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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 20th 2009
16 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 21, 2009 MB NEWS Council reno seminar THINKING of building a new home, adding an extension or renovating? Canada Bay residents are invited to attend a free seminar, titled Before You Renovate, on Tuesday, May 26, from 6.30pm to 8pm at Concord Community Centre. Learn how the development application process works, how to build sustainably and about potential rebates. There will be specialist advice from leaders in the building industry and information about discounts. To book, visit www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au or phone 9911 6555. Looking for new blood THE Australian Red Cross Blood Service will be back at Club Five Dock from 10am to 3.30pm on Monday, May 25. To make an appointment, phone 13 14 95 or visit www.donateblood.com.au Schools set for malling SCHOOLS will come together next Tuesday to perform at Ashfield Mall for Education Week. Participating schools include Ashfield Public School, Canterbury Girls' High School, Croydon Park Public School, Canterbury Public School, St Vincent's Primary School and Ashbury Public School. Performances will begin at 9am through to 1pm on level 4, Centre Court near Woolworths. ''This is a great way to celebrate Education Week and bring all of the schools in the local area together,'' Ashfield Mall spokeswoman Valentina Zdravevski said. Ashfield Mall is on Liverpool Rd. Mayor's all a-Twitter CANADA Bay Council is offering new e-communications services that will deliver information to residents' inboxes. ''The Canada Bay community can also stay up to date through my Facebook and Twitter page, my mayoral column in the local papers and Bayside Brief,'' Mayor Angelo Tsirekas said. People can register their interest in receiving their rates notice via email. This service will be available from July, subject to the community's response. To find out more, go to www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au Hotline for health advice THE Sydney South West Area Health Service has joined the National Health call centre network, healthdirect Australia. The network provides a 24-hour hotline for people who need health advice. The advice is delivered by registered nurses who are supported by health triage software, a website and an up- to-date service directory of local facilities.'' If people have a health concern and are unsure of what to do next, they can call healthdirect,'' Concord Hospital acting general manager Gary Miller said. The hotline is not an emergency service. People with a health emergency should still contact 000. Calls to healthdirect Australia on landlines will be free but mobile charges may apply. The healthdirect Australia number is 1800 022 222. GREY16469 IWW A www.tara.nsw.edu.au To book your "Try Kindy" morning or Tara Tour: Phone: (02) 8838 2655 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit: www.tara.nsw.edu.au Masons Drive, North Parramatta NSW 2151 "Wherever you want to go... Tara will help you get there" - Year 12 student Enrolling now! Kindy vacancies 2010 ... TARA Parents and daughters are invited to "Try Kindy". Share a morning with teachers and girls in the Kindy classrooms. See Tara's innovative enrichment programs and wonderful facilities and resources. "Try Kindy" 9.00am 28 May You are also invited to join us for regular Junior School Tara Tours: Tara Tours 9.00am 28 May, 9 June, 25 June
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