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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : October 29 2008
2 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, October 30, 2008 MB NEWS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Editor: Robyn Ainsworth Manager: Chris Flourentzou Office: 181 First Ave, Five Dock, 2046 Phone: 9018 3592 Fax: 9018 3531 Deliveries: 9689 5488 Classifieds: 13 19 79 Email us: email@example.com Circulation: 52,560. Source: Circulations Audit Board, March 08 Readership: 72,000. Source: Roy Morgan, March 08 Your recycling of the Inner-West Weekly helps make Australia the world leader in newspaper recycling. More than 74.5% of Australia's newspapers are re-used. your guide Inner -West Weekly Water 65.9% ---------------------------- Every week we meet a local business owner. To learn more about local businesses, go to www.truelocal.com.au TINA PASKOSKI, owner of Flowers to Be Floral Design in Five Dock Q. What your favourite flower? A. I'd say tulips would be one of my favourites and probably the anthurium which is so strong, it can last up to three weeks. Q. Are there any flowers that seem to be out of fashion? A. Mmm, probably Baby's Breath. Q. What's the most romantic gesture you've ever seen? A. One customer hired a hotel room and filled it with three dozen roses, tealight candles and scattered rose petals. YOUR LOCAL The Inner-West Weekly circulates in Abbotsford, Ashbury, Ashfield, Birkenhead, Burwood, Cabarita, Canada Bay, Concord West, Concord, Croydon, Croydon Park, Dobroyd, Drummoyne, Enfield, Five Dock, Haberfield, Homebush, Liberty Grove, Mortlake, Newington, Rhodes, Rodd Point, Russell Lea, Strathfield, Summer Hill, Olympic Park. Printed and published by Cumberland Newspaper Group, a division of Nationwide News Pty Ltd. ABN 98 008 438 828 (incl ACT). 142 Macquarie St, Parramatta. NSW 2150 Another rail plan on offer KIM SHAW state parliament THE latest rail plan from Prem- ier Nathan Rees is for a CBD metro linking Central with Rozelle via Pyrmont -- stopping short of Drummoyne. Mr Rees called the plan a ''first stage'' in a web of metro lines to Macquarie Park, Sydney's west and at a later stage to the north and southern suburbs. Co-ordinator-General David Richmond said the Federal Gov- ernment had been asked to come up with funding for the CBD metro, estimated at $4 billion. Construction was expected by 2010 and completion in three to four years, Mr Richmond said. Mr Rees described the project as a way to enhance Sydney's status as an international financial hub, with its con- nection to the Barangaroo de- velopment, Wynyard, Town Hall and Martin Place. ''We have to get people off roads and on to public trans- port,'' Mr Rees said. Mr Rees said if the project got the tick, it would mean the future of Sydney's rail transport was in metro, not heavy rail. Opposition Leader Barry O'Farrell said Mr Rees must have devised the plan on the back of a lemon squash coaster. Greens MLC Lee Rhiannon said the money would be better spent completing heavy rail lines and extending existing light rail lines. Ms Rhiannon said tunnelling under city office blocks, steep gradients and across Darling Harbour would present a real challenge. Lord Mayor Clover Moore has advocated an above-ground light rail line through the CBD connecting to Barangaroo for many years. 39 42 30 Index 8 Police Beat 15 Pet of the Week 17 Kooka Kids Club 20 Opinion 23 One Degree 26 Alive 27 What'sOn 35 Home Living 47 TV guide 46 Sport Today Early shower. Top Temp: 25C Friday Chance late storm. Top Temp: 30C Saturday Chance storm. . Top Temp: 22C Sunday Chance shower. Top Temp: 24C Experts appeals for light INNER West transport experts have worked out how to save Premier Nathan Rees $3.95 billion -- build a light rail and not a metro. Mr Rees has unveiled plans for a $4 billion metro from Central Station to Rozelle by 2015. But Eco Transit, UTS transport planners and Leichhardt Council say he should spend $50 million ex- tending light rail from Lilyfield to Dulwich Hill instead. ADVERTISEMENT Do you need help to stay at home? Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres www.commcarelink.health.gov.au Would you like information on a wide range of community care and respite services available to help you stay at home? For information about community care programs and services in your local region call Freecall* 1800 052 222. For information on respite services call Freecall* 1800 059 059. Or, visit your local Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre shopfront * Calls from mobile phones are charged at applicable rates Carelink_DHA Over 50 Specialty Stores, FREE 3 hour shopper carparking 42 - 50 Railway Parade, Burwood. Phone: 9744 0251 2112014i iww wk18
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