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News published April 2015

Remembering at sunset

Last post ceremony

Published 30th April 2015

More than 600 people attended the City of Wanneroo’s first sunset Last Post ceremony on 24 April.

Capture Your Wanneroo Experience competition winners announced

Photography competition

Published 28th April 2015

Eleven talented photographers have been rewarded for their talent with the camera in the City of Wanneroo’s Capture Your Wanneroo Experience photography competition.

A new plan for dust management


Published 28th April 2015

The City of Wanneroo will review its dust policy to manage sand drift from large scale development in the rapidly expanding northern corridor.

City launches Scores on Doors food hygiene program

Scores on Doors photoe

Published 24th April 2015

City of Wanneroo residents and diners can now see how well local cafes and restaurants are complying with food hygiene and safety requirements following the launch of a new rating program.

Contribute to the free book movement


Published 24th April 2015

The Yanchep Community Centre is calling on bookworms and artistic community members to help build and design a miniature sized library for free book exchange.

A time to reflect

Dedication Wall

Published 23rd April 2015

Residents are encouraged to commemorate the centenary of Anzac and contribute personal messages at Dedication Walls around the City of Wanneroo.

Come to the City of Wanneroo Anzac Last Post Ceremony

Last Post image

Published 22nd April 2015

Commemorate the Anzac Centenary with a sunset Last Post Ceremony.

ANZAC Centenary - Wanneroo Remembers


Published 17th April 2015

The City of Wanneroo has created an ANZAC Centenary webpage. Bringing together our range of programs, exhibitions and events.

Freeway extension needs a more northern exit

Published 17th April 2015

City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts has welcomed the early commencement of the Mitchell Freeway Extension Project but says a more northern exit would alleviate congestion concerns at Hester Avenue.

Festival success rain or shine

Jimmy Cliff with guitar

Published 17th April 2015

Rain could not keep away reggae fans on Saturday night as more than 5000 people made their way to Liddell Park for the City of Wanneroo’s Global Beats and Eats festival, presented by LiveLighter

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