Shire of West Arthur

The Bleat Community Newspaper - Online Editions

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A Community Service For The West Arthur Shire.

Housed in the West Arthur Community Resource Centre. A publication produced by the West Arthur CRC in conjunction with Community Volunteers and the Bleat Committee (also voluntary).

Bleat Community Newspaper Information
Phone 9736 2000
Fax 9736 2099
Email  bleat@westarthurcrc.com.au
St/Postal Address 27 Burrowes Street, DARKAN 6392

The Bleat is printed every second Monday. 

The Bleat operates out of the West Arthur Community Resource Centre and has distribution points in Arthur River, Darkan and Duranillin.

Contributions must be in by noon on the Friday before publication.

Contributions can be emailed, faxed, posted, or put in The Bleat ‘in tray’ at the West Arthur Community Resource Centre. 

Articles contributed become public domain and may be reproduced in other publications.

If you do not want articles to be reproduced it is your responsibility to clearly state this in your submission.

Online Editions

Bleat Online Editions
Edition DateLink
24 April 2017 Issue 584
10 April 2017 Issue 583
27 March 2017 Issue 582
13 March 2017 Issue 581
27 February 2017 Issue 580
13 February 2017 Issue 579
30 Janurary 2017 Issue 578
16 January 2017 Issue 577
Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2022 24 Apr 2017

The Shire of West Arthur is revising its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan. The plan describes how the Shire of West Arthur is working to make sure its services are accessible to everyone including people with disabilities.

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Community Alert - Tomato Potato Psyllid 05 Apr 2017

The Tomato Potato Psyllid is a quarantine pest of chilli, tomato, potato and other fruit and vegetables.

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Edith Brown Museum 15 Mar 2017

The interpretation plan for the proposed Edith Brown Museum is now available for review at the Shire office.

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Department of Water Working Collaboratively With Local Bush Fire Brigade Volunteers. 07 Mar 2017

The Department of Water has granted the Shire of West Arthur’s bush fire brigades five hand held radios to assist with firefighting activities.

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