What made the news in Cockburn – 4-8 Oct 2021

Thursday, 7 October
Rove McManus will headline this year’s Side Splitter Comedy Festival held in Hamilton Hill and supported by the City of Cockburn. opens in a new window
The mad Fremantle Dockers fan is part of a star-studded line-up at the Festival, which also includes his best mate Dave Callan, fellow comedians Mandy Knight and Janelle Koenig and drag queen BarbieQ.

The City of Cockburn is continuing to help reduce mortality rates of native turtles during the current peak nesting season. opens in a new window
The City is holding feral animal control throughout the 2021-22 turtle season in and around nesting areas, installing temporary educational signage such as ‘turtle on the move’, continuing its Turtle Trackers program and maintaining 12 lakeside nesting refuges at Bibra Lake.

Treeby families will have an IGA supermarket, medical centre and shops coming to their suburb in late 2022. opens in a new window
The second stage of Stockland’s Calleya town centre development, which already has a Nido Early School and Mooba Cafe, will include a medical centre, IGA supermarket and speciality retailers.

Wednesday, 6 October
Research has found that artificial reefs, like those installed at the Coogee Maritime Trail, may actually attract more fish than natural reefs. opens in a new window

Monday, 4 October
A former pound puppy turned honorary Ranger for the City of Cockburn was named a runner up at the RSPCA WA Animal Welfare Awards for 2021. opens in a new window
At a ceremony on Sunday 4 October, the loveable terrier crossbreed named Ranger Annie received a silver medal in the animal award category which recognises furry friends who have had a positive impact on the life of their owner or a community.
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