Will Stroud lose their Police presence? What about other smaller stations?

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The Stroud community has come together to start a petition which was out and about last Friday in conjunction with ‘change.org’ as The President of the NSW Police Association Scott Webber is asking NSW Government to close all one and two man Regional Police Stations, due to terrorism fears. In small communities like we have around… click for more

Stroud flood rescue by local authorities

Senior Constable Brad Smith and police rescue examine Bill Rathbone's torn trousers copy

Great Lakes Council Mayor, Cr Jan McWilliams says the Great Lakes community owes a debt of gratitude to several individuals who risked their lives to save others in Stroud during a flash flood that wreaked havoc in the pre-dawn of Tuesday 21 April. “Several men undertook significant acts of bravery early that morning and have since… click for more

Unveiling at Stroud Cenotaph with Bob Baldwin

Stroud Cenotaph with Bob Baldwin

The replicated plaques from World War I were unveiled at the Stroud Cenotaph last Saturday. These plaques are a tribute of respect and gratitude to those who served in the Great War 1914-1918 and will complete the Memorial Cenotaph. The original plaques will remain in place at the front of the Memorial Grandstand at Stroud Showground. The Honourable Federal Member for Paterson Bob Baldwin… click for more

Stroud main street road works are almost finished

Work by Great Lakes Council to reconstruct Berkeley Street at Stroud (on the Bucketts Way) is nearing completion. “The reconstruction work on Berkeley Street is being undertaken between Lamans Creek and Broadway Street,” said Council’s Director of Engineering, Mr Hartley. “This section of Berkeley Street was in very poor condition detracting from the appearance of… click for more

Neville’s Road Stroud Overbridge works schedule

Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) is undertaking works at the overbridge located on Neville’s Road, Stroud as part of the NSW Government’s rail infrastructure improvement program across the country Regional Network. Works will be completed by TfNSW’s contractor, John Holland Rail. The works will go ahead weather permitting on 10 February to 4 March 2015… click for more