Change: up for discussion

Download here: March 2 2016, Walpole-Weekly (PDF 4.9MB)

In this issue:

  • Rod Burton talks to the Weekly about the proposed Pioneer Park enhancement plan to be discussed at a public meeting today.
  • Readers reply to last week’s letter to the editor by Peter Bidwell.
  • Calls for support to petition the Federal Government for mobile black spot funding for Australia wide triple zero emergency calls.
  • Fire regulation update.
  • Top Weekly pics and more!


Foreshore rehab planned

Download here: February 24 2016, Walpole Weekly (PDF 3.8MB)

In this issue:

  • A section of the Walpole Inlet foreshore is set to receive much needed bank stabilisation work.
  • Readers respond to Visitor Centre upgrade proposal.
  • Shire to hold a public meeting to seek comment on the proposed plan for Pioneer Park, Pioneer Cottage and the town centre revitalisation plan.
  • Looking back with Molly…


Pioneer Cottage decision deferred

Download here: February 17 2016, Walpole Weekly (PDF 3.6MB)

In this issue:

  • Manjimup Shire council defers approval to carry out improvements to Pioneer Cottage.
  • Vandals cause damage on the fairway at Walpole Golf Course.
  • Walpole ‘In the Trees Regatta’ ready to set sail.
  • Read our new feature: Why Walpole? Where locals tell their story on how they came to be here.February-17-2016

Tin Shed Pottery end of an era

Download here: February 10 2016, Walpole-Weekly (PDF 4MB)

In this issue:

  • Bob and Ros Quin close the doors of the Tin Shed Pottery Gallery.
  • Calls for a public meeting over Walpole Visitor Centre’s move to replace timber cladding of Pioneer Cottage with colourbond.
  • Kay and Dennis Hall commended at the Premier’s Australia Day Active Citizenship Awards.
  • February time of plenty news from Ficifolia Community Garden.




Walpole Markets in full swing

Download here: January 6 2016 Walpole Weekly (PDF 4.7MB)

In this issue:

  • Check out our new cover look.
  • Walpole Markets in full swing with live entertainment and variety of fresh produce, art and craft stalls.
  • Manjimup Shire praised for provision of a litter trailer during busy tourist season.
  • Car crushed near Manjimup.
  • New Art Gallery set to open in North Walpole.

January 6 2015