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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : January 28th 2009
16 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, January 29, 2009 MB GIVEAWAY Find your way NOBODY knows their way around like your local newspaper -- or so we like to think. It's not easy keeping up with progress. That's why we're joining with Gregory's to give away 250 copies of the glovebox-sized 2009 Sydney and Blue Mountains street directory (pictured above). To win, go to www.innerwestweekly. com.au or post your name, address and contact phone number to Gregory's give- away, PO Box 6062, Parramatta Business Centre 2150. There are 1400 new residents a week in Sydney, and that means a growing road network. Universal Publishers' annual mapping of Sydney has uncovered around 500 new streets, three new suburbs, new subdiv- isions in a further four suburbs, and updates on the North-West Transitway and the new Epping-Chatswood Railway line. There are also 130 red light and fixed speed camera location listings. Join Alive movie club LIKE movies? Want to have your say? Then join our new Alive Movie Club, found in the ''groups'' section of our website at www.innerwestweekly.com.au To celebrate, we have got an exclusive private screening for 40 people to give away -- that's 10 prizes, each for four people, to see Paramount's latest box office hit Ghost Town. It includes drinks and canapes, and will be on February 6, from 6pm at Paramount Pictures' theatrette in the city. To enter, simply become a member of your local site and click on the ''compe- titions'' tab. Ghost Town is a romantic comedy star- ring Ricky Gervais, Greg Kinnear, Tea Leoni and Kristen Wigg. It starts in cinemas from February 12 and is only at the movies. BI-LO Rhodes will be closing its doors on Saturday 31st January. For all your shopping needs please visit: Coles Rhodes, 1 Rider Boulevard, Rhodes We look forward to bringing you better prices every day at Coles. For more information please visit Council's website www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au or contact Council on 9748 9999. CRICOS Provider Code 00002J BECOME A LICENSED CONVEYANCER The Macquarie Law School offers a course in the law that underpins the practice of conveyancing. The course fulfils the educational requirements needed to gain a license as a conveyancer, once relevant practical experience has been gained. Offered by distance education it may be completed in two years. Applications for first semester 2009 have been extended to 30 January For further information contact Louise Debenham Te l 02 9850 6829 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web www.coe.mq.edu.au/convey1.html
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