Media Releases

Media Releases

Government plans released for Kambah Village as private redevelopment revealed

October 10, 2018

Local residents will benefit after the announcement today releasing the final sketch plan for $2 million in upgrades to the public areas at Kambah Village, which complement plans released today for a major private redevelopment of the shops, including an extension to Woolworths.

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Relax, work and play – an activation project for a new Woden Town Square

September 09, 2018

The vision for the #WodenExperiment – a six month place making project and landscaping installation for the Woden Town Square – was today released by Minister for City Services Chris Steel MLA. The proposed designs are now publicly available and ideas from the community are being sought on events to further activate the space.

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Mount Taylor car park upgrade to meet growing demand

August 30, 2018

Part of the verge on Sulwood Drive will be turned into a car park to provide better and safer access to the increasingly popular Mount Taylor Nature Reserve, Minister for Roads Chris Steel has today announced.

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ACT High Schools students encourage peers to butt out in a creative way

August 08, 2018

Canberra High Year 8 student Kyra Van Den Hurk has won this year’s 2018 Art In Butt Out competition for her creative anti-smoking advertisement design, which will appear on around 60,000 Canberra Milk containers later this year.

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Discriminatory P-plate curfew gets the red light

July 27, 2018

Labor MLA Chris Steel has called on Road Safety Minister Shane Rattenbury to rule out curfews for P-plate drivers in any new licensing reforms.

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Prototypes for new, tastier and healthier food and drink options for local sports canteens

May 17, 2018

Following an intense round of pitching ideas to a panel of judges, a team of students from the University of Canberra’s (UC) design school and culinary students from the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) won the competition, which is part of the It’s Your Move program.

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