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Downtown development proposal begs some questions

Before the Christmas break, Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council announced it had received an unsolicited bid from a consortium of ‘experienced’ local property developers to re-develop a large section of the Queanbeyan CBD. The proposal involved a mix of commercial, cinema, office, residential and carparking developments on council-owned property. The amalgamated council administrator,

China takes up Australian solar thermal technology

Australia’s world leading solar heliostat technology will be used for concentrating solar thermal (CST) electricity generation in China. The CSIRO has partnered with a Chinese company Thermal Focus to manufacture, market, sell and install CSIRO’s patented low cost heliostats, field control software and design software in China, with a shared revenue

CWA calls for better internet connection “It’s well beyond annoying”

The Country Women’s Association of NSW’s Queanbeyan Evening branch is raising awareness about the impact on rural communities of unreliable internet and telecommunication connections. Local association president Vicki Hodges says a lack of connectivity goes well beyond ‘annoying’. "It severely hinders people’s ability to conduct business, as well as access education

#HashTag Census Success

It is now early September, and the census tidal wave has receded..somewhat. The website is still up, the ABS is still in business, and although some field officers may be still out there collecting data, most of the country has decided that filling out the census is a worthwhile activity. Most people

Queanbeyan Council confirms link between Ellerton Drive Extension and proposed new subdivision

Report and analysis by Queanbeyan correspondent Graham Franklin-Browne Queanbeyan City Council is again considering a request from a developer to re-zone land adjacent to the Queanbeyan River for housing – lodged in anticipation of council approving the proposed Ellerton Drive Extension (EDE). Council provided the following information in a response to public