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Aussie Rules Football greats Glen Jakovich and Dana Hooker visited Kwinana to participate in the City’s Sports Person of the Year awards ceremony.
The Westport Taskforce has released a shortlist of five future port options with the Outer Harbour in Kwinana being proposed in each of the five options.
Councillor Sandra Lee has been recognised for outstanding long and loyal service to her local community at the 2019 WA Local Government Convention.
The City is inviting residents who are interested in standing for Council, to attend an information session on Monday, 12 August 2019.
The City of Kwinana could become home to one of only two Costco store being planned by the US retail giant for Western Australia.
Ratepayers can enjoy the chance to win one of 12 amazing prizes by signing up to eNotices and paying their rates in full by 23 August.
The City is providing a subsidy of up to $250 per premise towards the eligible measures to control feral pigeons on their property.
The City of Kwinana Council formally adopted its 2019/2020 Budget at its Ordinary Meeting of Council on 26 June 2019.
The Leadership, Youth and Respect in Kwinana (LyriK) award ceremony was held on friday, 21 July to celebrate the achievements of young people in Kwinana.
Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams has been recognised in this years Queens Birthday Honours with an Order of Australia (General Division).
The City of Kwinana is inviting the community to have their say on where the City should be allocating funds for the maintenance of City infrastructure.
Upcoming collection dates for upcoming Greenwaste and Bulk and White Good collections. Please note there is no Bulk Waste collection in June.
Four local Kwinana community groups are the lucky recipients of funds to support their ‘green’ projects.
Kwinana Council has agreed to proceed with budget preparations, reducing the increase for residential rates in the City of Kwinana from the advertised 3.5 per cent to 2.5 per cent.
The Kwinana Public Library will have two spin bike desks available for use from Tuesday, 4 June.
The Kwinana Public Library has introduced a special program that helps families to learn and practice English in a fun environment.
The BikeRescue program at Kwinana’s Zone Youth Space came to the rescue of local volunteer Adil Afzaal by donating a bike to him.
The City is asking local residents and businesses to share their vision for the future of the Kwinana City Centre.
The Kwinana Public Library is celebrating Library and Information Week this year from 20 to 25 May.
The City unveiled its purple bench in support of Domestic Violence Prevention Month.