Council Election Results
A new-look City of Karratha Council was officially sworn in at a Special Council Meeting on Monday 23 October following the 2017 Local Government Elections held over the weekend.
City of Karratha batonbearers prepare to share the dream of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) has announced the batonbearers who will carry the Queen’s Baton during the 100-day countdown to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).
City and Rio sign on to five more years
Thanks to unprecedented achievement and an overarching drive for sustainability, the award-winning Community Infrastructure and Services Partnership between the City of Karratha and Rio Tinto has been extended for a further five years.
Free E-waste drop off service
An E-waste recycling program will be implemented in the City of Karratha next month as part of an agreement between TechCollect and Council.
Statement regarding ongoing general practitioner services in Wickham and Dampier
Following the recent closure of the general practice in Wickham, Rural Health West convened a meeting with representatives from the City of Karratha, Rio Tinto and 360 Health to determine a plan to restore general practice services in the near future.
Oval upgrade seeks funding
The September Ordinary Council Meeting saw the endorsement of planned works for the extensive redevelopment of Kevin Richards Memorial Oval.
City slams Woodside FIFO Camp Proposal
The City of Karratha Council is calling on Woodside and the State Government to rethink a proposal to build a new 700 bed FIFO camp on the outskirts of Karratha.
City welcomes funding for local projects in State Budget
The City of Karratha has welcomed the State Government’s commitment to a number of local projects in its 2017 WA Budget however is disappointed some initiatives missed out.
New Pilbara Conference wrap
Last week ‘The New Pilbara’ was held in Perth, hosted by the four Chambers of Commerce within the Pilbara. The conference was attended by more than 450 people and really shone the spotlight on the region as an area loaded with opportunity.