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Thursday 9 August 2018 saw the Shire of Manjimup officially re-open the State Timber Museum in the Manjimup Heritage Park.
The Shire has been made aware of the ringbarking of a large Karri tree on North Walpole Road, Walpole.
The Manjimp Lions Club have kindly donated a portable amplifier to the youth at the Manjin Rec Plaza.
Chemical spill serves as reminder to secure your load.
An exciting look at our spectacular Southern Forests Region.
The Shire of Manjimup this year partnered with the East Manjimup Primary School to complete an entry for the annual Local Government Week competition, “Banners in the Terrace”.
From the 21 June 2018 the Northcliffe Public Library has been co-located with the Northcliffe Visitor Centre in a move that has increased the library opening hours from 15 hours a week to 49 hours a week.
The Shire has been successful in securing a grant for $307,085 for CCTV and lighting in the CBD and the Manjimup Heritage Park.
Crowd gathers for the official opening of the Wellness and Respite Community Centre.
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At the ordinary Council meeting held in Manjimup on 3 May 2018 Cr Dean Bavich submitted his resignation from Council. Cr Bavich has been serving on Council since 2010 and was Deputy Shire President from 2013 to 2017.
Shire representatives attended a march in Bunbury on Friday 20 April 2018 to protest the imminent closure of camp schools around the State.
Over 250 people streamed into the Manjimup Timber Park on Friday night 20 April 2018 for the official opening of the Sandra Donovan Sound Shell.
Disappointed to announce that the official opening of the Manjin Recreation Plaza and Youth Week Festival has been cancelled due to the unfavourable weather forecast.
Enthusiasm is building and performers are rehearsing to demonstrate the vast and varied local talent we have on hand in Manjimup and to showcase the Sandra Donovan Sound Shell at the official opening celebration to be held on Friday 20 April 2018.