When in August last year the ACT Heritage Minister, Rebecca Vassarotti, stood aside the members of the ACT Heritage Council, the problems she outlined to justify her actions did not come as a surprise to those in the know about the recent history of this ministerially appointed body.
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In April, the Commonwealth Government granted Commonwealth status for Lake Burley Griffin and parts of the surrounds.
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It has only been a few weeks since the local press bore tributes to Derek Wrigley (February, 1924 – June, 2021).
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The ACT Government’s planning directorate has an impenetrable structure that reminds me of the “Star Wars” concept – the Borg Hive – called The Collective.
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