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Members of the Kwinana community are invited to view the work of local Aboriginal artist Rod Collard at the Darius Wells Library and Resource Centre until 8 August.
Construction company Hanson Australia is pushing ahead with a proposed sand mine in Wellard, despite strong objections by the City of Kwinana about the environmental damage it will cause.
In March 2018, the City installed drainage nets at two locations in Henley Reserve as a trial in an effort to reduce the discharge of rubbish from drainage systems within the City,
The LyriK award ceremony was held on Thursday 29 June, with a total of thirteen category winners.
The City of Kwinana is privileged to have received a grant from Lotterywest recently to install new signage and rest stop facilities at viewing locations along the Kwinana Loop Trail, with a focus on local indigenous culture and stories.
The City of Kwinana, supported by a Stronger Community Grant, has installed a series of new outdoor exercise stations in Honeywood Estate, Wandi.
The City of Kwinana is participating in the Women and Leadership Australia’s 100 Days for Change initiative, from 1 July to 8 October 2018, which aims to promote and encourage gender equality and women in leadership positions.
The City of Kwinana Council formally adopted its 2018/2019 Budget last night (27 June 2018) at its Ordinary Meeting of Council.
In support of Plastic Free July the City of Kwinana is holding a workshop to switch your thinking and minimise single use plastics.
The City of Kwinana will be changing to a new waste and recycling service provider, responsible for the collection and disposal of residents’ household waste and recycling, from Monday, 2 July 2018.
The Kwinana Public Library is set to launch a new online catalogue, on 5 July 2018.
The City of Kwinana is now welcoming nominations for the City of Kwinana Sports Awards 2018.
The small and large dog exercise areas at Peace Park will be receiving scheduled upgrades from Tuesday, 25 June to Friday, 29 June.
The City of Kwinana recently recognised individuals who made a significant contribution to the Kwinana community at the annual Thank a Volunteer event on 25 May, 2018.
Community invited to complete a Feasibility Survery regarding Kwinana Beach and Wells Park.
The City of Kwinana is focusing on a number of improvements to be made to parking, following a significant number of concerns raised by community members.
Residents of Kwinana can now enjoy two new dog exercise areas within the City.
Members of the Kwinana community are invited to participate in National Reconciliation Week, on Monday, 28 May 2018.
Collaborative efforts between the City of Kwinana and the WA Police have seen the arsonist responsible for deliberately lighting a fire at the City’s prized Adventure Park, being caught and charged.
The City of Kwinana is proud to be recognised as a Gold Waterwise Council for the second consecutive year, after receiving the recognition from the Water Corporation and the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation on Tuesday, 1 May 2018.