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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : June 17th 2009
16 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, June 18, 2009 MB GIVEAWAYS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Join Pink in Funhouse Pink is back in town. Picture: DAVE HOGAN PINK -- Australia's biggest selling inter- national recording artist of 2006-07 -- is back, at the top of her game, and raring to perform live for your entertainment. In 2007 Pink staged the biggest Australian concert tour ever by a female artist, with more than 307,000 tickets sold for a 35-show itinerary that grew to a run of more than eight weeks around the country's arenas. Winning the 2007 Helpmann Award for Best International Contemporary Concert, 2007's I'm Not Dead Tour was a spectacular that drew critical raves and standing ovations. Aiming to top the raunchy theatrical performances of the I'm Not Dead Tour, Funhouse presented by Optus, will not disappoint. Expect a dazzling carnival-style stage set, feats of aerial daring and surprises that can onlybehintedat. . .andatthecore,the confident and charismatic vocal power- house that is unmistakably Pink. ''I'm so excited to get back on the road. The Funhouse tour ideas are running rampant in my head. Who knows what they'll come out as . . . And I can't wait to see,'' Pink said. Set to add substantially to the accumu- lated albums sales of 23 million world-wide, Pink 's fifth studio album Funhouse fea- tures the number one smash hit So What. We have several double passes to see Pink in concert on June 26 at the Entertainment Centre. For your chance to win, visit www.innerwestweekly.com.au and enter your details in the Competition section. Entries close on Monday at 4.59pm. 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 Let us take your business pulse THE Inner-West Weekly wants to take the pulse of your business to understand the challenges you face and your thoughts on running a business in Sydney through a special national online survey. We want to know what is happening in your world, the challenges you face and how you feel about doing business in Australia's communities, so that we can create a long-term study of small business and raise awareness of the key issues you face as entrepreneurs and business leaders. The survey will only take about 20 minutes to complete and you could win and advertising package valued at $10,400. The data will also be used to compare how Sydney is performing against small businesses in other states. It will be run biannually enabling us to track how business sentiment is changing over time and how the issues facing small businesses are also changing. To register and take part in our survey, visit www.smesurvey.myyardstick.com and you will be contacted when the survey starts on Monday and closes on July 6. NSW Permit Number LTPS/09/05287 Sony puts you in digital frame ENJOY viewing your most memorable moments with outstanding picture quality on Sony's new digital photo frame. Holding up to 2000 photos and featuring a clock and calendar mode, this stylishly designed, multi-purpose digital photo frame is an essential addition to any living room or bedside table. For more information, visit www.sony.com.au Thanks to Sony, we have two DPF-D72 digital photo frames to give away to our readers, valued at $279. For a chance to win a Sony Digital Photoframe go to www.innerwest weekly.com.au and click on the competition link. Alternatively, on the back of an envelope, put your name, address, the name of this paper, and in 25 words or less why you would like to win. Send it to Sony Digital Photoframe Give- away, GPO Box 6062, Parramatta Business Centre 2150. Entries close on June 29 at 4.59pm. Winners will be notified by mail. 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 Chance to get cretive BURWOOD Council is hosting a series of free creative writing workshops designed to explore the literary talents of young local people. The four-week program is being led by professional writing tutor Andrew Blanch. The sessions will be held at Burwood Park Community Centre on Wednesdays from June 17 to July 8 from 3.30pm to 5.30pm. To register or for more information phone the council on 9911 9911. Authorised by the Australian Government, Capital Hill, Canberra. Advertisement Don't forget to claim TAX REFUND EDUCATION ETR2M/9 The Australian Government's Education Tax Refund means you could get 50% back on a range of your children's education expenses -- for eligible items bought before 1 July, 2009. It's a refund of up to $375 for each primary school child and $750 for each secondary school child. You can claim expenses like textbooks, stationery, educational software and even computers, printers and internet costs. You are eligible if you receive Family Tax Benefit (FTB) Part A for a child at school or a payment was made for the child that prevented you from receiving FTB Part A such as Youth Allowance. You can claim the refund on your tax return. If you don't need to lodge a tax return you can still claim, so be sure you keep your receipts and claim from 1 July 2009. To fi nd out more visit australia.gov.au/educationtaxrefund orcall132861
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