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  • 01.09.2017

    Equality & inclusion vital to employee engagement, social cohesion

    As Australians prepare to speak up and have their views known on same-sex marriage, Citywide has reiterated its position on the importance of diversity, inclusion and equal opportunities for all.

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  • 09.06.2017

    Shaping liveable cities is whole-of-community collaborative effort

    The rapid development of Melbourne’s west presents a good opportunity for local communities to be directly involved in determining the prosperity and liveability of their region, with today’s launch of the Metropolitan Partnerships supporting this.

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  • 24.10.2016

    Citywide releases 2016 Year in Review & Annual Financial Report

    Citywide has released its Year in Review and Annual Financial Report for FY2016, following a period of consolidation that lays the foundations for future growth.

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  • 07.07.2016

    Citywide truck operators give new stump truck the thumbs up

    A first-of-its-kind stump grinder commissioned for Citywide's new City of Melton partnership is making work safer for our employees and creating productivity gains for our customers.

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  • 31.05.2016

    Turns Out It Is Easy Being Green

    Citywide couldn’t be prouder of the part they played in the City of Sydney recently winning an international Green Flag Award for our role in maintaining Pirrama Park, located in Pyrmont, NSW.

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  • 30.05.2016

    Citywide Tipped for Success!

    Citywide’s Maribyrnong trees crew can now use a clever innovation to increase productivity and safety with the delivery of a shiny 4x4 side-tipping truck that assists them when grinding tree stumps. This unique Citywide build is designed in sections with a tipping compartment that can be filled with wood chips, a rear fixed compartment for storage of soil used as backfill and an attachment for towing stump grinders.

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  • 26.05.2016

    Big Bellies Are In!

    Citywide is getting to the ‘guts’ of waste removal by servicing six ‘BigBelly’ bins with smart sensor technology which are being installed at some of Melbourne’s busiest CBD locations.

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  • 17.05.2016

    Art Feeds Victoria’s Disadvantaged

    They say art feeds the soul and in this case, art will feed some of Melbourne’s most disadvantaged.

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