8 hours ago

LINK FOR LIVE COUNCIL MEETING: Tonight @ 7:00pm, via a live Zoom meeting, Council will be holding its first online Council Meeting.

ACCESS THE MEETING HERE๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡: www.coppercoast.sa.gov.au/council/council-committees/copper-coast-council-meeting-live-stream

In addition, the Agenda and Appendices are available now, and can be found here: www.coppercoast.sa.gov.au/council/agendas-and-minutes

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The Council Meeting is LIVE. Please use think provided above to access the meeting ๐Ÿ‘†๐Ÿผ

8 hours ago

COVID-19 SUPPORT: A message from SA Health ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Itโ€™s normal to feel stress and worry when there is a health event, like COVID-19, happening in the community.

This can affect any person who is concerned about the infection, with more specific concerns arising for those being tested, those in quarantine and those who have received a diagnosis.

Most people will manage with the support of family and friends, but others may need some extra help to keep things on track.

South Australians who are feeling overwhelmed, distressed or needing some additional mental health support in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic can now call our SA COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line on 1800 632 753 that includes support over phone and video, and a call-back service.

For more info about mental health support during the COVID-19 pandemic, visit: buff.ly/2QWMf6E

We are all in this together ๐Ÿ’œ

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9 hours ago

STORY TIME WITH MAYOR TALBOT: From Copper Coast Libraries: Today we welcome Roslyn Talbot the Mayor of the Copper Coast Council. Please enjoy The Very Hungry Caterpillar ๐Ÿ›

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
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Thanks Mayor Talbot - that was lovely๐Ÿฆ‹๐Ÿ‘

Great Mayor, always available. ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜€

Well done Ros! Loved it ๐Ÿ˜Š

1 day ago

DOWNLOAD THE CORONAVIRUS APP: Stay informed during these times, with information from the Australian Government and SA Health.

There are a number of ways you can download the app, across a number of different devices ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡

APPLE APP STORE: apps.apple.com/au/app/coronavirus-australia/id1503846231
GOOGLE PLAY STORE: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.gov.health.covid19
WHATSAPP CHANNEL: api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=61400253787&text=To%20learn%20more%20about%20COVID-19%20in%20Australi...

We encourage our Community to source information from reputable sources, as there is a number of sources that provide misleading information.

Thank you, and stay safe!

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Louise SymonsJulie SymonsKaren Frick Yandell

2 days ago

APRIL COUNCIL MEETING VIA ZOOM: The Monthly Council Meeting will be held this Wednesday, the 1st of April @ 7:00pm, via a live Zoom meeting.

This is the first time our Council Meeting has been held via an online system, so we look forward to trialing the new method (which has been implemented due to current Federal Government restrictions in regards to public gatherings), and welcome members of the public to view live.

The link attached here will give you access to the meeting: www.coppercoast.sa.gov.au/council/council-committees/copper-coast-council-meeting-live-stream

In addition, the Agenda and Appendices are available now, and can be found here: www.coppercoast.sa.gov.au/council/agendas-and-minutes

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3 days ago

โ€ผ๏ธUPDATE FROM THE MAYORโ€ผ๏ธ: For many of us the last week has been one of the most difficult and challenging in our lives.

I am sure most of you, like me, have been consumed by the information we have been receiving.

It is very important that you restrict your intake of information to that of a reliable source. I suggest both the Federal and State government sites are the best place to be accessing information: www.australia.gov.au/ and www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/health+topics/health+top...

I note the Federal Government have created an app - Coronavirus - that if you are able to access it is very comprehensive and current (we will post a separate post with information regarding this app).

We at the Council have been having regular updates from both the Premier and the State Minister for Local Government, and have been putting practices in place to ensure the safety of both our Staff and Community members. Many of our Community services have ceased and our staff are implementing practices that will ensure essential services can safely continue.

We have preempted a change in Legislation that would allow Council meetings to be held remotely, and over the last few weeks our IT Department have been streamlining a process to allow this to happen. Subject to us receiving the notice of the change in legislation by Wednesday, this monthโ€™s meeting will occur whilst Elected Members remain in their homes, participating via Zoom. Public access will be available via a live stream, and a link to this stream will be available on our website/Facebook. Again, we will provide more information in a separate post today.

Financial hardship is high on the Agenda for all tiers of Government and we have seen the State and Federal Governments releasing many support packages. We will be reviewing our Hardship Policy and will be implementing changes to help those that have been financially affected by this pandemic. As these changes occur, I assure you everyone will be made aware and we will endeavor to help in whatever way we can for those effected.

In regards to travel, we will be encouraging anyone considering travelling into our area to follow the advice of both our Federal and State Leaders, particularly around the advice of non-essential travel and staying home.

I suggest that all:
โ€ข Consider if their visit enables them to practice social distancing.
โ€ข Remember that many services are not available due to current restrictions.
โ€ข Should consider if it is appropriate for them to come in the first place (i.e. is it ESSENTIAL).

We will consider any actions we can take to ensure all possible safety measures are taken. But please note, I DO NOT have the legislative power to close the Copper Coast, however, I note that the Premier has given the SA Police the necessary powers to enforce social distancing, and the very restrictive social gathering policies.

By working together and looking out for each other we will beat this Pandemic. As a Nation it is important that we take our guidance from The Prime Minister, and as a State, we will take guidance from the Premier. As Mayor of Copper Coast, I will strive to maintain both the physical health and economic health and wellbeing of the Residents and Ratepayers of the Copper Coast, and will implement any measures asked of me by our State and Federal leaders.

As you can understand, the Nation and States situation is constantly changing, and we are doing all we can to keep our Community updated. Please continue to follow โ€˜Copper Coast Councilโ€™ on Facebook for future updates, as this will be our up-to-date news source for everything concerning our region.

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Peter FrickJulie SymonsKaren Frick Yandell

You had the power to shut water world, library etc etc. Is it time to shut the beaches and boat ramps? Pretty sure you have that power. Maybe I’m wrong.....

Thank you Mayor. All those who criticise you just need to be patient.

How will CCC tell visitors to NOT come. Kangaroo Island had a dramatic announcement. What will you say to the many many many new arrivals ? Will you put local health as priority 1 over tourism dollars? Will you seek SAPOL support to discourage visitors?

Please reconsider close access to our towns for the community and living sake

Too many travellers still out on the open roads that shouldn't be !!!! ....hubby is an interstate truckdriver & is amazed how many people have hooked up to their caravans & campers & hit the open roads ...& park bays....a lot of truckies are annoyed at this because they're hogging parking bays and aren't being hygienic !!!! ....I say don't let anyone that's not a local into Yorke Peninsula unless they have a reason such as tradies, deliverers etc.....he's already seen many ignorant travellers out there that aren't following any of the rules & guidelines ....I've been seeing caravans & campers travelling past my house here in Wallaroo over last couple of days....the virus is already at the Barossa ....because travellers are still in holiday mode & either don't care or are ignorant about the rules and pretend they didn't know just so they can have a holiday....if the virus is found on YP, especially Wallaroo, Kadina or Moonta (the shopping hubs of YP)....then what??? ....it' s too late once someone has it because they've probably already infected other people & areas that people touch ....imagine of they had it & decided to do grocery shopping??!!...we have a lot of elderly people living here that need to be protected, not to mention other people that are in " High risk catergory"....don't take the chance ....our hospitals & medical centre wouldn't cope if there's a huge influx of people that get the virus if it arrives here ....shut all of YP off to unnecessary visitors!!!!

If some of you read the above carefully The Mayor DOES NOT have the power to shut the area down so no use continually asking her to do it , it is up to the Police to administer the regulations put in place by the Federal & State Governments re non essential travel. Contact Fraser Ellis or Rowan Ramsey, they are the ones you should be targeting if you want more action taken !!

Thankyou! Any discussion on council rate discounts to landlords offering free and discounted rents both residential and commercial?

Im a rate payer on yp so i feel i have the right to be there also what stops some one from yp coming to adelaide to buy goods getting the virus and taking it back if agre that carravans that are traveling should not but as i stated im a rate payer if i cant come over and its not going to be only for 1week its going to be a lot longer who are going to maintain my property also if i cant go over i feel that i should be discounted on my rates also those that do travel for work what stops them from bringing the virus home and i feel that all be it i haven't been fishing for a while that it is essential as alot of people rae out of work now so it could be a meal for the family its possible a cheap meal

Jim

Any cases in yp

Dear Ms Talbot, I have a house in Copper Coast that is a holiday house. As many members of Copper Coast Residents and Ratepayers have quite strongly suggested we not come over Easter or anytime soon while Carona virus is around, is their a chance non residents (but ratepayers) can get reduction in rates. We are not using, rubbish collection, library, sewerage or any other council facilities. So how about it? Thank you

Thanks for the update. Stay safe stay positive

Thanks for all the hard work you’re doing great ๐Ÿ‘

As others have said before me, people are still coming over to Moonta Bay to their holiday homes. Couldn't the Mayor at least go on the news and ask people to stay at their permanent homes. Copper Coast is a retiree area. High numbers of over 60s.

Stay safe peeps

Mayor ms Talbot, Please, how do we find out if there are confirmed cases here in our copper coast? There are so many rumors going around the town's how do we get some confirmation please??

Karen Gams

Gino Petruzzella

So are you allowed to go fishing or not please?

As a resident of the copper coast I would love to see all boat ramps closed and people with holiday homes up this to stay home and close the roads

Sandra Bridge

3 days ago

SING-A-LONG WITH OUR CEO RUSSELL! From Copper Coast Libraries: Today we have the Copper Coast Council CEO Russell Peate presenting Wheels on the Bus ๐ŸšŒ Get ready to sing along at home :)

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My grandies are loving this service. Great job Russell.

What a great sport taking the time during all the craziness to do a storytime - love it! ๐Ÿ˜

Love it Russell - I think you really enjoyed doing that.๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘

Fantastic effort, well done Russell and Copper Coast Libraries ๐Ÿ˜

Great to see!

Great job

Wonderful. Thank you Russell. ๐Ÿ‘

Demi Miller

Lisa Walker - well done Russell

Thankyou! Bill loved singing along.

Bet that wasnt in your job description, good work Russell.

Good job Russell. Well done.

Great work Russell ๐Ÿ‘

Kristine Peters ๐Ÿ‘

Brilliant ๐Ÿ‘

Haha love it!

3 days ago

๐ŸšซPLAYGROUNDS, OUTSIDE GYMS AND SKATEPARKS CLOSED๐Ÿšซ: In relation to the Federal Governments updates on COVID-19 restrictions, all playgrounds, outside gyms and skateparks will be closed Nation Wide from today.

We urge everyone to please follow the new restrictions in place, and take added caution for the benefit of our Community.

PLEASE NOTE: Public Toilets remain OPEN, and we are implementing very strict and diligent hygiene/cleaning measures to keep them safe for public use.

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Wondering what the ruling is about being on the jetty

Went to town hardly anyone around

It’s not essential... so I would imagine a no go zone

Bit still send them to school and be closer than a park

We can't take kids to park, so are they allowed take boats out with more then one on board. If child can't go to a play ground 5 mins, why have they got the right take 4-5 out on their boats. Hey I love my boats also want to go out, but it's a non essential. The haters can hate, but put shoe on other foot 6 year old can't go see a mate, can't go fishing but okay for adults to do???

Can we still walk our dogs on the grass area, or is the whole area closed off?

Sherrie Atkins

5 days ago

COVID KINDNESS: Don't forget we're all in this together here in the Copper Coast! ๐Ÿ™

No matter what you are doing to get through, we can all look after each other, and go that bit further to help our Community in this tough time.

What can you do?
โœ…Get some fresh air, enjoy our beautiful beaches, and take your furry buddy for a walk ๐Ÿถ, but be sure to stay 1.5 - 2 metres from other people!
โœ…Explore our many online resources, such as e-books etc go to www.coppercoast.sa.gov.au/services/libraries for more
โœ…Support your local businesses by checking if they do takeaway, or if they have their produce available online
โœ…Check on your neighbours, make sure they are safe and have all they need
โœ…Practise good personal hygiene. Wash your hands regularly and cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze and cough.

We hope our Community has a great weekend. Look after one another ๐Ÿฅฐโค๏ธ

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Hope everyone stays safe and well

Just saw on the news this morning that ALL beaches are closed.

Jodi Panozzo go an enjoy that beach with your family xx

I thought the government has told us to stay home only go out if necessary

Libraries are closed now as well

Close the playgrounds!! No one is paying attention

Following the rules hopefully this will pass soon

5 days ago

KADINA DOG PARK TAKING SHAPE: A good news story for our Community and their furry friends ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿถ

As part of the $1million Council received in Drought Funding under the Federal Government Drought Communities Programme - Extension, Kadina will be the first to have a designated dog park for off-leash dog activities.

The Kadina Dog Park is taking shape with the fencing almost complete. As part of the fencing works, spacing between the bottom rail and the ground will be filled with compacted rubble.

See below for some progress pictures, there will be more to come as the project continues ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡

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Where will this be located please?

Casey Dolan

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Danette Conoley Rebecca Janewhen the corona virus goes you can take the dogs ๐Ÿฅฐ

Sylvia Retschitzegger this is like what we have here! ๐Ÿฅฐ

Richard King

Judy Cheshire

Quinn Hughes finally a park for u

Erin Lacy Mandy Miles

Kylie Field

Where is this

See Richie Johns I told you there was one in Kadina

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Carmel Kutcher

There is one in clare aswel

Yes Stacie Kim ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป it is on the Eastern end of Doswell terrace โ˜บ๏ธ We will provide a map as the facility approaches completion!

Tania Drewett Kane Drewett somewhere to take cody bum ๐Ÿฅบ

Davidvicky Rodda

Paully Kelly Scot Schapel

Prue Hicks๐Ÿ˜

Why does kadina get everything and Moonta nothing only 4800live in kadina 8000in Moonta but we miss out

Definitely need one at port Wakefield ๐Ÿ˜„

Emily Gardiner

Andrew Nykiel yes!!!!

Renée Smith

6 days ago

๐ŸŽ‰STORY TIME๐ŸŽ‰Welcome to today's story time brought to you by the Copper Coast Libraries team! Today's story is The Children Who Loves Books by Peter Carnavas

We will be making our own story book so if you can find some paper, colour pencils and your imagination. ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ“–

Sing along with Tiffney and see if you can recreate her craft with items from home!

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Steph Black

Peter Ash for Do

Bryar Ostendorf story time for you!

Great initiative for the children.

Nissa Westbrook Emma Westbrook Tiffany Porter

great work. love your work.

Thanks Tiff! We had a lovely time joining in with you ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ

Scott Atkinson Kelsey Atkinson

Amy Raymond Bonnie Raymond cool activity for the kids ๐Ÿ™‚

Why is the library still open, or is it a pod cast?

6 days ago

ELECTRIC MOBILITY SCOOTERS (GOPHER) CHARGING STATIONS INSTALLEDโ€“ A DISABILITY INCLUSION INITIATIVE: 5 new Electric Mobility (Gopher) Charging Stations have been installed and are accessible for the public in Kadina, Wallaroo and Moonta! ๐Ÿ›ต๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ”Œ

The aim of this initiative is to give people who use an electric mobility scooter, wheelchair or other similar transport the confidence to venture out into the community without the fear of being stranded by a flat battery!

Will there be a cost to charge your mobility scooter? No! Feel free to plug in and charge your scooter/wheelchair as you go out and about within our Community!

Where are the charging stations located and how many within out Community? There will be a total of 7 stations, detailed locations below ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡

Kadina:
- Kadina Community Library (inside)
- Victoria Square (to be installed as part of Victoria Square upgrade)

Wallaroo:
- Wallaroo Adventure Playground (at the shelter)
- Smelters Way path towards the Foreshore
- Wallaroo Foreshore (to be installed)

Moonta/Moonta Bay:
- Queen Square (Next to the Rotunda)
- Moonta Bay Foreshore

We will upload a map of the sites in the near future :)

This project was made possible as part of the Federal Government Drought Communities Programme - Extension.

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Awesome. Well done council ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคฉ

6 days ago

COPPER COAST RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE - NO CASH, EFTPOS ONLY โ€“ Due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) it has been decided that the Copper Coast Resource Recovery will remain open with normal opening hours, however, NO CASH will be accepted for transactions at the facility, Eftpos Only ๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ’ณ

Thank you for understanding and for doing your bit to keep our Community safe ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ‘

Opening Hours are๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡
Monday โ€“ Friday - 10.30am-3.00pm
Weekends โ€“ 10.00am-2.00pm
Public Holidays โ€“ Closed
Total Fire Ban Days โ€“ Open

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Question please . Will the caravan parks be closed for the Easter break ?

7 days ago

ONLINE SESSION #2 FOR KIDS AT HOME: Welcome to our online Rhythm & Rhyme Time Session. We will be using a musical instrument today, so grab something to make some music with me ๐Ÿ˜ Let's Sing ๐ŸŽถ Libraries SA #LibrariesSA

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Emma-Jane Woodley

You’re awesome ๐Ÿ‘

Jessica Mangelsdorf April Hunter Tara Appleby the kids might enjoy this

Well done Wendy. Was greatly enjoyed this morning in our house. ๐Ÿ™Œ

Steph Black

Morgan Jaye Fisher

Kadek Rani

Thanks Wendy, we loved this session today!!! Looking forward to the next one ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿผ

Love your work. Well done Wendy.

Louise Emily

Great work Wendy

Hayley Daniel

Thank you for this.

Kelsey Atkinson Scott Atkinson

Sarah Pfeiler

1 week ago

HERE TO HELP: A message from Lifeline: We understand our local communities have faced some extraordinary challenges in recent months with drought, floods, bushfires and now COVID-19.

If youโ€™re feeling overwhelmed, please know weโ€™re here for you, and will continue to be, anytime of the day or night on 13 11 14. Lifeline Text is also available nightly, 6pm โ€“ midnight (AEDT) on 0477 13 11 14.
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1 week ago

COVID-19 UPDATE, 25TH MARCH: In response to the Federal Governments 2nd round of Restrictions, Council has had to close several key Community Services, but has implemented online alternatives for those still looking to utilise our key facilities. Details below๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡

KEY TAKEAWAYS:
๐ŸšซCopper Coast Libraries will be CLOSED from today until further notice.
๐ŸšซCopper Coast Visitor Information Centre will be CLOSED from today until further notice.
๐ŸšซCommunity Halls (i.e. Town Halls etc) will be CLOSED from today until further notice.
๐ŸšซCopper Coast Putt Putt will be CLOSED until further notice

MORE INFO:
Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre will be CLOSED to the public. However, our team is still accesible via email or phone. So if you require any information, or wish to update our team, please call 8821 2333 or email visit@coppercoast.sa.gov.au

Copper Coast Libraries: At this time we are aware of the need to be vigilant in preventing the further spread of COVID-19, but also acknowledge how important library books, resources and services are for the mental wellbeing of our community. Both Kadina & Wallaroo libraries will be offering a click, call & collect service until further directions.

To access this service please ring 8821 0444 or email library@coppercoast.sa.gov.au with your request. Staff will then select items for you, arrange a pick up time and leave the items outside the library for you to collect. The Home Delivery service will be expanded so it is also possible to have items delivered to your door.

MOONTA COMMUNITY LIBRARY will offer a phone order and delivery service from the 7th of April to those in the Moonta area. Ring 8825 1511 between 9am and 10am Tuesday-Friday to place your order.

eBooks and eMagazines are available online free of charge โ€“ visit the Online Library Catalogue on the Council Website (coppercoast.sa.gov.au)

Childrenโ€™s sessions will continue to be added to our facebook page at normal session times โ€“ Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings โ€“ join Wendy, Tiff and celebrity presenters for songs, stories and craft ideas.
As we know, things change rapidly, so please keep up to date with what we can provide either on our facebook page โ€“ Copper Coast Libraries โ€“ or by phone on 8821 0444.

FINAL WORDS: Please consider communicating with us online or over the phone rather than visiting our offices in person.

If you need to speak to a staff member in person at our principal office in Kadina, please email or call ahead. Please do not visit if you have returned to South Australia in the past fortnight, or have been in contact with someone confirmed or suspected of contracting COVID-19.

You can contact our team on 8828 1200 Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, and via email at info@coppercoast.sa.gov.au at any time.

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What about the resource centre at Wallaroo is that open

Just wondering if there have been any cases of the virus in the copper coast area? Just concerned for my parents that live there...

If there was a case up on the copper coast area it would be all over the news and social media I think it's just copper coast people at it again

There has been no case up here on the Yp cos we would have been told and it would have been on the news. If you have heard other wise it's just rumours

Are scouts still able to run? If not wallaroo scout hall had a few people in the hall.

Wallaroo scouts were staying open in line with schools but they received a directive from Scouts SA that this week was to be final group meetings in hall for all scout groups so in line with that they held their final break up night this week at the hall Geordie De Lisen Sarina Tremayne

So is the council going to try and dissuade people visiting here from Adelaide like Robe? I realise there may be situations that it is needed, but so far we have no cases. Letting visitors/holiday makers here from Adelaide is putting our area at risk. The same can be said with people going to Adelaide from here and coming back. Again, I understand there are certain situations where it can't be helped. It just seems some people still don't understand the severity of the Coronavirus situation and are still in denial. ๐Ÿคท Probably most people will follow the non-essential travel rule, but there are always the ones who think they have a right to do whatever they want. No rude replies please.

There needs to be a police road block set up and only those that live here allowed in and out for essential appointments or we will have cases here , council need to act on this for over Easter

1 week ago

SUPPORT LOCAL: We know our Community is doing its best to adhere to the Federal and State Government restrictions, implementing social distancing where required, and keeping their work environments as clean and safe as possible.

We just want to remind our Community that our local businesses need support, now more than ever. As some services remain open, some have been restricted, and some have shut for the time being. NOW is the time to let them know you care, and will support them as they do their best to work through these tough times.

What can you do?
โœ… Order takeaway
โœ… Ask if they offer home delivery
โœ… See what you can order through local businesses over the phone, or online
โœ… If you have made an appointment or booking, donโ€™t just cancel, ring and see what the service provider recommends
โœ… Write a positive review about a local service that you have used recently, so that when everything opens again, people can use your experience as a reference!

At this time, it is about local businesses staying afloat to keep locals employed.

We are all in this together... let's all do our bit to help Copper Coast businesses and locals through tough times.

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1 week ago

๐Ÿ”ฅBURNING PERMITS๐Ÿ”ฅ: Farmers yet to obtain a Schedule 9 permit for Broadacre Burning, please do so ASAP.

Our team can process and organise any requests over the phone or via email. This is the preferable method if possible, please avoid coming into the Council Office (help us to reduce social spreading amid current distancing restrictions).

Thank you for understanding, and for doing your bit to keep our Community safe.
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Garrett Bettess

1 week ago

ONLINE SESSIONS FOR KIDS AT HOME: What a fantastic initiative by our Copper Coast Libraries! Follow their page for more fun, at home sessions for the kids :)

๐ŸŽ‰Welcome to our first online children's session! ๐ŸŽ‰
As we are not currently holding sessions in the library we thought it would be a great opportunity to run some online so you can still enjoy them from home!

Today's story is Ribbit by Jorey Hurley.
Book design by Lizzy Bromley.
Published by Simon & Schuster books for young people.

Sing along with Wendy to the Wriggle and Giggle session, enjoy the story and have some fun!

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Teressa Linke show Lisa.

Kadek Rani

Fantastic guys. What a wonderful idea. I am sure the kids will love this video

Jodie Murphy

Lisa Morfey

Thanks Wendy! Great idea we loved it

Emily Gibbs maso can watch this ๐Ÿ˜

Talia Nadich, show Tate

Claire Flowers for William.

Lisa Cooper for Arlo

Marilyn Eastwood this is one of Lily’s child care teachers ๐Ÿ’• so good what they do even when we’re in lockdown ๐Ÿ’•

LOVE this Wendy ๐Ÿ’—

Christine Bowman Susan Sparrow so they can still have Wendy at child care?

This is great ๐Ÿ˜Š

Hayley Jenkins

Great stuff Wendy!

Thank you everyone for your wonderful feedback, the Copper Coast Libraries team are doing an awesome job, and your support is appreciated!

Thanks Wendy ๐Ÿ˜Š

Kayla Perry

Larrissa Wallace

Well done! It's great to have something fun to show the kids x

Morgan

Amazing to see everyone enjoying Wendy's first online session! We'd love to see more pictures (like this) of our Community enjoying the Wriggle and Giggle time ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜

Well done Ladies what an excellent idea.๐Ÿค—

Great idea ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

1 week ago

A message from Australian Government Department of Health and Scott Morrison (ScoMo): โš ๏ธTHIS โฌ‡๏ธ is why social distancing is so important. Please listen and act so we can save lives and livelihoods.

What can you do?
โ€ข Maintain 1.5m distance in general environments
โ€ข 2x2m of distance for internal/closed environments
โ€ข Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your elbow.
โ€ข Wash hands regularly, especially when unwell.
โ€ข Wipe surfaces that are touched frequently.
โ€ข Stay home from work if unwell.

We're all in this together, lets look after one another.

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Powerful If you don’t get it now you will never get it

Those figures all wrong. All the people who are half people in the diagrams will die of blood loss before they have a chance to spread the virus. But on a serious note, you cannot infect half a person, so the multiplayer affect is skewered to the upside.