2017 press releases

  • Map of Fairfield Showground masterplan

    Council Plans To Deliver For The Community

    Published Friday, 26th May 2017

    Fairfield City Council has now endorsed key planning documents that outline exciting plans for the City’s future over the next four years.

  • Council to recognise Reconciliation Week

    Published Thursday, 25th May 2017

    Fairfield City Council will recognise National Reconciliation Week with an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flag raising ceremony.

  • Council helps students embrace science dreams

    Published Thursday, 25th May 2017

    Council has donated $1,000 to Cabramatta High School to help them in their quest to send eight students to the Space Academy Program in the United States.

  • #CaptureFairfield photo competition launch with Bossley Park High School Students

    #CaptureFairfield – Council Launches New Photography Competition

    Published Friday, 19th May 2017

    Fairfield City Council today launched an exciting new photography competition designed to capture a range of images across the City.

  • Tree planting by volunteers at Orphan School Creek in Canley Heights

    Planting For Our Waterways

    Published Thursday, 18th May 2017

    Fairfield City Council is on track to plant over 20,000 native plants along Orphan School Creek in Canley Heights and Georges River during May

  • Mayor Frank Carbone and puppy

    Free pet microchipping at Council

    Published Friday, 12th May 2017

    Fairfield City Council is helping to keep local pets safe by offering a free microchipping day for owners.

  • Simultaneous Storytime at Whitlam Library

    Library and Information Week 2017 - 'Celebrate'

    Published Wednesday, 10th May 2017

    Library and Information Week 2017 takes place from 22 to 28 May and Fairfield Open Libraries will bring new meaning to the word ‘celebrate’ with a variety of events.

  • Party at Bibby's flyer.

    All The World In One Place

    Published Friday, 5th May 2017

    In partnership with local businesses and community groups, Fairfield City Council is hosting Lunch@Bibby’s, a celebration of Bonnyrigg’s multi-faith and multicultural communities.

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