Recent TUGGCC news
Non-profit organisations and individuals can now apply for up to $25,000 funding for innovative projects supporting the ACT community’s transition to net zero emissions, Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability Shane Rattenbury announced today.
The West Greenway Stakeholder Panel has met with the TCC Planning and Community sub committees to look at the possibility of a community driven vision for an environmental and sports hub
An event to meet Muslims in Canberra and an opportunity to ask questions about Islam and Muslims
As part of the H2OK: Keeping our waterways healthy education program, grants of up to $3,000 for urban homeowners and $7,500 for rural residential owners (up to 40 hectares) in the ACT and surrounding region are available.
It’s exciting times online for people with disabilities, their carers and families. Come and hear from three innovative organisations, and the people who
created them, about how you (or someone you’re supporting) can directly connect to jobs, care and support workers and activities online
Just to let you know, we have just been informed that the contraction work soon to start on the upgrade of Isabella Weir will require lowering the Tuggeranong Pond by approximately 1.5 metres, in April 2017, between Isabella Weir and Tuggeranong Weir.
Council has received the following information from Jenny Connoly (Invasive Species Officer, City Services) regarding the current European Wasp situation in the ACT. Please heed the warning and be cautious as these wasps are aggressive and the consequences from multiple wasp stings are very serious indeed.
If you are interested in finding out more about the new public housing planned for Monash please come to a public drop-in information session on Friday 7th April, Tuggeranong Community Centre (6-8pm)