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20,000 LETTER-BOX DELIVERED THURSDAYS FROM HORNSBY TO THE HAWKESBURY RIVER
READ ONLINE TUESDAYS www.thebushtele.com.au
THURSDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2014
Guides and Scouts of Berowra Unite
for CHRISTMAS NIGHT MARKET
Penny Street
had a Dream …
... former Girl Guide, wife to
Gavin and mother of three,
and a Paramedic with NSW
Ambulance Service, Penny’s
passion was to help those less
fortunate in her community
and at the same time unite the
current Guides and Scouts to
join with her in a Christmas
Night Market fundraiser.
Penny said, “The Christmas Night
Market was organised to bring
our two local ‘families’ - Guides
and Scouts - closer together in the
community while raising funds for
equipment and resources for
our youth.”
Penny sought out friends she knew
when they were all ‘young girls
in guiding’ to reunite to achieve
her Dream … for the community.
Together with Karen Finch and
Melissa Knudson … and at The
Bush Tele’s prompting, Penny took
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Christmas Night Markets to be
held FRIDAY 21st NOVEMBER in
the Berowra Community Centre.
Penny said, “Little did we know that
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as friends and in the roles of District
Managers and Leaders, working
together once again.”
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COUNCIL EVENTS + NEWS
50/50 VISION OF PHOTOGRAPHY TALK
Photographer Richard Batterley will look at 20 photographs by some of
the all-time photographic legends, which have inspired Richard in his
own journey through photography. He will also talk about 20 photos he
has taken that have given him particular satisfaction.
Thursday 27 November, 6.30pm. Hornsby Library. Free.
FRIDAY FEATURE
WITH MATT MCCREDIE
Matt McCredie is the author of two non-fiction Australian bestsellers,
Blue Paws and The Real Inspector Rex. Join the Mount Colah resident
and his retired police dog Rex for a talk about life in the police force,
time with the elite dog squad and writing.
Friday 28 November, 10.30am. Hornsby Library. Free.
SUSTAINABLE CHRISTMAS WORKSHOP
Go green this Christmas with a workshop that will teach you how to
make your holiday season cost effective and environmentally friendly.
The event will include tips on sustainable gifts, catering on a budget,
handmade items and more. $5.00 per person.
Steve Russell
Mayor
Hornsby Shire Council
Friday 28 November, 10.30am-12.30pm. Berowra Library.
Saturday 29 November, 10.30am-12.30pm. Pennant Hills Library.
MEET THE AUTHOR:
CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR
Frank Moorhouse will visit Hornsby Library to talk about his latest book,
Australia Under Surveillance, which explores the issue of national
security and privacy concerns in the digital age.
Come along to celebrate Christmas with your local community and
enjoy local entertainment, markets, rides and a visit from Santa Claus.
This not-to-be-missed family event is run in partnership with Community
Church Hornsby.
Saturday 6 December, 5pm-9.30pm. Rofe Park, Galston Road,
Hornsby Heights.
FRANK MOORHOUSE
Thursday 11 December, 6.30pm. Hornsby Library.
Cost $5.00, which includes light refreshments.
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Bookings essential, book online at hornsby.nsw.gov.au/library
or at any Hornsby Shire Library branch.
HAPPY NATIONAL
RECYCLING WEEK!
MAKE A SPLASH
AT OUR POOL PARTY
Recycling works if you sort it right.
Join us for a Pool Party to celebrate the official opening of Hornsby
Aquatic and Leisure Centre. There will be plenty of activities in
Hornsby Park including a giant water slide, face painting,
rides, henna tattoos and reptile shows, which are all
free from 10am to 12pm and cost a small fee
after midday. Don’t forget to bring your
water bottle along as there is no bottled
water for sale at this event.
Remember to keep plastic bags and wrap out
of the yellow lid recycling bin. 80% of
Hornsby Shire residents are recycling right!
This is good progress and there’s still room
for improvement.
NO
PLASTIC
BAGS
Check out hornsby.nsw.gov.au/waste
to see if you’re recycling right.
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As 2014 draws to an end and we get closer to Christmas and
the New Year, I have been reflecting on Hornsby Shire
Council’s performance over the past twelve months. Our role
in local government is to provide a range of services to the
community, and since we are using ratepayer’s money to do
so, I believe it is vital that we are financially responsible with
our budget. One of the achievements I am most proud
of as Mayor is the strong financial position Council
is in – our data indicates that all of our key
financial indicators have substantially improved in
2014. This is an excellent result, and I strive to
continue delivering high-quality services to
Hornsby Shire residents in the most
cost-effective way possible.
The next Council meeting is on
Wednesday 10 December at 6.30pm
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Saturday 22 November, 10am to 7pm.
Hornsby Park. Free, no bookings required
for activities in the park. For more information,
visit hornsby.nsw.gov.au/poolparty
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Dogs on the Run
Story & photo by Cllr Mick Gallagher of Mt Colah
Recently I put a notice in the Mt Colah Neighbourhood Watch
asking residents how they would like their rates
spent in Mt Colah.
Among the replies were a playground on the east side/school side of the
highway, and an unleashed dog area for Mt Colah.
The nearest unleashed dog areas to Mt Colah at present are Berowra
Heights and Asquith.
“I have been to both these areas which can be busy at times,” said Lucy
Barker who has initiated an area for Mt Colah.
“I am a newcomer to Mt Colah and so having an area to meet local dog
owners in a community social setting seemed a good idea,” added Lucy.
I met up with Lucy and some other dog owners at Oxley Reserve in Beryl
Ave on Mon 03 Nov. All were keen for an area to be set aside in Mt Colah.
Whilst there, I also met up with some nearby neighbours who had some
concerns with the usage of the reserve and the need for an upgrade of the
reserve.
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outcome to my A Ward Councillors and Hornsby Council staff on the most
appropriate area for Mt Colah,” said Lucy.
Dave Barker (formerly of Thornleigh) and Lucy (nee Power) of Baulkham
Hills moved to the leafy suburb of Mt Colah 2 years ago. Recently on
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Robert Alexander Barker.
Congratulations to the new parents and a welcome to baby Robert to
Mt Colah!
Photo above: Dogs on the run @ Oxley Reserve Beryl Ave Mt Colah,
Mon 03 Nov 2014. L-R: John Barker & Toy poodle ‘Molly’, Wendy
Barker & Old English Sheep Dog ‘Clifton’, Hazel McKechnie & Australian
Shepherd ‘Archie’, Lucy Barker & Spanish Water Dog ‘Lily’, Jo Tucker (VP
Hornsby Dog Tng Club) & German Shepherd ‘Turbo’, and Peter Cooch &
Border Collie Cross ‘Tod’.
Come in and enjoy our recent instore improvements
HORNSBY
POLICE NEWS
FRONT COVER STORY
Continued ...
Crime Prevention Officer,
Snr Con Paul Cleary says:
Hornsby Police has recently taken
reports of stealing from vehicle
incidents.
Lock it or Lose it! Of concern
is a large number of these reports
involved cars that did NOT have
the doors locked. On several
occasions cars in the Berowra
area were left overnight unlocked
with one car having a handbag left
on the passenger seat. To a thief
this is way too tempting and gives
the area a name (easy target for
future thefts and possible house
breaks). So please don’t leave
spare change, property or anything
of value in sight inside your car and
remember to lock the doors.
Be Alert to Break-ins: Just
to alert everyone there has been
attempted house break-ins in
Rosamond & Silvia Streets Hornsby
last week, so they seem to be
active in the Mt Wilga Hospital area
and in the early hours too. Take
extra precautions if you can and
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on.
Door Knockers: If you are
approached by someone asking for
donations please do a little research
and don’t always rely on what you
are told by them. Scammers and
con-artists are very well versed in
what to say.
Any information please call
Hornsby police 9476 9799 or
Crime Stoppers
1800 333 000.
Please also note, a lot of
organisations and charities rely on
donations and I encourage anyone
looking to donate, to do so through
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websites;
that way
your
money is
getting to
where you
want it to
go & to
the people
who need
it.
“At the same time we will also
be collecting items for the “The
Dish” which is the Hornsby Shire
food service for people in our area
experiencing homelessness,” said
Penny.
Donations of long life foods and
personal items like toiletries will
be accepted on the night of the
Christmas Markets.
The Christmas Night Market
will be held on Friday 21st
November from 5 till 9pm at
Berowra Community Centre,
The Gully Road, Berowra.
There will be a host of exciting
markets stalls, food vendors,
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community stalls and heaps more!
Just the place to do some serious
Christmas shopping!
We hope to see you all for a
wonderful night.
Stall Holders or any
enquiries:
Penny: 0402 317 046.
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Guiding Lights in our Community:
Karen Finch, Penny Street and
Melissa Knudson.
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The University of Western Sydney
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“Female turtles are up against it
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BUSH TELE LETTERS
Dear Bush Tele,
Alex Kozlovski (TBTW Letters
23/10/14) is correct in noting that
the new footpath on Berowra
Waters Road – which has been built
around existing power poles – may
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a solution for the local community
since Hornsby Council applied
for these poles to be relocated in
February 2014 (not in 2013, as has
been indicated.)
Council engaged its own consultant
to prepare a design for the
relocation of the poles, and this
proposal was lodged with Ausgrid
in May 2014. We asked for design
changes to ensure the plans
complied with network and safety
standards, and the revised design
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Ausgrid in September.
Council has advised that it is
currently selecting a contractor to
carry out the pole relocations. The
timeframe for these works now
rests largely with Council and its
contractor.
Ausgrid will continue to assist
Council as it works to complete its
project, while ensuring any impact
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Hornsby Pool and celebrations at
Hornsby Park in November.
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bikes instead of driving cars and
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instead of buying and discarding
plastic ones.
Good move as we need to be
more environmental and socially
conscious.
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a couple of water bubblers from
many years ago but I can’t see any
shared cycle ways leading to the
pool or around the CBD despite
millions of residents dollars being
spent on roads and footpaths in
Hornsby CBD over the last few
years.
Cycle ways could have been
provided for little cost with a little
forward planning when they were
doing the roads and footpaths.
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11.30am.Speaker - Jo Harris “Early
Kuringai” Asquith Golf Club, Lord
Proudly sponsored by
St. Mount Colah. New members
and visitors most welcome. Enq
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Hornsby Walk’n’Talk 10am,
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Sunrise Bushwalks. 7.30am to
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Berowra Toastmasters 7.30pm,
or www.MyBushWalks.org
Berowra Over 55 Club - Berowra
Berowra Community Centre. public
Monday, 17 November
Community Centre - 9am t0
speaking and leadership skills.
Monday Cards (500), Scrabble
12:30pm. Play carpet bowls, Bus
Enq. Ray 9456 3828
& Jigsaw 10.30am-1pm - Berowra
Outings. Enq. A Foody 9457 0627
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& Transport. Pls call Marie on 9456 Club meet at the Pennant Hills
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3344
Warne St., Pennant Hills 10am.
Thursday Club For Seniors All
Club Turramurra - social club for
Visitors and new members
welcome 10am-12md - Hornsby
single men & women, 50 + offers
are always welcome. Enq Bev
Uniting Church. Enq. Graham
diverse programme of activities,
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Soroptimist International of
Westleigh VIEW Club meets
North Turramurra at 8pm. Enq.
10.30am at Pennant Hills Bowling
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Pennant Hills Bowling Club,
Club. Guest speaker is Linda
Hornsby Walk’n’Talk 10am,
52 Yarrara Road, Pennant
Brown who will give a talk on ‘The
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Hills 6.30pm. Cervical Cancer
Unknown Soldier.’Enq.Trish 9484
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Awareness Month - Guest Speaker
2182.
Dance Workshop for all ages.
will be Cassandra Deon from the
Friday, 14 November
Australian Dances. We teach you
Cervical Cancer Foundation. Enq
Friday Bingo 10am at Berowra
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Debby 9457 8129 or Teela 9456
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St Pauls Anglican Church, Pearces
Mt. Colah Group of the
Corner, Wahroonga
welcome to join ToughLove parent
Embroiderers’ Guild of NSW Inc.
ABC English Conversation
support group, 7.30-9.30pm, in
meets at the Asquith Leisure &
the Thornleigh Community Baptist
Group Hornsby 1 - 2.30pm
Learning Centre, Lords Ave, 10am
at The Performing Arts Centre,
Church hall on The Esplanade.
to 2pm. Enq. Helen 9987 4438
Edgeworth David Ave, Hornsby/
Cost:$6 for one parent, $10 for
Hornsby-Berowra Men’s Shed – 7
Waitara (old Hornsby [Lawn]
both. Details: 0434 504 369
Alicia Rd Mt Kuring-gai 8am- 1pm.
Bowling Club premises). Gold coin
Thornleigh Toastmasters club Enq Paul Woodage 9456 2793
Learn public speaking/Leadership
donation welcome towards costs.
Not suitable for absolute beginners. skills, meets 7PM at Pennant Hills
This is a community service by the
Bowling Club. All welcome. Enq.
Breakthrough Church Hornsby.
Nicki 0411 887 166
U3A “Great Conductors” with
All welcome. Contact: Pia Horan
Rosemary McCulloch. Balcony
0422695458
The PROBUS Club of Asquith
Room, Berowra Community Centre
10:30am to 12:30pm. “Sir Charles
and District, meets at Asquith
Mackerras”.
Golf Club 10.30am to 12.30pm, for
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Australian Plants SocietyLearning Centre 7:30 PM to 9 PM
North Shore Group meeting
-Ph: 9476 3323 or 0458 498 550
at 7-45 pm in the Willow Park
Tuesday, 18 November
Community Hall, 25 Edgeworth
Hornsby Toastmasters - Learn
David Avenue, Hornsby. Speaker
public speaking/Leadership skills,
Margarita Clayton on Lomandras
7.30pm, Beatrice Taylor Hall, near
and Xanthorrhoeas (Grass trees).
Willow Park, Hornsby. All welcome.
Native plants for sale. Visitors
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OFFERING ETHICAL ALTERNATIVES!
‘‘Should we tell on people who
do the wrong thing?’’ ‘‘What are
secrets, and when is it OK to tell
them?’’ and ‘‘Do rules apply to
everyone?’’ These are some of
the questions being answered at
Wideview Public School in ethics
classes. Classes at the school have
been running successfully every
Wednesday since the beginning
of the school year in 2014. Since
2011, children who don’t attend
Special Religious Education (SRE/
scripture) classes have had an
option to go to philosophical ethics
classes run by the charity, Primary
Ethics. Ethics classes were
approved by the NSW parliament in
December 2010.
The Primary Ethics program at
Wideview moved from just a
possibility to reality when two
parents with children at the school
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teachers. All ethics teachers are
supported by an ethics co-ordinator
and, in Wideview’s case, this is
local resident, Judith Ellis. The
program at Wideview has gone
from strength to strength in its short
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volunteer teachers from the wider
community so that classes can be
offered as an option for all students
from Kindy through to Year 6.
Isaac Truskett-Jones, a Year
3 student, is enthusiastic about
participating in ethics. “Ethics is
fun”, he said. “We learn about doing
the right thing. We make new
friends”. His older brother, Jake,
who is in Year 6 equally enjoys the
experience, saying “It’s really social.
We all get a say. The scenarios to
talk about are challenging and fun”.
Their mother, Karen, feels it is a
fantastic opportunity for the boys
to develop an insight into today’s
ethical dilemmas. “They develop
skills of empathy and understanding
of how other people feel,” she said.
The principal of Wideview, Kim
McTernan, said that he was
extremely happy with the level
of support for the current ethics
classes and wanted to ensure all
students wishing to participate were
accommodated with an increase in
the number of volunteer teachers.
He said that he liked the idea that
the children are taught to look at
ethical issues from all sides and
are then encouraged to make
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up their own minds on the issue,
based on logic and sound reasons.
“The main focus of the school is
teaching students to be life-long
learners and the processes utilised
in the ethics classes lends itself to
this philosophy and help equip the
children with the ability to make
informed and sensible decisions,”
he added.
Mr. McTernan said that the addition
of a Kindergarten curriculum
for ethics has paved the way
for students enrolling in 2015 to
participate in ethics classes from
Kindergarten to Year 6.
Judith Ellis said that ethics is not
about telling children what to think,
but teaching them how to think. The
curriculum engages the students in
discussion and encourages them to
build their own opinions about topics
such as boasting, fairness, and
sharing, while listening to the opinions
of other students. She added that all
volunteer teachers received training
and follow a curriculum designed
for people with no experience with
teaching or discussing philosophy
with primary school-aged students.
Volunteer ethics teachers must be
able to commit to 30-40 minutes
of class time each Wednesday,
as well as a similar amount of
preparation time at home.
Anyone interested in volunteering
to be an ethics teacher should
visit the Primary Ethics website at
http://www.primaryethics.com.au
or contact Wideview Public School
Primary Ethics Coordinator, Judith
Ellis, [email protected] Tel:
9456 3991.
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Josephine Comb (pictured at work
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professionally for the past 4 years.
Some of you Berowra Locals
may remember Jo from Berowra
Physiotherapy where she was a
massage therapist for 3 years. She
moved up the Central Coast to raise
a family and retire from massage
therapy.
“I started to draw in my spare time,
a couple of portraits here and there
for friends and family but nothing
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CLUB NEWS
Senior Futsal is about start.
We are running competitions for
seniors on a Monday and Thursday
Night starting at 7:30pm; all levels
and abilities welcome.
Futsal is a variant of Football and is
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9
HEALTH AND BEAUTY
PRICELESS
PEARLS
By Ralph Estherby
He could remember
his name, his age, the day of the
week, and what he had been doing
a few minutes before but he could
not remember the accident or what
happened immediately after…
I was visiting this young man in hospital
who had suffered a pretty severe knock
to the head after a fall of about five
metres – at first there were concerns
that he had spinal injuries but thankfully
things were not as bad as they first
seemed and he would be OK in time –
just a bit fuzzy in the memory stakes for
a couple of weeks.
It reminded me of a time when I
couldn’t remember – I was the one
who had fallen of my bike and knocked
myself out – I recall that for weeks
afterwards I struggled to remember
some words and my reactions were
slowed and I just felt like I was walking
through a fog.
This week we have celebrated
Remembrance Day – the
commemoration of the moment that
the guns fell silent at the end of the First
World War. All over the country and
around the world we slowed down for
a few moments and remembered what
had been sacrificed and achieved for
us by those who have gone before.
The only thing that ensures that this
memorial occurs and is taken seriously
is our willingness and determination to
remember.
When I left the hospital I went back to
my car – or I attempted to go back to
my car – the problem was that I was
in a Hospital that I had never visited
before and although I knew that I had
parked on level 5 I had no idea how
to get back through the ‘rabbit warren’
of corridors to where I was parked.
Eventually after two failed attempts
I circled around the building and
climbed the staircase to find my car.
So many things surround us that we
should remember: our PIN numbers;
our passwords; where we parked our
cars… but various ‘knocks to the head’
hinder us: our busyness; the complexity
of life and; how long ago did we review
the item that is important…
It would be a terrible thing if no-one
remembered next Remembrance Day,
it seems inconceivable but we don’t
always recall the good others have
done for us.
“Bless the LORD, and do not forget not
all His benefits: … He satisfies your
mouth with good things, and makes
you new” Psalms 103:2–5
Let’s make sure that we never
forget all He has done!
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New Survey Says
HOW SAFE IS
YOUR CHILD’S
VEHICLE
RESTRAINT?
Make sure your child travels safely
in the car by attending Hornsby
Shire Council’s Child Restraint
Safety Checking Day on Monday
24 November.
To be held at the Thornleigh Brickpit
Sports Stadium, parents and carers
can have their child restraints,
harnesses and booster seats checked
for safety and correct fit by an
authorised restraint fitter.
Attendance at this free event is by
appointment only by booking with
Council’s Road Safety Officer on
9847 6856 or 9847 6616.
Australian women experiencing higher
levels of stress and lower levels of
wellbeing than men.
A new survey shows Australian men are
doing better than women when it comes
to stress and wellbeing with men reporting
higher levels of wellbeing and lower levels
of stress than their female counterparts.
Released for National Psychology Week
(9-15 November) the Stress and Wellbeing
in Australia survey 2014, conducted by the
Australian Psychological Society (APS), found
that, for the first time, men have significantly
higher levels of wellbeing than women.
The annual survey provides a yearly snapshot
of the overall wellbeing of Australians,
suggesting 2014 was a tougher year for women, with the fairer sex reporting
significantly higher levels of stress.
Family and personal finance issues were identified as the leading sources of
stress for both sexes, but these factors are having a greater effect on women.
More than half (53%) of Australian women cite personal financial issues as a
major source of stress, compared to just 44 per cent of men.
Professor Lyn Littlefield, Executive Director of the APS, said identifying sources
of stress is the first step to effectively managing stress.
“Stress can have an extremely detrimental effect on a person’s mental and
physical health. It’s important to first identify the cause of stress to work towards
avoiding the source, or adopting stress management behaviours,” Professor
Littlefield said.
More than 70 per cent (72%) of Australians reported their current stress
levels had an impact on their physical health. Worryingly, more than
60 per cent (64%) reported current stress levels had an impact on their
mental health.
Women also reported a greater impact of stress on their health.
Identifying warning signs and triggers,
establishing workable routines, keeping
healthy, changing negative ‘self-talk’, practising
relaxation and getting appropriate support are
suggested by the APS as effective measures to
manage stress.
“Talking about mental health is difficult for a lot of
Australians. National Psychology Week provides an
opportunity to start a conversation, or encourage
Australians who might be struggling to ask for help,”
Professor Littlefield said.
The APS provides a free referral service for
the general public, GPs and other health
professionals who are seeking the advice and
assistance of a psychologist at
www.findapsychologist.org.au.
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In Memory of
Gordon Knight
9 June 1940 - 4 September 2014
The family of Gordon Knight would
like to thank the many people who
attended his funeral and expressed
their condolences when he passed
away in September. He made many
friends in his 45 years in Berowra and
loved living here.
Gordon enjoyed finding out about
the local news via The Bush Telegraph
Weekly and many may recognise
his name as a regular contributor
to “Letters to the Editor”. His wry
sense of humour and mock outrage
translated well onto the page on many
occasions.
Those who knew him will remember
him (in his words, but correctly) as a
gentleman and a scholar. He will be
greatly missed.
Thank you
The Knight Family
ORANGUTAN … seen on Dangar Island
Islanders and visitors gathered on
Saturday 1st November at a Dangar
Island cocktail party fundraiser for The
Orangutan Project (TOP).
The event was hosted by Peter Wolfe
and Lynda Dryden at the Bali House
on Bradleys Beach on Dangar Island.
Over 60 guests heard from Gail
Browning, NSW Volunteer CoOrdinator about the role that TOP
plays in protecting the rain forest to
provide habitat for orangutans and
other threatened species, and in
rehabilitating orangutans displaced
through the spread of palm oil
plantations.
Gail informed guests about the
importance of avoiding products
containing palm oil.
“The expansion of palm oil
plantations is the main cause of
deforestation in Borneo and Sumatra,
and often leads to adult orangutans
being killed and their babies
orphaned,” said Gail.
Long Live …
The King of Coffee!
Triple H 100.1 FM Listeners crowned Black Mocha Cafe in Turramurra
as King of Coffee for the Hornsby/Ku-Ring-Gai area, announced at a
function on Monday 3rd November.
TOP funds orphanages and protects
areas of remaining rainforest. A
‘guest orangutan’ came along to
reinforce the message and was
pleased to find that all the canapés
and cocktails prepared by Lynda and
her team were palm oil free.
Peter and Lynda encourage Islanders
to safeguard an area of rainforest the
size of Dangar Island for $35 a year.
Many have taken up the challenge
already and donations are still
coming in. Supporters have passed
the $4000 mark already.
Locals Urged to Take up the
Challenge
“Other communities in Hornsby
Shire take up the challenge for their
local area and would be pleased to
advise them on setting up events,”
said Peter.
There is a chance to meet up
with Leif Cocks, President of The
Orangutan Project Australia when he
Station Manager Philippa Bird
said, “Triple H 100.1 FM listeners
from the area were invited to
nominate their favourite coffee
shop to enter the King of Coffee
competition.”
“We had more than 50 nominations,
and 30 coffee shops entered. By
the closing date, we’d received over
2000 votes and the winner, by a
margin of 100 votes, was The Black
Mocha Cafe on Pacific Highway in
Turramurra, said Philippa.
The award function was a great
success, with “The Hubbub” being
broadcast live from the Black Mocha,
to the delight of guests, who feasted
on delicious canapes and sweet treats
freshly made by Claudette Osterberg.
Co-owner, John Osterberg was on
hand to supervise the preparation of
his signature winning coffees.
Philippa said, “Thanks to the
popularity with listeners and coffee
shop owners alike, we will be running
a similar competition annually.”
Photo: Triple H 100.1 FM Station
Manager Philippa Bird with winners of
the King of Coffee competition Black
Mocha Café at Turramurra.
visits Sydney. He is speaking at The
Paragon, Circular Quay at 11.30 on
Tuesday December 2nd.
More details on the visit or
the work done by TOP go to
orangutan.org.au or call Peter
or Lynda 0420303414.
Photographs by Bill Robinson,
Dangar Island.
DOGGIE RESCUE
pet of the week
Meet … Richie
Richie was born 30th April 2014.
A Pointer cross Great Dane, Richie has
a gentle calm nature but also a lot of
playfulness and fun.
Monika Biernacki, founder of Doggie
Rescue said, “Richie has been attending
puppy classes and been exposed to
many different suburban and beach
environments. He has been socialised
with large and small dogs and even
cats. He walks on loose lead and is well
mannered in the car.”
Richie’s mother came from a rural pound
… pregnant.
Richie comes desexed,
C5 vaccinated, heartworm
free and microchipped.
His adoption cost is $350.
For further details call
DoggieRescue on
9486 3133. See
www.DoggieRescue.com
to meet more than 200
homeless dogs.
Doggie Rescue ads is one of the many good causes
sponsored by The Bush Tele Weekly.
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Tel: 9456 2233
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Est. since 1972
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J. Rosser
LicNo.17899C
9457 8742 Mob 0418 204 197
Lic: 215276c
mobile. 0404 047 456
[email protected]
HOOVER
SERVICE * SPARES * REPAIRS
WASHERS - DRYERS
VACUUM - D/WASHERS
HORNSBY
9476 5094 ~ 9476 6848
MOST BRANDS
SPECIALIST
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0416 018 421
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Plumber Drainer Gasfitter
Blocked drain specialist
Hot Water
The local plumber you can rely on.
Backflow, TMV
$0 Call out. Pensioner discount
STUART: 0420 666 781
www.licensedplumbing.com.au
Lic. 191933c
SIMON CADDY
ELECTRICAL Pty Ltd
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
TV Antenna, phone and data, ovens
& hotplates, rewires, lighting, data cabling
and communications, main and
switchboard upgrades,
PROFESSIONAL RELIABLE AND
COST EFFECTIVE SERVICE.
24 hour 7 day emergency service.
Ph: 0400110081
Call Simon: 0412 41 45 41
Lic #230704c
Scott & Sons Plumbers
Plumbing, Drainage & Gasfitting
Blocked Drains
Hot Water Heaters
CCTV - Water Jetter
Domestic, Commerical Industrial
24 hrs - 7 days 9482 9199
Lic. No:
141840c
email: [email protected]
POOLS
Chris Evans Carpentry
Friendly Reliable Service - Free Quotes
- Fully Licenced and Insured - All work guaranteed
Residential home repairs and
additions, carports, decks/pergolas
eave and facia work and more.
Please contact me to discuss your needs.
Lic. 167463C
Solar Panels
Power Points, Lighting,
Phone, Data, TV Cabling
Ceiling Fans, Smoke Detectors,
House Rewire, Switchboards
CARPENTRY
No job too small -
24 HR Emergency Service
Blocked Drains Cleared, CCTV Inspections,
Burst Pipes, Hot Water, Gasfitting,
Renovations & New Installations
LICENSED PLUMBING
BUILDING
CUSTOM
DESIGN BUILDING
HIA AWARD WINNER
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The extension and renovation
experts. For a complimentary
initial discussion call
9477 3535 - 126 George St Hornsby
www.lincsbbqandheating.com.au
Holland Blinds
Vertical Drapes
Roman Blinds
Insect Screens
9456-1243
PLUMBERS
CONSTRUCTION
Chris O’Neill 0411 88 88 22
or 9457 8783.
Security Grills
Cedar Venetians
Venetian Blinds
Security Doors
Fabric/Aluminium Awnings
PTY LTD
6-8 Berowra Waters Rd Berowra
2
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HANDYMAN
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Courtesy cars, pick up and
drop off service
Lic. 139559C
8 Wattle Street, Asquith
(opposite Coles)
Lic:244469C
Fully qualified and insured
PARAMOUNT
ELECTRICAL & ANTENNAS
All Electrical work, Phone & data,
TV & Satellite, fully insured.
0435 713 790
[email protected]
www.darrenthesparky.com.au
ABN: 45 286 102 520 | Lic #: 254024C
GARDENING
Locally owned & operated
Lawn mowing, edging
Lawn care and weeding
Garden clear outs
Hedging, pruning & trimming
Residential, strata & commercial
Call 0438 579 668 Fully insured
www.gardeningandmowing.com.au
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Regular Pool Cleaning Service
Liquid Chlorine Delivery Service
Free Home Deliveries
Maintenance And Installations
Filters, Pumps, Heaters, Salt Chlorinators
Liquid Chlorinators (Ask For Pink Addative)
Pump And Motor Repairs
All Repairs To Liquid And Salt Chlorinators
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Roof Repairs
Re-Ridging
Replace Valley Irons
Repairs to Metal Roofing
Fully Insured
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WHIP … BLOW … MOW …
and AWAY I GO!
JOSH BROUGHTON of Asquith knows that his customers want a lawn and
garden service that’s fast, efficient and on time every time. Fully insured,
Josh’s lawn and garden service includes gutter cleaning, tree lopping and
hedge trimming.
He even has a ride-on mower for those bigger jobs.
“I like to keep the locals happy with my reliable service and reasonable
prices,” said Josh (pictured).
Whip Blow Mow and Away I Go services domestic and commercial
clients. For a free quote, phone Josh 0431 904 765.
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75 Years … the aftermath
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The staff and students would like to extend a huge thank you to our Cowan
and wider communities for their outstanding support of our 75th anniversary
celebrations, to make it such a successful day.
This unique day was a memorable experience with thanks to our local RFS
who incorporated their open day with our celebrations.
Cowan produced a sensational photographic history book of Cowan PS;
these, along with pens and T-Shirts are still on sale.
To reserve yours, please call the school on 9456 1065 or
email [email protected]
Photo: Cowan PS Dance Group in action at the 75th Anniversary Celebrations
ASQUITH VIEW CLUB
Will be meeting for their monthly Luncheon on Wednesday,
19th November 11.00 for 11.30am.
The speaker will be Jo Harris
“Early Kuringai”
Asquith Golf Club, Lord St. Mt Colah. New members and visitors
most welcome.
For further details please phone Helen on 9457 6118.
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Berowra PC Services
Giving You An Extra Hand
Is my wireless
network secure?
What’s Wrong
With My PC?
My Network
Is Not Working
I Think I Have
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Call Lloyd
9456 0292 or 0411 541 007
www.berowrapc.com
ASQUITH QUALITY BEDS -ALL
SIZES Queen Matts from $270,
Ensembles $390, Double matts from
$250, Ensembles for $370, Single &
King Singles call for price 9940 3961
ROOM/OFFICE PARTITIONS (12)
150 x 94 x 5cm. $10 each, $100 the
lot. Mick mob: 0418 112 675
ST LEOS GIRLS SCHOOL
UNIFORMS various size 12, good
cond, dresses winter & summer,
blouses,sports uni, jumpers, blazers
$neg 0405 071 221
GARAGE SALES
GARAGE SALE 15TH NOVEMBER
171 Galston Rd Hornsby Heights. Toys,
baby items, kids bikes, homewares and
more. 8am start
BUILDING DESIGN &
PLANS
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN. P.Adams
B.Arch, B.Des, MBA. Tel 9456 5989
designempathy.com.au
BUILDING PLANS additions,
commercial, homes, BDA accredited.
9456 3848 [email protected]
com.au
PLANS for Alterations & Additions,
new homes, etc. Phone Warren Jenkins
(retired architect) on 9456 4032.
WANTED TO BUY
RECORDS, BOOKS, HI-FI,
Furniture, China, general household
items 9875 1767
WANTED KNOWN
BUSHBAND for all occasions,
weddings, birthdays, social parties.
Call Mick 0418 112 675
SEWING MACHINES Repairs to
all brands of sewing machines &
overlockers. Work done in your home
for your convenience. 0412 584 145
COMPUTER SERVICES
A1 Support from Excalibur IT
ALL Hardware, Software, Internet &
Network issues Fixed. Call Tim: (02)
9456 7932 or 0420 524 885
ALL COMPUTER ISSUES Internet,
Hardware,Software, Networking. In
home service. John 9456 1964 or
0414 400 401
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HORNSBY IT – In home and office
PC repairs. All hardware & software
problems. Internet access, wired &
wireless networking. Web and email
hosting, www.hornsbyit.com.au. Ph
9457 8100
MOVIE-FILM-VIDEOTAPE TO
DVD/DIGITAL CONVERSION Ph
9456 2851 or 0412 472 901 www.
filmscan.com.au
REPAIRS AT HOME OR IN-SHOP
TV, Electricals, PCs, Laptops, Macs.
Software, Hardware, Networking,
Viruses, VHS conversion, security
installations, photocopying, scanning,
laminating all with expert advise. Plus
1000s of items for sale including PCS,
Laptops, cabling, gadgets, gaming,
Ink, monitors, new and used items. 25
years in the business + International
Online seller. 9446-0744, EM:[email protected]
netcad.com.au, Wattle St, Asquith
(Opp Coles)
WORK WANTED
ALL FLOOR & WALL TILING Indoor
& outdoor, waterproofing & repairs.
20yrs Experience. Free Quotes. Lic:
70973C. Call Craig 0450 007 885
ALL GARDEN & LAWN CARE
Hedges, garden makeover,
mowing, gutter cleaning, pressure
washing, maintenance, decking oiled.
Neat. Insured. Local. Amazing work
rate. Many years exp. Competitive
Price. Free quote. PHONE
0410 535 536
ALL LANDSCAPING Steelscapes
Landscaping - Landscape Consultation,
garden renovations, sandstone work,
paving, retaining walls, decking,
maintenance, hedging Tim Steel 0410
895 065 [email protected]
www.steelscapeslandscaping.com
ALL LAWNS & GARDEN SERVICE
Ride on Mowing, Edging, Hedging,
Rubbish Removal, Chainsaw & Trees,
Gutter Clean Pressure Washing,
Landscaping. Professional
0477 207 649.
BRT SERVICES - HANDYMAN Ex
Handyman Trainer. Work Guaranteed.
One stop shop for all work needs. No
job too small. Lic:249022c. Michael
0451 164 106
CARPENTER -Landscape, Decks,
pergolas, gates,repairs.Small jobs ok.
Lic. R95282. Ph Frank 9456 3028.
CARPENTRY & HOME REPAIRS Free
Quotes. Ph Mark 0408 200 816. Lic
#123316c.
CLOCKS & INSTRUMENTS Prof.
repairs, home visits, instrument maker.
Ph 9476 5778 / 0409 131 808.
THE BUSH TELEGRAPH WEEKLY
FLOOR SANDING & POLISHING
Free quotes, 20yrs experience. All areas
Michael Boyle 9456 1735 or 0419
574 263
GARDEN & LAWN MAINTENANCE
Mowing, edging, weeding, hedging,
pruning, rubbish removal. Fully insured,
reasonable rates, Hammou 0421 166
762
GARDENING Beautify your garden by
certified horticulturist for $36/hr. Call
Norman Ph 0412 196 268
LOCKS fitted, repaired, rekeyed. Secy
Lic. 408561901. Nigel 0411 303785
MIKE LEUENBERGER PEST
CONTROL Prompt & reliable service for
all aspects of pest control. For obligation
free quote please phone 0407 279
736 P/C Reg No 1167, over 30 yrs
experience.
NAT ‘S GARDENING AID Spring
Special Mowing, Edging, Blowing,
Weeding & More. FIRST CUT FREE
Maximum of 1 hour work 0407 670 889
PIANO TUNER - Technician
professionally trained. All work
guaranteed. Ray Clothier 9456 4632
or 0412 354 632
ROOF REPAIRS - 35 years experience
0428 563 282
UPHOLSTERY Over 30 yrs exp. Ph
Bryan 9476 6835 / 0414 913 883
CLEANING
BEROWRA & HORNSBY CLEANING
Berowra to Hornsby. Ph Jan 9456 3834.
BY GEORGE WINDOW CLEANING
Reasonable rates, free quotes. Call
George 0410 332 354
LOCAL MAN-WINDOW
CLEANING Free quotes. Water blasting
available. Now taking Christmas
bookings. Ph Simon 0414 225 057
SQUEEGEE PETE WINDOW
CLEANING Call Peter for a quote.
Professional results at affordable prices
0416 179 213 or 9987 2659
CEMENT RENDERING/
GYPROCK SERVICES
CEMENT RENDERING SERVICES
Professional advice, quality work,
any size house or project, all finishes
& repair work. Since 1980 – call
PLASTERFORCE 0418 286 567 or
9456 7800.
PLASTERER/GYPROCK No Job Too
Small. Ph Ray 0412 285 601
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
AT HOME WE EARN $2000 per
week.Info pack www.wk-smart.com Ph
Jenni 0414 777 072
DRIVING INSTRUCTION
ALL DAY DRIVING SCHOOL For
local professional tuition in man & auto.
Lic 012893. Phone Richard 0425 317
684.
MARQUES DRIVING SCHOOL
Servicing Berowra since 1984. Debbie
the Local Professional. Booking office Ph
9477 5802, Lic. 006488.
SUZANNE 0425 277 689 for
professional driving tuition Lic 10394
PAINTER
SAM SUNG PAINTING &
DECORATING New & repaint, int/ext,
free quotes, all work guaranteed Lic
223324c call now 0403 102 933
POSITIONS VACANT
JUNIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT HORNSBY A Chartered Accountancy
practice requires a junior who is bright
and eager to learn and wants to be
involved in secretarial, reception and
diverse accountancy duties. Training
will be provided which could lead to
an excellent career. Computer literacy,
knowledge of Microsoft Office, good
presentation & communication skills,
numeracy and an eye for detail are
essential. Support for evening TAFE
classes can be provided. Email resume
to [email protected] or fax
to 9482 1684
POSITION VACANT
Warehouse/Workshop
Position
A Mt Kuring-gai based company
requires an organised person
with some computer hardware
knowledge.
Duties will include PC hardware
assembly to build sheet
specifications, installing operating
systems and testing PCs,
receiving and dispatching goods,
stock management, maintaining
associated paperwork and
general duties as required.
On-the-Job training will be provided.
Contact Kristy on 0405 384 010
or [email protected]
EDUCATION
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE of
Achievement. MATHEMATICS
7-12, Ph 9456 3459.
MATHEMATICS Home tuition from a
qualified teacher & experienced tutor.
Ph 0418 448 759 or [email protected]
yahoo.com.au
SKILLS AND ATTITUDES FOR
HIGH SCHOOL SUCCESS Ph Jo:
0403 339 708 www.educ8.com.au
WRITING AND STUDY SKILLS for
high school students. Help for your
child in all writing subjects. Experienced
and qualified teacher 9476 1608
MUSIC TUITION
DRUM LESSONS BEROWRA For
beginners to adv. Exp teacher.
Call Mal 0418 419 396
PIANO & THEORY HORNSBY Exp. &
qualified teacher. All levels, all syllabuses
Ph 9477 1379.
SINGING LESSONS New Diamond
Music, Boasting Best Industry Results! POP,
R&B , Funk, Soul, Gospel Ph: 9482 1535
WEDDINGS
WEDDING DUO and band available to
suit your budget. Call Mick 0418 112 675
HEALTH, FITNESS &
BEAUTY
BLUE MOON REMEDIAL
MASSAGE for tense, stressed muscles,
10-7.30, Mon-Sat. H/F 41 Edgeworth
David Ave, Hornsby. Ph 9482 9962
BOWEN, THE ORIGINAL, back,
frozen shoulder, knee, ankle, sciatica.
Fund Rebate. ATMS
Ph Lindy 9456 0488.
HEALTH NATURALLY Dietary &
lifestyle advice & support for many
conditions. Robyn 0418 890 045
HERBALIFE Products Ph 0425 252
364 / www.healthebiz.com.au
REBECCA CHRISTENSEN
CHIROPRACTIC Gentle & caring
treatment in our Berowra based clinic,
Mon-Sat. Freecall 1300 790 889
TAEKWONDO Self Defence &
Boxing. Mick & Janelle Marr 9456
3934
need a
brochure
Delivered?
PETS
AAA DOG SERV. BEHAVIOUR/
TRAINING Private lessons. Qualified
20 Yrs Exp. 0423 533 986
ANIMAL WALKING & MINDING
Tailored care. Jess 0433 957 248.
animalminding.net
ARATAH DOG TRAINING Puppy
& adult dog classes. Obedience
& agility for beginners. Behaviour
management.9456 4157 or 0421
028 219
BEAUTIFUL CREATURES et Minding
Services. Colleen 0423 135 070.
DESIGNER DOGS GROOMING
Serving Hornsby area since 1995.Unit
5/113 Hunter St Hornsby (prev located
Edgeworth David Ave)Ph 9482 5119
Coast n Canines
Mobile Dog Grooming Salon
* Heated Hydro-Bath
* Shampoo Wash
* Full cut & groom
9476 6468
VOLVO GL 240 AUTOMATIC
Oportunity - A stylish, classic & timeless
quality car & model-excellent cond-all
round-mechanicaly A1- original-beautiful
car-cental locking-fuel injectioneconomical Ph:0434 197 503
FOR HIRE
HOLDEN RODEO R998A
SPACECAB Good condition, a few
scratches and minor dents. Regularly
serviced, 230000km. New radio and
windscreen,6 months rego.$5k ONO.
Call 0408 626 751 after 6pm Mon-Fri
or weekends. Waitara.
fridge, reverse light, double bed inner
spring mattress, TV satellite dish, 4 burner
stove, & many accessories. $24,000. ph
9477 2824.
ULTIMATE ODESSEY 4WD TRAILER
2007 Priced at $35,000 to the Ultimate
Odessey 4WD trailer Odessey Ultimate
4WD Off Road Camper Trailer. Great set
up comes complete with new tarps and
more.To enquire please ring 0438 562 966
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POPCORN & SNO CONES Parties,
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now 0406 012 344 www.airyfairys.
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SHOP/OFFICE TO LET BEROWRA
HEIGHTS 97m2, fully carpeted
$275/w 0400 470 884
CALL
9456 2880!
As part of a national coverage upgrade project Optus plans to upgrade
existing telecommunications facilities at the following locations:
•Site ref: S0125 - Old Pacific Highway COWAN NSW 2081
•Site ref: S5962 - Water Reservoir, 1323A Pacific Highway
BROOKLYN NSW 2083
1.
The proposed upgrades will involve the following:
• The replacement of existing panel antennas with new panel
antennas each measuring less than 2.8m in length;
• The installation of Remote Radio Units (RRUs); and
• The installation of ancillary equipment such as works within
the existing equipment shelter.
2.
Optus regards the proposed installation as a Low-impact Facility
under the Telecommunications (Low-impact Facilities)
Determination 1997 ("The Determination") and/or development
under NSW State Environmental Planning Policy (Infrastructure)
2007, based on the descriptions above.
3.
Further information including an EME Report can be obtained
from – Kathryn Morland, Planning Officer at KAW Consulting
Pty. Ltd.
Ph: (03) 9696 4009 - Email: [email protected]
and at:
Site ref: 2081008 - www.rfnsa.com.au
Site ref: 2083003 - www.rfnsa.com.au
4.
The proposed infrastructure will be in compliance with the
ACMA EMR regulatory arrangements.
5.
We invite you to make a submission. Written submissions should
be sent to: KAW Consulting Pty Ltd, Level 2, 95 Coventry Street,
South Melbourne 3205 by 5pm Saturday 22 November 2014.
A GALA PARTY HIRE 9477-4700
Marquees Tables Chairs Heaters
PARTY LIGHTING - 9477 6666.
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PROPOSAL TO UPGRADE EXISTING MOBILE
PHONE BASE STATIONS AT
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POPTOP One owner, batt pack, 3 way
MISSING MALTESE SHIH TZU
George is a 12 year old, desexed
male, tan colour and micro chipped.
Missing from Brooklyn NSW since
Friday 31st Oct and we miss him
so much. If you know of Georges
whereabouts, please contact us on
0438106969.
MOBILE DOG WASH & CLIPPING
SERVICE Purpose built trailer, warm
hydrobath, shampoo/flea rinse, blow
dry, deodorise, clip & groom. Call
Barry 9481 0490, 0402 062 316.
SHANNY THE NANNY Call
Shannon Ph 9457 9162
FLYING CRUISER C German built 18’
(5.4m) sail boat. Enclosed cabin can sleep
4. Not registered in Aus - needs work.
Set of sails includes spinnaker, roller reef
main sale, chrome sea railing. Needs keel
and trailer. Best offer. Call 02 9456 4087
(leave message)
2008 REGAL CUB CAMPER XTD
Mfr’s show exhibit until 2012. Special 40th
anniversary edition, awning, double bed,
3 way fridge, 2 burner stove c/w griller,
wash basin & water tank, winch, batt pack,
spare tyre, jack, rego 7/10/15, like new
$14,690 ono. Ph: 9456 4087.
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HOME VISITS BEROWRA, BEROWRA HTS,
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LEASES
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0407 499 931
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9477 5077
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25-29 Hunter Street HORNSBY
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The Madison
25-29 Hunter St
HORNSBY
9476 2788
8 CORONATION STREET, HORNSBY
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