On behalf of Holroyd City Council, I wish to express our extreme sorrow for the victims of the Nepalese Earthquake.
This tragic natural disaster has resulted in widespread destruction, injuries and death.
We send our sincere condolences to those families who are left mourning the loss of their loved ones and we hope those searching for loved ones find them soon.
Our thanks and gratitude goes out to all those who are currently working in the region, undertaking rescue operations, treating the injured and caring for those who are now homeless.
With more than 24,000 Nepalese people living in Australia and over 260 living in Holroyd, we encourage our residents to donate generously to one of the many appeals that have been established to assist the emergency relief effort currently taking place.
Donations can be made to any of the following organisations:
Clr Greg Cummings
Mayor Holroyd City Council
The Holroyd Heritage Awards and Grants programs are run annually and aim to show Council’s appreciation to those who have an active role in preserving and maintaining Holroyd’s heritage or demonstrate an interest in learning about local history.
A campaign which invites all Australians to reflect on what they can do to counter racism.
The public exhibition of an amendment to Holroyd Development Control Plan (DCP) 2013 commences Wednesday 29 April 2015 and will conclude on Wednesday 27 May 2015.
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