Responses to Media

Racially offensive social media comments by Cr Separovich

11 June, 2020

Response to the Cockburn Gazette re: Racially offensive social media comments by an Elected Member, 10.6.20
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Graffiti art at South Fremantle Power Station

9 June, 2020

Response to ABC Radio Perth re: Graffiti art at South Fremantle Power Station, North Coogee 8.6.20
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Federal COVID-19 recovery funding

9 June, 2020

Response to the Cockburn Gazette re: Federal COVID-19 recovery funding, 26.5.20
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Property revaluations/2020-21 rates

4 June, 2020

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: property revaluations/2020-21 rates, 29.5.20 
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New State Government Planning Legislation

28 May, 2020

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: new State Government Planning Legislation, 21.5.20
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Poisoned trees at Perlinte Point

15 May, 2020

Response to University of Notre Dame Politics and Journalism, printed in Cockburn City Herald 15.5.20 
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City appeals for federal funding during COVID-19

30 April, 2020

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: Federal funding appeal during COVID-19, 28.4.20
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Black Spot funds for Hamilton Hill intersection

29 April, 2020

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: Black Spot funds for Pheonix/Rockingham Rds intersection, 28.4.20 
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CEO position

21 April, 2020

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: CEO position, 21.4.20
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Stephen Cain will not return to City as CEO

17 April, 2020

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: 16 April, 2020 Special Council Meeting, 17.4.2020
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Cockburn Nyungar moort Beeliar boodja-k kaadadjiny. Koora, yeyi, benang baalap nidja boodja-k kaaradjiny.
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We acknowledge a continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to the Elders, past and present.