning of the year.
MOUNT Isa residents have their chance to recognise outstanding members of the community with nominations for the 2015 Australian of the Year Awards now open
A brochure will be delivered to every household in Mount Isa in the coming weeks to fully explain the cost increase and the true facts of the Mount Isa water supply, including an explanation of the temporary water levy worth more than $400 to each household.
There has never been a better time for individuals and sporting groups to boost their profile and apply for newly available funding. The Get Going and Get Playing funding programs are offering up to $100,000 in funds for eligible applicants. Check it out now!
The city of Mount Isa is set to be safer than ever after this week’s completion of a CCTV network throughout the CBD.
MOUNT Isa sporting groups and individuals are encouraged to ‘Get in the Game’ next month as several funding opportunities open up. Please see here for more details.