Toodyay Road Liaison Committee · Update January 2014
The Toodyay Road Liaison Committee (TLC) is a sub-committee of the Gidgegannup Progress Association
and formed originally at the request of Frank Alban MLA for the community to meet with Main Roads
to determine the best way to upgrade the Toodyay Road to make it safer for all users and for those who live and do business on the road.
TLC Update - January 2014..
Toodyay Road page..
Progress Association · Proposed Small Landholder Group
Sandy Pate - Regional Landcare Facilitator working out of the Perth Region NRM (Natural Resource Management) office in Midland -
gave a presentation at the recent Gidgegannup Progress Association meeting.
Through its "Caring For Our Country" program,
the Federal Government makes funding and resources available to assist landholders and groups with common interests
to increase their NRM knowledge and skills to enable on-ground practice change.
Perth Region NRM would like to assist local small landholders and farmers to set up an informal group in Gidgegannup
to work on a number of issues such as adapting to climate change, farm water issues, horticulture, pasture and grazing etc.
This group will have a chairperson or spokesperson to keep contact amongst the other members,
while the Rural Landcare Facilitator will provide support to address local agricultural problems, arrange field days and workshops.
There are other similar groups operating in other areas of the Swan region.
Delivery of the project is at no cost to members and the nature of the issues covered will be determined by members.
Meetings are usually held around four times a year and can be hosted at farms or any other suitable venue.
Evening meetings can be easily arranged for members' convenience.
For further information, please contact Sandy Pate at Perth Region NRM on 9374 3333 or by
Perth Region NRM website..
Kookaburra Cinema · Season 18 Program 3
This is the last program segment for this season
and is the very last series of movies to be projected by means of 35mm film
which by the end of this year will be only a memory in Australia.
Currently we at Kookaburra are considering our options as to whether to convert to digital or close the gates.
Nothing is yet certain and as the season end comes along we should be in a better position to know in which direction we are to go.
Trust that you find something of interest in the titles offered and what there is there is about all that is available at present.
Regards, Lindsay @ Kookaburra
Kookaburra Cinema website..