Mayor and Minister response to City of Melville Inquiry Report

An inquiry into the City of Melville has concluded and the Department of Local Government released their report detailing findings and recommendations. City of Melville Mayor, Russell Aubrey said they have always been compliant and will continue to work in conjunction with the local government minister, David Templeman and the department. With over 300 complaints…

Report calls for cultural change in City of Melville following inquiry

A report into allegations made against the City of Melville has revealed a need for cultural change in the council. The McGowan Government tabled a report in State Parliament on Thursday after an inquiry followed an unprecedented number of allegations were made against the City since 2014. The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural…

Roe 8 Backers Fight Deletion of Road Reserve With New Petition

Roe 8 supporters have claimed the controversial highway extension is not dead, again fighting to save the project for future construction amid state government plans to permanently delete the road reserve. Backers of the extension state that Roe 8 will still cut the road’s congestion, with federal Liberal Party MP Ben Morton launching a petition…

FOGO bin system to be rolled out across Melville

After an extensive and successful trial to nearly 7,000 City of Melville residents, the Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO) three bin system was given the go-ahead in Tuesday’s council meeting and will now be rolled out mid next year to 39,500 households. City of Melville Mayor, Russell Aubrey, welcomed the support and is looking forward…

Cockburn In Shock Following Councillor Steven Portelli’s Sudden Death

City of Cockburn Mayor Logan Howlett has paid tribute to the City’s councillor Steven Portelli, after he suddenly died on Australia Day. Mr Howlett extended his condolences to the Portelli and Puglia families and on behalf of the City in a statement, while honouring the long-standing councillor’s service to the community. “The passing of Councillor…