Monthly Archives: October 2015

Frankston City being judged for national Sustainable Cities award

MEDIA RELEASE 13 October 2015   Photo opportunity What: Keep Australia Beautiful, Australian Sustainable Cities judging 2015 When: Thursday 15 October 2015 Media Call: 10.45am Where: Frankston Waterfront Area/ Foreshore Pier Who: Sean Rooney, Keep Australia Beautiful, Australian Sustainable Cities … Continue reading

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Keep Australia Beautiful remembers former Chair Don Chambers

MEDIA RELEASE 12 October 2015     Don Chambers, the former Chair of Keep Australia Beautiful National Association, sadly passed away on 11 October while on a trip to Rome, Italy. He was 78. Don was an important part of … Continue reading

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Green mission for new CEO

MEDIA RELEASE 7 October 2015   A key player with some of Australia’s biggest and most successful brands has been appointed to head up the non-profit environmental organisation Keep Australia Beautiful National Association Ltd (KAB). Philip Robinson, 54, has a … Continue reading

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Trash piles up in Tassie

MEDIA RELEASE 7 October 2015       Tasmania has bucked the tidy trend to be the only state in the country to record an increase in litter over the past decade, according to new research. The latest Keep Australia … Continue reading

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Litter turns tide after ten years

MEDIA RELEASE 7 October 2015       Australians are cleaning up their act with new research revealing an average of 35 per cent less litter than a decade ago. Victoria is leading the clean-up charge with a 65 per … Continue reading

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Canada Bay bid for most sustainable city in country

MEDIA RELEASE Friday 2 October 2015   Photo: Showcasing the Water for the Community Project. Click on photo to download full size.  L – R: Tony Pavlovic, City of Canada Bay; Mayor Angelo Tsirekas; Petrina Nelson, City of Canada Bay; Sean Rooney, … Continue reading

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