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It’s hard to believe that Easter is upon us already!
Several City of Kwinana facilities including the Administration Office, Kwinana Recquatic. Kwinana Public Library and Zone Youth Space will run on reduced hours over the Easter long weekend.
The Kwinana Community is being invited to have their say about “Tomorrow’s Kwinana” through a series of engagement activities, commencing this week (Monday, 15 April 2019).
‘Neighbour Day Every Day’ is a new initiative launched by the City of Kwinana to encourage local communities to combat isolation and loneliness by strengthening connections.
The City of Kwinana will launch its Conciliation Action Plan this Friday, 29 March at the Darius Wells Library and Resource Centre, with all members of the community welcome to attend.
Kwinana’s Edge Skatepark played host to one of Australia’s biggest skate festivals on Saturday, 16 March.
The highly anticipated 2019 Alcoa Children’s Festival was enjoyed by close to 5,000 local residents on Saturday 9 March 2019.
The City of Kwinana has welcomed Infrastructure Australia’s 2019 Infrastructure Priority List, released yesterday.
We are all getting excited about the 2019 Alcoa Children’s Festival!
The Kwinana Citizen of the Year for 2019 has been awarded to Chris Artemis, at the annual Australia Day event.
Over four weeks in November and December the City of Kwinana, Coastcare, Alcoa and Orelia Primary School have come together to create a beautiful Challenger Beach inspired mural and garden at Orelia Primary School.
The Kwinana Recquatic will open its doors to the public on Saturday 19 January, with a wide range of free activities available for the whole family to enjoy.
Kwinana Youth Services and Gilmore College chose ten of the community’s most disengaged young people to participate in a five week bike rescue program.
The City of Kwinana has been awarded the Council Collaboration award, recognising the way the City and the local community have embraced the nationwide reuse program, Garage Sale Trail.
The LyriK educational scholarship award ceremony was held on Friday 7 December at the Zone Youth Space, where sixteen local youths were awarded scholarships for 2019.
Listen out for the horns and bells this Christmas Day in Kwinana, as the famous Lolly Run hits the streets again from 7.30am.
Merry Christmas from the Mayor, Councillors and staff at the City of Kwinana.
On Thursday 6 December 2018 the Western Australian Commissioner for Children and Young People, Colin Pettit, visited the City of Kwinana’s Youth Precinct.
The City of Kwinana has celebrated 30 years of the Bright Futures Children’s Service.
The Kwinana Rotary Club, with the support of the City, hosted another successful Twilight Christmas Market on Saturday, 8 December.