Kiama Greens will announce their team for the 2021 Council Elections later in April. Watch this space and Kiama Greens social media for information on the candidates and the policies that they will bring to their roles as Councillors. Click here for link to Elections NSW.
Congratulations to Councillor Andrew Sloan on his election as the Deputy Mayor of Kiama. Andrew paid tribute to the hard work and commitment of fellow Greens Councillor Kathy Rice who served in the role for the previous two years. Kiama Independent Article Illawarra Mercury Article
Congratulations to Councillor Mark Honey on being elected Mayor and Councillor Kathy Rice Deputy Mayor. The next normal Council meeting is Tuesday 27 September at 5pm.
See below the results at the end of counting on Saturday. A guess for the new council ?? Way, Honey, Westhoff, Sloan, Rice, Brown, Steel, Reilly and ???? Click image to go to the elections website for the latest results
With the 2016 Kiama council elections looming, women being under represented in local government is a concern. For the first time in many years, Green’s Councillor Kathy Rice is the only woman among the nine Kiama Council members. Women make up fifty one percent of Kiama’s population and are key decision makers in families and […]
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The Gerroa Environmental Protection Society will be holding a workshop in association with the NSW Environmental Defenders Office at the Gerroa Neighbourhood Hall on Monday June 20 at 6PM to inform residents about the new State Biodiversity and land clearing legislation. The State Government is scrapping the Threatened Species Conservation and Land Clearing Acts and […]
Greens: First Sign of Spring The Gilmore Greens have announced their candidate, Carmel McCallum, for the upcoming federal election. Carmel is a pharmacist and has been a Greens member since 2004 when she joined The Greens to support Andrew Wilkie in the Sydney seat of Bennelong after the Australian government invaded Iraq based on the […]