Mounts Master Plan in Motion

Mounts Master Plan in Motion

Community has a chance to inform and contribute to the future planning and long-term vision for Albany Heritage Park by being involved in a process to develop a Mounts Master Plan.
City of Albany 25 Jun 2019
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Albany residents encouraged to live well

Albany residents encouraged to live well

Albany residents can explore the silent realms of death and the art of living well through an interactive installation this winter.
City of Albany 25 Jun 2019
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ALAC’s eyes on the Waterwise prize

ALAC’s eyes on the Waterwise prize

Waterless urinals, pool blankets and time conscious shower heads are just some of the reasons Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre is being recognised as a Waterwise Aquatic Centre by the Water Corporation and the Leisure Institute of WA Aquatics for 2019.
City of Albany 11 Jun 2019
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Residents urged to check rain water tanks for disease carrying mosquitos

The City of Armadale is urging residents, ahead of the warmer months, to ensure their rainwater tanks are sealed from mosquito entry to avoid the Ross River and Barmah Forest virus disease carrying mosquitos from breeding in the area.
City of Armadale 27 Sep 2019
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Construction of Armadale Court House and Police Complex to begin soon

The City of Armadale warmly welcomed Minister for the WA Police Force Hon. Michelle Roberts MLA announcement that construction on a new $86 million Armadale Court House and Police Complex will soon begin.
City of Armadale 26 Sep 2019
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Don't forget to vote this elections

Don't forget to vote this elections

Electors who are enrolled to vote will receive their postal election packages including ballot papers in the mail from Wednesday 25 September.
City of Armadale 24 Sep 2019
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Line Marking on Central Road in Tom Price

Line Marking on Central Road in Tom Price

The Shire of Ashburton wishes to inform residents of Tom Price that centreline markings of Central Road, Tom Price will be undertaken in the afternoon of Saturday 5 October, 2019...
Shire of Ashburton 03 Oct 2019
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Pre-Cyclone Clean Up

Pre-Cyclone Clean Up

It is that time of the year when we need to start preparing for cyclones and storms, and to help with this, the Shire will be offering a free verge...
Shire of Ashburton 01 Oct 2019
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Proposal to enter into Major Land Transaction

Proposal to enter into Major Land Transaction

A business plan for the Shire of Ashburton proposal to enter into A Major Land Transaction with Summerstar Pty Ltd for the Tom Price Tourist Park is available for public...
Shire of Ashburton 01 Oct 2019
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Community lunch in celebration of Get Online Week

The lunch is aimed at residents aged over 50 years old, and provides an opportunity for participants to view demonstrations of online resources, and to hear about the Libraries’ digital literacy program. “Participating online as we age helps us to stay connected, engaged, independent and self-sufficient.” Ms Porter said the lunch event will include demonstrations of how to access digital resources, and all booked attendees will be given a take-home gift of a USB storage device, pre-loaded with helpful links to encourage people to get online. To book a place, RSVP to amrlibrar[email protected] with your name and phone number, or call 9780 5600, or drop into your local library branch.
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Cover up to reduce mosquito bite risk

Make sure children are also appropriately covered up Repel: Use insect repellent containing DEET (diethyltoluamide) or picardin and always follow instructions on the label Clean up: stop mosquitoes breeding in water pooling around your home or holiday accommodation by emptying water from containers Shire Environmental Health Officer Jacinta McKinlay said the Shire is a relative low-risk area for mosquito-borne viruses but there are pockets around the region where mosquito activity are relatively high. “The dominant species trapped here was Aedes camptorhynchus, which is commonly found it coastal areas as well as tidal salt marshes, and is a significant vector of Ross River Virus in the south west. “Higher numbers were also recorded near Molloy Island and parts of Augusta.” Ms McKinlay said despite the high mosquito activity in these locations, official notifications for mosquito-borne viruses via health system processes remain very low.
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Community lunch in celebration of Get Online Week

The lunch is aimed at residents aged over 50 years old, and provides an opportunity for participants to view demonstrations of online resources, and to hear about the Libraries’ digital literacy program. “Participating online as we age helps us to stay connected, engaged, independent and self-sufficient.” Ms Porter said the lunch event will include demonstrations of how to access digital resources, and all booked attendees will be given a take-home gift of a USB storage device, pre-loaded with helpful links to encourage people to get online. To book a place, RSVP to [email protected] with your name and phone number, or call 9780 5600, or drop into your local library branch.
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Free Earth Carers Course

Want to learn how you can have a direct positive impact on your environment?
Town of Bassendean 07 Oct 2019
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Hear from our Citizen of the Year

Jeanette says nominate now for 2020 Australia Day Awards
Town of Bassendean 03 Oct 2019
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Help name Noranda's new space

Help name Noranda's new space

Help name Noranda's new community space for your chance to win a $150 Hawaiian’s Noranda voucher.
City of Bayswater 11 Mar 2019
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Movie in the Park

The big screen is coming to Noranda for the City's free Movie in the Park.
City of Bayswater 28 Feb 2019
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Councillor Column - Noranda gets a new public space

Councillor Column - Noranda gets a new public space

Tucked under shady trees alongside the Morley Noranda Recreation Club, Noranda's new public space will have picnic furniture, lighting and an outdoor ping-pong table which has just been installed and will soon be adorned with colourful artwork.
City of Bayswater 28 Feb 2019
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Restricted Burning Period

Restricted Burning Period

Will begin Wednesday 03 October 2019
Shire of Beverley 26 Sep 2019
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LG Elections 2019 - Early Voting Now Open

LG Elections 2019 - Early Voting Now Open

Early Voting is available weekdays 8:30am - 4:00pm at the Shire Office.
Shire of Beverley 18 Sep 2019
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Notice of Special Meeting of Council

Thursday 12 September @ 9am in Council Chambers for the purpose of discussing and possibly awarding a tender for a water truck.
Shire of Beverley 09 Sep 2019
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WIN BODDINGTON DOLLARS

WIN Boddington Dollars Ratepayers who pay their rates in full will gain automatic entry into our draw to win $500 Boddington Dollars. Simply pay your full annual rates amount by 9 October 2019 and your name will go in the draw.
Shire of Boddington 07 Oct 2019
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PINK RIBBON GARDEN TEA PARTY

Tuesday 22nd October 2019 at the Boddington Community Resource Centre front garden
Shire of Boddington 04 Oct 2019
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2019 PEEL CLASSIC

2019 PEEL CLASSIC

Sunday October 6 2019
Shire of Boddington 01 Oct 2019
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Media Release - Brookton Railway Station

Media Release - Brookton Railway Station

Brookton Railway Station Notice.
Shire of Brookton 05 Sep 2019
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Information of Candidates

Information of Candidates

Candidate Information Session on Thursday 29th August 2019 @ 5.30pm
Shire of Brookton 19 Aug 2019
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Pet registrations due by 31 October

You can pay for your pet's registration at the Shire of Broome Administration Office Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm. Tags will be allocated on payment.
Shire of Broome 07 Oct 2019
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Waste facility free open days for pre-cyclone clean-up

The Broome Waste Management Facility will take household rubbish for free on the weekends of 26-27 Oct and 2-3 Nov to help prepare for cyclone season. The open weekends are in addition to household green waste being accepted free throughout the year and six free passes provided to ratepayers.
Shire of Broome 04 Oct 2019
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Operating short-stay accommodation at home

Broome’s an extraordinary holiday destination and attracts major sporting, cultural and business events. However, concerns have been raised about the number of residential homes being made available for short-stay accommodation.
Shire of Broome 03 Oct 2019
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Newsletter - Quarter 3 2019

Newsletter - Quarter 3 2019

The latest edition of the Shire of Bruce Rocks Newsletter is now available!
Shire of Bruce Rock 05 Sep 2019
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Employment Opportunity - Workshop Manager/Plant Mechanic

The Shire of Bruce Rock is seeking a Workshop Manager/Plant Mechanic.
Shire of Bruce Rock 02 Sep 2019
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Local Elections - Call for Nominations

Local Elections - Call for Nominations

Nominations for the Local Election open on September 5 2019.
Shire of Bruce Rock 30 Aug 2019
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Report Confirms Regional Cities at Risk

Report Confirms Regional Cities at Risk

Regional cities are at risk of being left behind as the infrastructure gap widens between regional cities and capital cities.
City of Busselton 19 Aug 2019
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Beach Emergency Number signs installed on Floreat and City Beaches

Beach Emergency Number signs installed on Floreat and City Beaches

The Town of Cambridge has installed Beach Emergency Numbers (BEN) signs on Floreat and City Beaches in time for the warmer weather and increasing crowds this spring.
Town of Cambridge 27 Sep 2019
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Town of Cambridge Council Nominations and Election

Town of Cambridge Council Nominations and Election

Nominations for the Town of Cambridge Elections 2019 closed at 4 pm on Thursday 12 September 2019. The following is the outcome of those nominations:
Town of Cambridge 13 Sep 2019
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Cambridge to remove last poles in conversion to Underground Power

Cambridge to remove last poles in conversion to Underground Power

One of the last electricity poles in the Town of Cambridge bearing overhead lines was removed on 27 August in a ceremony marked at the corner of Birkdale Street and Orrel Avenue, completing the Floreat East State Underground Power Project.
Town of Cambridge 02 Sep 2019
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Planned Hazard Reduction Burn | Dalyellup

Gelorup Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade have planned a hazard reduction burn for this Saturday 19 October from 3pm on vacant land […]
Shire of Capel 18 Oct 2019
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BEN Signs

The Shire of Capel has just finished the installation of 10 Beach Emergency Number (BEN) signs on all Shire Beaches. […]
Shire of Capel 17 Oct 2019
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Capel Road Closures and Restricted Access

Main Roads have notified us that access to Capel Drive from Bussell Hwy to Gavin’s Road will be CLOSED on Sunday 20 October 2019 between 7am and 5pm.
Shire of Capel 16 Oct 2019
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Extraordinary Election

Extraordinary Election

A local government extraordinary election will be held on Saturday 30 November 2019 to fill one vacancy within the Shire of Chapman Valley. Nominations open on Thursday 17 October and Close and Thursday 24 October at 4.00pm.
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Proposed (Second-Hand) Ancillary Dwelling – 166 (Lot 191) Wittenoom Circle, White Peak

The Shire of Chapman Valley is in receipt of an application proposing to site a 40m² second-hand transportable building upon 166 (Lot 191) Wittenoom Circle, and construct a 24m² enclosed extension to the building on-site and a 36m² deck area, to serve as an ancillary dwelling (‘granny flat’).
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2019 Local Government Ordinary Election Result

As of yesterday, 4.00 pm, Thursday 12 September, the Returning Officer announced the candidate nominations for the forthcoming local government ordinary elections were closed. Nominations were received from Anthony Farrell, Peter Humphrey and Trevor Royce for the four (4) vacancies within the Shire of Chapman Valley.
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Seniors Satisfied by Farm Flavours

Chittering Seniors spent a lovely day on Wednesday 14 November, sampling the new Chittering Farm Flavour Trail as part of WA Seniors Week celebrations.
Shire of Chittering 20 Nov 2018
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2018 "Race in your Rates" Prize Winners

Chittering ratepayers had the opportunity to win part of over $5,100 in prizes in the Shire’s recent “Race in your Rates” competition.
Shire of Chittering 15 Nov 2018
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Call for the community to nominate mobile black spots

Local MP's are calling on the community to identify and nominate mobile black spots for the next round of the $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program.
Shire of Chittering 26 Sep 2018
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Popular Repair Lab returns to Lake Claremont celebrations

A popular sustainability initiative is returning to the Town of Claremont’s annual Celebrate Lake Claremont event – and it promises to be bigger than ever.
Town of Claremont 16 Sep 2019
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Underground Power Project - Finish Line in Sight

Underground Power Project - Finish Line in Sight

Approximately 1000 Town of Claremont properties, in the north east of the Town, are now enjoying the benefits of underground power.  This area represents the final pocket of the Town to have the overhead powerlines removed.
Town of Claremont 09 Sep 2019
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Recycled art scoops Claremont prize

Recycled art scoops Claremont prize

A striking artwork made of recycled metals has won the Town of Claremont’s Art Award competition.
Town of Claremont 02 Sep 2019
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CCTV review in the spotlight

The City of Cockburn’s CCTV policy is under review and public comment on the proposed changes is being sought by the Rangers team.
City of Cockburn 08 Oct 2019
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Coogee Hotel kitchen garden thrives

Read about the amazing kitchen garden at the old Coogee Hotel.
City of Cockburn 07 Oct 2019
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What made the news in Cockburn – 28 September-4 October, 2019

Catch up on the news that impacted the City of Cockburn this week, to help you stay in touch with what's going on in your community.
City of Cockburn 04 Oct 2019
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WA Ranger Team of the Year Award Finalist

WA Ranger Team of the Year Award Finalist

WA Ranger Team of the Year Award Finalist The Shire of Collie Ranger Team (Leigh, Kohdy and Tracey) have been nominated and have been selected as a finalist for the ...
Shire of Collie 02 Sep 2019
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Collie CBD Mural Opportunity

The Shire of Collie are seeking an artist to complete an exciting mural project in the Collie CBD. Please see this document for more information- Collie CBD Mural Opportunity.
Shire of Collie 26 Aug 2019
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS 2019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS 2019 CANDIDATE INFORMATION SESSION In conjunction with the WA Electoral Commission the Shire of Collie will be conducting an information session on what it means to be ...
Shire of Collie 12 Aug 2019
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Community well-being high on Shire agenda

The Shire has formally signed a MOU with Addlife Physiotherapy, marking the beginning of a wider holistic community health plan.
Shire of Coolgardie 07 Oct 2019
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Winners of Share our Shire Photography Competition announced

The winners of the Shire of Coolgardie ‘Sharing Our Shire’ Photography Competition were announced last week, with Beth Nowlan taking out the top prize!
Shire of Coolgardie 07 Oct 2019
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Are you ready for bushfire season?

Are you ready for bushfire season?

With the weather becoming warmer and drier, it is important to begin preparations for the looming bush fire season.
Shire of Coolgardie 02 Oct 2019
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Compulsory Local Government Candidate Induction

Compulsory Local Government Candidate Induction

This year new laws have been introduced which make it compulsory for all candidates who would like to become a Councillor and are nominating or renominating in a local government election to complete the Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries online induction. To be able to nominate in a Western Australian local government election, YOU MUST complete this induction. Please make sure you leave enough time to complete the induction so you can lodge your nomination form before nominations close.
Shire of Cuballing 23 Aug 2019
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2019 Local Government Elections

2019 Local Government Elections

Council operates under a 4 x 2 Electoral Cycle which simply means Councillors are elected for 4 year terms and elections are held every two years - where half the Council will be up for election. Council elections are now conducted on the First Past the Post System, whereby the person with the most votes is elected - no preferences are required. Council elections are held on the third Saturday in October every second year and this years election will be held on Saturday 19th October 2019.
Shire of Cuballing 30 Jul 2019
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PERMANENT CLOSURE OF A ROAD RESERVE, WEST POPANYINNING

PERMANENT CLOSURE OF A ROAD RESERVE, WEST POPANYINNING

In accordance with the Land Administration Act 1997, the Shire of Cuballing is considering permanently closing a section of an unnamed Road Reserve between Williams Road and Popanyinning West Road in West Popanyinning.
Shire of Cuballing 30 Jul 2019
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ADVICE OF SHIRE WORKS: September 2019

The Shire of Donnybrook Balingup advises that the following works are in progress or programmed to commence in the near […]
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Prospective Candidate Session

PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATE SESSION Tuesday 3 September 2019, 5pm Location: Donnybrook Council Chambers. Are you nominating for this year’s Local Government […]
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2019 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORDINARY ELECTION: Call for Nominations

An Ordinary Postal Election will be held on Saturday, 19 October 2019 in the Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup to fill the […]
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(18/10/2019) Brave staff honoured for saving swimmer’s life

Three lifeguards James Annetts, Jasmine Shepherd and Georgia Ray, as well as swim instructor Jessica Cannon, were awarded with a Royal Life Saving Society Gold Star Bravery Award during a ceremony at the State Reception Centre in Kings Park last Friday.
City of Fremantle 18 Oct 2019
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(17/10/2019) Fremantle's cruise ship season kicks off this weekend

The Fremantle cruise ship season kicks off on Sunday with the arrival of 1800 passengers on board  Princess Cruises’ Sea Princess, which is due to arrive at 6:30am and depart at 11pm.
City of Fremantle 17 Oct 2019
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(15/10/2019) Please keep dogs off Stevens Reserve cricket wickets

As well as being home to one of WA’s oldest cricket clubs, Stevens Reserve is also a popular dog exercise area.
City of Fremantle 15 Oct 2019
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Council meeting changes

With a new schedule of meeting dates having been adopted by Council, the following meetings have been cancelled. Meeting Location […]
Shire of Harvey 17 Oct 2019
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Special Council Meeting – 21 October 2019

The Shire would like to notify members of the public that there will be a Special Meeting of Council to […]
Shire of Harvey 15 Oct 2019
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Acts of bravery from LLC staff recognised

A handful of outstanding staff members at the Leschenault Leisure Centre were recognised at the 2019 Royal Life Saving Bravery […]
Shire of Harvey 11 Oct 2019
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September Council BUZZ

September Council BUZZ
Shire of Jerramungup 27 Sep 2019
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Zone 5 - Restricted Burning Commencing 1 September 2019

Zone 5 - Restricted Burning Commencing 1 September 2019

Zone 5 - Restricted Burning Commencing 1 September 2019
Shire of Jerramungup 02 Sep 2019
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Business forum shines spotlight on cyber security

Business forum shines spotlight on cyber security

"The cyber landscape is grim, we are all at risk, and we need to do something about it.”
City of Joondalup 05 Jul 2018
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2018/19 Budget approved, refuse charge remains frozen

Joondalup Council has approved the City’s 2018/19 Budget at its June meeting, which included an overall rate increase restricted to 2.95 per cent for most ratepayers and for the fourth consecutive year no increase to the City’s refuse charge.
City of Joondalup 05 Jul 2018
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New domestic waste and recycling collection contractor

SUEZ Recycling & Recovery Pty Ltd has commenced domestic rubbish and recycling collection services within the City of Joondalup after winning a competitive tender process for the next five years.
City of Joondalup 04 Jul 2018
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Current Works at Pingrup Caravan Park

Installation of 2 Accommodation units at Pingrup Caravan Park plus camper’s kitchen modifications has commenced. Please note access to the camp kitchen will not be available until 26 October 2019. ...
Shire of Kent 17 Oct 2019
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DRY SEASON SURVEY FOR LIVESTOCK WATER SUPPLY

You can help with Community Water Supply Planning – Summer 2019/20 Winter rainfall has been low in most of the agricultural area, farm dam levels are low in some shires, ...
Shire of Kent 09 Oct 2019
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PROPOSED ENHANCEMENT OF NYABING CARAVAN PARK

PROPOSED ENHANCEMENT OF NYABING CARAVAN PARK

On 11 April 2019, Council received a draft concept plan for the enhancement of the Nyabing Caravan Park.  The concept plan establishes a vision for the Nyabing Recreation Ground based ...
Shire of Kent 09 Jul 2019
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Call for Nominations - Local Government Elections

Call for Nominations - Local Government Elections

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS Nominations are called for the Shire of Koorda Local Government Elections to be held on October 21st 2017 at the Shire Of Koorda Council Chambers, corner of Allenby & Haig Streets, Koorda   There are currently 3 Vacancies each with a four year term. This form is available from the Shire of Koorda Office · A single A4 profile containing not more than 150 words of biographical information about the Proposed Candidate and statements of the candidates policies and beliefs. · A nomination deposit of $80 Cash, Bank Cheque or Money Order · A recent passport sized photograph (Optional) Please Note : No Personal Cheques accepted and Nominations without the deposit will not be accepted   Where an agent lodges a nomination on a candidates behalf it must be in the prescribed form with a written authorisation signed by the candidate.
Shire of Koorda 14 Sep 2017
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Koorda Show

  2017 Koorda Community Show - Saturday, 2nd September All the fun of the fare, entertainment throughout the day, displays of all kinds, Trade displays, Machinery, Koorda Shears, Car competition, Equestrian events, Motorcycle displays, Bouncy Castles, Animals,Monster Trucks, Food Vans, Art, Craft, Corn Dolly demonstrations, Fireworks, Live music and much much more!
Shire of Koorda 02 Sep 2017
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September 2017 Drive In

Please see advert below for out latest screening details..    
Shire of Koorda 01 Sep 2017
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Ward Boundary and Representation Review – Discussion Paper

The post Ward Boundary and Representation Review – Discussion Paper appeared first on Shire of Perenjori WA.
Shire of Perenjori 18 Oct 2019
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Council Meetings Schedule for 2019-2020

The post Council Meetings Schedule for 2019-2020 appeared first on Shire of Perenjori WA.
Shire of Perenjori 18 Oct 2019
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Review of Shire Ward Boundary & Representation

The post Review of Shire Ward Boundary & Representation appeared first on Shire of Perenjori WA.
Shire of Perenjori 18 Oct 2019
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City Backs a Winner With Rockingham Beach Cup Funding

City Backs a Winner With Rockingham Beach Cup Funding

The City of Rockingham has thrown its support behind the Rockingham Beach Cup, with Council resolving to provide funding to event organisers Palm Beach Rotary Club as they look to host the event once again in November 2019.
City of Rockingham 05 Sep 2019
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Community Consultation Begins for Economic Development Strategy

Community Consultation Begins for Economic Development Strategy

The City of Rockingham has begun developing a new Economic Development Strategy 2020 - 2025, with community consultation starting in early September.
City of Rockingham 05 Sep 2019
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Excavation Works to Begin at Bent Street Channel

Excavation Works to Begin at Bent Street Channel

The City of Rockingham will begin excavation works on the Bent Street navigation channel in the week starting Monday 9 September 2019, to ensure the channel is safe for boat users in the summer season.
City of Rockingham 02 Sep 2019
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Sporting clubs to benefit from completion of Briggs Park upgrade 2 October 2019

Sporting clubs to benefit from completion of Briggs Park upgrade 2 October 2019

Local sporting clubs now have access to improved sporting facilities at Briggs Park following the official opening of the $3.9 million upgrades at the precinct.
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Paul Martin joins Shire as new CEO 23 September 2019

Paul Martin joins Shire as new CEO 23 September 2019

The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale is pleased to welcome Paul Martin as its new Chief Executive Officer.
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Mike Foley Interviewed by CEO Magazine

Mike Foley Interviewed by CEO Magazine

The City of Swan CEO, Mike Foley, was recently interviewed by CEO Magazine.
City of Swan 03 Oct 2019
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New facility officially opened for local Bush Fire Brigade

New facility officially opened for local Bush Fire Brigade

The new West Gidgegannup Bush Fire Brigade station was officially opened on Sunday by Ms Jessica Shaw MLA on behalf of the Emergency Services Minister Francis Logan.
City of Swan 02 Oct 2019
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Grants available to make your wish list project a reality

Grants available to make your wish list project a reality

Looking to get your community project or initiative off the ground? You could be eligible for a City of Swan grant valued between $5,000 and $25,000.
City of Swan 02 Oct 2019
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Notice of prescribed burns | 10-11 October 2019

The Housing Authority has engaged the City’s bushfire mitigation contractor to conduct a prescribed burn at two sites this week.
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City's transport strategy brings fresh planning ideas for pedestrians, public transport and reliance…

The City of Wanneroo’s recently adopted Transport Strategy 2019/20 aims to create a more balanced and sustainable integrated transport and planning system.
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Be prepared for bushfires and emergencies

Are you ready for a bushfire or major storm near your home? The City of Wanneroo is hosting Community Preparedness Roadshows to help residents reduce the impacts of bushfires and other emergencies.
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York Trails Unveiled

York Trails Unveiled

Shire of York to unveil three new trail brochures to coincide with peak season visitation
Shire of York 02 Oct 2019
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