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Have you seen this Bobcat?

By 23 April, 2014

Have you seen this Bobcat? A Bobcat has gone missing from a building site in Crace overnight. The 2009 Bobcat Skit Steet Loader S100 (similar to the one pictured above) was last seen at 5.30pm yesterday. The owner returned to the building site at around 6.15am this morning to find the Bobcat missing. If you saw anything susp...

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AFL Legends Lunch

By 23 April, 2014

[ 13 June, 2014; 12:00 pm; ] The Sydney Swans are hosting a lunch in Canberra to honour recently retired Swans legend Jude Bolton. Other guests include ex-Collingwood captain, Team of Century member and AFL Football Hall of Fame inductee, Des Tuddenham, and Sydney Swans CEO, Andrew Ireland. Da...

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Police pleased by fatality free Easter

By 22 April, 2014

ACT Policing say they are pleased the Australian Capital Territory remained fatality-free over the holiday period, with only two collisions resulting in minor injuries over the Easter holiday period (17 to 21 April). The Operation Crossroads partnership between ACT Policing and NSW Police provided a...

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Groovin the Moo returns to Canberra

By 22 April, 2014

Groovin the Moo returns to Canberra [ 27 April, 2014; ] One of Australia’s most popular regional music festivals Groovin the Moo will return to The Meadows at University of Canberra this Sunday 27th April. Now in its 10th year, the all-ages festival is boasting a big name line-up including Dizzee Rascal, The Jezabels, Karnivo...

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Seeking recommendation for someone to build a retaining wall

By 22 April, 2014

Hi Riotact Minds, I have just built a new property and now need to get someone in to build my retaining walls. I would like my fences to be installed ASAP but this can’t be done until my walls are completed as one of them runs along the property line. Can anyone recommend anyone they [...]...

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Path cleared for Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm

By 22 April, 2014

Rural landholders have failed to overturn approval for a lease variation which could see a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility built on Paddy’s River Road near Tharwa. A development application for the Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm on the ACT Government owned block is currently being considered...

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Man to face court over Belconnen unit fire

By 22 April, 2014

A 25-year-old Belconnen man will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning following a fire at a unit in Belconnen last night (Monday, 21 April). Around 6.35pm, members from Belconnen Police Station responded to a report of a disturbance in a unit in Howie Court, Belconnen. On arrival they saw a u...

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Blog Post: Big Festival Dreams

By 22 April, 2014

Blog Post: Big Festival Dreams I had a dream, not a high in community morals, lofty politically idealistic dream, but one of my husband and I – and our little people, enjoying a music festival. There were grassy fields, mugs of cider for us, wonderful music and our little people dancing merrily in front of us – cue loads of ...

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Has Canberras heart relocated?

By 22 April, 2014

Has Canberra's heart relocated? ACT executive director of the Property Council of Australia, Catherine Carter has called for Canberrans to maximize the opportunities available through the City Plan to revive our city’s heart and connect all our individual suburbs into one great city (in an article written by her for the Canberr...

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ACT Planning bill creating headaches for heritage

By 21 April, 2014

The ACT government has come under fire over feedback time on fast-track planning legislation. The bill would allow the government to bypass normal planning laws (including the Heritage and Tree Protection Acts) by declaring special precincts and significant projects. The Fast Track projects would...

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Legal bid to stop garbage strikes

By 21 April, 2014

Legal action lodged in a bid to stop the planned garbage strikes protests that the strike does not comply with the requirements of the Fair Work Act (according to an article in the Canberra Times). Sita Australia lodged the claim to the Fair Work Commission, hoping to stop planned industrial action....

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Changing the face of the K9 dog industry

By 21 April, 2014

Hi, I’m left side pup. I’ve been training and rehabilitating problem dogs, for over 15 years. I went overseas, the USA to be exact, because, compared to us I believe they are miles, decades ahead of us in their methods and empathy towards dog’s. Don’t get me wrong, there are ...

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