• Oct. 11, 2017

    Best Gift Market – Calling all Creatives!

    Stallholder applications for the inaugural Best Gift Market are closing Monday 23 October.

    Applications are invited from the Eastern suburbs creative industry, including local makers, home-crafters, backyard builders and apartment artists.

    Contact Natalya on 6222 or team.eco@randwick.nsw.gov.au for an application pack. 

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  • Oct. 11, 2017

    5 things to know about solar for your home

    Story by Nicola Saltman, 25 September 2017, as published in The Beast magazine (October 2017)

    With recent electricity prices soaring up to 30-40 per cent for many residents, it’s no surprise that solar power is on homeowners’ minds. Making free green energy on your own rooftop helps ...

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  • Sept. 15, 2017

    National Garage Sale Trail

    Council’s across the metropolitan area are supporting the National Garage Sale Trail in October, so if you have unwanted but good quality homewares, clothes, books and furniture that you want to try and get a few dollars or more for, get on to their website and register ...

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  • Sept. 14, 2017

    Our Energy Future for residents across the eastern suburbs

    Are you fed up with increasingly high energy bills? Do you feel helpless when it comes to changing how much energy you use? Well Randwick, Woollahra and Waverley Councils, along with another 7 metropolitan Councils have teamed up with Our Energy Future to help give their residents a ...

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  • Sept. 14, 2017

    Highlights: Eco-living Fair 2017 and Festival of the Winds

    Randwick’s Eco Living Fair, held on Fathers Day, Sunday 3 September 2017attracted thousands of residents across the eastern suburbs with workshops, demonstrations and stalls spruiking all things environmentally friendly and again including a wonderful opportunity for a sustainability ‘speed date’ with experts brought in by the ...

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  • Sept. 7, 2017

    Riding with power

    Story by Nicola Saltman, 15 August, 2017

    We all know cycling is good for us. And we know bicycles are better for the planet and our climate. And then there’s the case for fewer traffic jams and congestion-free streets. ‘Just look at the Netherlands’, as my friend ...

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  • Aug. 2, 2017

    Kincoppal-Rose Bay — largest school solar power system in the Eastern Suburbs

    With the help of the 3-Council Solar my School program, Kincoppal–Rose Bay has just gone solar! The school has installed 338 panels to provide locally generated, green energy to power the School’s sports, music and performing arts facilities. At 99.7kW, It’s the largest solar ...

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  • Aug. 2, 2017

    Get free energy savings and solar advice for your home

    With current energy price rises there’s never been a better time to reduce your bills with solar power or LED lighting.

    Not sure how to start?

    You can now get free up-to-date and independent advice for saving energy and renewable energy at home with Our Energy Future ...

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  • Aug. 1, 2017

    Unpacking the confusion around soft plastics recycling

    Story by Nicola Saltman, July 2017

    Walk down a supermarket aisle or peer into the pantry, and it’s pretty clear a plastic-free world is a distant dream. Especially with the plethora of hard-to-avoid soft plastics and packaging. So is there a planet-friendly solution?

    Following on from ABC ...

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  • July 11, 2017

    A month without plastic - can we do it?

    OK, so most of us are into the swing of shopping with reusable bags right? But what about all the other bits of single use plastic that find their way into our lives?

    The Plastic Free July campaign challenges our plastic habits – what can we do without with ...

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