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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : November 12th 2008
14 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, November 13, 2008 MB NEWS Call goes out for those who inspire www.innerwestweekly.com.au TRANSLATION: This story is translated in Chinese at www.innerwestweekly.com.au ASHFIELD Council is calling for nomi- nations for its 2009 Australia Day Awards. The categories are Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Young Artist/Sportsperson of the Year. Ashfield Mayor Ted Cassidy said nominating a ''local hero'' was a way to thank them for their contribution to the community. ''Most of us know someone who has contributed their knowledge, time and talent to benefit our community,'' he said. ''Nominating that person for an Australia Day Award will enable them to be recog- nised at a wider level, where they can share their experiences and inspire others.'' The Citizen of the Year will have the opportunity to have their photo featured on a commemorative stamp sheet from Aust- ralia Post. Nominees must be Australian citizens, aged 16 and over and reside in or contribute to the Ashfield municipality at the time of nomination. Nomination Packs are available online at www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au and from the council, local libraries and the aquatic centre. Nominations close on Friday, November 28. Walk to change the planet THE Drummoyne Climate Action Group is in full support of the Walk Against Warming day this Saturday. The action group, which is made up of 20 volun- teers, has put up flyers and banners throughout the Inner West. The group hopes the lo- cal community will at- tend the day and support ''a safe climate future for our children''. ''We hope many people from the local area will participate and join in to make local and federal representatives to take real action against cli- mate change,'' Climate Action Group spokesman Paul Hanly said. Mr Hanly said it was the largest opportunity for members of the com- munity to act together in a peaceful and traditional way to make the govern- ment aware of the con- cern of climate change. Walk Against Warming will start at Martin Place at 11am. For details visit www.walkagainst warming.org Ashfield Business Breakfast Ashfield Council and the Ashfield Business Chamber will host a business breakfast at Wests Ashfield Leagues on Tuesday 18 November from 7am to 8.30am. The breakfast, the second for the year, is an opportunity to meet the Executive Committee of the new Ashfield Business Chamber, meet the new Ashfield Councillors and hear guest speakers Kerrie Bush, President of the Ashfield Business Chamber and John Bertone, sharing the secrets of Search Engine Optimisation. The cost is $25 per head and registration is essential. This event is free for members of the Ashfield Business Chamber, so join now. Contact Duncan Gilchrist on 9716 1920 or visit www.ashfieldbusiness.com.au for more information. Tel: (02) 9716 1800 | Fax: (02) 9716 1911 Customer Service Centre 260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield NSW 2131 email@example.com | www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au 2049468i iww wk20 News from Ashfield Council AGL Energy Shop Camperdown 176 Parramatta Road, (Between Pyrmont Bridge Road & Mallet Street) Or Call 9519 7411. Offer ends 23 November 2008. The shape of the Weber® QTM is a trademark of Weber Stephen Products Co. Australia. Weber Summer BBQ Blitz! MAGL0734_IWW_TG Hurry! Sale ends 23 November. Grab a hot deal on all Weber BBQ's before the summer rush. Thanks for your help to improve the Victoria Road bus project In December 2007, the State Government asked you to comment on the proposed changes to Victoria Road. The environment assessment documents for the preferred option are now on display. You can view the project update at www.rta.nsw.gov.au/victoriaroad. For more information call 1300 780 841. Time to review · Environment assessment documents · A summary to give you an overview · Flyovers · Before and afters · Shadow simulations Time to provide your feedback by 25 November 2008 What were the project's alternatives?
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