We want your photos of the Island
We want to have a great visual record of
our 200 years celebration so
we are collecting photos for the
Online Gallery. Some of you have already submitted some great images,
but we want more. There are bound to have been many photos taken, and
while the magic of the weekend is still fresh in your memories how
about sending in your photos.
Please send you photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
@28 Opening Night, Wednesday 15 6-8pm
am showing new work at Woollahra - Opening this Wednesday and
will be at the gallery on Sunday 19th & 26th September between
Look forward to visitors.
CLEAR OUT – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
READ COLLECTION GUIDELINES BEFORE PUTTING YOUR MATERIAL OUT!
The total quantity per household should not to exceed 3 cubic metres
(3m x 1m x 1m)
Asbestos, batteries and household chemicals
Building materials – wall linings, gyprock, studs, timber beams, tiles,
Car, motor and boat parts, rubber tyres – rims are accepted
Food, full gas bottles (open valve), glass including windows, panes,
mirrors, panels, shower screens, picture frames, liquid paints, oils,
fuel, soil, earth, fill, bricks
Recyclable materials – paper and cardboard, soiled wrappings,
Unacceptable Items will not be collected – please remove from roadside
Appliances such as stoves and fridges – remove doors; frames with glass
removed – break glass into newspaper, wrap securely and put in
Paint tins and fuel containers – with the lid off and no liquid
Manageable quantities of: delivery pallets, wooden stairs, decking,
gates, fencing, guttering, down piping, iron sheets and water tanks –
cut down to 1.2 metre lengths and able to be lifted by one person;
nails must not stick out – please hammer down; hot water systems –
Metals to be kept separate, where possible, to be taken to Kimbriki
Recycling & Waste Facility for re-processing and re-use
Place metals in a separate pile to other general clean up materials
Electronic waste is defined as:
Televisions, Computers, Printers, Scanners, DVD and VCR players,
Modems, Gaming Machines
Place E waste in a separate pile to other general clean up materials
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Small Job opportunity - help needed
I am offering
a short-term paid position for someone to work with my daughter
Felicity for a 10 week period, one day a week.
This person needs to be open-minded and energetic and willing to learn
the Son-Rise technique. www.autismtreatment.org
are located on the island, above Bells wharf and you would be working
from my home. Thursday is preferred, however the weekday is negotiable.
No prior experience is required. Please call Tanya on 0418 209 956 to
organise a time to be interviewed.
has Autism and is home-schooled using the Son-Rise technique, which is
an amazing program based in social skills that is aiding in her
recovery from Autism.
Normally I look for volunteers to work with
her a few hours every week, so that she experiences many different
personalities and these people become her friends and the people she
models and learns from. These people are very special people in her
life and ours and if this is something that interests you I would love
to hear from you. I will teach you the technique and you will be able
to use this technique in other areas of your life as well as be part of
something that is very rewarding.
Glass Table for
Michele on 0418 533 701
Square Italian Glass
Table (sits 8)
$1,250.00 - 8
needs to go by the weekend.
1 Panasonic Microwave – in good working order
1 Fisher & Paykel dryer – in good working order
1 Samsung washing machine – needs a new water pump which costs $75 –
machine is well worth repairing.
2 white cupboards – both with hanging space – one with 2 drawers and
one with shelving to one side.
If you are interested in anything please ring
Michele on 0418 533 701
Local Guide - Community Information
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