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Upgrades to the Kwinana Loop Trail are now complete and ready for an official launch on 24 October.
City supports local businesses to work together
The Kwinana Lolly Run, a traditional Christmas event established over six decades ago, is getting a makeover in 2020.
The City of Kwinana invites local young people to apply for an educational scholarship for the 2021 school year.
City of Kwinana Deputy Mayor Peter Feasey has been recognised for loyalty and outstanding long service to his local community at the 2020 WA Local Government Convention.
The City of Kwinana received grant funding to upgrade the Mandogalup Fire Station.
Construction to commence on City's new bicycle routes
The City of Kwinana will welcome 24 new citizens at an in-person Australian citizenship ceremony on Thursday, 17 September as part of Australian Citizenship Day 2020.
The City of Kwinana is calling on residents to identify and nominate deserving locals for the City's prestigious Community awards.
Would you like to work on your mental health and wellbeing and get support from a safe and caring group?
Help the City plan the future strategic direction of our community by having your say and telling us your highest aspirations for the place you call home or come to work in every day.
The City of Kwinana today welcomed the McGowan Government’s commitment to the development of an outer harbour in the coming years.
The Cities of Kwinana and Rockingham continue to work together leading up to Homelessness Week.
The City of Kwinana has had the honour of being named a Gold Waterwise Council for the fourth year in a row.
City of Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams is taking up the Plastic Free July Challenge in 2020.
The City of Kwinana Council formally adopted its 2020/21 Budget at its Ordinary Meeting of Council last night (24 June 2020).
The City of Kwinana is preparing to reopen its remaining services in the coming weeks, in line with Premier Mark McGowan’s announcement on 29 May 2020.
The Kwinana Public Library is celebrating Library and Information Week in an unusual way this year due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The City is proud to continue its work with the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Kwinana in an effort to bring awareness of important historical events to the local community.