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In what may be a first for Western Australia and even the nation, Councillor Rebecca Aubrey daughter of City of Melville Mayor, Russell Aubrey, was elected by her fellow Councillors at the October 2016 Ordinary Meeting of Council to serve[…]
10 October 2016 - 31 October 2016
25 October 2016 - None
25 October 2016
Want to keep chooks in your backyard but need to know more?Read more...
12 November 2016
Learn about worms, worm farms, castings and moreRead more...
26 November 2016
Each year in late November Applecross Rotary takes over a much-loved section of Ardross Street, in the heart of Applecross Village, to put on a fantastic, family-friendly day of fun and entertainment.\nRead more...