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Community power for NSW — the little company that could

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A SMALL COMMUNITY-owned energy retailer has big plans to expand its community-based energy operations throughout regional and metropolitan NSW and to other states. From its home base in Byron Bay, Enova Community Energy Ltd is currently rolling out its services in Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong and to the whole of NSW

Australian Red Cross looking for plasma donors

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FOR DISTRICT BULLETIN readers who are already Red Cross Blood Service donors, or considering becoming a donor, and regularly visit, or work in Canberra’s Civic and Garran precincts, why not consider donating plasma? Plasma can be donated at the new Civic Plasma Donor Centre at 4 Mort Street, or if you

Game-changing renewables industry PLUS jobs for NSW

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Bryce Wilson Labor candidate for Monaro post 28 February: NSW Labor is unveiling much-needed and change-oriented policy promises for all sectors from health and education to energy and transport and country care. A massive shift on the environmental front — that affects everyone — is Labor’s promised transition to a renewables-based

Repower Monaro

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Community group to politicians: where are you? MORE THAN 30 supporters of regional clean energy action group, Repower Monaro, gathered outside John Barilaro's Queanbeyan office last week. It was part of a local push for the NSW government to break the state’s addiction to fossil fuels and commit to a cleaner

Let no waste be wasted

A visit to the Veolia waste treatment plant at Woodlawn By Graham Franklin-Browne. EVER WONDERED how geographically vast Sydney really is, or how far its presence extends? For most of us around here the state capital still seems a respectable distance away – and we generally like to keep it that way. It's a

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