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The City of Kwinana is joining forces with the Casuarina Wellard Progress Association, as part of the Stop the Banksia Road Sand Mines campaign.
The countdown to the biggest event of the Kwinana calendar has begun.
Mayor Carol Adams from the City of Kwinana and Mayor Barry Sammels from the City of Rockingham are updating their attire all in the name of a good cause.
The City of Kwinana has established a ‘reading Chill Out Zone’ at Kwinana Marketplace which will be open to the public from 17 to 21 September.
September is the international Month of Biodiversity, which promotes protecting, conserving and improving biodiversity both within Australia and across the world.
September is the international Month of Biodiversity, which promotes the protection, conservation and improvement of biodiversity both within Australia and across the world.
Over 130 young people representing WA Youth Advisory Councils and reference groups along with 25 Community/Youth Development Officers came together for the third annual YACtivate!
The City of Kwinana’s Bright Futures Children’s Services has just become a finalist in the 2018 Excellence in Family Day Care Awards.
The City of Kwinana, in conjunction with Kwinana Marketplace, ran an event titled ‘Getting to Know Your Community’ on Wednesday 15 August.
Children’s authors Meg McKinlay and Norman Jorgensen will hold ‘meet the author’ workshops at the Kwinana Public Library as part of children’s book week.
The City of Kwinana has received funding from the State Government to install Beach Emergency Numbers (BEN) signs to improve emergency response times at local beaches.
City of Kwinana Councillor Dennis Wood has been recognised for loyalty and outstanding long service to his local community at the 2018 WA Local Government Convention.
YACtivate is a youth-led project developed for young people, by young people to promote Youth Advisory Councils (YAC) in WA.
Parking restrictions are being rolled out adjacent to Kwinana Train Station and across the Wellard business district in response to community concerns about safety and access to local businesses.
The City of Kwinana has been recognised by the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA (PHAIWA) at the 2018 Children’s Environment and Health Local Government Policy Awards for its work in promoting healthy food choices.
Fremantle footballer Michael Walters and Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams have presented three proud local sportspeople with awards in recognition of their contribution to sport in 2017-2018.
The City of Kwinana’s Facebook post on Saturday, 4 August 2018 about the success of its drainage nets installed in two locations in Henley Reserve, has gone viral.
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,