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Furious anti-jab mandate protesters have vented their spleen at the City of Fremantle after it voted down a motion to challenge the McGowan Government’s COVID vaccination rules.
Fremantle City council will on Wednesday vote on whether to ask the State Government to reconsider its vaccination mandate after being lobbied by a group of anti-vaxxers.
Skyworks remains ‘all systems go’ but the unvaccinated have been asked to steer clear from the banks of the Swan River on January 26.
Voting ballots stolen from letter boxes in a recent local government election in Perth’s south appear to have been submitted with forged signatures.
Former Perth deputy mayor Sandy Anghie has been appointed president of the Australian Institute of Architects WA.
The family of former Joondalup mayor Troy Pickard says they have been humbled by the outpouring of support since news broke of his sudden death.
Former Joondalup mayor Troy Pickard, who steered Perth’s burgeoning second city in the northern suburbs for a record near-12 years, has died.
Community members in Shire of Dundas towns near the WA border are anxious about the State’s border reopening and an inevitable rise in COVID-19 cases.
Youngsters have been given a Christmas present by a Perth council, given permission to keep building bike jumps along a dirt trail through a park.
Ballots stolen during the Serpentine-Jarrahdale local government elections were taken by a successful candidate’s ex-wife and friend, who were taken down in a citizen’s arrest.
A six-storey apartment complex offering short-stay accommodation for business travellers in Nedlands has been given the tick of approval by State planners.
A Cockburn councillor wants the City to reimburse his SAT fees after complaints against him were set aside - but the administration is reluctant.
From big wins in tourism to major project developments and facility upgrades, we certainly have a spring in our step as we head into 2022.
As the end of another busy year approaches, the Christmas and New Year period provides an opportunity to relax, reflect and celebrate.
Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams shares a message with constituents for the holiday period.
Local governments in the northern Goldfields have formed a coalition to work on new strategies they say will tackle alcohol-fuelled antisocial behaviour.
John Carey hasn’t ruled out a Northbridge curfew, but agrees councils should be doing as much as they can to keep youth in their home suburbs - and away from the entertainment precinct at night.
Melville council has delayed a decision on handing $5 million in ratepayer cash to the Melville Bowling Club – which counts the city’s Mayor as a social member - in the latest chapter for the sporting facility.
Josh Zimmerman and Kristie Lim
The Cambridge councillor spearheading legal action over her colleague’s failure to list an address on electoral material for last month’s council elections fronted Perth Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Cockburn councillor Chamonix Terblanche will continue to be paid as a ratepayer representative despite flagging a move to Queensland for almost half of 2022.
The City of Wanneroo wants to play a role in implementing and promoting a world-leading robotics precinct being built in Neerabup.
The Bayswater council wants voting in local government elections to be made compulsory.
Basil Zempilas wants unaccompanied teens banned from Northbridge after a worrying rise in violence and youth gangs terrorising residents and visitors to the area.
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