ARCHITECT’S FAMILY HOME SOLD AFTER 90 YEARS The house at 19 Currong Street South has recently been sold – a home that had been retained by the same family for more than 90 years. This Type ‘L’ house, built around 1935, was architecturally modified from a standard government house byRead article …
Latest new – Aussie backyard bird count; bird of the year; e-petition on Reid OIval; spring growth, replacing Reid trees and NCCC’s social media survey
Another Reid Mr Fluffy house; Community Floriade at Reid Tennis Courts; a Reid Oliphant house sale; tree replacement; Are you killing our trees?; pebble signposts now ‘orphans’; clearing overhanging vegetation; Neighbourhood Watch; warning about burglaries & mail; AWM submissions; organ recital at St John’s; let us know about community activities.
The May newsletter covers our Mar 21 AGM, meetings with MLAs, the Heritage Festival, Reid’s trees, Neighbourhood Watch, ACT cat Plan, and other items
This Newsletter includes articles on Reid Campus, Heritage Festival, Ainslie Post Office plaque, Neighbourhood Watch and more
This newsletter includes articles on ACT Heritage Grants, President’s Report, News from St John’s, Neighbourhood Watch, scooting, Reide – the Heritage Suburb and supporting Reid.
This newsletter includes information on the AGM 18 October, ACT 2020 Elections, Trees – protection and observations, Beware COVID-19 Scams, St John’s news, Neighbourhood Watch report, Can RRA help?
Mt Ainslie reassessment for Indigenous Heritage Significance As new information regarding the heritage significance of Mt Ainslie has come to light Federal Minister for Environment, Susan Ley MP, has instructed her department to review the heritage claims. Further, Andrew Barr, ACT Chief Minister, has called for a complete halt onRead article …
This month’s edition includes volunteering, brick bats and bouquets, AGM, tress, COVID-19 infrastructure, Neighbourhood Watch, St John’s, builders and roads, DV369 and more …
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.