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News published July 2016

Wanneroo Funding Forum

Funding forum

Published 12th July 2016

Learn how to fund your project at the Wanneroo Funding Forum for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.

Coastal protection priorities aligned

Quinns Beach

Published 12th July 2016

The City of Wanneroo has welcomed the announcement of $300,000 of State Government funding for coastal protection in Quinns Rocks in 2016/17.

Raising awareness for stroke victims

Raising awareness for stroke victims

Published 12th July 2016

The City of Wanneroo invites people to attend the Northern Suburbs Stroke Support Group’s ‘have a go’ challenge where able-bodied people will perform daily tasks using their less dominant hand.

City welcomes support from all sides of government

City welcome support

Published 8th July 2016

The City of Wanneroo has welcomed support for the rail extension to Yanchep, from the Leader of the Opposition Mark McGowan MLA.

City understands community’s concerns for cat and calls for calm


Published 7th July 2016

The City of Wanneroo has reviewed its investigations into an alleged dog attack on a cat in Carramar.

Noongar Elders will be celebrated in Wanneroo exhibition

Bush babies

Published 7th July 2016

The strength and resilience of Noongar Elders from across the wheatbelt will be celebrated in a portrait exhibition held at Wanneroo Library.

City looks for skate park comp volunteers

young person skating

Published 6th July 2016

With the Wanneroo Skate Park construction now well underway, the City is seeking volunteers to join the planning crew for an event to showcase the completed park and the skills of local young people.

The City Celebrating NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week Poster

Published 4th July 2016

NAIDOC Week celebrates the culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders all across Australia in the first full week of July.

City budget highlights huge investment

Riverlinks Park, Clarkson

Published 4th July 2016

Major new sporting, community and civic facilities are central to the largest capital works program ever undertaken by the City of Wanneroo, announced as part of Council’s 2016/17 budget.

Some wins for outer suburbs, but long-term solution missing

Fund our future

Published 1st July 2016

There have been some significant wins for infrastructure in outer suburbs in this election campaign, but a more long-term strategic approach is still missing, according to a key advocacy group.

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