The ACT Government launched the YourSay Community Panel, an online opportunity for Canberrans to participate in shaping our city.
To be heard, participate.
Ryan Helmsley [Council Member] talks on ABC Radio about Supermarkets in Molonglo and Denman Prospect in particular. Continue reading
Interested in learning about urban wetlands? Come and enjoy a free community day at the new wetlands in Holder! Sunday, 11th August 2019 11am—3pm Continue reading
How do we manage these? Read what Council said to the Minister here Continue reading
Shengnan Wang. An Honours student in Environmental Science at ANU contacted the Weston Creek Community Council to ask if we could assist with her Honours project which is looking at adapting the successful household food waste management strategy adopted in Milan, Italy, for the ACT. The goal is to understand how we can make food waste management more sustainable in the ACT. In… Continue reading
Tax Help is a free and confidential service to help people on a low income (around $60,000 or less) with simple tax affairs to complete their tax return online with myTax. It is available from July to October in all capital cities and many regional areas across Australia. Continue reading
Tom Anderson (Chair WCCC) talks with ABC radio host Anna Vidot about the ACT Budget and Weston Creek Continue reading
The National Capital Authority has launched a survey to find out your opinion about trees in and around Canberra’s National Triangle as they develop a new tree management policy. The survey takes about 5 minutes and it will give you a say in the future of our capital’s green spaces. Continue reading
Tom Anderson talking on ABC Radio regarding the additional 150 car spaces at Cooleman Court announced today as part of the 2019 ACT Budget. But, as of 31 May 19, there is no indication where these new spaces will be at Cooleman Court. Continue reading
Advice from the ACT Government is that work should start on Stage One of the Heysen Street bike path to Woden in the last quarter of this year. This is welcomed. Also announced yesterday was Stage Two to take the bike path to the Lyons Shops and Melrose Drive. This Stage is subject to part funding from the Commonwealth Government… Continue reading