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Peachester Farm Pastured Chicken state winner of delicious Produce Awards New development Stonybrook offers last chance for buyers in Melbourne’s north-west Inaugural Global Weight Management Congress to unveil new research and findings in managing Australia’s obesity epidemic
 

Peachester Farm Pastured Chicken state winner of delicious Produce Awards

Peachester Farm’s organically raised pastured chicken has taken out the delicious produce awards top gong for best chicken in Queensland. Viewed 23452 times by 1430 viewers

New development Stonybrook offers last chance for buyers in Melbourne’s north-west

Stage One of the new Stonybrook residential development at Hillside has officially launched this week with the opening of Viewed 56448 times by 7445 viewers

Inaugural Global Weight Management Congress to unveil new research and findings in managing Australia’s obesity epidemic

Obesity is one of the greatest public health challenges of the 21st century. Its prevalence has Viewed 152590 times by 10493 viewers

2016 DELICIOUS. produce awards state winners announced

August 5, 2016

The full list of 2016 delicious. Produce Awards State Winners 2016 were today revealed and will appear in the September issue of delicious. on sale Thursday August 11, 2016. The 2016 delicious. Produce Awards in partnership with Miele saw a new approach to the Awards’ nomination process with the country’s top chefs and restaurateurs asked […]

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Visitors love the National Arboretum

August 4, 2016

Visitors love the National Arboretum Visitors to the National Arboretum have given the seal of approval, with survey results released today showing 92.8 per cent of visitors rated their visit as ‘excellent’ or ‘good’. The National Arboretum was a ACT Labor initiative, built after bushfires devastated the area in 2003. The venue now plays various […]

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Greens amendments to prevent religious vilification supported unanimously

August 4, 2016

Greens amendments to prevent religious vilification supported unanimously New laws passed in the ACT Legislative Assembly today will provide important protection for people who are the subject of religious vilification, thanks to amendments from ACT Greens MLA, Shane Rattenbury. “I am really pleased that both the Labor and Liberal parties have supported my amendment today […]

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Brisbane property maintenance solutions

January 21, 2016

GreenEarth Property Solutions is now providing property maintenance to Brisbane and the Gold Coast regions. Property maintenance can be painful, expensive and full of obligations and gotcha’s – GreenEarth Property Solutions does a few things to alleviate the stress: 1. Obligation Free – no calling every two hours and applying pressure to select quoted service. […]

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Dr Chris Bourke welcomes return to Ministry

January 21, 2016

Dr Chris Bourke MLA Member for Ginninderra welcomes his return to the ministry after three years on the backbench. I am looking forward to contributing again through the ministry and cabinet process and having new portfolio responsibilities. I am proud of my Viewed 61038 times by 5678 viewers

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Support for Syrian refugees

December 11, 2015

A prominent Australian businessman of Chinese heritage; a generous philanthropist is making a substantial commitment of 100,000 special designed winter jackets plus sleeping bags to assist Syrian refugees to weather the cold winter in Europe. Mr. Henry Ngai of ABC Tissue Products, the donor together with Mr. Hudson Chen KHS OAM JP will make the […]

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CBR region tourism excellence recognised

December 11, 2015

Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Canberra Region Tourism Awards announced this evening. The Major Festivals and Events category winner was the ACT Government’s Floriade 2014, which once again attracted a record attendance. Other winners included the Canberra Airport with the Specialised tourism Services Award and Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre […]

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Women’s Safety Package to Stop the Violence

September 25, 2015

Women and children in Australia have the right to feel safe and live without fear of violence. Yet, one in six Australian women has experienced violence from a current or former partner, and 63 women have been killed so far this year. For Indigenous women the situation is even worse – they are 34 times […]

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Cook Your Way around the Globe with Sydney Seafood School’s Winter Program

March 4, 2015

What would you like to cook tonight? Italian? French? Japanese? Thai? Moroccan? Spanish? Or perhaps something with the flavours of America’s deep-south? Whether your taste runs more to surf’n’turf, barbecue, spicy chilli crab or cool Mod Oz, the upcoming program of classes at Sydney Seafood School has something for you. Viewed 142124 times by 10054 […]

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Govt and UC agreement to help secure CBR’s place as a university city

March 4, 2015

Chief Minister Andrew Barr and University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen Parker will tomorrow sign an ‘Agreement of Strategic Intent’, creating a partnership that will help UC grow, develop and thrive. WHAT: Signing of Agreement of Strategic Intent DATE: Wednesday, 4 March 2015 TIME: 11.30am WHERE: Refectory, University of Canberra Statement ends Media contact: Mark […]

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