May 232015
 

catCanberra Cat Fix is an independent community project which is raising money to assist low income families with the cost of desexing their cat. The rising cost of living and the high cost of veterinary work is resulting in more and more unwanted kittens.  Local animal shelters are overcapacity and financially depleted. Desexed cats are also far less likely to roam which in turn will help protect our beautiful native wildlife. The more money raised, the more cats that can be desex. Donations can be made at www.gofundme.com/CanberraCatFix and more information can be found at www.facebook.com/CanberraCatFix

May 202015
 

Australian Capital Territory Deputy Chief Minister, Attorney-General and Minister for Health, the Environment and Capital Metro Simon Corbell discusses Canberra’s progress toward sustainability, including renewable energy policies, energy efficiency policies and the Capital Metro project, and answers questions including:

* How does the Government plan to meet its 2012 election commitment of a 10.5% public transport journey-to-work mode share by 2016?

* How does the government plan to maintain the current level of public transport provision after the light rail? – In particular, direct services that currently use the light rail route, but after light rail will require connections between trams and bus feeder services.

May 142015
 

Simon Corbell, Deputy Chief Minister, Attorney-General and Minister for Health, the Environment and Capital Metro, will address the North Canberra Community Council meeting from 8.15pm to 9.15 pm on Tuesday May 19 at the Majura Function Room Majura Community Centre, 2 Rosevear Place Dickson.

He will discuss Canberra’s progress toward sustainability, including renewable energy policies, energy efficiency policies and the Capital Metro project. Continue reading »

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