ACT Parks and Conservation Service is advising the public that, weather permitting, a controlled burn will be conducted tomorrow, Wednesday 22 October 2014. This controlled burn will be undertaken to reduce logging debris to prepare Kowen Forest for planting. Smoke may be visible in the area for a few days following the burn.
PARLIAMENTARY Secretary for the Environment, Senator Simon Birmingham, has joined up with Canberra’s Senator Zed Seselja to announce the development of a 20 year Mast Plan for the Australian National Botanic Gardens “I’m excited to announce that a consortium of architects and landscape architects, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and Taylor Cullity Lethlean, have been selected to […]
ACT Policing is seeking the public’s assistance to help locate a missing 50-year-old woman, who has not been seen since Friday (October 10). The woman, Margaret Cooper, left home at 6pm on October 10 and attended the Tradies Club in Dickson. Around 9pm Margaret returned home in a cab and informed her daughter that she […]
THE Office of Regulatory Services has directed us to Woolworths’ recall notice for electrical double adapters they’ve been selling with the potential to shock users. DEFECTS: Due to poor workmanship internal contact may occur between live parts and earth. HAZARD: There is a risk of electric shock. WHERE SOLD: The Chevron product was sold in […]
CHIEF Minister Katy Gallagher has paid tribute to former Prime Minister and Labor figure Gough Whitlam. “Gough Whitlam was a great reformer and an inspiring leader, who leaves a remarkable legacy,” Katy said. “Gough Whitlam was a statesman who changed our country for the better and set a high standard for all of us in […]