Home / Tag Archives: shire of mundaring

Tag Archives: shire of mundaring

Robinson Road set to close 2022

By Claire Ottaviano MAIN Roads WA (MRWA) claims the closure of Robinson Road will not significantly impact traffic issues in Midland. However, the results of  a traffic study show worrying long term predictions on congestion in Bellevue and Midland. The ...

Read More »

Shire’s booking blunder costs club

By Rebecca Peppiatt SHIRE of Mundaring has been forced to apologise over an embarrassing triple booking blunder that left a community group out of pocket and seeking compensation. Two football clubs had locked in games at the Mundaring Oval on ...

Read More »

Awards open for last time

By Rebecca Peppiatt HILLS artists can now nominate for one of the region’s most lucrative awards, in what could be the last time it’s up for grabs. The prestigious Robert Juniper Award for the Arts (RJAA) had its funding axed ...

Read More »

Chuditch sighting reignites land fight

By Melissa Sheil A RARE sighting of a threatened native animal in Glen Forrest has local environmental scientists excited for the future of the population, while also adding fuel to their battle against redevelopment of the site. Between February and ...

Read More »

Pumped for new track

By Rebecca Peppiatt Teens and younger kids in Glen Forrest are gearing up for a meeting next week that will see them give their input and ideas on a new pump track planned for the town. Mundaring Shire is holding ...

Read More »

Speed limit concerns

By Rebecca Peppiatt Residents in Hovea say a speed increase on Park Road is unsafe and dangerous to local wildlife and children. Park Road was one of five roads in the area reviewed by Main Roads at the Shire of ...

Read More »

Basketball court finally in the works

By Rebecca Peppiatt Glen Forrest locals will soon get their much-anticipated basketball court after Shire of Mundaring councillors this week voted to bring forward plans to build one. The issue has become controversial in recent months after council began work ...

Read More »

Hills charity in limbo

By Rebecca Peppiatt A HILLS not-for-profit group that helps people with disabilities through horse riding is once again facing closure after plans to move to a site in Stoneville were pulled out from underneath them. The new site is based ...

Read More »