New Trainees Set for Skills Growth at Shire

“The Shire will really benefit from their enthusiasm, while each trainee will receive opportunities to upskill and gain practical experience for their future careers.” “Providing opportunities for high school graduates through traineeships is a great way for us to develop and keep local young talent in the region,” she said. “I’d also like to extend my since thanks to outgoing Community Development Trainee Shannon Walker and Amenity Gardner Trainee Darcy Burton, both whose work in 2021 was very highly regarded throughout the organisation.” Incoming Community Development Trainee James Ransley is no stranger to community events having been involved in the Augusta River Festival, Healthy Habitz and Tutu Dance Company’s end of year concert. To find out more about careers at the Shire of Augusta Margaret River visit www.amrshire.wa.gov.au/council/careers Image (L-R): James Ransley, Kahlia Creagh and Charlie Seberry have kick-started their careers in 2022, by starting traineeships at the Shire of Augusta Margaret River.
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
22 Jan 2022
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Harvest Vehicle Movement Ban extended

The Harvest Vehicle Movement Ban declared within Shire of Augusta Margaret River has been extended to 1900 hours today, 19 January 2022.
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
22 Jan 2022
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Total Fire Ban and a Harvest Vehicle Movement Ban for Wednesday 19 January 2022

welding, grinding, cutting, heating, etc.) in the ‘open air’ Off-road activity using a four-wheel drive, quad bike, motorcycle, bobcat or similar vehicle Harvesting operations Operation of off-road re…
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
22 Jan 2022
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State Government Community Consultation Begins on Gnarabup

The process will enable interested community members to view detailed plans and supporting information which accompany an application by the landowner to the State Development Assessment Unit, before …
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
22 Jan 2022
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Harvest Vehicle Movement Ban extended

The Harvest Vehicle Movement Ban declared within Shire of Augusta Margaret River has been extended to 1900 hours today, 19 January 2022.
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
19 Jan 2022
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Total Fire Ban and a Harvest Vehicle Movement Ban for Wednesday 19 January 2022

welding, grinding, cutting, heating, etc.) in the ‘open air’ Off-road activity using a four-wheel drive, quad bike, motorcycle, bobcat or similar vehicle Harvesting operations Operation of off-road re…
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
19 Jan 2022
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State Government Community Consultation Begins on Gnarabup

The process will enable interested community members to view detailed plans and supporting information which accompany an application by the landowner to the State Development Assessment Unit, before …
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
19 Jan 2022
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New Trainees Set for Skills Growth at Shire

“The Shire will really benefit from their enthusiasm, while each trainee will receive opportunities to upskill and gain practical experience for their future careers.” “Providing opportunities for hig…
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
17 Jan 2022
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45 fines issued to travellers camping illegally in Margaret River

Shire Ranger Coordinator Narelle Graue said the region was renowned for its pristine natural environment and the high volume of campers setting up in the bush with no toilets, or rubbish disposal faci…
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
15 Jan 2022
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