A cluster of rare and environmentally threatened freshwater mussels has been carefully relocated from a section of the Canning River (Djarlgarra) for protection ahead of works on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
METRONET celebrated NAIDOC Week by engaging in activities, listening to presentations, and attending performances that celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Seven local and Noongar artists with diverse backgrounds, experience and styles have been selected to create public art as part of the METRONET New Bayswater Station Project.
An array of public art has popped up in the Kelmscott Station Plaza and surrounding area in a nod to the nearby Darling Ranges, the local flora and fauna, and Noongar language and culture.
The $5.6 million specialist METRONET Trade Training Centre at North Metropolitan TAFE's Midland campus has entered the next phase, with works on the $4.6 million Stage 2 section underway.
We asked the people of Perth how they’d like to honour the notorious Bayswater Bridge that’s terrorised truck drivers and caused traffic mayhem for decades…and the results are in!
Close to 60,000! That’s the number of recycled blocks used so far to build the retaining walls along the rail corridor of the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension.
To mark National Reconciliation Week and Sorry Day at METRONET, we engaged in learning opportunities and activities to reflect on the significance of our shared histories, cultures, and achievements.
The State Budget has today delivered a $6 billion investment in METRONET over the next four years, with $2 billion to be spent in 2022-23, continuing Perth’s transformation.
Over 500 local community members came together on Sunday 1 May to celebrate the opening of the new Kelmscott Station Plaza, with festivities for all ages at the Celebrate Kelmscott Fun Day.
Mandjoogoordap – ‘meeting place of the heart’. This is just one of 14 Noongar names identified in Stage 1 of the Noongar Place Names Initiative.
The place where you live has something special and unique about its identity formed by the local culture, history, landscape and people. One way we can express and celebrate this identity is through public art.
Up to $1,000 worth of shopping vouchers are up for grabs this May as part of the METRONET Buy Local, Celebrate Kelmscott rewards program.
Work didn’t stop over the Easter long weekend, with the Caledonian Avenue Level Crossing closing on Good Friday.
Friends, families and neighbours will come together on Sunday 1 May to celebrate the opening of the new Kelmscott Station Plaza.
What’s in a name? What does it tell us about a person or place? In Noongar language, the name Yanchep refers to the ‘native flax or bulrush reed’ commonly found in wetlands throughout the area.