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FIFO Scaffidi plans another China trip


EXCLUSIVE: Perth mayor Lisa Scaffidi, embroiled in a monumental travel fiasco, plans to jet off on yet another trip to a city named in four of her alleged 45 breaches of the Local Government Act.

Mrs Scaffidi, who the Department of Local Government this week accused of breaching the Local Government Act 45 times, after the CCC last year published opinions of serious misconduct after she accepted a free trip from BHP-Billiton for she and property developer husband Joe to the Beijing Olympics, now wants to use $4000 of ratepayer money to shoot off to Nanjing and Chengdu.

If approved, Mrs Scaffidi’s fly-in-fly-out visit will occur next month – between June 21 and 25.

Four of Mrs Scaffidi’s 45 alleged breaches relate to travel she undertook to Nanjing in 2009 and 2010.

Her next trip is purported to support promotional activities of a business alliance called StudyPerth, formerly known as Perth Education City, whose partial funding of her 2009 trip to Nanjing was also cited in one of the four Nanjing-related allegations.

Mrs Scaffidi has also been invited to participate in the ‘Innovation Forum for Mayors on International Sister Cities of Chengdu’ on June 24.

Chengdu and Nanjing are sister cities of Perth, and council Economic Development supremo Steven McDougall has recommended that Mrs Scaffidi be allowed to go.

Whether the jetsetting mayor gets to chalk yet another Chinese stamp up on her well-worn passport has not been considered by a council committee, as would normally occur.

Instead, Mr McDougall’s recommendation will on Tuesday night be considered only by the full city council, due, Mr McDougall advises, “to limited time being available to consider this matter”.

An unsigned invitation from the foreign affairs office of the Nanjing Municipal People’s Government “warmly” invites Mrs Scaffidi “to Nanjing again as out most welcome guests [sic] and dearest family members [sic]”.

In another invitation, the Mayor of Chengdu prematurely ejects that he is: “very happy to hear that you will lead an education delegation to visit Chengdu”.

The Department of Local Government has recommended that consideration be given to commencing disciplinary action against Mrs Scaffidi over her 45 alleged breaches of the Act.

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Defiers of winter ban beware – your garden walls may have ears.

Neighbours urged to dob in a sprinkler flouter


Householders across Perth, Mandurah and parts of the Southwest and Great Southern must turn their garden sprinklers off from June 1 – or risk being dobbed in by a nosy neighbour.

State water minister Mia Davies said it was now “even easier” to dob in a sprinkler ban flouter by hitting, and letting your fingers do the talking.

The winter sprinkler ban had been in place since 2010 and Ms Davies reckons the ban saved about 4.5 billion litres of drinking water last year alone.

”The winter sprinkler ban has been embraced by West [sic] Australians since its introduction, with recent Water Corporation research showing 81 per cent of people surveyed supported the ban,” Ms Davies said.

“… The sprinkler ban was introduced on the basis that gardens don’t need as much water during the cooler, wetter months.

“In our drying climate, it is important we work together to save water for when it is most needed.

“Please remember to switch off your sprinklers before June 1 so we can achieve significant water savings again this year.”

Ms Davies warned that breaching the winter sprinkler ban could result in a $100 fine.

Last winter, 1668 sprinkler flouters copped a warning and 244 were fined for using their sprinklers during the ban.

The winter sprinkler ban applies to both scheme and bore water users.

But hand watering is permitted and gardeners can apply for an exemption to establish new lawns.

In areas of Western Australia not subject to the ban, normal watering rosters and the daytime sprinkler ban still apply.

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Everybody's favourite do-gooder plans a tiny town punctuated by major Perth landmarks.

Const Care’s mini-Perth safety school


Everyone’s favourite do-gooder is planning a traffic safety school at Maylands with an outdoor mini-town replete with replicas of major Perth landmarks.

The Constable Care Foundation wants to erect the pictured safety school outside Constable Care’s existing HQ at the defunct Maylands Primary School on Guildford Road.

The safety school is planned for the former primary school’s oval, beside the Seventh Avenue and Guildford Road intersection.

If the school is approved, there’ll be a modern classroom, mock road circuit, mock Winthrop Hall, Mock St Mary’s Cathedral, mock Transperth bus, mock rail carriages, and other mock landmarks.

The scale model buildings will be metal framed, compressed fibre clad and vinyl wrapped with an image of the building represented.

The only thing standing between Constable Care and his safety school is the WA Planning Commission who he’ll need to convince to approve it.

Perspective by Philip McAllister Architect.

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'Australia's David Attenborough' posthumously honoured.

Harry Butler research centre unveiled

A new research centre for the Western Australian Museum, containing state-of-the-art laboratories and a store that houses more than 2.5 million wet-preserved specimens, has been named after the late Dr Harry Butler AO CBE.

Culture and the Arts Minister John Day today unveiled the $17.6 million centre located at the WA Museum’s Collections and Research Centre in Welshpool, acknowledging the significant contribution Dr Butler made to the museum.

“Harry was one of Australia’s best known naturalists who played a major role in the public awareness and conservation of our unique natural environment for more than 50 years,” Mr Day said.

“What is perhaps not as well-known are his decades of association with the WA Museum involving education, fieldwork collecting, advocacy and financial support.

“2016 marks the 40th year of the Butler Bequest, which enables the museum to conduct fieldwork and collect specimens that augment the research collections.”

The Harry Butler Research Centre is the first element of the new museum project, and is critical to support the development of the state’s new museum, to be built in the Perth Cultural Centre and scheduled to open in 2020.

The centre has about 10 kilometres of shelves set to house more than 2.5 million alcohol-preserved specimens.

Among these are 2500 unique and irreplaceable original type specimens used to describe new species of animals.

These include the commercially valuable western rock lobster; the Dampier Peninsula goanna, which is the smallest goanna species in the world; and the Ruby sea dragon which was discovered in 2015 and is only the third species of sea dragon ever recorded.

“This very important collection includes remarkable scientific discoveries that were made here in WA, and include many specimens collected by Harry Butler,” Mr Day said.

There are also several species in the collection actually named after Dr Butler.

These include a black scorpion he discovered in the Pilbara called Urodacus butleri; the highly venomous Spotted mulga snake Pseudechis butleri; and the rare Butler’s Dunnart Sminthopsis butleri which is a small mouse-sized mammal discovered by him in 1965 and a threatened species.

“The Harry Butler Research Centre will ensure the State’s collection is preserved for future generations and will provide unparalleled access to specimens for ongoing research, as well as new content development for the new museum,” Mr Day said.

Dr Butler was named Australian of the year in 1979, jointly with Aboriginal senator Neville Bonner.

He died of cancer, aged 85, in Perth in December last year.

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WA capital was the softest housing market in the nation over 2015.

$20,000 drop in median home price


The average Perth home is worth $20,000 less than it was a year ago, according to property price figures released today.

RP Data Head of Research Tim Lawless said that over the 2015 calendar year dwelling values in the Western Australian capital plummeted 3.7 per cent, the biggest drop of any capital city in the nation.

“The largest losses have occurred in Perth where the average dwelling is now worth approximately $19,970 less than it was 12 months ago …,” Mr Lawless said.

Over the past five years, Perth dwelling prices have increased 5.0 per cent, placing the metropolis ahead of only Adelaide (1.9 per cent), and Hobart and Darwin where dwelling prices fell by 4.0 and 3.7 per cent respectively.

One small ray of sunshine for Perth property owners was that in the month of December Perth’s dwelling prices rose faster than any other capital city – at 2.3 per cent. The next best performing capital city housing market in December was Brisbane’s with a value rise of 0.9 per cent.

Perth’s median dwelling price is now $510,000, compared to the median across all national capitals of $595,000.

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The only state capital to enter negative territory in 2015.

Perth the softest housing market in Australia


Perth had by the far the softest capital city property market in Australia over the last year, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics figures released today.

In the year to September 2015, dwelling prices fell fastest in Perth by 3.3 per cent), followed by Darwin by 2.0 per cent.

Dwelling prices in all other capital city markets grew – Sydney’s at 19.9 per cent, Melbourne’s by 9.9 per cent, Canberra’s by 4.0 per cent, Brisbane by 3.8 per cent, Adelaide by 3.5 per cent and Hobart by 1.7 per cent.

“Outside of Sydney and Melbourne, residential property prices are growing at fairly steady, if not modest, annual rates – between 1.7 per cent and 4.0 per cent,” said Housing Industry Association economist Diwa Hopkins.

“In Perth and Darwin prices actually declined by 3.3 per cent and 2.0 per cent, respectively.”

“Overall, the significant variation in dwelling price growth – something we’ve been observing for some time now – continued in the September quarter this year, illustrating very different economic and housing conditions underlying the different capital cities.”

Not all Perth suburbs are in the housing market doldrums, however.

Real Estate Industry Association of Western Australia Deputy President Damian Collins said that for the year to October 2015, the suburb of Brabham, in Perth’s northeast, had the highest growth in annual house sales, lifting 73.1.

“With a rolling annual median price of $465,000, Brabham is a clear example of a Perth suburb that is attracting the attention of first home buyers looking to be near the northern coastal corridor,” Mr Collins said.

The next best performing suburb was seaside Trigg where the number of house sales increased 41.2 per cent, with its rolling annual median house price sitting at $1,042,500.

Mount Richon had the third highest growth in annual house sales.

“The southeast suburb experienced 36.8 per cent growth in house sales over the year, and its rolling annual median house price [was] $478,500.”

Beachside Alkimos ranked fourth, with the number of houses sold lifting 20 per cent.

“Alkimos holds great appeal for first home buyers given it is a stone’s throw away from the beach and has an annual median house price of $488,500,” Mr Collins said.

Rounding out Perth’s Top 5 was Caversham, with house sales figures in the suburb increasing 19.6 per cent.

“Caversham continues its popularity being so close to the upper reaches of the Swan and [Perth’s] superb wineries and … [with its] annual median house price of just over $500,000.”

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$14.95 delivered to your door.

Zoo poo for Perth gardens


Perth residents are the only ones in Australia now able to have composted poo from the zoo delivered to their doors.

Perth Zoo is selling its excess animal manure and garden waste which has been treated, composted and packaged as ‘Creature Compost’.

The zoo’s animals produce about 600 kilograms of manure every day.

Zoo sustainability coordinator Daniel Baker says each elephant can produce 90 kilograms of poo a day.

An outfit called Nutrarich takes the zoo poo to a site in the Swan Valley to be composted according to Australian standards.

“What we don’t use on the zoo’s lush gardens we are now making available for the community to purchase,” Mr Baker said.

No other zoo in Australia makes compost available for gardeners.

“This product has helped us divert 500 tonnes of organic waste from landfill in the past 12 months,” he said.

“Burying organic materials produces large volumes of methane, one of the worst greenhouse gasses, so we’re thrilled to be able to reduce our environmental footprint even further.

“And it’s the product that just keeps on giving as funds raised from the purchase of Creature Compost helps with the running costs of the Zoo, which means we can divert more money into saving wildlife.”

A 10-Litre bag of Creature Compost can be bought for $9.95, while a 25-Litre bag costs $14.95, and the zoo poo is delivered to your door.

Bulk orders can be collected from Nutrarich at its Swan Valley depot, at 1118 Great Northern Hwy,

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Local Perth pollie wants $200 freebie banned for spouses of her colleagues and senior advisors.

‘No Christmas hamper for you!’


A brand new city councillor has moved that a $200 Christmas hamper provided for some years to her colleagues’ and senior advisors’ spouses be cancelled forthwith.

On October 17, City of Bayswater councillor Catherine Ehrhardt rolled sitting mayor Sylvan Albert to be elected to the council’s South Ward.

Now, Cr Ehrhardt (pictured) wants to roll the $200 spent each year on hampers for spouses of the council’s 11 elected officials and its five most senior bureaucrats.

Cr Ehrardt wants the $3200 returned back to the city’s general budget so it can be spent on something else.

“It has been a practice of the city for some time to provide Christmas hampers to the spouses and partners of councillors and directors as appreciation of the support of those spouses and partners during the year,” Cr Ehrhardt explains in a briefing paper seen by

“The city does not have an unfettered power to spend money from the municipal fund.

“Section 6.2 of the Local Government Act 1995 states that ‘money held in the municipal fund may be applied towards the performance of the functions and the exercise of the powers conferred on the local government by this Act or any other written law’.”

Council staff have admitted there are no clearly defined boundaries in the Act in relation to gifts to partners and spouses.

However, the staff have sought clarification on the provisions of gifts to councillors and partners or spouses.

“The advice indicated that the giving of a Christmas hamper to a partner or spouse of a councillor is not prohibited by … the Local Government Act …,” the officials have advised.

“However, the broader issue is whether the provision of the gift would meet the reasonableness test, taking into account the amount of the benefit received and how it would be considered objectively by a person or body as being unreasonable, whilst taking into consideration the significant community contributions made by councillors, the long hours involved and the time necessarily spent on council business away from home and family; and the generally accepted practices, across public and private sectors, of recognising the support and contributions made by partners and spouses in this context.”

Cr Ehrhardt’s Christmas hamper ban plan is slated to be debated by Baywater city councillors on December 15.

Christmas hamper photo: Neal Whitehouse Piper, flickr, Creative Commons Attribution-sharealike 2.0 generic licence.

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Single biggest donation ever to Perth's southern suburbs university.

Centenarian leaves $3 million to Murdoch


A 103-year-old war veteran who died in Feburary has bequeathed $3 million to support medical, health and agricultural research at Murdoch University.

Alan Villiers Peacocke (pictured) had supported scholarships at Murdoch for almost 20 years.

Murdoch University’s Acting Vice Chancellor Professor Andrew Taggart said Mr Peacocke’s gift was the largest single bequest the university had received.

Mr Peacocke was born in 1911 and as a young man he worked in the Wheatbelt before enlisting in the 2/28 Battalion of the Australian Imperial Forces in December 1940.

He departed for the Middle East in January 1941 and returned by hospital ship to Australia in July 1942. He was discharged from the AIF in 1946.

He moved from Perth to Tasmania for the cooler climate but maintained connections to Perth through his sister Iris, who remained in Maylands all her life.

Originally working for the Prices Commission, he was soon transferred to the Repatriation Department (now the Department of Veteran Affairs) where he worked for 30 years.

Mr Peacocke was well known for his passion for gardening and active support of the community through the Causeway Club, the Midway Progress Association and the Sorrell Gardening Club. .

Mr Peacocke and his father shared an admiration for the writings of Sir Walter Murdoch so when he inherited his sister’s estate, he was inspired to contact Murdoch University to discuss how he might support students and research.

In 1999, Mr Peacocke and Murdoch University established the Alan and Iris Peacocke Research Foundation to support doctoral research scholarships in the areas of agriculture, horticulture and medical research.

PhD student Caroline Nilson, who is the current recipient of the scholarship, said it was invaluable to her study.

“The Alan & Iris Peacocke scholarship not only enabled me to devote three years to full-time study, but it enabled me to support an Aboriginal community to develop a community owned and controlled health promotion program, which continues to run today,” Ms Nilson said.

Over the past 20 years Mr Peacocke donated more than $300,000 to Murdoch to support PhD scholarships and the development of the university’s Institute of Immunology and Infectious Diseases.

Mr Peacocke also chose to make a bequest to Murdoch so that the Alan and Iris Peacocke Research Foundation would continue to fund research scholarships in perpetuity and to support other Murdoch projects.

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Shocked woman recalls the house call from hell.

Royal Perth doctor groped patient’s breasts


EXCLUSIVE: A Royal Perth Hospital doctor who – during a self-initiated house call – lay on the floor beside a patient, kissed her breasts, and later groped them and her torso as she protested, has been found guilty of professional misconduct.

In a written decision published yesterday, a three-member panel chaired by State Administrative Tribunal President Jeremy Curthoys found that on May 30 last year Dr Premanandan Veettill “groped the patient’s breasts and torso” after he had pulled her over to a chair and sat her on his lap.

Immediately before that, Dr Veettill had asked the patient, who was experiencing severe back pain, to remove her top and bra and lie on the floor.

“I did what Dr Vayal Veettill asked as I trusted him as a doctor,” the patient explained in written evidence.

“I got down on the rug on the floor.

“I expected that Dr Vayal Veettill was going to give me a medical examination.”

Dr Veettill then lay down on the floor next to her.

“I felt very uncomfortable because he was too close and I could smell his body odour and breath,” the patient asserted.

“I could see patches of dampness from perspiration under the arms of his shirt.”

Dr Veettill put his left ear between the woman’s breasts, and told her he was trying to hear her heartbeat.

He then fondled and groped her breasts with his hands, and kissed her breasts and nipples.

“I was in shock, and didn’t know what to do,” the patient recalled.

She said: “No, no, no”, before being pulled over to the chair after again saying “no” when Dr Veettill asked her to join him.


While sitting on Dr Veettill’s lap, the patient repeatedly said words to the effect of: “No” and “What are you doing?”

“He wouldn’t let me go, and was holding on very tightly,” the patient explained.

“He was rubbing his groin area against me while I kept saying ‘no’ and kept struggling to get away from him.

“I was trying to pull away from him to get off him.

“I was trying to escape from his hold on me.

“I didn’t know what was going to happen next.

“I was really scared and fearful that he could do worse and no one would be able to hear me as I was alone with him in my own home.

“I managed to struggle away from him.

“I grabbed and put my top back on.

“I was in shock and I was trying to get calm and compose myself in order to handle the situation and make sure it didn’t escalate.

“I remember him having this distinct smirk on his face that I will never forget.

“He had calmed down.

“I asked him to leave.

“He still asked me to give him a hug after what he had just done to me.

“I just said ‘no’, but he came up and hugged me anyway.

“He towered over me because he is so much taller than me.

“Even after I said ‘no’, he just did it anyway.

“He behaved as if nothing had happened.

“He was dismissive and he showed no remorse for what he had just done to me.

“He left.”


Dr Veettill recalled differently, with his written evidence saying his patient said words to the effect of: “You are a good boy. I will kick you out if you misbehave”.

The woman denied this, and the tribunal accepted her evidence over his.

After the house call, the patient contacted the Sexual Assault Resource Centre and her local GP.

Dr Veettill admitted he had no professional or clinical reason to contact the woman on May 30, or indeed any time after an initial house call on March 10, 2014.

He claimed that further visits he made to the patient: “were in the context of a social relationship which he had developed … outside of a therapeutic relationship”.

However, in evidence preferred by the tribunal, the patient explained that Dr Veettill told her he needed to come over to refer her to a sleep specialist. She told him that she did not have the energy to cook dinner let alone see him again. Dr Veettill said he would bring something over for her to eat.

The patient explained that Dr Veettill “went on and on about it” and she gave in.

When Dr Veettill arrived, the patient and he sat at the dining room table and ate. Dr Veettill told her she needed to lose weight. As he was said this, he was grabbing and pinching at her.

In evidence deemed inferior to the patient’s, Dr Veettill submitted she had told him: “You are caring. You know how to care. Bring me romance”, and that the conversation continued in a similar vein.

Dr Veettill was also found guilty of unsatisfactory professional performance for breaching professional boundaries over a range of related matters.

At the time of his house calls, Dr Veettill was employed by Royal Perth Hospital. However, when visiting her it was in the employ of the Australian Locum Medical Service for which he was doing after-hours work.

Justice Curthoys and his colleagues ordered the Medical Board of Australia, which brought the case to tribunal, to file and serve submissions on penalty by November 24.

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Prescribed burns in Perth Hills and east of Manjimup to blame.

Where’s all the smoke coming from?


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12 UPDATE: For the fourth day in a row, the Department of Parks and Wildlife has issued a smoke alert for areas around Perth – this time for the whole metropolitan area – for today (Thursday).

At 4.20pm yesterday the department issued a smoke alert for metropolitan Perth, Bunbury and Manjimup.

The latest smoke is from prescribed burns being carried out in the Perth Hills and east of Manjimup.

The department expects the smoke will blow into Perth, Bunbury and Manjimup early this morning.

The smoke is expected to clear throughout the day.

If the smoke is particularly thick, the department recommends people shut doors and windows and turn off air-conditioners.

Smoke may reduce visibility on some roads and motorists should take care, turn on headlights and travel at appropriate speeds.

People with asthma and respiratory or cardiovascular illnesses should follow their treatment plan, the department says.

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Perth awoke to a shroud of smoke.

Where’s all this smoke coming from?


A smoke alert has been issued for metropolitan Perth and surrounds after prescribed burns were carried out yesterday near Jarrahdale and Pickering Brook.

The city woke up to a smoke haze this morning.

The Deaprtment of Parks and Wildlife recommends if the smoke is particularly thick that people shut doors and windows and turn off air-conditioners.

The department says smoke may reduce visibility on some roads and motorists should take care, turn on headlights and travel at appropriate speeds when travelling in these areas.

People with asthma and respiratory or cardiovascular illnesses should follow their pre-prepared treatment plan.

The department says people with conditions exacerbated by smoke should take precautions in line with their medical advice for these circumstances.

Prescribed burns will take place at the following locations today:

  • immediately beside Pickering Brook;
  • 0.5km east of Jarrahdale;
  • 10km north-east of Joondalup;
  • 10km north-east of Wanneroo;
  • 10km north-east of Yanchep;
  • immediately beside the Dwellingup townsite;
  • 8km south-south-east of Dwellingup;
  • 1.5km north-west of Nannup;
  • 18km west-south-west of Collie; and
  • 5km south-east of Bridgetown.

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... That's a moray.

When an eel twists in knots to get food it likes lots …


… That’s a moray.

University of Western Australia and other scientists have revealed unusual feeding behaviour in moray eels, including an eel that tied its body in a knot to extract food from a bait bag.

The UWA scientists and their University of California colleagues have completed research that suggests morays’ feeding tactics, which were already known to include cooperating with other fish to flush prey from reefs and crawling onto land to scavenge for dead fish, are more extensive than previously thought.

The moray eels’ behavior was captured on baited cameras at Scott Reef, a remote reef located off the coast of Broome.

One moray tied its body into a knot to extract food from a bait bag, while another eel used its tail as a paddle to dislodge the food.

Lead author of the study Shanta Barley, a PhD student at UWA, said morays had traditionally been observed using knots to compress or break large prey into more manageable sizes, and to anchor food while they consumed it.

However, the use of a fast-moving knot to dislodge food has never been observed before, nor have eels been seen to use their tails as paddles to exert force on prey.

“Our observations suggest that having an eel-like body shape opens the door to unusual and useful feeding techniques unavailable to conventionally shaped fish,” Ms Barley said.

She said the ability of morays to attack and consume prey much larger than themselves might explain the significant role of moray eels as a meso-predator in reef systems and the evolution of hunting partnerships with other large fish-eating species.

“There are questions that remain, such as to what extent can moray eels can develop new behaviour when faced with unfamiliar situations, and whether the behaviour is passed on between eels in the same population, like ‘songs’ in humpback whales,” Ms Barley said.

“Moray eels are facing growing fishing pressure in certain parts of Indonesia.

“This is worrying as these predators, like sharks, may play a key role in regulating the abundance and behaviour of fish in coral reefs.”

Photo: ‘Aquaimages’, Wikimedia Commons

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In wake of Scaffidi travel scandal, corruption watchdog to address mayors, councillors and officials.

CCC misconduct workshop for local councils


In the wake of the Lisa Scaffidi travel declaration scandal, the Corruption and Crime Commissioner and Public Sector Commissioner will address local politicians and officials about recent changes to legislation on misconduct in local government and ways to maintain best practice within the sector.

The Preventing Misconduct in Local Government breakfast, to be addressed by the CCC’s John McKechnie QC and Public Sector Commissioner Mal Wauchope, is aimed at promoting the highest standards of transparency and accountability in all areas of local governance.

At the free breakfast, council officials will have the opportunity to ask questions of the commissioners, network, and discuss issues with their local government colleagues.

Only mayors, shire presidents, councillors and council officials can attend the WA Local Government Association event.

Details of the breakfast presentation follow:

Date:      Friday, November 13
Time:     7:30am – 9:30am (registration from 7:00am)
Venue:   Hyatt Regency, Perth
Cost:      No charge.
Register with WA Local Government Association by: Friday, November 6.

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