Former Woden CIT site – opposite the Canberra Hospital

Former Woden CIT site – opposite the Canberra Hospital

The WVCC objects to the demolition of the former CIT which is strategically located on a 5.5 hectare site between the Woden Town Centre and the Canberra Hospital.  A Territory-wide Health Service Plan is currently being developed and will provide a system wide view of priorities for health service development and redesign over the next five years.

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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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“Petition – Reduce N12 and N10 building heights and preserve all existing open green space in Arabanoo Park

"Petition - Reduce N12 and N10 building heights and preserve all existing open green space in Arabanoo Park

Please support members of our community who will be impacted by the overwhelming scale of the N12 (Block 13 Section 81) development on the corner of Easty and Wilbow Streets in Phillip[1] at https://epetitions.act.gov.au/CurrentEPetitions.aspx (petition number 025-18).

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