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Bungendore Park to high school grounds? Unhappy residents tell why this is a bad (and unnecessary) plan.


THE CURRENT NSW State political climate for heritage preservation is not very helpful, as journalist Elizabeth Farrelly chronicled in various articles in The Sydney Morning Herald recently. Her article ‘In Don Harwin’s Sydney, what should be a project of sacred trust is a problem to be fixed’ is a more recent

EV’s: choice and affordability? A local dealer shows how


In the second of his series on electric vehicles, Graham Franklin-Browne gives the Bulletin readership an exciting glimpse of what possibilities on the pre-owned market. Read on. HAVE YOU EVER wondered how you might get your backside into the driver’s seat of a reasonably priced electric vehicle? Around the world the EV

EVs: Mark from Queanbeyan brings ‘EVan’ to local life

This is the first of a series of short pieces profiling local business folk and drivers of electric vehicles who are promoting or adopting sustainable electric transport solutions in our region. Meet ‘EVan’. NO, NOT THE GUY in the red shirt, that’s Mark Hemmingsen, the Managing Director of Electric Vehicles Canberra, a

Funding to help community organisations cut energy costs and reduce emissions


KRISTY McBAIN has announced Expressions of Interest for the ‘Powering Communities Program’ are being received up until 31 May 2021. The Powering Communities Program provides funding to help not-for-profit community organisations reduce energy use, improve energy productivity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Our community has felt the impact of our changing climate,

Eurobodalla koala recovery strategy launch


THE PUBLIC LAUNCH of the Draft Revised Eurobodalla Koala Recovery Strategy took place on 3rd May (Wild Koala Day). The launch is at the site of a controversial development proposal, Lot 16 Annetts Parade Mossy Point (image below), at the intersection with George Bass Drive. IMAGE: Author supplied. Eurobodalla Koala researcher Dr Keith Joliffe

Burnt out local environment receives funding support


COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS ACROSS Eden-Monaro have received much needed funding to support their ongoing work to repair and restore our shattered environment in the wake of the Black Summer Bushfires.  Over $1 million has been allocated to groups from the Bega Valley, Snowy Valleys, Snowy Monaro, and Queanbeyan-Palerang regions from the Bushfire

Parliament House Canberra: misconduct goes with the territory


Why political staffers are vulnerable to sexual misconduct — and little is done to stop it BRITTANY HIGGINS’ allegation she was raped in a minister’s office at Parliament House is just one of a number of recent stories of bullying, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct that have exposed the dark side