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    Residents and visitors to Burdekin Shire can stay up to date with the latest public notices, media releases, road closures, offers, and job vacancies which are shown below.

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    Tender TBSC/14/018 – Underboring of Rail and Road Corridors including installation of Enveloper Pipe and 450mm Water Main

    Tenders closing at 12 noon on Friday 10 October 2014 are invited for TBSC/14/018 – Underboring of Rail and Road Corridors including installation of Enveloper Pipe and 450mm Water Main.
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    Posted Tuesday, 16th September 2014 in Current Tenders, Public Notices

    Tenders closing with the undersigned at 12 noon on Friday 10 October 2014 are invited for the above tender.

    Tender documents will be available from Thursday 18 September 2014 and can be obtained by contacting Denise Partridge on (07) 4783 9834 or email

    Tenderers are advised that a compulsory site meeting will be held on Monday 29 September 2014 at 11:00 am at the intersection of Home Hill Road (Bruce Highway) and Clements Street, Ayr.

    Enquiries should be made to Mr Gary Keane – Manager N.D.R.R.A. on (07) 4783 9924 or by emailing

  • 2014 Great Northern Cleanup Day

    Burdekin Great Northern Clean Up removes almost 4 tonnes of rubbish from river

    Bed frames, mattresses, vertical blinds, hot water systems, tyres and roofing iron were among almost four tonnes of rubbish removed from the Burdekin River bed, the site of Sunday’s Burdekin Great Northern Clean Up.
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    Posted Monday, 15th September 2014 in Media Releases

    Bed frames, mattresses, vertical blinds, hot water systems, tyres and roofing iron were among almost four tonnes of rubbish removed from the Burdekin River bed, the site of Sunday’s Burdekin Great Northern Clean Up.

    Burdekin Shire Council Governance and Local Laws Manager Dan Mulcahy thanked all who came to help.

    Mr Mulcahy said although there were only 13 people turn up to help at the Clean Up, the event could be called a success due to the amount of illegally dumped rubbish collected.

    “There were only a few helpers, but they managed to collect almost four tonnes of rubbish in just a couple of hours, which was a great effort,” he said.

    “I’d like to especially thank Jim Breadsell for bringing his tractor loader down, it made the collection of the rubbish a lot easier.

    “Imagine how much more could have been removed if more people had taken the time to help.”

    Mr Mulcahy said the pile of rubbish was picked up and taken to the Kirknie Road Landfill by Council today.

    “It’s amazing what sort of items were found and the effort people must have gone to when they dumped it here in the first place,” he said.

    “Most of the items found illegally dumped would have not cost the dumper anything if they had taken it to our waste transfer stations or to the Kirknie Road Landfill.

    “Cars can be taken for free to a wrecking yard, sorted household waste is free at our waste transfer stations and the fees for unsorted waste are minimal.

    “It’s very disappointing to see this sort of rubbish being dumped in the river bed.”

    Mr Mulcahy said residents should check Council’s website using the following link or contact the Customer Service Centre for details of what was free to take to the Shire’s waste transfer stations.

    More information about waste disposal.

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    Notice of making of Local Law

    Burdekin Shire Council (the “Council”) has, by resolution dated the 9th day of September 2014, made each of— Animal Management (Amendment) Local Law (No. 1) 2014; and Animal Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014.
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    Posted Thursday, 11th September 2014 in Public Notices

    Local Government Act 2009

    Burdekin Shire Council (Making of Local Law) Website Notice (No. 1) 2014

    Making of local law

    1. Burdekin Shire Council (the “Council”) has, by resolution dated the 9th day of September 2014, made each of—
    • Animal Management (Amendment) Local Law (No. 1) 2014; and
    • Animal Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014.

    Local law that authorises the subordinate local law to be made

    1. Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2012 authorises the making of Animal Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014.

    Local law amended

    1. Animal Management (Amendment) Local Law (No. 1) 2014 amends Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2012.

    Subordinate local law amended

    1. Animal Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014 amends Subordinate Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2012.

    Purpose and general effect

    1. The purpose and general effect of—
    • Animal Management (Amendment) Local Law (No. 1) 2014 is to provide for the registration of cats by imposing registration obligations on cat owners; and
    • Animal Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014 is to supplement the cat registration regime contained in the amending local law.

    Consolidated version of local law

    1. Council has, by resolution dated the 9th day of  September 2014, adopted a consolidated version of each of—
    • Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2012; and
    • Subordinate Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2012.

    Inspection

    1. Copies of each of Animal Management (Amendment) Local Law (No. 1) 2014, Animal Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014 and the consolidated versions of each of Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2012 and Subordinate Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2012 may be—
    • inspected and purchased at Council’s public office at 145 Young Street, Ayr;
    • viewed by the public on the website of the Department of Local Government; and
    • viewed by the public on the Council’s website using the following link.
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    Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour stops in Burdekin next Saturday

    The Burdekin is counting off the days until the Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour arrives in Home Hill next Saturday (September 20).
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    Posted Thursday, 11th September 2014 in Media Releases

     

    The Burdekin is counting off the days until the Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour arrives in Home Hill.

    Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Bill Lowis said the organising committee was locking in the final details for the celebrations at the Burdekin Race Club next Saturday (September 20).

    “This is an exciting time for the Burdekin as we are just one of 34 places in Australia and New Zealand to host this year’s Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour,” he said.

    “Residents will have the chance to see this year’s Cup up close and talk with Cup-winning jockey John Marshall.

    “We have also organised for the Cup to visit the Lower Burdekin Home for the Aged in Home Hill so our senior residents can have look at this iconic trophy.

    “Home Hill businesses are being urged to dress their shop windows in a Melbourne Cup theme next week and as an incentive the Home Hill Chamber of Commerce has offered a $200 prize for the winner.

    “Police will escort the Cup which is being transported in a 1901 Rio Convertible Ford Vintage Model T and four vintage vehicles from the Burdekin Cruisers Car Club along Queen Street, Ayr, and over to the Burdekin Race Club in Home Hill where the party will begin from noon.”

    Cr Lowis said the free event was a chance for the whole family to enjoy a fun day together.

    “There will be local races on and plenty of entertainment off the track as well,” he said.

    “Jumping castles and face painting are free for children coming along and there also will be markets held as well.

    “A fashion parade, dancers, local entertainers and the Home Hill Choral Society will add to the party atmosphere of the day.

    “There’ll be raffles, $50 cash draws and of course there’ll be bookies on course for the local races, so everyone has a chance to be a winner.”

     

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    Burdekin River Bridge – Single Lane Closures

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) wishes to advise that weather permitting, single lane closures on the Burdekin River Bridge will be occuring in September 2014.
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    Posted Wednesday, 10th September 2014 in Current Burdekin Bridge Closures, Current Road Conditions

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) wishes to advise that weather permitting, single lane closures on the Burdekin River Bridge will take place on the following dates:

    • Wednesday 10th September to Friday 12th September 2014
    • Wednesday 17th September to Thursday 18th September 2014

    Between the hours of 9.30am and 2.30pm.

    During this time, speed restrictions will be in place and the site will be under traffic control.  North and South bound road users should expect minor delays.

    To minimise disruptions, heavy vehicle operators with loads wider than three meters must contact David Macauley on 0407 690 314 to advise of an anticipated time of arrival to allow for road barriers and other infrastructure to be cleared.  Failure to give notice will result in further delays.

    We apologise for any inconvenience and seek your cooperation during this program of works.

    If you have any queries in relation to this work, please contact the Department of Transport and Main Roads Community Engagement Services team on 1800 625 648

     

  • Cadet Environmental Health Officer Emily Jones

    Burdekin businesses offered free waste audit to boost recycling efforts

    Burdekin businesses are being challenged to increase their recycling efforts by taking up a free waste audit.
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    Posted Wednesday, 10th September 2014 in Media Releases

     

    Burdekin businesses are being challenged to increase their recycling efforts by taking up a free waste audit.

    Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Bill Lowis said Council was offering businesses the opportunity to have a waste audit in an effort to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.

    “Businesses in Ayr, Home Hill and Brandon can join the program which is aimed at reducing waste, increasing recycling rates and reducing littering of waste produced from takeaway food shops,” he said.

    “Most people are familiar with recycling at home, but it is a different story when it comes to being at work.

    “Generally, business owners do want to reduce waste and the cost associated with that, but don’t always have the best information on how to do that.

    “This is where council officers are helping out by undertaking waste audits which aim to find opportunities to reduce waste and increase recycling opportunities.

    “Recycling is usually cheaper than taking waste to landfill and it has added environmental benefits.”

    Cr Lowis said businesses were sent invitations for council officers to conduct waste audits last week.

    “Council has already had a number of businesses take up this offer, but as added incentive 40 businesses will be given a free set of separation bins, valued at $200, to help separate waste into recyclable and non recyclable waste,” he said.

    “Council employees undertaking the audits also have information, signs, posters and bin stickers to hand out to assist business with recycling efforts.

    “Reducing the amount of waste going to landfill benefits the entire community through reducing landfill costs and in particular landfill construction costs.

    “Ultimately it will be up to business to make recycling work for them, but help is out there to get Burdekin Businesses Busy Recycling.”

    The Getting Burdekin Business Busy Recycling project is funded through a grant jointly funded by the Australian Packaging Covenant and Department of Environment and Heritage Protection.

     

  • Burdekin 10,000 Steps Community Challenge winners 2014

    Almost 80 million steps recorded in Burdekin 10,000 Steps Community Challenge

    Almost 80 million steps were recorded by participants in this year’s Burdekin 10,000 Steps Community Challenge.
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    Posted Tuesday, 9th September 2014 in Media Releases

     

    Almost 80 million steps were recorded by participants in this year’s Burdekin 10,000 Steps Community Challenge.

    Community Development Manager Tony Vaccaro congratulated the participants for taking part in the six-week event.

    “We had a fantastic response to the 10,000 Steps Challenge this year with 182 people signing up,” he said.

    “Only 20 dropped out of the Challenge, so that is a great result and I thank the community for taking part.”

    “The winning team was Stirlo’s Steppers A, which recorded a total of 1,101,733 steps, which is based on the team’s average steps for the entire six-week challenge.

    “The Ladies’ Challenge winner was Deb Harris from The Sole Mates, who recorded a massive total of 1,809,207 steps.

    “The Mens’ Challenge winner was Ian McChesney-Clark from The Pace Makers, who tallied 1,050,215 for the six weeks.

    “Congratulations to the Challenge winners who have won some fantastic prizes, but really, everyone who participated is a winner in my view.”

    The Top 10 participants were Deb Harris 1,809,207; Tennille Myles 1,806,524; Sue Piotto 1,668,480; Donna Plant 1,558,504; Teneill Ready 1,414,656; Lisa Stirling 1,197,085; Andrea Piotto 1,153,945; Ian McChesney-Clark 1,050,215; Linda Christensen 1,037,030 and Joanne Codega 1,003,874.

    Each member of the winning team will receive a prize package valued at $139 including one month’s free membership at Curves valued at $79, Sportfirst prize pack valued at $50 and $10 voucher from Fit 4 Life NQ.

    The Ladies’ Challenge and Mens’ Challenge winners received a $240 prize package including one free bootcamp voucher from NRGIZE Fitness valued at $180, Weight Watchers prize pack valued at $50 and $10 voucher from Fit 4 Life NQ.

     

  • Dog and Cat

    Last chance to register pets or face fines

    Burdekin residents who have not renewed their pet’s registration are on notice they will face fines if they do not register their animal by 5pm on September 24.
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    Posted Monday, 8th September 2014 in Media Releases

    Burdekin residents who have not renewed their pet’s registration are on notice they will face fines if they do not register their animal by 5pm on September 24.

    Burdekin Shire Council Governance and Local Laws Manager Dan Mulcahy said Council was sending out final warning letters this week.

    “These letters are being sent out today (Monday, September 8) and are going to residents who, by Council records, have not yet renewed their animal’s registration,” he said.

    “Residents will have until 5pm on Wednesday, September 24, to get their animal registered, but if after that period the animal registration has not been renewed, Council will issue a $227 on-the-spot fine for having an unregistered animal.

    “Animal registrations were due on July 31, so Council has been quite lenient up until now.

    “The Burdekin Shire has about 600 unregistered animals at the moment.”

    Mr Mulcahy said state legislation required dogs and cats to be registered.

    “I urge residents to register their pets and avoid being fined,” he said.

    “If you need to update the details of your pet please contact Council to ensure you don’t receive a visit from our friendly compliance officers.”

    For further information on animal registrations and fees, please visit Council’s website www.burdekin.qld.gov.au or contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

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    Quotation QBSC/14/033 – Purchase and Removal of Structures – Top Crossing Road, Giru

    Quotations are invited for the purchase and removal of structures located at Top Crossing Road, Giru. Closing date: 4pm 3 October 2014
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    Posted Monday, 8th September 2014 in Current Quotations

    Quotations are sought from suitably qualified contractors, or individuals who will sub-contract suitably qualified contractors, to remove structures situated at Top Crossing Road, Giru.

    Scope of Works

    The project includes the complete removal of structures at Top Crossing Road, Giru.

    General Description of Structures

    1. Small timber framed shed with corrugated iron walls on cement slab
    2. Corrugated iron roof frame on low concrete structured walls
    3. Small open shelter with corrugated iron roof on concrete slab and concrete objects nearby

     

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    Excitement builds for Melbourne Cup visit to Burdekin

    Excitement is building in the Burdekin as the Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour nears its Home Hill stop on September 20.
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    Posted Wednesday, 3rd September 2014 in Archived

    Excitement is building in the Burdekin as the Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour nears its Home Hill stop on September 20.

    Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Bill Lowis said this was a once in a lifetime opportunity for Burdekin residents to view the Melbourne Cup trophy.

    “This will be your chance to see the golden cup up close and even have the opportunity to have a picture taken holding it,” he said.

    “The Burdekin Race Club in Home Hill has planned a fantastic day of races and family entertainment to mark this special occasion.

    “Home Hill is one of only 34 stops on the Cup’s tour of Australia and New Zealand and Council is proud to be a part of this event.”

    Locals also will get the chance to talk with Tour Ambassador and racing veteran John Marshall who rode Rogan Josh to victory in the 1999 Melbourne Cup. He also won the 1988 Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Canberra on Beau Zam.

What's On

Current Job Vacancies

  • How to Apply

    Application packages are available from the Human Resources Office at the Shire Chambers, 145 Young St, Ayr, Qld, 4807, telephone (07) 4783 9800 or this website - just click on the position that interests you and download the application package.

    Once you have obtained the application package and prepared your application it can be lodged online using the links below or by mail to Confidential Application, PO Box 974, Ayr, Qld, 4807.

    Apply Online

    Online Job Application Form

    Online Traineeship Application Form


    Current job vacancies are shown below.

  • There are no Current Job Vacancies at the moment.

Public Tenders

  • Marketplace

    Welcome to the Burdekin Shire Council Marketplace, where you will find details of:

    • items for sale
    • opportunities to supply Council with products or services

    Offers to buy items or supply to Council may be invited through expressions of interest, quotation, or tender.
    In accordance with the Local Government Regulation 2012:

    • Tenders are used for the purchase and sale of goods and services valued at $200,000 or more (excluding GST).
    • Expressions of interest are used in some circumstances prior to calling for tenders.
    • Quotations are sought for items valued at less than $200,000 (excluding GST).
    • Items are occasionally offered for sale at a fixed price if they do not sell when offered for sale by tender or auction.
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    Tender TBSC/14/018 – Underboring of Rail and Road Corridors including installation of Enveloper Pipe and 450mm Water Main

    Tenders closing at 12 noon on Friday 10 October 2014 are invited for TBSC/14/018 – Underboring of Rail and Road Corridors including installation of Enveloper Pipe and 450mm Water Main.
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    Posted Tuesday, 16th September 2014 in Current Tenders, Public Notices

    Tenders closing with the undersigned at 12 noon on Friday 10 October 2014 are invited for the above tender.

    Tender documents will be available from Thursday 18 September 2014 and can be obtained by contacting Denise Partridge on (07) 4783 9834 or email

    Tenderers are advised that a compulsory site meeting will be held on Monday 29 September 2014 at 11:00 am at the intersection of Home Hill Road (Bruce Highway) and Clements Street, Ayr.

    Enquiries should be made to Mr Gary Keane – Manager N.D.R.R.A. on (07) 4783 9924 or by emailing

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    Quotation QBSC/14/033 – Purchase and Removal of Structures – Top Crossing Road, Giru

    Quotations are invited for the purchase and removal of structures located at Top Crossing Road, Giru. Closing date: 4pm 3 October 2014
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    Posted Monday, 8th September 2014 in Current Quotations

    Quotations are sought from suitably qualified contractors, or individuals who will sub-contract suitably qualified contractors, to remove structures situated at Top Crossing Road, Giru.

    Scope of Works

    The project includes the complete removal of structures at Top Crossing Road, Giru.

    General Description of Structures

    1. Small timber framed shed with corrugated iron walls on cement slab
    2. Corrugated iron roof frame on low concrete structured walls
    3. Small open shelter with corrugated iron roof on concrete slab and concrete objects nearby

     

Current Road News

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    Burdekin River Bridge – Single Lane Closures

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) wishes to advise that weather permitting, single lane closures on the Burdekin River Bridge will be occuring in September 2014.
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    Posted Wednesday, 10th September 2014 in Current Burdekin Bridge Closures, Current Road Conditions

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) wishes to advise that weather permitting, single lane closures on the Burdekin River Bridge will take place on the following dates:

    • Wednesday 10th September to Friday 12th September 2014
    • Wednesday 17th September to Thursday 18th September 2014

    Between the hours of 9.30am and 2.30pm.

    During this time, speed restrictions will be in place and the site will be under traffic control.  North and South bound road users should expect minor delays.

    To minimise disruptions, heavy vehicle operators with loads wider than three meters must contact David Macauley on 0407 690 314 to advise of an anticipated time of arrival to allow for road barriers and other infrastructure to be cleared.  Failure to give notice will result in further delays.

    We apologise for any inconvenience and seek your cooperation during this program of works.

    If you have any queries in relation to this work, please contact the Department of Transport and Main Roads Community Engagement Services team on 1800 625 648

     

  • Footpath Works

    Ninth Avenue, Home Hill – Reconstruction of concrete footpath between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets

    Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that reconstruction of a concrete footpath on the eastern side of Ninth Avenue between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets will commence on Monday 1st September 2014 and continue until approximately Friday 26th September 2014, weather permitting.
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    Posted Friday, 29th August 2014 in Current Road Conditions, Public Notices

    Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that reconstruction of a concrete footpath on the eastern side of Ninth Avenue between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets will commence on Monday 1st September 2014 and continue until approximately Friday 26th September 2014, weather permitting.

    Motorists and pedestrians are asked to obey all directional signs for their own safety and the safety of Council’s workforce.

    Burdekin Shire Council thanks residents and road users in anticipation of their patience during the construction period.

    For further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800

  • Road - Widening Road

    NDRRA – Bitumen Reconstruction Works – Home Hill and Ayr Rural Areas

    Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that bitumen reconstruction works will be occurring at various locations in the Home Hill and Ayr Urban areas, until approximately Friday 26th September 2014, weather permitting.
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    Posted Thursday, 7th August 2014 in Current Road Conditions, Public Notices

    Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that bitumen reconstruction works will be occurring at various locations on the following roads in the Home Hill Rural area:

    • Carter Road
    • Charlies Hill Road
    • Coppo Road

    and the following roads in the Ayr Rural area:

    • Hillier Road
    • Keith Venables Road
    • Sexton Road
    • Tomlins Road

    Works will commence on Monday 11th August 2014 until approximately Friday 26th September 2014, weather permitting.

    These works will be constructed utilising traffic control, requiring reduced traffic movements and reduced speeds during working hours. However whilst stabilising works is in progress road closures will be in place.

    Motorists are asked to obey all directional signs and any instructions from traffic controllers or on-site personnel for their own safety and the safety of Council’s workforce.

    Burdekin Shire Council thanks residents and road users in anticipation of their patience during the construction period.

    For further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

Current Water Information

  • Water Information

    To report a water incident you can call the Council and speak to a customer services officer.

  • There are no Current Water Information at the moment.

Lost and Found Animals

  • Animals in the Council Pound

    Council publishes details of all animals that have been surrendered, impounded, or left at the pound.

    Due to the number of animals that we see each week, we are only able to hold animals for 3 working days.

    If you have lost an animal, or if you would like to adopt an animal from our pound, please contact our Animal Control Officers via the Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

    Release Fees

    View the Release Fees for Animals in the Pound.

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    Cattle cross kelpie – Left at Pound – 16/09/2014

    Black and tan Male/Desexed Cattle cross kelpie. Left at Pound 16/09/2014 at . Date of exit - 19/09/2014. Suitable for rehoming.
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    Posted Tuesday, 16th September 2014 in Lost and Found Animals
    Date of Entry
    16/09/2014
     
    Breed and Colour
    Cattle cross kelpie – Black and tan
     
    Impounded / Surrendered
    Left at Pound
     
    Location Found
     
    Sex
    Male/Desexed
     
    Date of Exit
    19/09/2014
     
    Suitable for Rehoming
    Suitable for rehoming
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    Bull arab cross – Left at Pound – 16/09/2014

    Brown and white liver spots Female/Entire Bull arab cross. Left at Pound 16/09/2014 at . Date of exit - 19/09/2014. Suitable for rehoming.
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    Posted Tuesday, 16th September 2014 in Lost and Found Animals
    Date of Entry
    16/09/2014
     
    Breed and Colour
    Bull arab cross – Brown and white liver spots
     
    Impounded / Surrendered
    Left at Pound
     
    Location Found
     
    Sex
    Female/Entire
     
    Date of Exit
    19/09/2014
     
    Suitable for Rehoming
    Suitable for rehoming
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    Bull Mastiff – Left at Pound – 15/09/2014

    Tan Male/Entire Bull Mastiff. Left at Pound 15/09/2014 at . Date of exit - 18/09/2014. Suitable for rehoming.
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    Posted Monday, 15th September 2014 in Lost and Found Animals
    Date of Entry
    15/09/2014
     
    Breed and Colour
    Bull Mastiff – Tan
     
    Impounded / Surrendered
    Left at Pound
     
    Location Found
     
    Sex
    Male/Entire
     
    Date of Exit
    18/09/2014
     
    Suitable for Rehoming
    Suitable for rehoming
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    Terrier – Surrendered Pound – 12/09/2014

    Black and Tan Male/Entire Terrier. Surrendered 12/09/2014 at Pound. Date of exit - 17/09/2014. Refer to Animal Control Officer about suitability for rehoming.
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    Posted Friday, 12th September 2014 in Lost and Found Animals
    Date of Entry
    12/09/2014
     
    Breed and Colour
    Terrier – Black and Tan
     
    Impounded / Surrendered
    Surrendered
     
    Location Found
    Pound
     
    Sex
    Male/Entire
     
    Date of Exit
    17/09/2014
     
    Suitable for Rehoming
    Refer to Animal Control Officer about suitability for rehoming
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    Bull arab cross – Surrendered Norham Road, Ayr – 11/09/2014

    Light brindle Female/Entire Bull arab cross. Surrendered 11/09/2014 at Norham Road, Ayr. Date of exit - 16/09/2014. Suitable for rehoming.
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    Posted Thursday, 11th September 2014 in Lost and Found Animals
    Date of Entry
    11/09/2014
     
    Breed and Colour
    Bull arab cross – Light brindle
     
    Impounded / Surrendered
    Surrendered
     
    Location Found
    Norham Road, Ayr
     
    Sex
    Female/Entire
     
    Date of Exit
    16/09/2014
     
    Suitable for Rehoming
    Suitable for rehoming

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