Ginninderry residents and the broader community will soon get to immerse themselves in even more of their natural surroundings thanks to the first walking track in the Ginninderry Conservation Corridor.
It was one large step for the Strathnairn Charity House but an even bigger leap for women in the building industry when JAG Pumping and Boral Concrete poured the charity house’s structural slab last week, setting the literal foundation for this ambitious and exciting project.
It may come as no surprise to hear that women are underrepresented in the construction industry, but when you actually look at the stats, the figures are still quite staggering.
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing" — George Bernard Shaw It is well documented that play—at all ages and levels of ability—enables people to reap a multitude of health, wellbeing, social, cultural and economic rewards.
Get through Canberra’s cooler months with these eco-friendly winter buys. THE BARE LIVING CO. DISH PASTE – 80G, $13.95 Cut down on plastic and harmful synthetic foaming agents by replacing your traditional dish washing liquid with this dish paste! Handmade in Australia, this citrus-scented paste uses biodegradable surfactants and coconut- derived cleansers to bust through grease and leave your dishes squeaky clean.
Coming into the colder months there’s nothing better than a warm soup to heat you from the inside out. Right now, pumpkins, chillies, ginger and coriander are available in abundance, making this the perfect recipe to cook in a big batch and freeze for those nights you don’t have time to cook.
The Speechley family are the latest residents to share their story as part of our new campaign . They found their inspiration in the wide-open spaces and the beautiful parks.
The successful SPARK Training and Employment program has announced details of its 2021 JobTrainer Ginninderry Construction Program with participants set to benefit from a ‘taste’ of different skill sets within the construction sector.
We love hearing more about the stories of our Ginninderry residents and how they found inspiration here. In the latest in this series, we meet Harry and Meryl and asked them a few questions to get to know them better.
Ginninderry residents are the heroes in our new campaign. In this series, families tell their stories about how they found inspiration in Ginninderry. This week we meet the Dissenayike family - we asked them a few questions to get to know them better.