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ACT S LARGEST BIKE SHOP
Sun ......... 10:00-3:00
OPEN 7 DAYS
70 Newcastle St,
PUSHYS LANDS THE NEW
taking Ladies Bikes to a new level!
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Enrol online now -- www.cada.net.au
Phone 1300 908 905
Yes, it s true! Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art is
opening after-school drama classes in Weston on
Fridays, starting Feb 3rd. From littlies through to teens,
those in the district now have access to high quality
drama training at an affordable price.
But if Weston s a little out of the way for you,
don t be dismayed - we also have
classes in Calwell, Curtin, Narrabundah,
Melba, Conder, Forrest, Macquarie and
Canberra's leading drama
school is coming to WESTON!
nty-five year warra
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All buildings suit wind zone
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Offer applies to RRP of kit only. Delivery to site
not included. Photos for illustration purposes only.
This Feb, you get the 29th
as a free bonus day PLUS
Shedtastic savings on
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barn, rural & commercial
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T RRP: $3968
oller door, 1 PA door & 1 window
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cific kit includes 2 roller doors
Double Garage with
sale! Ends Feb 29!
Plus garden sheds
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21 Whyalla Street, Fyshwick - Phone: 6280 4010
Scott Sio at the
raised more than
$6000 this year
The Great Aussie Day Breakfast has
served up a record donation this
ActewAGL and the Fyshwick
Fresh Food Markets have thanked
the community for raising more than
$6000 for Camp Quality.
The breakfast has been providing
Canberrans with a free community
barbecue for more than a decade.
This year some 4000 Territorians
kick-started their Australia Day with
ActewAGL spokesman Paul
Walshe said it was the most money
the event had ever raised.
''It shows true Aussie spirit to
have so many people donating to this
worthwhile charity,'' he said.
Camp Quality fundraising man-
ager Heidi Bock said the funds
would go to local recreation
programs that helped bring fun and
optimism to the lives of children and
their families living with cancer.
''This donation will see seven
children and their companions put
cancer on the back-seat while they
enjoy a fun-filled camp with bellies
full of laugher,'' she said.
''We really appreciate this
donation and thank ActewAGL,
Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets and
Canberra Milk for helping Camp
Quality make laughter the best
medicine for children and families
living with cancer in ACT.''
The crowd at this year's breakfast
consumed more than 4500 sausages,
40 kilograms of onions, 250 loaves
of bread and 4000 pieces of fruit.
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