Posts in the 'Communities' category

Cultural Authenticity, Beechworth Post Office, Disabled Access…

The historic post office in popular Victorian goldfields tourism destination, Beechworth, is once again facing controversy. Although it had a reprieve in 2006 due to community dissent, it is now scheduled to move from its (nearly) 150 year

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Young American Looking To Live & Work In Australia

Jared, a 23 year old American, has contacted PWF about looking for work and eventual citizenship in Australia.

Experience In Agriculture And Building
Jared has extensive experience in agriculture and small scale farming, also some experience in building and animal husbandry. …

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Large Scale Battery Storage Not Understood By Australian Authorities

Battery storage held back by ignorance of regulators, ministers

The Claims

“Australian energy ministers and regulators are simply unaware that the technology has been deployed at scale around the world, and simply don’t appreciate what the technology can do to support the energy transition…

Regulators have been slow

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Cooperative Medical Clinic Success And National Expansion

The Canberra Times reports that the National Health Co-op, founded six years ago as Canberra’s West Belconnen Health Cooperative, now has seven medical clinics across the ACT, with another about to open in Higgins and then Yass.

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Community Solar Co-op Shares Snapped Up At Young Henrys

Shares in a community-based solar co-op in Sydney sold out in minutes last month. A Non-Profit group of ‘energy citizens’ called Pingala is behind a community solar farm, on the roof of Young Henry’s Brewery in

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