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Image from pexels.comIndependent Federal Member for Indi Dr Helen Haines is inviting all members of the Yea and Alexandra communities to participate in a workshop on how to develop renewable energy locally. Haines will co-host the workshop with 2030 Yea: Community...
The news cycle in the era of the coronavirus pandemic feels like tidal waves of hope and fear on steroids.
Please see below an invitation to connect with a new local Community Energy group called 2030 Yea, which has formed following the Yea community planning process, with the goal of developing a local micro-grid.
We would like to invite you to comment on the draft Yea Community Plan 2020-2023 – this is available for viewing…
In the late 1970s and 1980s, paramedic Chris Porsz spent hours walking around Peterborough, a city in eastern England, snapping the photos of the everyday passerby. From punks to policemen, the amateur photographer captured portraits of life that were endearing and honest.
It is looking more and more likely that Australia could be in for a wet few months going into winter.
Our imaginations are so stymied by the Government’s reliance on law enforcement that we think the only way to achieve compliance is with police. It isn’t.
The vast array of data on the coronavirus pandemic can feel overwhelming, as we all try to make sense of how fast COVID-19 is spreading around the world and the relentless daily count of new cases and deaths.
Above average rainfall in March added to an excellent first quarter result for rainfall in Yea.
BOM May Monthly Rainfall to 9am 21st – 49.9mm