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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : June 17th 2009
18 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, June 18, 2009 MB Talk to us at allofaus.com.au World of our own Olympian Cathy Freeman, says people rise above all adversity to be more than what they thought they ever could be Values are held deep but new trends are emerging on the social gathering website allofaus.com.au AUSTRALIA was once known for its broad landscapes and natural beauty. But contemporary Australia sees itself as a cultural hub -- modern, sophisticated and comfortable with its place in the global village. This is a central theme emerging from allofaus.com.au, a social networking site inviting all Australians to join in a conver- sation about our nation. A partnership between this paper and Qantas, the site aims to discover what contemporary Australia has become what drives us and makes our country what it is in the 21st century. The land is not just the land, says social researcher Mark McCrindle, who is delving into the site to uncover the new Australia. ''It's the people, our achievements and what we're doing now.'' Humour has also emerged as a standard -- irrepressible, larrikin and self-deprecating, it remains something we see as an essential part of our national character. Phil from Sydney commented: ''This is what I like about Australia, we can laugh at ourselves in the face of adversity. The Pacific Dawn docks after its swine flu troubles and the passengers chant; 'Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! Oink! Oink! Oink!''' Join the conversation today and have your say. What makes Australia great? Go to allofaus.com.au find a conversation that interests you and join in. JOIN Go to www.allofaus.com.au, find a conversation that interests you and join in. SHARE We all have a viewpoint, topics of interest, beliefs and passions. Share yours. LISTEN Bend your ear to the voices of a nation. Hear what others listen have to say. Tell us what you think the spirit of Australia is at www.allofaus.com.au PUBLIC NOTICE DA2009/037 16 Long Street, Strathfield -- approved 28 May 2009 Construction of a new double garage, relocation of existing carport, and replacement front fence DA2009/035 21 Hebe Street, Greenacre -- approved 28 May 2009 Demolition and new two (2) storey dwelling DA2009/055 1-5 Underwood Road, Homebush West -- approved 27 May 2009 Use of existing premises for warehousing and distribution of groceries and non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages DA2009/071 102-110 Parramatta Road, Homebush -- approved 27 May 2009 Installation of air-conditioning units DA2009/008 74 Wallis Avenue, Strathfield -- approved 27 May 2009 Demolition and new two (2) storey dwelling with basement garage, in-ground swimming pool, spa and front fence DA2009/048 49A The Crescent, Homebush -- approved 25 May 2009 Demolition of existing pergola and alterations and additions to rear of existing dwelling DA2009/019 84 Homebush Road, Strathfield -- approved 18 May 2009 Alterations and additions to existing dwelling CDC2009/5003 37 James Street, Strathfield South -- approved 15 May 2009 Attached pergola DA2009/022/01 27 Manning Avenue, Strathfield -- approved 12 May 2009 In-ground swimming pool and front fence DA2009/023/01 25 Manning Avenue, Strathfield -- approved 12 May 2009 In-ground swimming pool DA2009/047 18 Gregory Street, Strathfield -- approved 12 May 2009 Alterations and additions to existing outbuilding DA2009/018 108 Newton Road, Strathfield -- approved 12 May 2009 Demolition of existing structures, removal of trees, and new two (2) storey dwelling, detached double carport and front fence DA2009/049 38 High Street, Strathfield -- approved 11 May 2009 Timber patio with decking and pitched roof DA2009/051 11 Telopea Avenue, Homebush West -- approved 8 May 2009 Alterations to existing dwelling DA2009/064 18 Kessell Avenue, Homebush West -- approved 6 May 2009 Front fence with automated driveway gate DA2009/056 Unit 4/159 Arthur Street, Homebush West -- approved 6 May 2009 Use of existing premises for cable assembly DA2009/015 Unit 3 & 4/145-151 Arthur Street, Homebush -- approved 5 May 2009 Alterations to existing warehouse to create two (2) tenancies DA2009/039 216 Homebush Road, Strathfield -- approved 5 May 2009 Alterations and additions to existing dwelling DA2009/030 9-13 Beresford Road, Strathfield -- approved 5 May 2009 Modify approved strata plan to reallocate storage areas DA2009/043 10-28 Redmyre Road, Strathfield -- approved 4 May 2009 Demolition and construction of new pottery studio DA2009/020 50 Bareena Street, Strathfield -- approved 4 May 2009 Demolition of existing structures and new two (2) storey dwelling with double garage DA2009/078 27 Richmond Road, Homebush West -- approved 1 May 2009 Use of existing premises for warehousing of fresh produce (fruit and vegetables) STRATHFIELD COUNCIL DRAFT CODE OF MEETING PRACTICE Council has reviewed the Code of Meeting Practice, in accordance with the Local Government Act 1993 and Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and placed the amended Code on public exhibition. Council's amended Code of Meeting Practice is on public exhibition until Tuesday 23 July 2009 and may be viewed at Council's Customer Service Centre and Libraries and is available on Council's website at www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au. Written comments on the Code of Meeting Practice are invited and should be addressed to the General Manager, Strathfield Council, PO Box 120, Strathfield NSW 2135 or can be faxed to 9764 1034 or emailed to email@example.com. Council will consider all submissions at a subsequent meeting. For further information on the Code of Meeting Practice please contact Council on 9748 9999. DA No Address/Subject/Approval Date DEVELOPMENTS APPROVED In accordance with Section 101 of the above Act, clause 124 of the Regulations for development consents and clause 137 of the Regulations for complying development certificates the following developments which were approved subject to conditions by Council, are publicly notified. The consents are available for public inspection at Council between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday. Home Living gives you the opportunity to maximise your advertising dollar through placement in a selection of local newspapers that will most effectively reach your market - which means more potential leads and sales opportunites for your business. Extend your reach with cost-effective campaigns, contact your Home Living Advertising Consultant on 9018 3592. Source: Engaging Communities, The Leading Edge (June 2008) Reach renovators and decorators.
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