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|22 Jan 2021||
City welcomes new citizens on Australia Day
The City of Armadale welcomed 51 new citizens on Tuesday, January 26 as part of its Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony. The conferees from 13 countries, including the United Kingdom (10 new citizens), Philippines (8), India (7) and Liberia (4) became Australian citizens, in a ceremony held at the Armadale District Hall. “Each year we welcome new Australians to our growing community as part of Australia Day celebrations,” said City of Armadale Mayor, Ruth Butterfield.
|18 Dec 2020||
Local wins Switch your thinking Young Re-inventor of the Year competition
City of Armadale local Kayla Bongers has won first place in the secondary school category of Switch your thinking’s Young Re-inventor of the Year competition. The 2020 Switch your thinking competition theme was Future Food, with entrants asked to submit their invention with photos and a brief description. Entries were judged on criteria including: relevance to the theme, waste reduction and practicality.
|14 Dec 2020||
New look Australia Day in the City of Armadale
Australia Day is expected to look a little different than usual around the country in 2021 as the wider community continues to recover from the impacts of COVID-19. Instead of the City of Armadale’s annual event in Minnawarra Park, we’re encouraging you to enjoy activities in your own home, so that we can ensure everyone’s safety on the day. We’ll have your entertainment sorted as the City partners with 107.3 Heritage FM to provide a live Australia Day broadcast on Tuesday, 26th January. Listeners can tune in from midday through to 9pm.
|30 Nov 2020||
Forward works at Roleystone Theatre redevelopment set to get underway
Forward works will begin in January to mark the first stage of the City of Armadale’s Roleystone Theatre redevelopment. In order to reduce the overall project timeline, a forward works package (partial demolition) was awarded to Focus Demolition and Asbestos Removal. The forward works will run concurrently with the finalisation of the design and documentation work for the theatre proper. This will ensure that there can be an immediate start once the tender for construction is awarded.
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