button in toolbar for more information.
Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : February 4th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, February 5, 2009 13 GIVEAWAY Banquet for four Star City's Lotus Pond restaurant is just like being in China. WELCOME in the Year of the Ox at Star City with Chinese New Year festivities and a feast to remember. A magical dinner for four at Star City's Lotus Pond restaurant is up for grabs to 20 winners, each up to the value of $500. It's all about celebrating Chinese New Year, which continues with colour, song and flavour at Star City until February 9. Some of the menu's Chinese delicacies include abalone, lobster and shark fin soup plus other favourites such as deep-fried king prawns and roasted chicken in sweet soya sauce. You will take your place in the beautiful Lotus Pond restaurant, which has an impressive pagoda-style entrance making you feel as if you have been transported to China itself. During Chinese New Year, there will be regular lion and dragon dance perform- ances around the property, and appear- ances by the God of Wealth, who symbolises good luck and fortune. To enter, simply enter your details at www.innerwestweekly.com.au. Alternatively, write your name, address and daytime contact phone number on the back of an envelope and the name of this paper and send it to Star City's Lotus Pond giveaway, PO Box 6062, Parramatta Bus- iness Centre 2150. Entries close February 9. Prize voucher valid until April 30. Any personal information you provide will be used for this competition alone, will not be provided to any third party and will be destroyed following this competition. Full terms and conditions are available at www,innerwestweekly.com.au Oz Day photo comp winners One of the 12 best snaps. Visit www.innerwestweekly.com.au to see the winning pictures HERE'S the news we have all been waiting for -- the winners of our ''We Are One'' Australia Day photo competition. James Morgan, of Fairfield; Nic Coleman, of Cammeray; Bernd Martin, of North Curl Curl; Mamdy Kwan, of Turramurra; Petra Holland, of Hornsby Heights; Marsha Rob- bins, of Silverdale; Trudy Bright, of the Central Coast; Naomi Manning, of Berowra; David Spira, of St Ives; Georgie Arcus, of Newport; Chris Parsons, of Manly; Arthur Roy, of Toukley. As part of a major school road safety campaign, school zone speed cameras have been installed on The Boulevarde, Strathfield to further enhance road safety for students of Santa Sabina College, Santa Maria Del Monte, Meriden Junior School and Meriden Senior Schools. The new cameras enforce both the 40 km/h school zone speed limit during school zone times as well as the posted speed limit outside of these times. Keep to the speed limit and help us keep the children safe. For further information, visit www.rta.nsw.gov.au School zone speed cameras now in Strathfield
January 28th 2009
February 11th 2009