Scammers order books to accommodation spots

Thursday, July 10, 2014
POLICE are warning about a scam relating to overseas people who book Great Southern accommodation after ordering books to be delivered to the accommodation address.
  Police say people from overseas are ordering expensive books online from the eastern states using fraudulent credit card details.   Read More ...

Residents put case for CBD consolidation

Thursday, July 10, 2014
RESIDENTS want Denmark’s central business district to be consolidated in its existing area rather than see development strung out along South Coast Highway.
 This was the message at the Shire of Denmark’s June 25 commercial and industrial zone community workshop where residents assessed and commented on these aspects of the draft local planning scheme 4.  Read More ...

Funds needed for new environment centre

Thursday, July 10, 2014
THE Denmark Environment Centre’s foundations are in place, plus a campaign is underway to raise $50,000 towards the new building project.  Read More ...

Anzac crowd Denmark bound

Thursday, July 10, 2014
ACCOMMODATION available through the Denmark Visitor Centre for the Anzac Commemoration weekend in Albany at the end of October is tipped to be fully booked in three weeks.
  DVC chief executive Justine Nagorski said on Tuesday that 90 per cent of available accommodation was booked.  Read More ...

Leadership honour for local firefighter

Thursday, July 10, 2014
DENMARK man Shaun McHenry was lucky to be alive after the Black Cat Creek bushfire 25km east of Albany two years ago.
 He was burnt on his elbows, knees, hands and face and later required a hip replacement, the result of over-powering a colleague while helping him avoid being burnt alive in the bushfire.  Read More ...

Riding a tonic for disabled

Thursday, July 10, 2014
RESIDENTS want Denmark’s central business district to be consolidated in its existing area rather than see development strung out along South Coast Highway.
 This was the message at the Shire of Denmark’s June 25 commercial and industrial zone community workshop where residents assessed and commented on these aspects of the draft local planning scheme 4.  Read More ...

Roo cull defended

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
A DENMARK woman has defended the shooting of 11 kangaroos on her 13ha property as a last resort and crucial to protect the safety of her elderly parents.
 More than two weeks ago a professional shooter culled 11 roos from the garden of the property after the woman received a permit in consultation with the Department of Parks and Wildlife and notified neighbours in writing and informed the police.  Read More ...

Cadets take up first aid challenge

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
NINE Fire and Emergency Services cadets are in the front line of a strategy to get first aid into every home.
 On Saturday St John Ambulance Denmark first aid trainers ran a course for the cadets who learned practical skills which will save valuable time in responding to life-threatening situations.  Read More ...

ADSL link hits new low

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
RESIDENTS in the Tingleview Estate about 4km north of Walpole are calling for Telstra to take action on the poor ADSL broadband service.
 They say that over the past three months the poor service to Tingleview has reached new lows and out of 76 days since the beginning of April residents have had 25 days of outages.    Read More ...

College cows make history

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
THE WA College of Agriculture-Denmark is the first college in Australia to install a robotic dairy and it is the third of its kind in WA.
 It will be commissioned in November and will comprise two DeLaval robots which arrived from Europe last week.
 Another three machines are being installed at a local dairy.  Read More ...

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