Young artists emerge as winners

Winners of the 2017 City of Nedlands Emerge: Youth Art Awards have been announced.

Open to people aged 12 to 25 and selected from a record 169 entries...

Less waste means less cost for City of Nedlands

New technology used to recover and recycle bulk verge rubbish streams has put the City of Nedlands a significant step closer towards achieving the State Government’s target of diverting 65 per...

Thoughts on 10-year vision for Nedlands needed

The City of Nedlands is reviewing its Strategic Community Plan and calling for feedback to shape the next 10 years.

Nedlands 2027 is a continuation of...


Following a State Administrative Tribunal decision, possession of Hackett Hall in Floreat has been returned to Playlovers – but the theatre group must complete a range of works before being...

Students learn with worms and how to ace with waste

Wriggly worms, compost critters and recycling right were the main focus of National Science Week activities, coordinated by the City of Nedlands, at Nedlands Primary School recently.



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Record number of entries as young artists emerge

The Emerge: Youth Art Awards received a record 169 entries from 127 entrants this year – and they will be on display at the John Leckie Pavilion on 19 August.



Council elections will be held on 21 October 2017. If you would like to stand for office, nominations open on 7 September and close on 14 September 2017....