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Barilaro suggests new coal power station

BACK IN JUNE, The District Bulletin reported on the Berejiklian Government’s unholy appetite for selling off serviceably performing public assets for little apparent public gain. RELATED STORY: Selling NSW by the pound, while losing your $$. In an eye-watering act of the counterintuitive, Monaro local member, Deputy Premier and Leader of the Nationals

Legal challenge to NSW land-clearing codes

AT THE END of November the NSW Nature Conservation Council launched legal proceedings in the Land and Environment Court seeking to overturn controversial land-clearing codes made under the Local Land Services Act earlier this year. “We are taking the Berejiklian government to court to scrap its destructive land-clearing laws, to defend

Police to stay put: QPRC back to drawing board

By District Bulletin Council Watch. IT LOOKS LIKE it’s back to the drawing board for Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council (QPRC) on a new administration building. But that’s not all bad news. QPRC’s efforts to entice the NSW Police to move from their current Queanbeyan station into the proposed six-storey, $57 million council headquarters

QPRC HQ still uncertain, but demolition works flagged

Question raised re caretaker timing of EDE contract. By District Bulletin Council Watch. THE FATE OF the proposed new council administration building, public space and underground parking in Queanbeyan remain uncertain, with no word on whether the NSW Police will occupy two of six proposed levels. More than a month since the new

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