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Expressions of Interest for
Managing the Griffin Centre
The Government is calling for Expressions of Interest from
community based organisations to manage the Griffin Centre
in the City. The guidelines and other information for completing
submissions may be downloaded from the Government s
or telephone John Dowse on 62071053.
The organisation selected to manage the Griffin Centre will
have a specific focus on the effective and proper management
of the Centre with a view to delivering services and benefits to
Organisations responding to this Expression of Interest must be:
• A not for profit non-government organisation (an organisation
which provides services to the community by employees or
volunteers, either as individuals or connected with a variety of
businesses and charitable organisations, which operate across
a wide range of industries. Services typically include those
activities which assist or support members or the community
in personal functioning as individuals or as members of the
wider community); and
• An association incorporated under the Associations
Incorporation Act 1991 (ACT).
One of the more important criteria that the managing
organisation must demonstrate is the capacity to manage
the multi-purpose community tenancies within the Griffin
Centre to maximise their use and provide additional services
to the community. This includes the ability and a demonstrated
capacity to manage the range of meeting rooms and other areas
for functions and for public hire. Other functions will include:
• Coordinating and monitoring the cleaning of common areas --
this includes the provision of hygiene services.
• Public safety and building security -- this will include enabling
access for tradesman and other contractors to undertake
maintenance and monitoring of the building management
systems, including CCTV monitoring and control.
• Arranging building maintenance.
The closing date for submissions is Friday 19 August 2011 at
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A Noteworthy program
Canberra Symphony Orchestra's Kyle Daniel and Justin Bullock play during the Noteworthy Classical
Music Program at Llewellyn Hall on Wednesday.
Picture: Lannon Harley
THE ANU's Llewellyn Hall opened
its doors to local schools this past
week, with close to 10,000 students
taking part in a Canberra Symphony
Orchestra music education program.
Now five-years-old, Noteworthy
is the only program of its kind in
Australia, offering free interactive
concerts, workshops and teaching
resources for staff and students from
almost half of the ACT's schools.
One of Australia's leading music
education conductors Warwick
Potter picked up the baton for
Noteworthy for the first time and
found it an enjoyable experience.
''It (Noteworthy) offers a real,
tangible and practical experience to
learning,'' he said.
''It's engaging and interesting,
and it makes classical music very
fun and enjoyable -- as I believe it
''It's also a very inclusive
program. We have activities catering
for children from three to 18 years of
age, there's also an outreach
program for people with a physical
and intellectual disabilities.''
Man sought in 1970s Bilski case
THE NSW Government is offering a
$100,000 reward for information leading
to the arrest and conviction of those
responsible for the death of Queanbeyan's
Danuta Bilski in the 1970s.
The 38-year-old mother of two was
killed while she worked in her Disposal
Store in Queanbeyan on June 29, 1979.
On Monday detectives issued a COM-
FIT image of a man seen at a Disposal
Store on Crawford Street about 11.45am
on that day.
He is described as being about 40 years
of age, with brown collar-length hair,
wearing a dark coloured, heavy woollen
'Battle style jacket'
at the time (close
fitting to the waist,
open at the front).
A male of similar
description was re-
portedly seen to
leave the vicinity of
the store at about
11.55am on June
29, 1979, carrying a
long thin object wrapped in cloth. Police
would like to speak with the man depicted
in the COMFIT image in relation to this
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