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Shire push for sewage upgrade

Claire Ottaviano UPGRADING wastewater treatment capacity, currently restricting growth of the Mundaring townsite, is one of the top lobbying priorities of the Shire. At Tuesday night’s council meeting councillors voted to adopt a list of six priorities with the revitalisation ...

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New era for tourism begins in the Perth Hills

Mundaring Weir tourism

By Claire Ottaviano THE Experience Perth Hills’ tourism marketing brand has been reborn to integrate the wider Perth Hills area for a cooperative approach to tourism promotion in the region. The official launch of the Perth Hills’ Tourism Alliance’s (PHTA) ...

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Council calls meeting for Hub Plus

hub plus mundaring shire

By Claire Ottaviano A SITE sandwiched between Jacoby Street and Craig Street in Mundaring could become home to a new multipurpose hub. The hub, named Hub Plus, proposes to pull major community facilities in under one roof. The conceptual facility ...

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No justice in church approval claim residents

By Claire Ottaviano RESIDENTS have accused the Shire of Mundaring of putting lives at risk by recommending conditional approval of a Plymouth Brethren Christian Church Hall in Parkerville. A coalition of 27 households on Hill Road, Seaborne Street, Hallett Road ...

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Change around the corner in Mundaring

refund scheme opens in Mundaring

By Claire Ottaviano A BIG change is coming to the Mundaring Community Recycling Centre with the opening of its new Containers for Change refund point next week. From Thursday, October 1, residents, community groups, businesses and schools will be able ...

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Mundaring Council live at last

Mundaring Council meetings now live streamed

By Claire Ottaviano THE commitment to live stream Mundaring Council meetings has come to fruition with cameras and hardware installed in chambers ready for next week’s meeting. Council supported a live streaming policy in April but voted to delay its ...

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