City of Sydney demands Trigeneration rules be relaxed

By Julian Bajkowski The City of Sydney is again ramping up its promotion of trigeneration as a viable alternative means of producing energy in the heart of the city. Having parked a wider electricity overhaul critics claimed would cost up to $5 billion, the CBD council is now pushing the New South Wales Parliament to […]

Outermost Canberra suburb plugs into NBN

By Paul Hemsley Federal Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Stephen Conroy’s race to plug-in as many towns as possible to the National Broadband Network (NBN) before the election has continued unabashed, with newbie Canberra satellite city of Gungahlin the latest to see the fibre optic light. Gungahlin is among the earliest suburbs […]

Bathurst donates to Japanese sister city

By Paul Hemsley Bathurst Regional Council will donate $10000 to its earthquake stricken Japanese sister city Ohkuma following previous donations by local community groups. Previously, local radio station 2BS and local newspaper The Western Advocate raised $12,000 from the Bathurst community. According to a Bathurst Regional Council spokesperson, the council has been supporting the community's […]


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