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this website will cover the following:-Defence - Army / Navy / RAF, Councils, Sewage and Refuse Disposal, Post offices, Social Security Offices, Inland Revenue. if you have any questions what what we please email us. we also cover, Voting in Council elections enables people to influence who is given the responsibility to decide on some key things that will happen in their local communities. By voting you can help to influence what sort of place your community will be. Periodic elections for all South Australian Local Government councils (except Roxby Downs) are held every three years. The next general elections will be held in May 2006. Voting in Local Government elections is voluntary Local Government elections are generally conducted with secret ballot postal voting. To vote in your own right you must be on the Councilís Voters Roll. Supplementary elections are held if a periodic election fails or if a casual vacancy occurs for reasons such as resignation or death of an elected Councillor. There are some exceptions Ė supplementary elections are not held if the vacancy occurs within five months of the periodic election and Councils can decide not to fill a single casual vacancy at other times if the vacancy is for a Councillor position and the Council does not have wards. The rules for voting in all Local Government elections, standing as a candidate, and all other election matters are set out in the Local Government (Elections) Act (SA) 1999.Manage the policy and legislative framework for the local government sector in New South Wales. Provies access to local government information and services. Alnwick District Council provides a wide range of services for local residents and works closely with its partners and community groups to ensure the district remains an excellent place in which to live and work and to visit.1. To deliver quality services.2. To promote a safe, healthy and vibrant community.3. To support business and tourism development.4. To conserve the high quality environment. COUNCIL URGE SUPPORT TO RETAIN NETWORK OF RURAL POST OFFICES. The Highland Council believes that a modern, accessible national network of Post Office outlets is essential to the prosperity and wellbeing of rural communities. Convener David Green has written to all Highland and Island Members of the Scottish Parliament to highlight the councilís extreme concern at the threat posed to the Post Office network by the Governmentís recent decision to automate benefit payments. He said: "The Government must ensure that people can continue to use Post Offices to receive their pensions and other payments as a matter of personal choice. However, this will require positive action to maintain the Post Office network and action beyond simply not making it compulsory for benefits to be paid through bank accounts." He said the Council understood that benefit payments accounted for up to 40% of Post Office business income.