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6 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, September 25, 2008 MB NEWS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Roshani hits the high note for Cindy SHIREEN KHALIL Presenter Andrew G and Roshani Priddis on Sunday night's Australian Idol. AUSTRALIAN Idol contestant Roshani Priddis is safe for another week after making it through Monday night's results show. The top 11 were required to sing a song from the '80s for Sunday night's show and the Ashfield singer chose Tina Turner's hit song, What's love got to do with it. Once again she impressed the judges, including celebrity guest Cindy Lauper. On the night Lauper said: ''You know what? I thought you hit all the right places.'' ''You owned the stage and you look great.'' During rehearsals the contest- ants got one-on-one time with the celebrity and Priddis said Lauper helped her believe in herself. Priddis who was brought up in Tamworth moved to Ashfield two years ago to continue her music career. She said the best thing about performing on stage was connect- ing with people. ''It's the best way to communi- cate and most amazing way, it is a universal language and making people feel something is great,'' she said. The bottom three contestants included Thanh Bui and Sophie Paterson, with Brooke Addamo getting the least amount of votes and leaving the show. Next Sunday the top 10 will be singing an Australian hits song. Be cocky, set upatenton on the island MARIE SANSOM SYDNEY'S first city campsite on the water was officially opened by Federal Environment Minister Peter Garrett in blazing sunshine last Friday. For $45 you can put up your tent on Cockatoo Island, stretch out and enjoy the million-dollar view. The Inner-West Weekly gave it the once over last week and can confirm you definitely won't be slumming it, in fact you'll be ''glamping'' -- luxury camping. It has eight electric barbecues, four sinks, a fridge and covered dining room along with swish new toilets and solar-powered showers. If you're feeling really lazy $75 gets you a tent, two sleep mats, a lantern and two chairs on arrival as well as the site. While on the island you can do guided or audio tours of the island's convict, industrial and reform school past; kayak; play tennis or get a drink at the cafe. There are plans to have bars, restaurants, offices and a B&B there too. The day also gave Cockatoo's oldest ex-resident the chance to revisit his childhood. George Patience, 91, was four when his father Samuel, a hull superintendent, brought his fam- ily to live on the island in 1921. It was a lonely life for a child, although nine other families lived there too. ''What could you do on the island? Fishing, swimming and climbing up cranes, there was nothing else to do,'' Mr Patience said. He went to Drummoyne Public School in the island's own launch every day. ''It was interesting if there was a fog. You could finish up in any part of the harbour!'' Mr Patience left in 1933 but came back and did a fitting and turning apprenticeship. ''It's strange being (back) here. ''It's heartbreaking for me be- cause I'm looking for things that don't exist here anymore.'' For details about camping visit www.cockatooisland.gov.au PUBLIC NOTICE SECTION 96 MODIFICATION DA2007/078/01 SYDNEY MARKETS, 250-318 PARRAMATTA ROAD, HOMEBUSH WEST A Section 96 Modification Application pursuant to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, has been received by Council in relation to a previously approved warehouse building (New Warehouse 1). The modification specifically relates to: 2047917i iww wk13 • Deletion of fire truck vehicle access and installation of replacement landscaping; • New external fire sprinkler and hydrant pump house; • Reconfiguration of parking; • Removal of vehicle access from Smallwood Avenue; • Change of roof finish from colourbond to zincalume; • Internal reconfiguration of building; • Increase in office floor area; • New air-conditioning plant level over switch room. HOW TO VIEW The application and plans can be viewed at Council's Customer Service Centre between 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday (except public holidays) until 9 October 2008. MAKING A SUBMISSION Submission should be made in writing with the grounds of objection clearly stated. Submissions should quote the reference shown at the top of this notification and be addressed to the General Manager, Strathfield Municipal Council, PO Box 120, Strathfield 2135, or email email@example.com before 4.30pm on 9 October 2008. 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