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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 27th 2009
2 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 28, 2009 MB NEWS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Editor: Robyn Ainsworth Manager: Chris Flourentzou Office: 181 First Ave, Five Dock, 2046 Phone: 9018 3592 Fax: 9018 3531 Deliveries: 9689 5498 Classifieds: 13 19 79 Email us: email@example.com Circulation: 52,892 (CAB Apr 2008 -- Sept 2008) Readership: 69,000 (Roy Morgan Readership Survey, Oct 2006 -- Sept 2008) Your recycling of the Inner- West Weekly helps make Australia the world leader in newspaper recycling. More than 74.5% of Australia's newspapers are re-used. your guide Inner -West Weekly Water 58.1% ---------------------------- Every week we meet a local business owner. To learn more about local businesses, go to www.truelocal.com.au KATHLEEN BADOLATO and MARIA POLLICINA, Jeanelle of Five Dock Q. Why is fashion important? A. People have a sense of wanting to belong. Wearing fashion and looking good makes them feel like a part of the community and helps them fit in. Q. A lady should never leave home without? A. Lipstick, handbag, credit card, mobile, mints and Nurofen. Q. Something you personally would never wear? A. G-string/bikini. YOUR LOCAL The Inner-West Weekly circulates in Abbotsford, Ashbury, Ashfield, Birkenhead, Burwood, Cabarita, Canada Bay, Concord West, Concord, Croydon, Croydon Park, Dobroyd, Drummoyne, Enfield, Five Dock, Haberfield, Homebush, Liberty Grove, Mortlake, Newington, Rhodes, Rodd Point, Russell Lea, Strathfield, Summer Hill, Olympic Park. Printed and published by Cumberland Newspaper Group, a division of Nationwide News Pty Ltd. ABN 98 008 438 828 (incl ACT). 142 Macquarie St, Parramatta. NSW 2150 35 38 25 Index 8 Police Beat 16 Giveaway 17 Pet of the Week 17 Sudoku 18 Opinion 22 Clever Living 23 Alive 24 What'sOn 31 Open Houses 32 Home Living 41 Sport 43 TV guide Park is going to pot Is drug-taking a problem in your area? Tell us at www.innerwestweekly.com.au From Page 1 A Strathfield Council spokes- man said the council was aware of the situation and had advised the Flemington Local Area Command. ''The council has also told nearby residents that when oc- casions of anti-social behaviour occur at Strathfield Park that they should notify the police,'' he said. ''Like at all parks, as soon as the council becomes aware of litter at Strathfield Park, the council officers immediately clean the site.'' But this isn't the first time Strathfield Park has been home to illegal drug use. In 2007 Burwood police offi- cers allegedly seized about 870g of cannabis hidden in the park, which led to the arrest of three teenagers, two aged 18 and the other 19. Today Chance shower Top Temp: 18C Friday Chance shower Top Temp: 18C Saturday Shower or two Top Temp: 18C Sunday Mostly fine Top Temp: 19C Boundaries set to shift again SCOTT HOWLETT HABERFIELD voters who were switched from the federal seat of Lowe to Grayndler at the last election, could end up back in Lowe under a proposal being considered by the Australian Electoral Commission. The commission's redistri- bution committee is redrawing federal electoral boundaries as a result of a population shift which will see Queensland take a seat from NSW. The boundaries of Grayndler, held by Labor's Anthony Albanese, and Lowe, held by Labor's John Murphy, were not easily adjusted, Liberal state director Mark Neeham said. ''We suggest that the seat of Lowe should retain its western boundary with Reid (Labor's Laurie Ferguson),'' he said. ''Lowe should consist of as much as possible of the four Inner West local government areas that it has traditionally included: Strathfield, Burwood, Ashfield and Canada Bay.'' Lowe would gain Haberfield but lose Croydon Park to Grayndler and Belfield to Watson, Mr Neeham said. Labor state director Matt Thistlethwaite said the ALP would leave the boundaries of Grayndler unchanged. Labor recommended Lowe gain part of Reid east of Centen- ary Drive and part of Blaxland. BEGA TO BYRON BAY NSW recycles enough newspaper each year, when stacked three metres high, to stretch along our state's coastline. Recycling saves water and electricity and reduces waste and greenhouse gases. So keep up the good work. Visit www.livingthing.net.au for more tips on sustainable paper use. To search for more information on paper recycling visit www.environment.nsw.gov.au/households/recwaste.htm NSW is recycling an outstanding 190,000 tonnes of newspaper each year -- that's 82 per cent of newspapers disposed of. 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