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  • Woden multi-purpose sports stadium proposal
    Woden multi-purpose sports stadium proposal
    Sport and recreation activities have the ability to bring people of all ages together and provide opportunities for inclusion. They can inspire and motivate individuals while also fostering community pride. The demolition of Woden’s basketball stadium and closure of both the Woden CIT and the MPowerdome in Tuggeranong have left a shortage of indoor sports facilities across the south of Canberra. The growing ACT electorate of Murrumbidgee does not have...
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  • Petition - Retain the hydrotherapy pool at the Canberra Hospital
    Petition – Retain the hydrotherapy pool at the Canberra Hospital
    The hydrotherapy pool at TCH is due to be closed in June 2019 despite the importance of this health service. If you would like the ACT Government to keep the hydrotherapy pool at the Canberra Hospital open and maintained until a new dedicated hydrotherapy pool is built on the south side of Canberra, sign the petition at: https://epetitions.act.gov.au/CurrentEPetitions.aspx While we appreciate the new University of Canberra Hospital (UCH) will provide...
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  • The opening of the Woden Experiment – Wednesday 6 March
    The opening of the Woden Experiment – Wednesday 6 March
    On Wednesday 6 March the fence around the Woden Experiment will be removed and the street furniture and landscaping will be available for the enjoyment of the community. There are tables and chairs for meeting friends and there is a stage for artists to share their skills. We hope that plenty of buskers find the new furniture and landscaping a great place for playing music....
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  • ACT Regional Scooter Championships – Register now!
    ACT Regional Scooter Championships – Register now!
    The Australasian Scooter Association’s (ASA) Scooter Championship will be held at the Woden Skatepark on 16 February 2019. Entrants are invited to participate from the ACT and surrounding regional areas....
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