New Bill first step in biodiversity conservation

Download here: Dec 2 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 4MB)

In this issue:

  • Conservation Council WA and WA Forrest Alliance comment on Biodiverstiy Conservation Bill introduced to Parliament.
  • Telstra exchange fault leaves locals and the Weekly without internet access.
  • Looking back with Molly
  • Community Input sought on a new ‘uniquely Walpole’ look for the Weekly
  • Fun run and social photos of the week



Pioneer Park dump pump grump

The October 21, 2015 Walpole Weekly is out. In this issue:

  • The Shire of Manjimup has fixed a RV dump problem in Pioneer Park that saw an overflow of raw sewage;
  • The results of Saturday’s Denmark and Manjimup council elections are in;
  • Multiple perspectives on a land search situation that took place in bush around Walpole last week;

And more … Download the October 21, 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 5 MB).


Rick Wilson: A conservative ‘L’/’l’ liberal

The October 14, 2015 Walpole Weekly is out. In this issue:

  • Part two of the Weekly‘s two-part interview with Federal Member for O’Connor Rick Wilson;
  • There’s something smelly in Walpole and Ivan Gardner, Penny Bird, and Ian Tarbotton are unhappy about it;
  • The Walpole, Nornalup & Districts Community Development Group have endorsed Rick Wilson’s local priorities (as revealed in part one of the Weekly‘s two-part interview);
  • Local recreational fisher Jim Love saved a hungry albatross;
  • Walpole Primary School students inspired the Phytofighter dieback cleaning station reveals Gary Muir;
  • Former Walpole Weekly editor Mike Murphy has published a novel, some of which was written in Walpole;

And much more. Download the October 14, 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 4 MB).