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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 30th 2009
ED: MB PUB: IWW DATE: 30/7/09 PAGE: 8 COLOUR: C MY K 8 INNER WEST COURIER, Thursday, July 30, 2009 MB NEWS ■ special buys™ ●1 only available from 28 jul – 03 aug ●3 ● 4 hickson 49C mandarins 49c per kg per kg gourmet tomatoes 99c per kg 99C baby chat potatoes 99c per kg 99C 1kg $199 avocadoes $1.99 per kg 1kg Police search for prison escapee 1POLICE are seeking public assistance to About 9pm Robert John Dwight, 33, was locate a prisoner who escaped from a Silverwater Jail last Wednesday. 1kg found to be missing during a head count by prison officers at Silverwater Jail on Holker St, Silverwater. Police at this stage are unaware of how Dwight escaped from the prison. Extensive patrols by police have so far been unsuccessful in locating him. Dwight is described as being of white/ European appearance, about 175cm tall, with a solid build, blue eyes and brown hair. He was last seen dressed in prison greens. Dwight was in custody for break and enter offences. Anyone with information on Dwight’s whereabouts are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Anyone who sees Dwight is urged not to approach him but should call 000. screws fitted to their car number plates free of charge. 2ASHFIELD drivers have further opportunities to have anti-theft Local police and SES staff will be fitting the screws at Bunnings Warehouse on Frederick St, Ashfield, from from 8am to 4pm from August 7 to 9. $999 $999 2pk aldi.com.au The operation is a region-wide initiative Rice Cooker to reduce the number of stolen licence plates, and rising fraud and petrol theft offences. Last week, more than 270 vehicles had the screws fitted at Bunnings Warehouse. on the beat CRIME STOPPERS 1800 333 000 Auburn on Saturday morning. Residents of Elm St after reported hearing 3POLICE are appealing for information after a number of shots were fired in the gunshots about 6.10am. When police arrived, they found a num- ber of spent cartridges in the street but no obvious signs of damage to surrounding property. A small, late-model sedan was seen leaving the area soon after. Anyone who might have seen the car or have information on its whereabouts is urged to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. All information will be treated in strictest confidence. robbery at Clempton Park Newsagency in Earlwood on July 6 to contact them. The incident happened around 6am at 196 William St, Earlwood. Anyone with information should contact Ashfield police on 9797 4099. 4ASHFIELD police are asking anyone who witnessed the attempted armed Teens at risk, survey finds Scott Howlett MORE than a quarter of teenagers aged 14 to 19 years put themselves at risk of alcohol-related harm at least once a month, research shows. Santoku Knives 2pk The figures have alarmed DrinkWise Australia chief executive Chris Watters. smarter shopping er er shopping OPENING HOURS: See your local store or www.aldi.com.au for details. Prices are correct at time of printing and are subject to change. Produce prices valid from 28/07/09 to 03/08/09. All offers while stocks last. In the event of unexpected high demand, ALDI Stores reserves the right to limit purchases to reasonable retail quantities. ALDM3584/W31/9/A In an attempt to curb the chronic misuse, Mr Watters urged communities from the bush to the big smoke to apply for an inaugural Building Safer Drinking Cultures Innovation Grant, valued from $5000 to $25,000. ‘‘Communities need sup- port to address their unique needs and tackle the grow- term at least once a month, Mr Watters said. Community groups have ing problem of alcohol misuse,’’ Mr Watters said. ‘‘Fresh thinking is needed.’’ Excessive alcohol consumption had reached ‘‘epidemic proportions’’ in Australia, Mr Watters said. ‘‘And it is young people who are most at risk,’’ he said. The 2007 National Drug Strategy Household Survey showed that 26.3 per cent of 14-19 year olds put themselves at risk of alcoholrelated harm in the short been asked to deliver tailored initiatives that promote safer drinking cultures. ‘‘That’s why we’ve announced these grants,’’ he said. Grants are open to community groups and not-forprofit organisations including local government, schools, universities, parenting groups, sporting clubs and youth groups. Applications close on Friday, September 11, 2009. Forms, grants guidelines and examples of the types of projects that might be funded are available at www.drinkwise.com.au ●2 ➚ www.innerwestcourier.com.au Where it happened
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