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LET’S EAT UP!

For restaurant owners like John Chammas, the end of restrictions and light rail construction

could not have come at a better time. Eat Street is back, and it's ready to thrive this summer.

Nicola Barton reports on page 5

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CUMBERLAND

CITY COUNCIL

Follow our social media

channels for video updates

on Council services.

Cumberland City Council Sydney

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You can contact Council by phone,

email or visit our website below.

8757 9000

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Cumberland City Council

wishes you a

Happy Diwali

1-7 November

Diwali 2021

This Diwali, take a virtual browse through creative

artworks by local artists, enjoy at-home traditional

Hindi dance lessons or pick up an arts and crafts

kit from one of our local libraries.

For a full list of activities visit:

www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/diwali

Walk-in Pfizer vaccination

clinic coming to

Cumberland City

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Sunday 7 November 2021

Getting vaccinated is the fastest and safest

way out of the pandemic. We’re proud of our

responsive and resilient community who’ve

come forward to get the jab. Over 80% of

Cumberland City is fully vaccinated, so we’re

looking forward to riding the roadmap to

recovery. If you are looking to get your first or

second Pfizer vaccination, we have a walk-in

clinic open to everyone aged 12 and over.

9am – 3.30pm Auburn Baseball Club Car Park,

Euston Road, Auburn

Asbestos Awareness

Month November 2021

Walk-in Pfizer vaccination clinic details

Where: Guildford Community Centre

(90 O’Neill St, Guildford)

Monday, 1 November, 9am - 2pm

November is Asbestos Awareness Month and

we are providing free services to increase

awareness of the dangers of asbestos among

homeowners and renovators.

Free Online Asbestos Information Session:

Council services reopened

Monday, 8 November, 9am - 2pm

Monday, 22 November, 9am - 2pm

School Holiday Program

2022: Enrol now

Our January 2022 school holiday program

is here!

From escape rooms and sausage sizzles to art

creations and slumber parties, there’s heaps of

fun planned when school’s out.

Enrol now:

www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/school-holiday-care

Saturday 27 November, 11.00am-1pm

Find out how to safely identify, remove and

dispose of asbestos in your own home at

this free information session. Receive all the

information you need to carefully remove

asbestos sheets under the size of 10 sqm.

Spaces are limited. Register now:

www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/asbestosawareness-month-2021

Free Household Asbestos Collection:

Book a collection and disposal of small

amounts of loose bonded asbestos lying

dormant on residential properties. Asbestos

that is more than 10 square meters and

generated as a result of recent or future

renovation or repairs will NOT be collected.

Book now, phone 8757 9000.

We’re excited to welcome you back to our

libraries across Cumberland City and to reopen

our community centres for hire.

Current open libraries and locations:

Auburn, Granville, Merrylands and

Wentworthville libraries are open 9:30am to

5pm, Monday to Friday.

Auburn and Merrylands libraries are also open

from 9:30am to 4pm on Saturdays.

To ensure the health and safety of all our

visitors, please ensure you are adhering to

the NSW Public Health Orders.

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LOCAL NEWS

Ward to be re-established

Westmead Hospital set to reopen its Palliative Care Unit after 12 years

NICOLA BARTON

After a two year-long public

community campaign, Western

Sydney Local Health District’s

(WSLHD) Chief Executive has announced

the Westmead Hospital Palliative Care

Unit will be reopened.

The news comes as a surprise to the

dedicated advocates who have fought for

its re-establishment and championed the

importance of end of life care.

Following the closure of its Supportive

and Palliative Care Unit in 2009,

Westmead Hospital has some dedicated

palliative care beds inside its cancer ward,

however these can be allocated to other

types of patients as needed.

Patients are otherwise transferred to Mt

Druitt Hospital’s Palliative Care Ward.

The Westmead Push for Palliative Care

group, formed two years ago and led by

former WSLHD Palliative Care Director,

Dr Phillip Lee, have stressed the importance

of a stand alone palliative care

ward for more complex cases that require

specialised treatment and believe Westmead,

as a major training hospital, should

Westmead Push for Palliative Care group members and allies at a roundtable earlier

this year.

be the benchmark for such care.

Advocacy group member Caroline

Raunjak said campaign members are

celebrating the good news.

“My response to the news initially was

shock, almost disbelief,” she said.

“After many years of advocating for this

ward, it will come to fruition.

“Finally the largest health precinct in

NSW and the people of western Sydney,

who deserve this, will have more palliative

care beds available for them.”

The future appeared grim earlier this

year when Health Minister Brad Hazzard

denied the need for the ward, despite pleas

from health professionals and community

leaders.

However, following a parliamentary

petition sponsored by Parramatta MP

Geoff Lee, Mr Hazzard requested in

March that WSLHD investigate the need

to re-establish the ward.

This sparked an independent review

of WSLHD’s Palliative Care services,

in which Parra News understands has

recommended that the ward be reopened.

Whilst it is understood WSLHD Chief

Executive Graeme Loy confirmed they

will do just that at the Westmead Hospital

Medical Staff Council AGM, details, timeline

and funding are yet to be announced.

“Our priority is to ensure the people of

western Sydney have access to health

services which work for them now, and in

the future,” a WSLHD spokesperson said.

The spokesperson added it was “premature

to comment on future service provision

while the palliative care services

review is ongoing”.

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Not just families go on holidays

Dominic Perrottet last week announced

that households with school-aged children

will receive $250 in vouchers for accommodation

or activities to stimulate

spending and economic activity.

I don’t begrudge anyone the money, but

not only families go on holidays.

It’s become endemic in government to

focus on “working families”. That’s where

the votes are, they believe.

But society has changed. More people

are waiting to have kids later. Plenty

of singles have disposal income they’re

keen to spend. It’s a nice gesture, but it’s

time to broaden our thinking.

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It’s been a strange couple of weeks reemerging,

hasn’t it? Getting rid of masks

outdoors was nice; like a gag coming off.

I got a cut at one of our buzzing local barbers,

that such is the dire state of my pate,

took an embarrassingly short time even

after four months of growth. (More time

was spent waiting in line than swivelling

in the chair.)

There’s been a sports class and ridiculously

oversized schnitzel in the eastern

suburbs.

A quick coffee with a friend in the Parramatta

CBD, joined impromptu by three

others, and converted into a 90-minute

rumination on life, politics, family and

the state of the world.

Suddenly, plans are being made. There

are things in life to look forward to. A dinner

at a mate’s brand new house. Tickets

to the Sydney Film Festival. The possibility

of travel if the airfares aren’t too steep.

Many have made the point, but it’s true.

After months of captivity, the conversation

rushes out of you. We’re smiling like

we’ve forgotten what it feels like. And

slowly reconnecting with friends – taking

in the obvious physical changes: who’s

Index

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Friendships in focus as we

emerge from COVID slumber

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Life & Style ...........................19-20

had a good lockdown, looking fresher in

the face, maybe put on weight. But also

the nuances: who seems relaxed, versus

who has a garden hose of grievances to

uncoil, either talking in better or more

embittered terms about their partner.

By age 42, I’ve honed the ability to read

my friends well. Friendship has always

had an important place. I still remember

the sleepovers where Mum somehow allowed

four or five teenage boys to stay

up in the lounge room watching movies

like ‘Speed’ or ‘In the Line of Fire’. Socially

speaking, school for anyone slightly eccentric

can be a struggle to stay afloat.

At university, you grow into that individuality

more. The workplace is a shock.

Suddenly you’re thrown into a whirlpool

where everyone’s thrashing their way to

the top. After-work drinks might be fun at

the time. But you really don’t have much

in common and when career paths diverge,

your co-workers might leave no

real lasting imprint.

There are the friends you make on

your travels – for me, strong bonds compressed

while bar-hopping in Budapest

or via chance encounters in Hanoi or Rio

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de Janeiro. They usually don’t last beyond

the immediate experience – but just occasionally,

delightfully, they do.

There are people you enjoy the good

times with – and then the ones who stick

around during the troughs – when you’ve

been dumped, maybe lost your job or had

health problems.

In the past 12 months, I’ve been startled

when a friend asked me to loan them

money. On the flipside, I’ve had to push

one or two to do me a favour, or give me

work. Boundaries get tested, with unpredictable

results. To this catalogue, we can

add the friendships that survived COVID.

Fortunately, as we get older there’s less

pressure to see the important people in

our lives daily or integrate with their every

twist and turn.

I’m sure in coming weeks, I’ll gradually

see more of my mates, one by one. We’ll

get a sense of where we’re up to.

Billions of people have walked the earth

since time began, yet most of us only truly

connect with a few dozen. While cherishing

the old ones, I also hope to make new

friends that open up more dimensions of

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LOCAL NEWS

Eat Street is alive again

Business owners relieved, but say many promises have been unfulfilled

NICOLA BARTON

Parramatta’s famous dining strip

is now back open for business,

following the completion of major

light rail construction.

Eat Street has taken a major hit over the

past two years with both construction and

the pandemic causing major financial

blows to business owners.

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet said the

removal of construction fencing was even

more significant as the state opened back

up after months of restrictions.

“We know it’s been a tough time for local

businesses and I want to thank them for

their support and patience,” he said.

“It’s great to see all of the hard work has

now paid off.”

For John Chammas, owner of Mama and

Papas, the completion of the works is a

huge relief after a dark few years.

“It’s been a war zone; turning off our

water and electricity, the noise... we’ve

been to hell and back,” he said.

“Business has been amazing this week,

the timing worked well with restrictions

ending; we’ve got plenty of light at the end

of the tunnel now.”

Despite his relief and optimism that the

famed dining strip will return to its former

glory, he said there is still a fight ahead

for business owners to hold Transport

for NSW (TFNSW) accountable for some

undelivered promises.

“It looks good but it’s not practical, they

wouldn’t listen to us, they just wanted to

tick a box,” he said.

“The umbrellas are too small, there’s

gaps where the rain waterfalls through

and the allocated umbrellas don’t even

align with the front of our shops; they are

completely useless in bad weather.

“If the weather changes and we have a

full house, there will be nowhere to put the

outdoor customers.

“They also told us there would be lights

and heaters but they also haven’t been

delivered.”

TFNSW has now formally handed the

street back to the City of Parramatta

Council, meaning the Council will now

be required to work with businesses to

John Chammas is one of many restaurant owners hoping for a bright future.

complete the outdoor dining infrastructure,

including the connection of power

and installation of heating and lighting.

“A TFNSW activation called ‘Eat Street

Uncovered’ is being rolled out to celebrate

the completion of these works, including

events and activities, in the coming

months,” A TFNSW spokesperson said.

Locals will be able to familiarise themselves

with the rejuvenated space before

trams start rolling in 2023.

Those wishing to support businesses

along the strip can park at Secure Parking

Eat Street or Westfield Parramatta.

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AN UPDATE

FROM COUNCIL

Sturt and Acacia Park upgrades

Council is thrilled to announce the next step

in the $5 million revamp of green space in

Telopea with the reopening of Acacia Park.

The popular local park has been transformed

into a multi-use hotspot for family fun. As the

weather warms up, visitors will be able to

enjoy new picnic tables, barbeques, benches

and toilet facilities.

The refurbished park also features a new

walking track with blocks for strength training,

and an accessible platform showcasing

views of Parramatta’s expansive CBD.

Council’s innovation does not stop there,

with construction work on Sturt Park now

underway.

The new recreational space at Sturt Park

includes a new playground, complete with

a flying fox, as well as a new skatepark,

multi-use court, seating, sheltered picnic areas,

barbeques and toilet facilities. The new and

improved Sturt Park is expected to open to

the public in early 2022.

The upgrades are being funded by the

NSW Government through its Precinct

Support Scheme.

Riverside Theatres welcomes back

audiences

Enrolments open for

Dolphins Swim School

Enrolments are now open for

Learn to Swim classes at Epping

Aquatic Centre and Macarthur Girls High

School Pool. Interested parties can enrol

in person or over the phone for the swim

term running from Monday 1 November to

Sunday 19 December.

Whether you’re a novice paddler, a seasoned

swimmer, or somewhere in between, Dolphins

Swim School has something for everyone.

As an AUSTSWIM Accredited swim school,

instructors and coaches undertake rigorous

training and are qualified to cater for groups

of all ages and abilities.

We offer classes for students as young as

six months old, as well as pre-schoolers,

adults and people with disabilities, teaching

safety skills, stroke development and water

familiarisation. Small class sizes ensure

each student receives ample attention and

advice tailored to their individual needs.

Aquatic education is vital as we inch closer

to a hot summer spent at the beach or in

the pool.

For more information, visit cityofparramatta.

nsw.gov.au/recreation/swimming/swimschool

or call Epping Aquatic Centre on

9806 5633 or Macarthur Girls High School

Pool on 9806 5700.

Riverside Theatres is welcoming back audiences with

a variety of films and live shows, including Spiegelesque.

Last week, Riverside Theatres opened its

doors and welcomed back audiences with

an exciting new cinema program. Featuring

screenings of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the

Ten Rings (on until 30 October), as well as

Breaking Bread. Film buffs will also have the

chance to catch some fantastic Croatian

feature films in the Croatian Film Festival

2021 from 18–21 November.

Live performances will resume on Saturday

6 November with The Impossible Dream,

a performance by internationally acclaimed

tenor Mark Vincent, who will be joined by

award-winning soprano Clarissa Spata.

On 20 November, the theatre will present

Metropolitan Orchestra’s rendition of music

from Classical Blockbusters. From 25 November

until 5 December, audiences will be transported

back into the Vaudeville Burlesque era with

Spiegelesque, an explosive cabaret.

Riverside Theatres is a registered COVID-safe

venue. Visitors will be required to show proof

of vaccination, must check in with the QR

code and wear a mask while in the venue.

A refurbished Acacia Park in Telopea has reopened

to the public.

For more information, or to book, visit

riversideparramatta.com.au

Enrolments for Learn to Swim classes are now open.

Please note: Since printed copies of many of our local newspapers are no longer available,

all Development Applications (DAs), items on exhibition, and public notices will now be available

via Council’s website: cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au

Council Meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 6.30pm. In line

with the NSW Government’s COVID-19 restrictions, the public cannot currently attend in person.

To view the live stream visit cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au/councilmeetings

To stay up-to-date with the latest news, visit

cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au/news

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LOCAL NEWS

A leader for the future

New AMSA President wants to create “home away from home” for expats

NICOLA BARTON

The Australian Malaysian

Singaporean Association

(AMSA) has appointed

its 23rd president, Lidcombe

resident Thomson Ch’ng.

Mr Ch’ng first arrived in

Australia in 2009 as an international

student and has since

been a voice and advocate for

multiculturalism in Australia.

Mr Ch’ng was a founding

delegate and the fourth

National President of Australia’s

international student peak

body – Council of International

Students Australia (CISA)

representing over 600,000 international

students nation-wide.

He was also a youth advisory

committee member of the

Federation of Ethnic Communities’

Council of Australia

(FECCA), a convenor of the

Asian Australian Alliance and

has won many awards and

honours for his contribution to

the multicultural community in

Australia.

In March, he featured in the

Australian National Maritime

Museum’s ‘A Mile in My Shoes’, a

project that celebrates the voices

of migrants who have made

Australia their home.

Mr Ch’ng said he felt honoured

to be elected President of AMSA.

“I wish to thank all members

for entrusting me with this

great responsibility to lead the

association,” he said.

“Half a century is an incredible

milestone for any organisation

and I would like to thank all

members, supporters, committee

members and presidents of

both past and present for their

contribution, bringing AMSA to

where it is today.”

Mr Ch’ng said community

groups like AMSA play a vital

role in allowing multicultural

communities to feel safe and

supported whilst studying or

working in Australia.

His vision is to create a “home




















away from home” for all Malaysians

and Singaporeans in

Australia.

According to the Australian

Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) 2016

Census, there were 138,364

Malaysia-born people and

54,939 Singapore-born people

in Australia.

“The people-to-people link

between Malaysia, Singapore

and Australia is deep and has

come a long way,” Mr Ch’ng said.

“Malaysians and Singaporeans

are success stories of Australia’s

multiculturalism.

“We look forward to deepening

the relationship and contributing

to Australia’s fabric of multicultural

society.”

Mr Ch’ng thanked outgoing

President Colin Lee, committee

members Rebecca Lee, Bun

Leng Chea and Amelia Seow

for their contributions over the

years.

The Executive Committeeelect

will be officially inaugurated

on January 1, 2022.
















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Lidcombe resident Thomson Ch’ng.

NOMINATIONS OPEN

City of Parramatta Citizen of the Year Awards 2022

Do you know a local hero in the Parramatta Local Government

Area who deserves to be celebrated?

Nominations for City of Parramatta’s Citizen of the Year Awards

are now open.

These awards are part of Council’s Australia Day program and the

award categories are:

• Young Citizen of the Year in honour of David Shakespeare OAM:

16–30 years

• Citizen of the Year: 31–64 years

• Senior Citizen of the Year: 65 years and over

• Community Group Award

Nominations close 5pm, Thursday 2 December 2021.

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Council is also seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) in voluntary

Membership of the Awards Judging Panel, responsible for the

review, assessment, and selection of City of Parramatta Citizen

of the Year Award recipients for each of the categories.

Expressions of Interest close 4pm, Monday 8 November 2021.

To submit your nomination or EOI for the judging panel, visit

cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au/citizen-of-the-year-awards

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FEEL THE

FUSION AT

Parramatta: Investigations roll on

after teenage boy assaulted

Police are investigating after a teenage

boy was injured during an alleged

assault in Parramatta last week.

About 4.10pm on Monday, October

18, emergency services were called to

George Street, Parramatta, following

reports a teenager had been injured.

A 15-year-old boy was found with a

minor laceration to his back.

He was treated by NSW Ambulance on

scene before being taken to Westmead

Children’s Hospital in a stable condition.

A crime scene was established and

officers from Parramatta City Police

Area Command commenced an investigation.

Following inquiries, officers found

three teenage boys in a car park on

Marsden Street, Parramatta.

They were arrested and taken to

Parramatta Police Station.

Inquiries are continuing.

Guildford: Daylight shooting

claims Salim Hamze and father

Two members of the notorious Hamze

family died following a dramatic

daylight shooting in Guildford last week.

About 8.55am on Wednesday, October

20, emergency services were called to

Osgood Street near Woodville Road,

Guildford, after reports of a shooting.

Upon arrival, officers from Cumberland

Police Area Command located a

vehicle with two men inside.

It is understood that Salim Hamze and

his father Toufik Hamze died.

It’s been reported that Salim died at

the scene while his father was treated by

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paramedics but could not be saved.

A crime scene was established and

examined by specialist forensic police.

Numerous police resources are

conducting inquiries into the incident.

Anyone with information about this

incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers

on 1800 333 000.

Merrylands: 12 people charged as

State Crime Command swoops

Criminal Groups Squad detectives

have charged 12 people as part of an

investigation into a public place shooting

and conspiracy to kidnap and murder

another man in Merrylands last month.

On Tuesday, September 28, detectives

from the State Crime Command’s

Criminal Groups Squad received

information relating to a public place

shooting outside a home on William

Street, Merrylands, which occurred the

night before.

Subsequent inquiries revealed the

public place shooting allegedly formed

part of a conspiracy to murder another

man and involved several associates of

the Nomads outlaw motorcycle gang

(OMCG).

11 men and one woman between 20

and 48-years-old have been arrested

over their alleged roles in the incident.

They remain before the courts.

During the investigation police seized

firearms, prohibited drugs, an electronic

stun device and a substantial amount of

cash.

All items seized will undergo further

forensic examination.

Investigations by Criminal Groups

Squad detectives continue.

LOCAL NEWS

Work available at election

NICOLA BARTON

Workers are wanted to help

deliver democracy ahead

of this December’s Local

Government Election.

The NSW Electoral Commission is

recruiting more than 30,000 people

across NSW, with thousands of jobs still

available.

While more than 20,000 people have

expressed their interest so far, Director

of Election Support Services Wayne

Morgan said more applicants are needed

than ever before.

“We’re hiring additional staff in line

with our COVID-19 Safety Plan,” Mr

Morgan said.

“Extra staff will support people in

checking-in and out of polling places,

maintaining physical distancing and

additional cleaning measures.

“If you’re enthusiastic about working

with your community, it’s an excellent

way to earn some extra money and learn

new skills.

“There are jobs available just on election

day, of course, but there’s also a

range of positions to be filled over the

next 10 weeks.”

With competitive pay rates and inclusive

training, it’s a great opportunity to

earn some extra cash before Christmas.

Tasks will include providing information

and assistance to voters, sorting

and counting ballots and implementing

COVID-safe practices.

“If you’re available to work on Saturday,

December 4 and enrolled to vote, you

can submit an expression of interest to

work as an election official,” Mr Morgan

said.

No prior experience is needed.

For more information, visit elections.

nsw.gov.au.

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Gym goers no longer have to wear

masks during group exercise

classes under changes made to

the NSW Health Orders last week.

Locals had been sweating it out in

masks at group classes such as F45 since

gyms reopened earlier this month.

But last Thursday, it was confirmed

that masks would no longer be required

for group exercise classes.

Masks are still required when entering

and exiting most gyms.

Further mask restrictions are set to

ease in December.


CITY OF PARRAMATTA

2021 NSW LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS

Saturday 4 September 2021

Thinking of nominating as a candidate for your local Council?

If you’re considering nominating as a candidate for the 2021 NSW Local Government elections, you should read this notice. It provides general

guidance about the process of nominating, and candidates’ obligations and responsibilities. Prospective candidates should seek their own

independent legal advice if they are unsure whether they are eligible to run for public office in a local council or how the law applies to their

specific circumstances.

Nominate as a Mayor or Councillor

To nominate as a Mayor or Councillor you must lodge a nomination

form, either by using the Electoral Commission’s online nomination

system or delivering it to the Returning Officer.

Nominating involves:

• Read the instructions on the nomination form carefully – all parts must

be completed.

• You may be nominated by either a registered political party, or by

two electors enrolled in the local government area or ward for which

you are being nominated. For example, if you are being nominated as

a candidate for a ward your nominators must be enrolled in that ward.

• Candidates must also complete a candidate information sheet and

statistical information sheet.

• A nomination deposit must be paid.

Grouping of Councillor candidates on the ballot paper

Two or more Councillor candidates may form a group on the ballot

paper, and where eligible, request a group voting square (box above

the line) be printed on the ballot paper for the group.

In addition to lodging the nomination form, these candidates must

also lodge a Request to form a group form.

Nomination deposit

All candidates must pay a nomination deposit of $125 each to the

NSW Electoral Commission.

Where candidates also lodge a Request to form a group, the deposit

is capped at $625 for a group of five candidates or more.

If using the online nominations system, the deposit must be paid by

either MasterCard or VISA.

If using paper nomination forms, the nomination deposit must be paid

by cash or bank or building society cheque.

Start your nomination now

The NSW Electoral Commission’s online nominations system is now

available at elections.nsw.gov.au You can start the process of

nominating online now.

Alternatively, paper nomination forms are available by calling the

Commission’s candidate helpdesk on 1300 022 011.

Candidates who previously prepared a nomination form

Following the postponement of the elections to Saturday 4 December

2021, it was determined that any nomination or grouping forms created

for the postponed Saturday 4 September 2021 elections will need to

be redone.

This decision was made to ensure information submitted in nomination

forms is accurate and current.

Lodge your nomination

Candidates may lodge their nominations and pay the deposit online.

However, if using paper nomination forms, you must lodge your

nomination and deposit with the Returning Officer for the council

area in which you intend to stand as a candidate. Returning Officer

office locations can be found at elections.nsw.gov.au/lge21

You are encouraged to start preparing your nomination form – and

grouping form if applicable – now.

The NSW Electoral Commission strongly encourages you to lodge your

nomination online. As the public health situation can change quickly

in any LGA, locations at which a nomination can be lodged in person

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necessary due to risks associated with COVID-19.

Nomination forms, grouping forms and nomination deposits must

be lodged between Monday 25 October and 12 noon, Wednesday

3 November 2021.

Late nominations will not be accepted.

Registration for electoral funding purposes

NSW has strict laws that regulate the election campaign finances of

political parties, candidates and groups at the election. These include

requirements to operate a campaign account, and to record and

disclose political donations and electoral expenditure. In addition,

there are caps on political donations and electoral expenditure.

Prior to being nominated, candidates and groups who wish to accept

political donations or pay for electoral expenditure must first apply to

the NSW Electoral Commission to be registered for electoral funding

purposes. Only once registered is a candidate or group allowed to

accept political donations and pay for electoral expenditure.

Candidates and groups can apply to be registered through the NSW

Electoral Commission’s new online registration and disclosure system,

Funding and Disclosure Online. Forms are also available on the

Commission’s website.

Applications for registration for electoral funding purposes close on

Wednesday 3 November 2021.

From Thursday 4 November 2021, nominated candidates and groups

that have not registered before being nominated are taken to be

registered and will take on significant legal obligations for recordkeeping

and making disclosures. Even already-registered candidates

and groups who decide not to nominate will have some ongoing

electoral funding law obligations.

To learn more go to elections.nsw.gov.au/funding-and-disclosure

Enquiries about being registered and the laws that apply to

political donations and electoral expenditure should be sent to

fdc@elections.nsw.gov.au

Candidate Handbook and webinars

A Candidate Handbook will be made available on the NSW Electoral

Commission’s website. Educational webinars which assist candidates

in navigating the process are also available.

Ballot paper draw

The Returning Officer will formally announce the candidates and

conduct a draw to determine the order of groups (where applicable)

and candidate names on the ballot paper at the office of the relevant

Returning Officer at 10am, Thursday 4 November 2021.

Observing the ballot paper draw will be subject to the capacity of the

Returning Officer’s office and any NSW Health public health orders in

effect at that time.

Further information

• Visit elections.nsw.gov.au

• Email the candidate helpdesk candidates@elections.nsw.gov.au

• Call the candidate helpdesk 1300 022 011

If you are deaf, hard of hearing and/or have a speech impairment,

please contact the NSW Electoral Commission through the National

Relay Service (NRS). Choose your access option and ask for 1300 135 736.

If you need an interpreter, please call TIS National on 131 450 and

ask them to call the NSW Electoral Commission on 1300 135 736.

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NICOLA BARTON

Whether it be a farmers’ market

or a festival, the community

is being asked to submit their

ideas to help shape the future of Epping

events at The Langston Precinct.

Just as Greater Sydney exits three

months of lockdown, residents can start

to get creative about future event ideas to

enjoy with family and friends next year.

As Cbus Property approaches the final

stages of its landmark project, the Australian

property developer and investor has

offered the project’s future residents and

members of the local community the

chance to have their say on the events and

activities they wish to see on site upon its

completion.

Set within a landscaped 2,750-squaremetre

public plaza adjoining a

2,100-square-metre mixed-use retail

precinct, including a supermarket, cafés,

restaurants, and a number of other retail

tenancies, The Langston is set to be a

major central meeting point for Epping

locals, situated opposite the train station.

This community consultation will assist

in the development of The Langston’s

Place Activation Strategy to shape how

the community interacts with and experiences

the site’s public realm when it opens

in early 2022.

Cbus Property’s Chief Executive Officer,

Adrian Pozzo, said it was essential to

canvas opinion about how The Langston’s

public spaces would be used.

“Whether it is weekend events and festivals,

farmers’ markets, family fun days, or

any number of other suggestions, we want

to hear the thoughts and comments of the

community when it comes to setting out

our Place Activation Strategy,” he said.

“We have been engaging with the

community from the outset of the project,

through direct meetings with local

community groups, formalised quarterly

Construction Liaison Committee meetings,

partnerships with local artists, and

supporting community events.

“In 2018, we hosted The Langston Weekender,

which brought together nearly

2,000 people from across the community

for a weekend filled with food and beverage

providers, public art, markets, live

music, and pop-up retail.”

Cbus Property is currently planning

to host a Zoom community engagement

session for the Epping community.

LOCAL NEWS

An artist’s impression of The Langston Precinct in Epping.

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LOCAL NEWS

Making a difference

Westfield Parramatta announces its incredible Local Heroes for 2021

NICOLA BARTON

Inspiring locals making a difference

have not gone unnoticed, with the

recipients of the 2021 Westfield Local

Heroes announced.

Now in its fourth year, the program

recognises those whose work or contributions

create positive benefits for others in

the community and awards $10,000 grants

to three successful finalists.

This year’s three Parramatta heroes

include Christine Cleary, Dr Ruth Parsell

and Seethalakshmi Srinivasan.

Ms Cleary has been recognised for her

work as the founder of StreetMed, a charity

that provides free healthcare, food and

clothes to homeless and at-risk people in

western Sydney.

Twice-named Hills District Citizen of the

Year, Ms Cleary spends most nights out on

the streets leading a team of volunteers

who provide physical and mental health

checks, warm meals, emotional and practical

support and food for pets.

Dr Parsell is a deputy medical director

at CareFlight, a charity that takes the

emergency department to the patient in a

Local Hero Christine Cleary.

state-of-the-art medical helicopter.

Not only does the Westmead resident

save lives, but she is a role model who

proves women can successfully combine

raising a family and a successful, challenging

career in aeromedical medicine.

Ms Srinivasan creates positive new pathways

for migrant parents and is a pillar

of support for isolated and vulnerable

women. As community liaison officer at

Rydalmere Public School, she coordinates

various programs to make migrant

Local Hero Dr Ruth Parsell.

parents feel included, empowered and

confident to thrive in the community.

Reflecting on this year’s winners, Westfield

Parramatta Centre Manager Adam

Dillon said each was equally inspiring in

undertaking their important work for the

community.

“The Westfield Local Heroes program

continues to recognise and reward everyday

people doing extraordinary things in

our communities,” he said.

“We are incredibly proud to be able to

recognise the important work they are

doing, and it’s with great pleasure that

we announce our 2021 Westfield Local

Heroes grant recipients.

“It’s fantastic for our broader communities

to see first-hand what a Westfield

Local Heroes grant can help to achieve.

“We thank our Parramatta community

for voting and supporting all of our nominees;

it’s a privilege to continue to support

those who have made a lasting impact on

the future of our local community.”

We’re so excited to welcome people to our

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Julie Owens Bulletin

Raising the voices of youth

In 2018, a young woman called Ruby Bisson came to me with an idea

to raise the voices of local young people in our nation’s parliament.

I made a commitment to read a speech written by a young person from

Parramatta during each sitting of the Parliament that year.

I’m proud to say that in 2021, this great idea that started in Parramatta has

blossomed into Youth Voice in Parliament Week, with MPs from around

Australia reading speeches from young people in their communities.

This Youth Voice in Parliament week I read a speech by local high school

student Reya, age 15. Reya said twenty years from now, she wanted to “see

an Australia that is not afraid to battle climate change at its core...that is not

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Morrison votes down corruption probe

Last week the Morrison Government voted against a Privileges Committee investigation into potential

contempt of the Parliament by Christian Porter, recommended by the Speaker of the House Tony Smith.

This is the first time this has happened in the 120 year history of the Australian Parliament and signals to Morrison

Government MPs that they are free to hide their financial interests behind so-called “blind trusts” - like the one Christian

Poter used to accept an undisclosed amount up to $1 million dollars from secret benefactors with unknown motives to

fund his personal legal action against the ABC.

It’s been more than 1000 days since, under intense pressure from Labor, Mr Morrison promised to set up a federal anticorruption

body. Instead of delivering on his promise, he’s showing us he has no interest in exposing corruption. He just

wants it covered up.

Only a Labor Government will deliver a National Anti-Corruption Commission with the power to hold Federal MPs to account.

Local seniors locked out of aged care

The Royal Commission into Aged Care recommended urgent action to clear home care package waiting

lists, which were stuck at 100,000 for years.

But the Morrison Government has only committed to fund 40,000 new places a year for two years, meaning thousands

of seniors could be left waiting for care they urgently need.

Seniors from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in Parramatta need to overcome extra hurdles to access

aged care services and all too often end up with services that don’t meet their language or cultural needs and

rely on family to deliver meals they can eat, or communicate with carers.

Around half of Parramatta’s seniors speak a language other than English - nation-wide its around one in

four – but the Morrison Government is not doing enough to make sure they can get the care they need

in their old age. If this is affecting you or your loved ones, please contact my office.

Julie Owens MP FEDERAL MEMBER FOR PARRAMATTA

If I can be of any help please phone me on 9689 1455 or write to 1/25 Smith St, Parramatta NSW 2150

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LOCAL NEWS

Celebrating Tamil pride

Not-for-profit Kamban Kazhagam Australia reaches 15-year milestone

NICOLA BARTON

Kamban Kazhagam Australia is

celebrating 15 years of bringing

Tamil culture to Australia.

The not-for-profit organisation, based in

Westmead, is named after legendary poet

Kamban and is dedicated to the learning

and appreciation of his renowned literary

works Kamba Ramayanam.

Kamban Kazhagam Australia was established

to bring the teachings and lessons

of the Kamba Ramayanam to Australia.

Now, for 15 years, they have promoted

and developed the valuable teachings of

the Kamba Ramayanam to both new and

learned audiences, including advocating

for the growth of Tamil among young

Australians.

Mathurshan Sangarathasan, a young

member of the organisation, said being of

Tamil ancestry, one of the oldest cultures

and languages in the world, is something

that he’s extremely proud of.

“A main focus for us has been accessibility,

which has allowed us to enable free

classes for senior, intermediate and beginner

level speakers to grow and develop

Kamban Kazhagam Australia is celebrating 15 years.

their own skills in Tamil,” he said.

“Starting senior classes in 2013, I have

developed positive attributes in strengthening

my language, communication and

philosophical thinking.

“Through our weekly classes we have

established public speaking forums and

contests which provide our students an

opportunity to build confidence in their

spoken literacy.”

Kamban Kazhagam is a volunteer-run

organisation that is heavily rooted within

the Australian community, assisting

with Clean Up Australia Day and having

donated in excess of $15,000 to the NSW

Fire Brigade as a result of the 2020 bushfires.

The group hosts cultural events ranging

from music, performance and literary

arts, all aimed to increase involvement

and spread the creative nuances of Tamil

culture.

These annual events showcase the

display of artistic abilities spread throughout

the Australian community, combined

with international talent.

“Aside from growing my love for the

Tamil language and culture, over the last

eight years I’ve grown a family of likeminded

individuals whom I meet weekly

to learn, share thoughts and discuss introspective

applications of age-old cultural

practises,” Mr Sangarathasan said.

“It is fascinating to explore the ‘iliad and

odysseys’, the legends, myths, tales and

cultural intricacies of the Tamil language.

“15 years of passion driven work by

Kamban Kazhagam has allowed me to

develop a sense of cultural awareness,

while increasing the discussion surrounding

Tamil arts in the community.”

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AQUARIUS

JANUARY 21 TO FEBRUARY 19

Aquarians can expect a rollicking ride,

as your motivation levels fluctuate. Is a

work colleague or loved one being difficult

and demanding? Don’t be too

hard on them … they have a lot on their

plate. It’s a good week for goals, dreams,

financial matters and taking care of business

but you’ll feel a bit stir-crazy on the

weekend. Try channelling your restless

energy into challenging personal projects

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FEBRUARY 20 TO MARCH 20

When it comes to plans for the future,

you’re full of innovative ideas and creative

schemes. But can you tell the difference

between an inspiring daydream

and a dodgy delusion? Realistic Saturn

demands that you dig deep and set substantial

goals that are worthy of your talents.

And strive to get the balance right

between being impulsive and taking

thoughtful action. Spontaneity works

sometimes but, at other times, perceptive

Pisceans need to adopt a more

measured approach.

ARIES

MARCH 21 TO APRIL 20

Promising opportunities are hovering

around, and clever Rams will examine

all possibilities in a sensible and realistic

light. With Jupiter and Saturn both

visiting your hopes and wishes zone, it’s

important to have an exciting long-term

goal that you’re working towards. You

need to be patient though, as you focus

on bringing your lofty dreams down to

earth via a practical plan. Saturday’s

Sun/Saturn square will be frustrating,

so modify your expectations and pace

yourself.

TAURUS

APRIL 21 TO MAY 21

With Venus and Jupiter activating

your career zone, find creative ways to

inspire others and shine more brightly

at work. You’re feeling positive about a

challenge but sometimes there’s a fine

line between being optimistic and being

unrealistic. Wisdom for the week is from

birthday great, painter Pablo Picasso

(who was born on October 25, 1881),

“Our goals can only be reached through

the vehicle of a plan, in which we must

fervently believe, and upon which we

must vigorously act.”

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GEMINI

MAY 22 TO JUNE 21

CANCER

JUNE 22 TO JULY 22

LEO

JULY 23 TO AUGUST 23

VIRGO

AUGUST 24 TO SEPTEMBER 23

The Sun and Mars are visiting your

wellbeing zone, so be proactive about

finding a fitness routine that keeps you

motivated. And choose healthy food

options that you actually enjoy eating!

Attached Twins – are you stuck in a relationship

rut? Venus and Jupiter encourage

you to be more adventurous with

your partner. Unhappily single? Don’t be

dazzled by bulging pecs or a substantial

bank balance. Look for lasting love with

someone who has similar goals and values.

This week’s planetary patterns suggest

retiring an outdated friendship so there’s

room for a new one. Creativity is high, as

you tap into the magical muse within.

With Mars and Mercury visiting your

domestic zone, strive to be more proactive

and communicative about a current

family problem. Plus adjust your home/

work ratio so it’s much more balanced.

Many domestically inclined Crabs are

in the mood to clean, de-clutter, decorate,

renovate or cook up a storm at Casa

Cancer.

Many Lions will crank up the charisma,

as you make family and friends feel extra

special. Venus and Jupiter also stimulate

your love of the good things in life, as you

enjoy convivial company, beautiful surroundings,

fine food and stylish fashion.

But avoid the regular tendency to worry

and obsess about something that is totally

out of your control. Heed the wise

words of Mary Engelbreit, “If you don’t

like something, change it; if you can’t

change it, change the way you think

about it.”

The Sun/Saturn square could exacerbate

problems with a stressed colleague

or a neurotic neighbour, as you misunderstand

each other’s motives. Make it a

priority to communicate your thoughts

and feelings in a clear and compassionate

way. It’s a suitable week to study financial

matters, find something that’s

been lost, tackle jobs you’ve previously

put on the backburner, and cross tasks

off your long to-do list. Family get-togethers

and work functions are also favoured.

LIBRA

SEPTEMBER 24 TO OCTOBER 23

SCORPIO

OCTOBER 24 TO NOVEMBER 22

SAGITTARIUS

NOVEMBER 23 TO DECEMBER 21

CAPRICORN

DECEMBER 22 TO JANUARY 20

Venus and Jupiter encourage you to

contribute more of your time and talent

to a worthy cause within your local community.

And the planets also prompt you

to text, tweet, post or publish your ideas

to an appreciative audience. But keep

your wits about you and avoid getting

side-tracked by unrealistic expectations

and dubious dreams. Inspiration for the

week is from birthday great, actress Julia

Roberts (who was born on October 28,

1967), “Loving what you do is the secret

to everything.”

Have you been languishing on the

sidelines? This week action-planet Mars

joins the Sun in your sign so sarcasm

and sulking are out, and buoyant joie de

vivre is in! There’s much to look forward

to as you attract good luck, acknowledge

a success or celebrate an important

milestone. It’s also time to be as proactive

and positive as you can manage. So

your mantra for the week is from Scorpio

birthday great, painter Pablo Picasso,

“One must act in painting as in life, directly.”

Are your goals and dreams for the

future ambitious enough? Venus and

Jupiter encourage ruminating over bigpicture

ideas. Romantic liaisons are

likely and friendships are favoured. But

there’s no room for false modesty or passive

procrastination as you enjoy talking,

texting, posting, promoting, publishing

or podcasting. So your motto is from

birthday great Katy Perry (who was born

on October 25), “If you’re presenting

yourself with confidence, you can pull

off pretty much anything.”

With Saturn (your patron planet) and

Jupiter both stimulating your wealth

zone, tap into the abundance that is all

around you – and not just on a financial

level. It’s time to combine your outer

creativity with your inner strength, so

that you shine brightly for all the world

to see. Strong self-esteem and self-acceptance

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Knowing basic language concepts and a

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Can women have it all when it

comes to sexual freedom, a career,

family and sanity?

The new Paramount+ original

Australian series ‘Spreadsheet’

will explore just that, while documenting

the chaos that is bound to ensue.

Comedian and Australian acting legend

Stephen Curry (pictured), who stars in the

show, said it centres around ‘IT Crowd’

and ‘Doc Martin’ star Katherine Parkinson,

who plays Lauren.

“Lauren is a mother-of-two who finds

herself newly divorced and wants to sow

her wild oats to make up for lost time,” he

told Parra News.

“She sets up a spreadsheet of blokes with

her best mate Alex, so that nothing clashes,

to make it simple and easy but of course

the complete opposite happens and everything

gets complicated.”

Adding to the complications is Stephen’s

character Matt, who accidentally gets added

to the sushi train of sex options.

“Matt is an old friend and neighbour of

hers, as well as being newly single and

Lauren, who is a lawyer, is actually helping

him with his divorce,” he said.

“He is a paramedic and a good hearted

man but he ends up accidentally sliding

onto the spreadsheet as he keeps accidentally

falling in to bed with her.”

Dubbed as the ‘nice guy’, Stephen said

he has some similarities with his romantic

character.

“I would like to think I am a nice guy like

him but he is more ‘fumbly’ than me,” he

said.

“I do know if my wife ever left me I would

probably be just as lost as him and I would

need someone to hold my hand and have

no clue if you swipe left or right on dating

apps.”

With a stellar supporting cast, Stephen

said it was a joyous experience filming the

show.

“I had so much fun with the cast like with

Robbie Magasiva… never worked with him

before but he is very handsome,” he said.

“Katrina Milosevic is a good friend of

mine and we get on like a house on fire

plus Ryan Shelton and Rowan Witt are very

classy comedy actors and good fun to be

around.”

With plenty of humour, Stephen said it

provides perfect light viewing.

“The characters are beautifully written,

so you can relate to them, but it is also ridiculously

hilarious,” he said.

“Katherine Parkinson is so good as the

lead and it is genuine belly laugh funny,

which is what you want in a comedy.”

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TV NEWS

Channel Seven held its Upfronts last

week with a few new shows coming our

way in 2022, along with plenty of returning

favourites. ‘The Voice’, ‘Big Brother’,

‘Big Brother: VIP’, ‘SAS: Australia’,

‘Farmer Wants A Wife’, and ‘Dancing

with the Stars: All Stars’ will return, while

‘The Voice: Generations’, ‘Australia’s Got

Talent’ and ‘Australian Idol’ will also get

a run. A new-look ‘My Kitchen Rules’ will

land on screens next year as well as renovation

spin-off ‘Apartment Rules’. ‘Home

and Away’ is back of course, and Seven

will also air new factual series’ ‘Strike

Force’ and ‘Code 1: Minute by Minute’.

Seven will be home to the Winter

Olympics and Winter Paralympics in Beijing

next year, and they’ll also broadcast

the XXII Commonwealth Games from

Birmingham, England. Seven also have

rights to the AFL, Supercars Championships,

52 weeks of elite horse racing and

the NFL Super Bowl on February 13.

While plenty of shows are returning

next year, there’s several shows still up

in air including ‘Holey Moley’, ‘RFDS’,

‘Ultimate Tag’ and ‘Australia: Now and

FEBRUARY 13

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be made in the coming months but don’t

be surprised if they’re all shelved.

NFL SUPER BOWL, SEVEN

Following the success of ‘Hey Hey it’s

50 Years’, Channel Seven is keen for more

‘Hey Hey’ nostalgic specials from Daryl

and the gang. 1.2 million viewers tuned in

to last week’s episode, beating everything

including ‘The Block’ and ‘Celebrity MasterChef’.

Now Seven want a part two and

perhaps some content for 7plus as well.

and Jessica Mauboy as well as host Sonia

Kruger are all returning in 2022.

Hugely popular ABC series ‘The

Sound’ will return on Sunday, November

7 at 5.30pm. ‘The Sound’, which launched

last year, is a live music program that

showcases Australian artists to a national

audience.

Netflix psychological thriller ‘You’ has

been renewed for a fourth season.

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It’s been confirmed ‘The Voice’ coaches

Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian

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6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 10:00

Four Corners 11:00 Antiques Roadshow

12:00 ABC News 1:00 Grantchester (M l,v)

2:00 Parliament Question Time 3:15 ABC

News 4:05 Escape From The City 5:05

Grand Designs Australia (PG) 6:00 The

Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:05 The

Greek Islands With Julia Bradbury 8:30 Big

Deal (M l) 9:25 Just Between Us (PG) 10:35

ABC Late News 10:50 The Business 11:05

Q&A 12:10 TBA 1:40 Midsomer Murders (M)

5:30 Escape To The

Country 6:30 Bargain

Hunt 7:30 Pie In The

Sky: The Policeman’s Daughter

(PG) 8:30 Lewis (M v) 10:30

Without A Trace (M d,v) 12:30

Mighty Ships (PG) 1:30 The

Real Seachange 2:00 Escape

To The Country

6:00 100% Wolf 6:30

Are You Tougher Than

Your Ancestors? 7:00

Horrible Histories 7:35 Doctor

Who (PG) 8:25 Teenage

Mutant Ninja Turtles (PG) 8:55

The Fairly OddParents 9:20

Find Me In Paris 9:45 School

Of Rock (PG) 10:10 rage (PG)

TV Guide: October 26 - November 1

Your guide to the week’s television viewing

6:00 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30

Seven Morning News 12:00 Movie: “A

Father’s Choice” (M) (’00) Stars: Peter

Strauss 2:00 Code Blue - Murder (M v) 3:00

The Chase UK (PG) 4:00 Seven News At 4

5:00 The Chase Australia (PG) 6:00 Seven

News 7:00 Home And Away (PG) 7:30 SAS

Australia (M) 9:15 Unbelievable Moments

Caught On Camera (M) 10:15 S.W.A.T. (M)

11:15 The Latest Seven News 11:45 The

Goldbergs (M v) 12:00 God Friended Me (M)

4:00 The Mike & Cole

Show (PG) 4:30

Highway Thru Hell (PG)

5:30 Storage Wars Texas (PG)

6:00 American Pickers (PG)

7:00 Pawn Stars (PG) 7:30

Highway Patrol (PG) 8:30

Aussie Salvage Squad (PG)

10:30 Outback Truckers (PG)

4:00 Afternoon Briefing

5:00 ABC News Hour

6:00 ABC Evening

News 7:00 ABC National News

8:00 ABC News Tonight 8:45

The Business 9:00 ABC Nightly

News 9:25 7.30 10:00 The

World 11:00 The Drum 12:00

ABC Late News

5:00 The Simpsons

(PG) 6:00 Futurama

(PG) 6:30 The

Simpsons (PG) 7:30 Family

Guy (M s) 8:00 American Dad

(M s) 8:30 Movie: “Step

Brothers” (MA15+) (’08) Stars:

John C Reilly 10:40 Movie:

“The Campaign” (M l,s) (’12)

5:55 Octonauts 6:20

Bluey 7:00 Dino Dana

7:30 Spicks And

Specks 8:30 Adam Hills: The

Last Leg (M) 9:10 Ghosts (M)

9:40 This Time With Alan

Partridge (PG) 10:10 Frayed

(MA15+) 11:00 Doctor Who

(PG)

6:00 Today 9:00 Today Extra (PG) 11:30

NINE’s Morning News 12:00 The Block (PG)

1:15 Explore 1:30 Good Food Kitchen 2:00

Pointless (PG) 3:00 Tipping Point (PG) 4:00

NINE’s Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot

Seat 6:00 NINE News 7:00 A Current Affair

(PG) 7:30 The Block (PG) 8:40 Love Island

Australia (M) 9:40 Travel Guides (PG) 10:40

NINE News Late 11:10 Damian Lewis - Spy

Wars: Trojan Horse (M v) 12:05 Tipping

Point (PG) 1:00 A Current Affair (PG)

5:30 Music Voyager

(PG) 6:00 Pete And

Pio’s Kai Safari (PG)

6:30 Family Rules (PG) 7:30

The Point 8:00 Living Black (M)

8:30 Benji (M d) 9:55 Paradise

Soldiers (PG) 10:50 Josephine

Baker: Story Of An Awakening

(M n)

6:00 Bake With Anna

Olson 6:30 Nigella

Feasts 7:00 The Cook

Up With Adam Liaw 7:30 Giada

Entertains 8:00 David Rocco’s

Dolce Africa 8:30 John

Torode’s Korean Food Tour

9:30 Luke Nguyen’s Greater

Mekong

6:00 The Talk 7:00 Judge Judy (PG) 7:30

The Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 8:00

Studio 10 (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (M) 1:00 The

Dog House Australia (PG) 2:00 Entertainment

Tonight 2:30 Farm To Fork 3:00

Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 My Market Kitchen

4:00 Everyday Gourmet 4:30 The Bold And

The Beautiful (PG) 5:00 10 News First 6:30

The Project (PG) 7:30 The Dog House

Australia (PG) 8:30 The Cheap Seats (M l)

9:25 NCIS: Los Angeles (M v)

3:00 Diagnosis Murder

(PG) 5:00 JAG (PG)

7:00 Bondi Rescue

(PG) 7:30 Football: Matildas v

Brazil *Live* 10:30 NCIS: New

Orleans (M v) 12:30 Home

Shopping 2:00 Movie: “The

Legend Of Zorro” (M v) (’05)

Stars: Catherine Zeta-Jones

5:35 Shortland Street

(PG) 6:05 RocKwiz (M

s) 7:05 Jeopardy! (PG)

7:30 NITV News Update 7:35 8

Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

(M l,s) 8:30 Alone (M)

9:45 Stacey Dooley Sleeps

Over (M) 10:35 The Devil You

Know (MA15+)

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1:00 The Big Bang

Theory (PG) 1:30

Seinfeld (PG) 3:00 The

King Of Queens (PG) 4:00

Becker (PG) 5:00 Frasier (PG)

6:00 Friends (PG) 6:30

Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Friends

(PG) 8:00 The Big Bang

Theory (PG) 9:30 Mom (M d,s)

6:00 The Nanny (PG)

6:30 3rd Rock From The

Sun (PG) 7:00 That 70’s

Show (PG) 7:30 Movie: “The

Adjustment Bureau” (M l) (’11)

Stars: Matt Damon 9:30 Movie:

“Snowpiercer” (MA15+) (’13)

Stars: Chris Evans 12:00 State

Of Affairs (M)

5:30 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:05

The Story Of The Songs 3:00 Where Are

You Really From? (PG) 3:40 The Cook Up

With Adam Liaw (PG) 4:10 Secrets Of The

Railway (PG) 5:05 Jeopardy! (PG) 5:30

Letters And Numbers 6:00 Mastermind 6:30

SBS World News 7:30 Great Canadian

Railroad Journeys(M) 8:30 Insight 9:30

Dateline 10:00 The Feed 10:30 SBS World

News 11:00 The Point 11:30 Before We Die

(M d,l,v) (In Swedish) 12:35 The A Word (M)

4:00 Lawn & Order

4:30 Garage Gold 5:00

100 Day Dream Home

6:00 House Hunters International

7:00 House Hunters

USA 7:30 Escape To The

Chateau: Make Do And Mend

8:30 Restoration Man (PG)

9:30 Building Off The Grid (PG)

5:30 The Secret Life Of

The Zoo (PG) 6:30

Antiques Roadshow

7:30 New Tricks (PG) 8:40

Movie: “The Moonraker” (G)

(’58) Stars: Sylvia Syms 11:15

Law & Order: Criminal Intent

(M v) 12:10 Chicago Justice

(M)

6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 10:00

Don’t Stop The Music 11:00 Monty Don’s

French Gardens 12:00 ABC News 12:30

National Press Club Address 1:35 Media

Watch (PG) 2:00 Parliament Question Time

3:15 ABC News 4:05 Escape From The City

5:05 Grand Designs Australia (PG) 6:00 The

Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Hard

Quiz (PG) 8:30 Gruen 9:05 Frayed (MA15+)

9:55 Back (MA15+) 10:20 Adam Hills: The

Last Leg (M) 11:00 ABC Late News

3:00 DVine Living (PG)

3:30 Medical Emergency

(PG) 4:30

M*A*S*H (PG) 5:30 Escape To

The Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt

7:30 The Vicar Of Dibley (PG)

8:50 A Touch Of Frost (M n,v)

11:00 Bones (M v) 2:00 Home

Shopping

6:00 100% Wolf 6:30

Are You Tougher Than

Your Ancestors? 7:00

Horrible Histories 7:35 Doctor

Who (PG) 8:25 Lost In Oz 8:45

Danger Mouse 9:00 The Fairly

OddParents 9:20 Find Me In

Paris 9:45 School Of Rock

(PG) 10:10 rage (PG)

6:00 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30

Seven Morning News 12:00 Movie: “Her

Last Will” (M v) (’16) Stars: Rya Kihlstedt

2:00 Code Blue - Murder (M v) 3:00 The

Chase UK (PG) 4:00 Seven News At 4 5:00

The Chase Australia (PG) 6:00 Seven News

7:00 Home And Away (PG) 7:30 Highway

Patrol (PG) 8:30 America’s Got Talent (PG)

10:30 The Latest Seven News 11:00

Chicago Fire: (M) 12:00 The Windsors

(M l,s) 12:30 Home Shopping

3:30 Blokesworld (PG)

4:00 Al McGlashan’s

Fish’n With Mates (PG)

4:30 Highway Thru Hell (PG)

5:30 Storage Wars Texas (PG)

6:00 American Pickers (PG)

7:00 Pawn Stars (PG) 8:30

Storage Wars (PG) 9:30 Desert

Collectors (PG)

4:00 Afternoon Briefing

5:00 ABC News Hour

6:00 ABC Evening

News 7:00 ABC National News

8:00 ABC News Tonight 8:45

The Business 9:00 ABC Nightly

News 9:30 7.30 10:00 The

World 11:00 The Drum 12:00

ABC Late News 12:30 The Mix

5:00 The Simpsons

(PG) 6:00 Futurama

(PG) 6:30 American

Dad (PG) 7:00 The Simpsons

(PG) 7:30 Family Guy (M s)

8:00 American Dad (M s,v)

8:30 Movie: “The Rookie”

(M l,s,v) (’90) Stars: Charlie

Sheen

7:00 Dino Dana 7:30

Spicks And Specks

8:00 Would I Lie To

You? (PG) 8:30 Art Works 9:00

Australia’s Lost Impressionist

(PG) 10:00 Doctor Who (PG)

10:50 Restoration Australia

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ACROSS

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5. Clear away mess (4,2)

9. Comprehends

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7. Twelve-month-old horse

8. Spotted pattern (5,3)

11. Notion

15. Financial hardship

17. Gulls & terns (3,5)

18. Hard Italian cheese

20. Game, hide & ...

21. Discreet

22. Mishit in snooker

23. Lavish dinners

26. Velocity

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2. What was the title of The

Beatles’ first studio album,

released in 1963?

3. The Beatles appeared in

four fictionalised movies.

What was the first?

4. True or false: The Beatles

have won more Grammy

Awards than any other band

in history?

5. Which Beatle crossed Abbey

Road first?

6. Who was the first Beatle to

get married?

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AUBURN

Auburn Central, Queen St, Auburn

Auburn Library, Civic Place, 1 Susan St, Auburn

Auburn Service Centre, 1 Susan St, Auburn

Primewest Megamall, 265 Parramatta Rd, Auburn

BAULKHAM HILLS

Baulkham Hills Shopping Centre, 375-383 Windsor Rd, Baulkham Hills

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Carlingford Fruit World, 220 Carlingford Rd, Carlingford

Carlingford Library, Lloyds Ave, Carlingford

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Constitution Hill Branch Library, 20 Hollis St, Constitution Hill

DUNDAS

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DUNDAS VALLEY

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EASTWOOD

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HOMEBUSH WEST

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LIDCOMBE

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Coolibah Hotel, 15-25 Sherwood Rd, Merrylands

Merrylands Library, Corner of Miller St & Newman St, Merrylands

Merrylands RSL, 8/12 Miller St, Merrylands

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Sergio’s Cake Shop, Stockland Mall, Merrylands

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Peter Wynn Store, 197 Church St, Parramatta

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Pendle Hill Newsagency, 140 Pendle Way, Pendle Hill

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Silly Solly’s - Homemaker Prospect, 19 Stoddart Rd, Prospect

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RYDALMERE

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Wentworthville Shopping Village, 336 Great Western Hwy, Wentworthville

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Uniting Westmead, 1 Caroline St, Westmead

Westmead Coles, 29-33 Darcy Rd, Westmead

WINSTON HILLS

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At the movies...

PREVIEW

PREVIEW

The Scary Of Sixty-First Antlers

1 hour, 21 minutes 1 hour, 39 minutes

parra news » Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Arcadia has just released the official

trailer for ‘The Scary Of Sixty-First’.

Directed and written by Dasha Nekrasova

and starring Nekrasova, Betsey

Brown, Madeline Quinn and Mark

Rapaport, the contemporary horror

is set to arrive in Australian cinemas

nationally on December 16.

Horrific real-world news story

becomes giallo-inspired horror in

this gleefully deranged interrogation

of our conspiracy-fuelled, edge

lord-filled times. 20-something New

Yorkers Addie (Brown) and Noelle

(Quinn) can’t believe their luck when

they find an apartment in their price

range in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Of course, there’s a catch, and it’s not

the food left to rot in the cupboard or

the blood-stained mattresses. As they

soon learn, the flat used to belong to the

late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein – and

absolutely nothing good can come from

staying there, stewing in the paranoiac,

malevolent doom he left behind.

The film will be in cinemas on

December 16.

From the visionary world of acclaimed

director Scott Cooper and horror maestro

Guillermo del Toro comes ‘Antlers’.

In an isolated Oregon town, a middleschool

teacher (Keri Russell) and her

sheriff brother (Jesse Plemons) become

embroiled with her enigmatic student

(Jeremy T. Thomas) whose dark secrets

lead to terrifying encounters with a

legendary ancestral creature who came

before them.

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by Nick Antosca.

‘Antlers’ hits cinemas on October 28.

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Tuesday, October 26 2021

Time to get your motor running!

NATHAN TAYLOR

Sydney Motorsport Park will be the

place to be over the next month

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engines throughout lockdown.

Supercars will return to racing in

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weekends of racing to be held at Sydney

Motorsport Park, starting this Friday,

October 29.

The Eastern Creek track’s various

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used over the next four weekends to

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Australia.

After a four-month hiatus due to COVID

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a bang for fans prior to the season ending

Bathurst 1000.

The grand finale for 2021 is now a sixday

event, starting on November 30 and

finishing on December 5.

Dubbed the Sydney Cup, multiple races

will be held at night over the next four

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best show ever seen at Sydney Motorsport

Park.

“What an exciting five-week period for

motorsport in NSW with five spectacular

events to round out the 2021 Supercars

Championship season,” Minister for

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“Sydney Motorsport Park is a worldclass

venue and the NSW Government’s

investment in permanent lights has

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to enjoy two weeks of thrilling night

racing at Eastern Creek.”

Supercars CEO Sean Seamer said it’s

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