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Share the word about NAIDOC celebrations - 09 June 2017

Community members are invited to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures at one of the many activities in the City of Gosnells as part of NAIDOC Week.

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Paint up a storm this school holidays - 09 June 2017

Audiences will be spell bound as they watch visual artist Phil Doncon bring paint 'alive' on a massive canvas on Tuesday 4 July at Don Russell Performing Arts Centre.

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Four-year revegetation program starts at Yule Brook - 01 June 2017

Work has begun on a four-year $400,000 plan by the City of Gosnells to rejuvenate Yule Brook and the wetlands surrounding the newly developed Mills Park in Beckenham.

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Cuppa for a good cause - 31 May 2017

In June, the City of Gosnells will host two fun events to raise funds for cancer research, as part of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

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Get planting for local bushland’s future - 31 May 2017

You’re invited to get in touch with your wild side, by improving the bushland at Tom Bateman Reserve in Thornlie on 2 July.

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Road project gives new home to 100 grasstrees - 30 May 2017

One hundred native Australian grasstrees have been salvaged thanks to an agreement between the City of Gosnells and a property developer.

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Name change for Fraser Road North - 29 May 2017

Residents and businesses in Fraser Road North in Canning Vale will have a new address after 1 July, following a State Government decision to rename the street to reduce confusion with nearby Fraser Road.

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Grow South East alliance - 26 May 2017

Western Australia’s south east corridor councils have joined forces, forming an alliance to highlight the economic value of a region overlooked for so many years.

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Views sought on Fremantle Road changes - 24 May 2017

The community is being asked to comment on a $2.5 million plan to downgrade Fremantle Road in Gosnells to a two-lane carriageway following years of declining traffic.

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Have a good laugh Over the Fence - 17 May 2017

Australia’s longest-running touring comedy film festival is coming to the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre for a matinee screening on Sunday 18 June.

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