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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : October 15 2008
12 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, October 16, 2008 MB NEWS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Simms voted in as mayor Irene Simms IRENE Simms was elected mayor at Auburn Coun- cil's extraord- inary meeting last Tuesday, with Unity Party member Jack Au elected her deputy. Cr Simms, a Residents' Action Group for Auburn Area member, made her mark in the council nine years ago and served as deputy mayor during the 2007-'08 mayoral term. Cr Simms said that she was committed to her community and was delighted to be elected as mayor of Auburn. The new mayor is grateful for the councillors' support and looks forward to working with them over the next year. ''I welcome our new council- lors Teresa Di Paolo, Ned Attie and Izzet Anmak and look for- ward to working with them on many interesting projects over the next year,'' she said. ''I look forward to working with the other councillors and general manager John Burgess and his wonderful staff and to making Auburn a better place for our residents.'' Cr Simms is determined to continue to provide a safe en- vironment for residents for whom she has developed a strong passion. Rhythm of Polynesia on stage (above) and taking a well-earned break (below). Pictures: PHIL BLATCH ~PP203151 Park fills with voices See more pictures More photographs available at www.innerwestweekly.com.au CULTURES from around the world were on show for all to see at the annual Carnival of Cultures in Ashfield Park last Sunday. This year's theme was Living Languages, celebrating the various voices that can be heard in the Ashfield area. The performance by Rhythm of Polynesia was a highlight, and others to take the stage included Spanish, Polish and Indian dancers. Visitors also indulged in the diversity of the food and market stalls. The first thing our Owner-Managers own is personal service. At Bank of Queensland, our Owner-Managers are always keen to go the extra mile for you. That's because Owner-Managers own and run the branch, and are financially incentivised to perform through profit sharing. Their success depends on their ability to attract new customers and make sure existing ones are well looked after. No wonder they treat you like a VIP, and deliver a personal banking experience for every single customer. Banking the way it should be Our Owner-Managers are experienced bankers and are attracted to Bank of Queensland for the same reason most of our customers are. They see an opportunity to do things "the way banking should be done." This unique approach to banking has now been around for more than 30 years, so it's tried and tested. The security of Bank of Queensland Your funds are held with Bank of Queensland, a proud financial institution with 134 years of banking history and an ASX listed Top 100 company. That means your money is as safe with a Bank of Queensland Owner-Managed branch as it would be with any other Australian Bank. Part of the community Our Owner-Managers are proud to be part of their communities, and their local knowledge means that they can make decisions based on what's happening in your part of the world. So if you want personal service put first, simply drop into your local branch or call one of our Owner-Managers. Bank of Queensland Limited ABN 32 009 656 740. Information current as at 22 September 2008. BOQ1553_38 BOQ Rhodes David Adams Suite G02 Ground Floor, 3 Rider Boulevard, Rhodes. Phone 9739 6044 BOQ Burwood David Kwong 197 Burwood Road, Burwood. Phone 9714 9688
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