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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : June 17th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, June 18, 2009 7 NEWS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Abstract highlights our energy use AN artwork designed by a Homebush architect which shows how much energy Sydney's glittering skyline uses has won a people's choice award. Sascha Crocker was co-creator of Lumenocity -- an abstract energy map of the city's CBD which was erected in the forecourt of Customs House. Voters in an online poll for 702ABC Sydney voted it the most popular installation of the 25 light art pieces on show in the Light Walk during last week's Vivid Sydney Festival. Ms Crocker and her co- designers Sean Bryen and Andrew Daly were thrilled. ''There is not a lot of opportunity to get involved in public art installations,'' Ms Crocker said. The buildings lit up in red use the most energy, she said, but the project had involved some guesswork. ''It should cause people to question energy consumption,'' she said. It's good news week for our public schools To see the full list of local school grants visit www.innerwestweekly.com.au THERE was good news for some primary schools last week when they received funding for much- needed major infrastructure proj- ects like libraries and new class- rooms. More than 20 local schools were beneficiaries of the second round of the Federal Government's Pri- mary Schools for the 21st Century funding program. Grayndler Federal Labor MP Anthony Albanese said the grants would improve educational facili- ties and create local jobs. ''It's important that teachers and students in our local schools have 21st century facilities,'' he said. ''This investment will also go a long way to supporting local jobs during the global recession.'' The works are scheduled to be completed by the end of January 2011. Included in the funding is: -- $2.5 million to Ashbury Public School for new classroom facili- ties and other upgrades. -- $3 million to Summer Hill Public School for an upgraded library and new classroom. -- $3 million to Trinity Grammar for new primary library and hall. -- $2.5 million to Abbotsford Public School for new classrooms. --$2.5 million to Five Dock Public School for a new hall and covered outdoor learning area. -- $2.7 million to St Mary's Primary School, Concord for hall refurbishment and library. -- $3 million to Santa Sabina College for refurbishment of multi-purpose hall. -- $3 million to Strathfield North Public School for new classrooms and a classroom upgrade. -- $3 million to Strathfield South Public School for new classrooms and covered outdoor learning areas. -- $3 million to Burwood Public School for a new hall, covered outdoor learning area and can- teen. Applications for round three of the funding close on July 10. A full list of successful schools and their planned projects is at www.buildingtheeducation revolution.gov.au FREE INSTALLATION by Government registered installers REBATES UP TO $1600.00 Rebates received within 60 days Call US NOW for assistance & a quote or book online 1300 697 117 We will assist with all the paperwork www.aainsulation.com.au For more info www.environment.gov.au HURRY The State Government is offering up to $300, for homeowners who take up this offer and install by the 30th of JUNE 2009. This could mean a $1900 rebate. DONT DELAY ACT NOW! www.environment.nsw.gov.au/rebates/ccfcir.htm FREE Home Insulation A Government Grant will cover the costs
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