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The Atherton Gardens $43 million dollar redevelopment was officially launched on the 20th of October 2010, after many years of planning. The development is due for completion by September 2012, and will include 152 new homes at Atherton gardens, a new childcare centre, office and retail space and 127 car spaces.
It has come to fruition by strong support from the state government, the Brotherhood of St Laurence, The City of Yarra, United Care (Broadmeadows) and the Atherton Gardens residents association (AGRA) amongst other local organisations.
Infoxchange’s Carbonxchange enterprise in East Timor is very welcoming of the comments by Prime Minister Gillard to look at the idea of a price on carbon.
This would bring Australia in line with other progressive countries including New Zealand, Germany and a number of other European countries who have recognised the need to address climate change through placing a price on carbon.
After 10 years Green PC continues to deliver multiple social, environmental and economic benefits. Over 30,000 refurbished computers and laptops have been distributed across Australia in the past 10 years ensuring that irrespective of income, ability or location people are able to access affordable technology.
Yarra residents will soon be able to recycle a wide range of goods, including e-waste, on one Saturday per month, with Council extending the opening hours at its recycling drop off point.
Council’s Clifton Hill recycling centre will open between 8am and Midday on the first Saturday of each month to accept recyclable waste, starting September 4.
Reporting from the (Free CitiPower Information Session)
held 6pm Monday 30/Aug/2010 Harmsworth Hall Collingwood.
30-40 residents attended with 3 questions on their minds.
1) Who will pay for the new meters (Landlord or tenant) ?
2) How much will the new meters cost ?
3) How will the new meters help them save money ?
Recently, yarraReporter has noticed an increase in stories about residents and their housing maintenance issues. One such resident was left without power for a week during a flooding of her home while her flat was still in need of repairs.
When contacted, the Office of Housing had little to say on the general issue of delay on repairs and would only comment on specific repair requests. Upon further investigation, we were able to talk to a staff member of the DoH who told us that they were not responsible for any delays as they hire independent contractors to carry out the residential repairs.
Australian residents, who came here as refugees or asylum seekers, that have good English and local qualifications have no guarantee for employment. In fact, often it is not easy to gain permanent employment that matches their professional skills.