Savings fund new projects
The first quarterly budget review of the 16/17 financial year has resulted in over $800,000 of new projects being funded as well as a surplus of $300,000 being carried forward.
Community sports awards honour local greats
Local sporting greats gathered at the Karratha Leisureplex on Friday night to celebrate the achievements of local clubs and codes at the fifth annual FUTURECLUBS Community Sports Awards.
Council adopts revitalisation plan
Plans to improve the long term development potential, liveability, connectivity and amenity in Karratha’s most established suburbs continue to move forward with Council adopting the Karratha Revitalisation Strategy at the October Council Meeting last Monday night.
Basketball great to headline 2016 Futureclubs Community Sports Awards
One of the pioneers of Australian women’s basketball, Michele Timms will be this year’s guest of honour at 2016 Futureclubs Community Sports Awards to be held on Friday 18 Nov.
Foreshore lookouts help protect coastal assets
An additional lookout structure and car parking area will be constructed at Maitland Road in Karratha to further enhance pedestrian access and amenity along the coastal dune area.
Strategy sets out engagement roadmap
Collaborative and productive relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people are at the forefront an engagement strategy adopted by the City of Karratha.
City gets water wise
A holistic strategy to manage water resources has been adopted by the City of Karratha.
Bushfire brigade to improve fire response
A dedicated Bush Fire Brigade is proposed to be established and run by the City of Karratha to focus on responding to fires outside of the Karratha town site.
New youth initiative to grow skills
A ten-week program run by the City of Karratha Youth Services Team at The Youth Shed and the Safer Communities Partnership will see young men in the region learn the basics of bike mechanics.