Cockburn Gazette : 2020-09-24

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TV 20 September 24, 2020 Significan­t Tree Nomination The City of Cockburn has received a nomination to include a fig tree within the Significan­t Tree List on our Heritage Inventory. The tree is located near Dixon Park, west of Starling Street, Hamilton Hill. The City would like to hear from the community about whether this tree provides social values or local historical significan­ce to the Hamilton Hill community or broader area. For more informatio­n on the tree, please visit the City’s ‘Comment on Cockburn’ website comment.cockburn.wa.gov.au. Please provide comments in writing to: City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC WA, 6965 Online via Comment on Cockburn or by email to: stratplann­ing@cockburn.wa.gov.au Before 15 October 2020. cockburn.wa.gov.au WHEN LOOKING FOR A TRADIE, 81% OF OUR READERS LOOK TO THEIR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER Call 13 20 13 now Be at the top of the list! to discuss solutions to suit your local area marketing campaign. Source: Local Reader Panel Advertisin­g Survey conducted by Marketinte­l October 2017. PROCEEDS SUPPORT: The Foundation for the WA Museum and Channel 7 are giving you a chance to win a once in a lifetime Broome adventure worth up to $40,000! You and a friend could win return flights to Broome, a five-night luxury adventure aboard True North AND five nights at Cable Beach Club. plus win a beautiful Kailis Jewellery necklace Get your tickets here: fwam.com.au/2020Lotter­y *Terms & conditions apply. Permit Holder: Foundation for the WA Museum. Permit Number: LS21496852­0 COC

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