Jan 24th

Claremont celebrates Lunar New Year

Jan 24th

Lion dances, traditional performances, a Chinese calligrapher, face painters and two Asian food trucks will transform Avion Way into a vibrant Lunar New Year celebration as residents and visitors welcome Year of the Rat on Thursday night.

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Jan 16th

Cool fun in the sun in Claremont

Jan 16th

As temperatures rise, there’s no better way to spend a hot Perth afternoon than watching your children enjoy the delights of water play.

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Feb 14th

Summer farewelled with new laneway event

Feb 14th

Claremont Town Centre will be saying goodbye to summer with a European inspired, pop-up street party along Walt Drabble Lane next Thursday evening. 

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Feb 10th

DAP win for Claremont

Feb 10th

Town of Claremont Mayor Jock Barker is pleased with the outcome of last week’s Development Assessment Panel’s refusal of an application for a child care centre on Alfred Road in Claremont.

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Feb 7th

Sensational young cellist set to perform with WASO

Feb 7th

A talented young Perth cellist will take to the stage when the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) plays in Claremont Park this month.

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Mar 18th

Our commitment to safety and wellbeing

Mar 18th

In response to COVID-19 the Town of Claremont is taking measures to support safety and wellbeing in our community.

 

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Mar 13th

Town’s upcoming events cancelled

Mar 13th

Based on the latest information from the Department of Health relating to health concerns around Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Town of Claremont has made the cautionary decision to postpone if possible or cancel all upcoming town-organised events.

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Mar 11th

Recyclable road trial for Claremont

Mar 11th

Last week, Mayor Jock Barker visited Boral contractors on site to witness the resurfacing of a suburban street using a new road seal made of recycled materials.

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Apr 28th

Museum upgrade progresses

Apr 28th

Plans for the Freshwater Bay Museum upgrade have had positive feedback from Claremont residents and the broader commuity, with the majority of respondents backing the proposal.

 

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Apr 24th

Claremont Cares – support for community & business

Apr 24th

The Town of Claremont has prepared a plan to support residents and local business impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. 

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Apr 23rd

Claremont Mayor delivers Anzac Day message – by online video

Apr 23rd

The Mayor of Claremont will deliver a moving message to commemorate Anzac Day – but for the first time in the Town’s history, it will be delivered by online video.

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Apr 6th

Fruit fly detections prompt call to residents to assist

Apr 6th

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development is calling on residents in Dalkeith and surrounding suburbs to support efforts to stamp out the exotic pest Queensland fruit fly (Qfly).
 

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May 21st

Claremont community pitches in to transcribe century-old love letters

May 21st

Volunteers across Claremont are delving into the romantic world of one of Claremont’s first residents – by transcribing hand-written love letters that go back more than a century.

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May 15th

Town’s facilities set to reopen

May 15th

Town of Claremont’s facilities are preparing to reopen their doors for the first time since the government’s COVID-19 lockdown.

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May 14th

Claremont's food drive for Foobank WA a great success

May 14th

Residents of Claremont have shown their community spirit this week by donating more than 1,000 meals to Foodbank WA.

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Jun 17th

Rates kept low but investment focus high

Jun 17th

A decrease in the total rates yield, no increase on fees and charges, and a Financial Hardship Policy are three objectives the Town of Claremont Council has delivered through its draft 2020-21 Budget.

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Jun 12th

Former Councillor makes Queen’s Birthday Honours List

Jun 12th

Town of Claremont Mayor Jock Barker has congratulated former Councillor Dr Alastair Tulloch for being recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List earlier this week.

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Jun 4th

Post reporter to guest judge on Claremont writing competition

Jun 4th

The Post Newspaper’s David Cohen is joining the Town of Claremont as a special guest judge on their inaugural creative writing competition.

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Jun 4th

Town supports small business as restrictions ease

Jun 4th

In an effort to stimulate the local economy and support small businesses impacted by COVID-19, a redirection of grant funding previously set aside for events has been made available for businesses of the Claremont Town Centre who are re activating their businesses as restrictions ease.

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Jul 27th

Contemporary Covid-19 collection for Claremont’s museum archives

Jul 27th

Town of Claremont’s Museum Advisory Committee has asked Councillors and the broader community to contribute to a contemporary collection documenting life through the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Jul 23rd

Nominate a neighbour for volunteer awards

Jul 23rd

Town of Claremont Mayor Jock Barker is calling for nominations for this year’s Volunteer Awards, with the Covid-19 pandemic bringing out the volunteering spirit in Claremont community.

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Jul 9th

Rates reduction or freeze for majority of Claremont’s ratepayers

Jul 9th

Claremont Council has ratified its 2020-21 financial budget, ensuring that the overwhelming majority of the Town’s ratepayers see a reduction or freeze in their rates.

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Jul 8th

Airlie Street development denied by Council

Jul 8th

Last night’s Claremont Council meeting proved to be a popular one with around 100 members of the public attending to hear Council’s decision on the Airlie Street Development.

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Nov 23rd

Sterile insects to combat Qfly

Nov 23rd

A unique control technique is being trialled in Perth's western suburbs in a bid to eradicate any remaining Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) from the area.

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Nov 23rd

BLOG: Have a Happy and Sustainable Christmas!

Nov 23rd

Top tips for small changes this season.
Christmas can be a time of more! More food and gifts has the potential for wasted food, unwanted presents and unnecessary packaging.  With a few small changes, it is very easy to be more sustainable during this time. Here are our top five tips:
 

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Nov 12th
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