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Recent Media Releases

13 May 2022 Seadragonz Swim School – A Switched On Business
Seadragonz Swim School in Forrestdale has won a Switched On Business Award for their commitment to environmental sustainability and for reducing the environmental footprint of their business. Lari McDonald, owner of Seadragonz Swim School, was awarded the Switched On Business Award by City of Armadale Mayor Ruth Butterfield.
10 May 2022 Council alliance welcome Labor and Liberal $10 million river health vow
The South East Corridor Councils Alliance (SECCA) has welcomed election pledges from the federal Labor and Liberal parties who have both recently promised to invest $10 million into restoring the health of the Canning River.   SECCA, an alliance between the cities of Canning, Armadale, Gosnells and the Town of Victoria Park, launched the Restoring our Rivers campaign in January to lobby the Federal Government for $10 million to restore rivers impacted by overdevelopment. 
2 May 2022 2022 Minnawarra Art Award Winners Announced
Winners of the 2022 Minnawarra Art Awards, sharing a $25,000 prize pool, were announced at the exhibition opening night on Friday 29 April. Mayor Butterfield said the professionally curated exhibition provides viewers with high calibre and diverse artworks. “There is something for everyone in this year’s exhibition from sculptures and clay to a range of paintings, and contemporary photographs. It’s great to see that around 20% of the exhibition come from local artists making this a must-see event for our community,” said Mayor Butterfield.
29 Apr 2022 Funding Pledged for New Roleystone Fire Station
The City of Armadale is set to receive a boost to its emergency services facilities if a Morrison Government is re-elected, thanks to a $2.2 million Federal funding pledge for the new Roleystone Fire Station at Springdale Park. Mayor Ruth Butterfield said today’s welcome announcement will assist the City to deliver a new, modern, fit-for-purpose facility that local fire-fighting volunteers and the community can be proud of.
29 Apr 2022 Calling Young Writers to the 2022 Armadale Young Writers’ Awards
The City of Armadale is again calling aspiring young writers to put pen to paper and enter the Armadale Young Writers’ Awards. 2022 is the 12th year of the Armadale Young Writers’ Awards which was established to encourage excellence in creative writing, and is open to all students from Year 3 through to Year 12 who live or attend school within the City of Armadale. There are five categories for prose entries with a first prize of $200, second prize of $150, and third prize of $100 awarded in each category. Entries will be judged in the following categories:
13 Apr 2022 $1.6M Outstanding Bike Track Opens in Armadale
A $1.6M bike facility was today officially opened by City of Armadale Mayor Ruth Butterfield and Armadale MLA Tony Buti The new state-of-the-art bike track at John Dunn Challenge Park caters for cycle-based activities for a wide range of ages and abilities The facility offers pump tracks for beginner and advanced riders, jump tracks at beginner, intermediate and advanced/extreme levels, skills loop, bike playground, and a mountain bike skills trail around the park’s perimeter
1 Apr 2022 Armadale Arts Festival – A Celebration of Creativity
Art and creativity will be the heart of the annual Armadale Arts Festival when it kicks off later this month. Armadale Mayor Ruth Butterfield said this year’s festival which runs from Friday 29 April through to Sunday 15 May delivers an exciting program of live music, visual arts and craft, literature and culture, while showcasing incredible local home-grown talent.

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