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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : April 29th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, April 30, 2009 17 NEWS BRIEFLY Business recipe AUTHOR and leading economist Julia Bickerstaff is the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Small Business Book Club on May 13 at Concord library at 6.30pm. Ms Bickerstaff is the author of How to Bake a Business, which advises readers how to turn a bright idea into a successful enterprise. A former consulting partner at Deloitte, she now runs two businesses -- The Business Bakery and Butterfly Coaching. Free event, but bookings are essential. To reserve a place, phone Canada Bay Council on 9911 6555 or email business@canadabay. nsw.gov.au. Prevent crime LEARN how to prevent crime in your area by attending a community safety audit at Lidcombe Community Centre next Thursday, May 14 at 5.30pm. It will include a walk with a guided checklist of things to look out for. Afterwards a light dinner will be provided. This event has been organised by Auburn police and Auburn council. For more details or to register, phone the council's community safety and education officer on 9735 1209. Lidcombe Community Centre is on the lower level of Lidcombe Library, 3 Bridge St. PLC Sydney's Wind Ensemble is off to central Europe. Europe tour a high note IT'S not often that a group of talented young music students get to tour Europe. During the Easter holiday break, PLC Sydney's Wind Ensemble travelled to cen- tral Europe to enrich their musical knowledge and pol- ish their performance skills. The party of 49 students and six staff performed at the Heidelberg Music School, the main town square of Rothenberg, the Salzburg School of Music and the Church of Saint Simon and Saint Jude in Prague. The ensemble also re- hearsing with three re- nowned conductors -- Tobias Mahl, Jorge Rotter and Heiko Schulze. Band director Philip Harper said the tour al- lowed the students to broaden their horizons and nurture their talents. ''This tour offered the students a great oppor- tunity to develop their skills while experiencing music in unique cultural settings throughout central Europe,'' Mr Harper said. The tour concluded in Wolfenbuttel, where the ensemble stayed with students from Gymnasium im Schloss, one of several overseas schools with which PLC Sydney has an established relationship. THEN FLY HOME WITH PACIFIC BLUE. CHRISTCHURCH ◊219* AUCKLAND ◊239* WELLINGTON ◊249* International airline of flypacificblue.com *Departing Sydney, seats are limited and may not be available at peak times or on all flights. Fares are one way on the net, or $15 more by phone. A credit card surcharge of $5 per person per one way flight is applicable for flights internationally. Fares are correct as at Apr 27, 2009 and are subject to change. Wellington is offered as a connecting flight. Domestic connecting flights offered by Virgin Blue Airlines Pty. Ltd. International flights between Australia and New Zealand operated by Pacific Blue Airlines (N.Z.) Ltd. International return fare may var y with the addition of local taxes and charges. CumminsNitro © VIR1294
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