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Entry honours past

By Sally McGlew THE entrance to Guildford will soon be marked as a dual entry signage location which recognises both Indigenous history and European settlement. An officer recommendation to approve the project was put to Council on December 16, with ...

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Two year jet ski trial proposed

CONCERN is growing over a review of Swan River aquatic activities that could see jet skis cruising up the banks of Guildford and beyond. The Department of Transport’s Swan River Upper Reaches Aquatic Use Review (AUR) would see personal water ...

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City of Swan council’s bloc party revealed

A DEBATE over security measures for a Guildford home has fully exposed the rift in the City of Swan council, with a councillor censured and the Mayor abruptly calling an end to the meeting. Councillors were debating the installation of ...

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Stirling Street to get official consultation

THE City of Swan have voted to proceed with consultation regarding parking on Stirling Street in Guildford after revoking a previously-adopted motion that effectively banned parking on the street. In Parking Ban Puzzling Guildford (Echo News, June 12), resident Andrew ...

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Parking ban puzzling Guildford

Residents and business owners in Guildford are mystified by a recent decision by the City of Swan to effectively ban parking on the southern side of Stirling Street. The motion, put forward by Altone Councillor Andrew Kiely, called on the ...

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Reading back on the books

AS debate rages over Premier Mark McGowan’s hard-line stance on border closures, the City of Swan is slowly beginning the process of relaxing restrictions and re-opening City facilities. Last Tuesday, Local Government Minister David Templeman urged local governments to take ...

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Manic Monday

MONDAY May 18 can’t come soon enough for local pubs, cafes and restaurants, with the State Government announcement that restrictions on dine-in food outlets are finally relaxing. Times have been tough since noon on March 23, when Premier Mark McGowan ...

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