THE Australian National Botanic Gardens will be conducting its annual burning of diseased plant material tomorrow. The burning will commence at 7.00 am, with flames extinguished by 5.00 pm. The Gardens advises that the burning will be supervised at all times and there is no cause for public concern.
ANDREW Barr has joined Yvette Berry to host a special flag raising ceremony to mark the start of NAIDOC Week 2015. “This Flag Raising Ceremony is an acknowledgement by the ACT Government of the importance of NAIDOC Week, which this year runs from July 5-12,” Andrew said. “This year’s theme is “We all Stand on […]
SIMON Corbell has announced new laws to allow venues to establish outdoor bars. “This is great news for Canberra’s hospitality industry,” Simon said. “The ACT Government recognises that the sector is evolving, and the removal of these historic constraints on the service of alcohol will let venues provide the sort of service Canberrans are seeking. […]
JOY Burch has expressed her sadness over the passing of CIT Chief Executive Adrian Marron following his long battle with illness. “My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time,” Joy said. “I would also like to acknowledge the many staff and students at CIT who worked so closely with Adrian. “It […]
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to multiple incidents of vehicle damage that occurred in Turner yesterday (Sunday, July 5). ACT Policing responded to reports of 22 vehicles and six storage units being damaged in McLeay Street, while two vehicles and three storage units were damaged in Condamine Street. Police believe these incidents are linked and […]