News 3 April, great volunteers ready to help in Reid, taking care handling books & other objects, send us your stories, current opportunities to make submissions
Please be aware that there appears to be a recent increase in burglar activity. We have had several reports from Dirrawan Gardens residents of objects and money stolen from cars, even locked cars, and one Coranderrk resident has had repeated visits with thieves removing a garden hose, electric cables, andRead article …
Please let us know if you would like to lend a hand to help our other residents.
We are writing to you because of the difficult times that lie ahead. This is a small suburb and many of us have lived here for decades, know our immediate and even further-afield neighbours which, under these circumstances, should help us keep in touch and looking out for each other.
The Reid Residents’ Association (RRA) Annual General Meeting has been postponed. The Committee believes that, in view of the increasing risk of COVID-19 to attendees, it is prudent to reschedule the AGM to a later date. We will look forward to holding the AGM in less risky times.
Recent monitoring has recorded significant rabbit numbers in Mt Ainslie and Mt Majura Nature Reserve, a remnant Yellow Box Red Gum Grassy Woodland (an endangered ecological community), and key habitat for many threatened species. The first stage of the program, ground baiting, will commence on 16 March 2020 with carrotRead article …
Calamity and Conquest is the story of the convict Joseph Blundell and his consort Susan Osborne.
People who damage heritage places and objects in Canberra will face stronger penalties and may be required to repair damage in recently debated and passed Heritage legislation amendments. The Canberra community is passionate about our shared heritage and has been calling for more effective ways to deal with breaches ofRead article …
You are invite you to a meeting next Wednesday, 11 March 2020 to provide information regarding upcoming works on the 28 raised planter beds in the Anzac Parade median. Works are planned to occur between March and November 2020.
An event with six speakers at Albert Hall Monday 23 March 2020