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Glen Iris Community Chat

The City is running a community chat to raise awareness of reporting mechanisms of antisocial behaviour in Glen Iris as this was one of the themes that came out of the consultation at the end of last year. Key messages: If you see something report it. Report to the appropriate channels and not just Facebook […]

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Are you storm ready?

For more information about how to prepare for storms and keep your home safe, please visit https://dfes.wa.gov.au/safetyinformation/storm/StormGuidelinesandManuals/DFES_Storm-Prepare.pdf […]

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WOW Day

WOW Day celebrates and recognises the hard work and dedication of our State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers. The community is encouraged to dress in orange to raise awareness of the SES and show their support on Wednesday 22 May. The City of Bunbury will light the Koombana Footbridge orange on this special day and would […]

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DFES At Risk Communities Program

The Department of Fire and Emergency Service (DFES) At Risk Communities Program assists service providers in the aged care and disability sectors to learn about assisting their in-home clients to prepare for and respond to bushfire emergencies. DFES has commissioned a review of the Program and has engaged Quantum Consulting Australia (QCA) to conduct the […]

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Community Information Session

Members of the public are invited to a free community forum to discuss the changes to Intimate Images laws that came into effect earlier this month. Where: Bunbury Trotting Club When: 8 May 2019, 4pm – 5pm No RSVP required.   […]

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Are You a Business or Home-Owner with CCTV?

You can now register your CCTV with the Police, this may assist police in the case of an incident and help keep your community a safe place to live. All details are confidential, if you wish to regsiter please see the link below. https://www.wastatecctv.com.au/ […]

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5 Tips for Home Safety/Security

Keep doors and windows locked in the home, even when you are at home Get to know your neighbours. Exchange contact details and look out for each other’s homes. Tell them if you see something out of the ordinary. Let someone know if you are going away, set light’s to timers, divert the mail or […]

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