Lambton & New Lambton Local October 2017

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Labor strengthens Council numbers September’s election for the City of Newcastle has been run and won. Of a total voter enrolment of 27,345 people in Ward 3 (Lambton, New Lambton, Kotara, Georgetown and Waratah areas) 22,229 ballots were counted. That’s a voter turnout of 81.29 %. If you are the one in five people whose name wasn’t marked on the roll as having voted you can expect a fine of $55 from the Electoral Commission. That’s more than $280,000 in fines on its way to the Electoral Commission from Ward 3 alone! The Labor Party’s Nuatali Nelmes was reelected as lord mayor with a convincing 38,698 or 42.57% of the first preference

votes. Her nearest rival, Independent Kath Elliott, received 18,925 or 20.82% of first preferences. Ms Elliott was subsequently elected as a Councillor for Ward 2. Across the city’s four wards six of the 12 Councillors-elect are from the Labor Party ticket, handing the Lord Mayor a coveted outright majority. “Labor has not had a majority on Council since Joy Cummings was Lord Mayor in the 1970s. Voters have overwhelming endorsed our vision for the City and our track record of delivery.” Nuatali Nelmes said in a statement. “During the last term of Council a number (continued page 2)

Your Ward 3 Councillors, re-elected Ward 3 Councllors Declan Clausen (ALP) at top, Andrea Rufo (Independent) middle and newly elected Peta Winney-Baartz (ALP) bottom

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(from page 1) of hard decisions had to be made about the Council’s finances and Council’s vision for our city. Voters have respected that those were tough decisions and I am encouraged by their support.” the lord mayor added. For the first time ever Ward 3 will be represented by two Labor Councillors during this term. Joining the re-elected Councillors Declan Clausen (ALP) and Independent Andrea Rufo is Peta Winney Baartz. Councillor Winney Baartz would be known to many local families through her work as an educator at New Lambton District OOSH (before and after school care).


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Online tennis bookings ace Lambton Park Tennis Club has recently installed an online booking and payment system that does away with the old system of picking up and returning keys and cash payments in envelopes. The new system allows you to book one or more of the Club’s three synthetic courts instantly from your smart phone or home computer. Once you book and pay online through the secure Tennis Australia payment system an access code is sent to your phone or email. This code allows access to the courts for 10 minutes before and after your allotted booking. Paul Warwick from Lambton Park Tennis Club says the system has worked really well to date and has already shown an increase in court bookings. The system cost $12,000 to install of which Lambton Park Tennis Club and Tennis Australia each paid half. Court hire is very reasonably priced at $12 per hour in the daytime or $17 per hour under lights. To check court availablility and to book go to: www.

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SWIMMING CLUB Daylight Savings! COME AND JOIN US! Established in 1962 at Lambton Swimming Centre, our club is family orientated and we encourage swimmers of all abilities to enjoy both the social and competitive aspects of swimming Central’s 2017/2018 swimming season will run from Friday 13th October 2017 through to Friday 23rd March 2018. Race nights are on a Friday night commencing at 6pm. Swimmers coming to the club for the first time are permitted to swim two club nights for FREE before joining

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Jaymie Lea Davidson and Coby Lomas at the Hunter Regional athletics carnival Lambton Public School students Jaymie Lea Davidson and Coby Lomas competed at the Hunter Region Athletics Carnival at Glendale in early September. Jaymie Lea competed in the Girls 13 Years 100m event and Coby Lomas competed in both the Boys 11 Years 100 and 200m events. They competed against runners from right across the Hunter region vying for a coveted position at the state carnival. The competition was extremely competitive. Jaymie Lea came first in her event and Coby came first in both of his events. They will now both travel to Homebush to compete in the PSSA State Athletics Championships at Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre at Homebush on the 18 and 19 October. Well done Jaymie Lea and Coby. Everyone wishes you success at the State Championships.


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Food & Wine Weekend at Lambton Park Celebrated chefs from Newcastle and the Hunter Valley will gather on Saturday 4 November at Lambton Park to host Newcastle’s Charity Grazing Luncheon in support of local charity Soul Café. The event is the centrepiece of the two day Newcastle Food & Wine Weekend presented by renowned chefs Robert Molines (Bistro Molines), Troy Rhoades-Brown (Muse Kitchen, Muse Restaurant), Chris Thornton (Restaurant Mason), Lesley Taylor (Hobarts), Tim Montgomery (Eat Rascal), Tom Robinson (Eat Rascal) and Samuel Alexander (Reserve). The luncheon will serve up some phenomenal food through the combined culinary flare and passion of these chefs. Sit amongst like-minded foodies and enjoy a grazing feast to remember, accompanied by Hunter Valley wines and celebrate what our amazing region has to offer. “I recently got to know both Rick and Sue from Soul Café. Their work is beyond admirable” said Newcastle Food & Wine Weekend founder Jessica Eckford-Aguilera. “To be able to give back for such an amazing local organisation only makes the event more significant. I

Seven of our region’s most renowned chefs will create a meal to remember at the Grazing Luncheon in support of Soul Cafe am so blessed to have such a great line up of renowned local chefs who have generously donated their time to be a part of this luncheon. We are honoured to have Sean Redpath from McGrath Newcastle as head auctioneer on the day, auctioning some wonderful (continued on next page)

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prizes donated by local businesses for the benefit of Soul Café.” Jessica added. It’s all about celebrating local food, wine and culinary talent, while enjoying the beautiful setting of Lambton Park, all within the Newcastle Food and Wine Weekend experience. The Newcastle Food & Wine Weekend runs Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 November. For full details see www. Only 400 seats are available for the luncheon. Tickets for the luncheon and other events can be purchased online. Lambton & New Lambton Local has 10 family passes including general admission for two adults and two children including access to Newcastle and the Hunter’s top food and wine producers, dessert bars, the children’s area and live entertainment on either the Saturday or Sunday (General admission does not include the Charity Grazing Luncheon or Sunday Session). Each family pass is valued at $40. For a chance to win a family pass text your name and suburb and whether you would like to attend on Saturday or Sunday to 0404 474 261 by Monday 16 October. Winners will be announced in next month’s issue.


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Firies take on Sydney Tower for MND On Saturday 14 October eight members of NSW Fire & Rescue 357 Lambton crew will climb Sydney Tower Eye along with hundreds of other firefighters as quickly as possible in full fire fighting equipment to raise money and awareness for Motor Neurone Disease (MND). The team, which has used the McDonald Jones Stadium stairs for their training, will race to climb all 1504 stairs (98 floors) of the tower carrying an additional 20kg of gear. It will be a gruelling challenge, but nothing compared to the challenge patients with MND face every day. MND is a progressive, terminal neurological disease. MND affects the nerve cells (neurones) controlling the muscles that enable us to move, speak, breathe and swallow, causing them the degenerate and die. A person’s senses and intellect are not affected. The team is holding a fundraising sausage sizzle at Bunnings Kotara on Friday 6 October. To sponsor the team go to and search for ‘Lambton’. Every dollar raised will directly support vital MND research at Macquarie University’s MND Research Centre.

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Our local firefighters raising money for Motor Nerone Disease are (front to back) Ryan Agland, Michael Mifsud, Darren Maxwell, Greg Glass and Michael Tully. Others taking part not in photo, Chris Baggs, Simon Rostron and Beau Hancock.

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Congratulations to Rebekah Gray of Spruce Street North Lambton who was last month’s quiz winner. Your $40 Lambton Grocer voucher has been posted to you. Last month’s mystery photo was New Lambton Newsagency/Post Office. You’ll find the answers to this month’s question within the pages of this issue. Question 1 Which local school is holding its ‘Friendship Fete’ on Friday 20 October? Question 2 What Battalion was Jack Burnley assigned to when he enlisted in 1916? Question 3 Name the three Ward 3 Councillors elected recently to serve on Newcastle City Council? Question 4 What is the cost per hour to hire a court during the day at Lambton Park Tennis Club? Question 5 How many stairs are there in Sydney Tower? Question 6 When is the Newcastle Food & Wine Weekend being held? Question 7 What building is pictured below?




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If the letterbox pictured above is yours, you’ve won a $30 open order from Jarrett’s Quality Meats in Elder Street Lambton. To claim your prize simply call in to the shop and show some ID with your address on it to the team at Jarrett’s Quality Meats. You had better hurry though. The prize must be claimed by Monday 9 October or you will miss out. Last month’s prize was claimed by the lucky residents of 2 Water Street, North Lambton (see letter below)

Letter to Editor... Thank you to the Lambton & New Lambton Local and Jarrett’s Quality Meats for the Lucky Letter box competition. We were the lucky September winners and our first visit to Jarrett’s certainly won’t be our last. Jarrett’s first place in the “Sausage King” awards is most definitely deserved but there is also a great range of other fresh, quality meats. Well done to the team at “The Local”. Your work is greatly appreciated and the monthly mag contributes to the feeling of community in our area. It’s great to see local businesses supporting the community and for the community to be returning that support. Kind regards The Cafe Family - Water Street, North Lambton

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VALE Fay Walls 12-9-1932 to 7-9-2017

“The gentle woman of netball” Fay Walls lived her whole life in the Lambton area. She married Ronald (Charger) Walls (dec’d) and had three children, Jennifer, Peter and Michelle. Fay joined the Committee of the Lambton Basketball Club in 1970 – before the name change to West Leagues Netball Club in February, 1971. Fay was a member of West Leagues Netball Club for 35 years and held many positions on the Executive Committee. Life Membership of WLNC was bestowed on Fay in 1980 and she was the recipient of a Special Service Award in 1992 for her 23 years of service to that point. She was elected president in 1986 and held that position for 28 years until 2004. Fay coached the West Leagues Netball Rosellas Team for 20 years and on many occasions she would coach a second team as well. In June 1997 she was the winner of the Wests Community Member of the month award and at the end of that year she was named West Community Member.



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Fay was at the WLNC courts three afternoons every week helping out with any duty and enquiry required – such as registrations, organising uniforms and the like. On Saturdays she would arrive at the Newcastle courts in time for the first game at 9.30 a.m. and would not leave until the last game late into the afternoon – she would see every West game that was being played which involved a lot of walking from Union Street side to the Parkway Ave side. Fay was always there to listen to any players’ or parents’ problem. Her advice was keenly sought after by many players and officials. Her dedication to netball was outstanding and she was the foundation for the strong and successful West Leagues Netball Club that exists today. When the netball uniforms changed or the players outgrew theirs, Fay would make most of the uniforms herself. At her business, the players would visit for a measure and return the next day to be fitted with the uniform itself. At the clubhouse, to this day, we still have in use many sets of pinnies that were made by Fay. Fay emphasised that she continued to be involved because she loved netball and she loved being involved with girls – during this time – she also ran a successful business “The Baby Shop” in Elder Street, Lambton and carried out the day to day duties of a wife, mother and grandmother. Her dedication to netball was outstanding, and she will always be remembered and honoured for her dedication and commitment to West Leagues Netball Club and netball in general.

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T John’s Primary School Lambton promotes academic excellence in a supportive and safe environment, and encourages all students to pursue their highest levels of performance and achievement. St John’s is a community of welcoming, belonging and connectedness. The school motto “Love One Another’ underpins student, staff and family involvement in the school, the parish and the local Lambton community. Students at St John’s participate in a multitude of learning experiences. A qualified music teacher delivers a comprehensive music, dance and drama program to all students on a weekly basis. A range of sports are offered both internally and externally with students competing at representative level in sports including swimming, athletics, crosscountry, netball, soccer, basketball and touch football.

multiple learning platforms. St John’s utilises iPads, Windows and Mac laptops and a variety of other tools to engage learners. Learning at St John’s is underpinned by teaching methods and spaces that are engaging and adaptable. The learning environment enables students to work in a variety of ways, to be social and collaborative, to do independent and project based work. Homework opportunities include access to online classrooms. Every student’s efforts are valued and whole school improvement underpins all teaching and learning at St John’s. Positive relationships are modelled and encouraged, and supported by the school focus on social and emotional development and proactive pastoral care. The tradition of Mercy underpins the Catholic identity, Vision, values and ethos of St John’s and enquiries are welcome.

Deep learning at St John’s extends beyond the boundaries of subject specific content and calls for a strong engagement with experiences and skills involving collaboration, communication, critical thinking, creativity and citizenship. Students are exposed to a wide range of technology and

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MS cure a wheely good cause Genevieve Nawrot of Hamilton North, along with two friends from the Newcastle Unicycle Group, will be riding their big wheeled unicycles from Sydney to Wollongong on the Sunday 5 November to raise funds for people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). Now in its 36th year, the MS Sydney to the Gong Ride is an epic, scenic ride that has seen tens of thousand of riders involved. MS often affects young people and gradually reduces their freedom to do all the things they want to do. “There is currently no cure for MS. I cannot imagine the impact such a diagnosis would have on a person’s life.” Gen told Lambton & New Lambton Local. A unicycle doesn’t free spin or coast like a bike, so Gen and friends will be pedalling the entire distance of the ride. Over the 58km course the wheel will rotate more than 20,000 times. “As far as I am aware, we are the only three unicyclists to be riding in a sea of bicyclists. If you would like to donate to this very worthy cause please google ‘MS Sydney to Gong’, click the official page and search ‘Genevieve Nawrot’ in the top right hand corner.” Gen said. If you see her out and about feel free to donate in cash or just say hello. Donations over $2 are tax deductible.

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China Week crosses cultures, countries and continents Newcastle China Week returns this month with a supersized festival that will feature something for everyone, especially around the Hamilton area. From enlightening business forums and global networking events, a night of noodle markets under the stars and a vibrant festival celebrating modern and traditional Chinese culture, traditions, food, art and travel, it will be a journey for both the mind and the senses. The initiative, led by the University of Newcastle’s Confucius Institute, will once again delight, inspire and entertain over 20,000 locals and visitors with its immersive program of events and valuable opportunities for cultural exchange. Cher Jones, University Director of Institution Relations for Greater China, said that the event was especially pertinent in our current climate given the economic, educational and cultural relationship the Hunter Region shares with the world’s second largest economy.

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starry marquee, or bring a picnic rug so you can kick back at beautiful Gregson Park and enjoy the night’s entertainment of music, dance and illuminated sights.

Cultural Festival - Sunday 15 October

Celebrations will conclude with a supersized festival, crossing countries, continents and cultures in Gregson Park, Hamilton. Hosted by special guest MC, SBS TV’s Trystan Go. This immersive, colourful and vibrant day out will include something for the whole family, with cooking demonstrations, tea ceremonies, karaoke, costume dress ups, pop-up markets, exciting entertainment and mouthwatering dining options. We welcome back Jin Wu Koon’s impressive freestyle lion dance on poles. In these performances, the lion jumps on poles up to 3 metres high and over distances up to 2 metres in length and is a spectacle not to be missed. For up to date details on Newcastle China Week activities visit newcastlechinaweek.

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Co-op sprouts new Hamilton outlet Would you like to know how to eat healthier, support local farmers, reduce your grocery bill and better connect to your local community? The answer – become a member of the Beanstalk Organic Food Cooperative. The Beanstalk is a notfor-profit community organisation dedicated to supplying ethically grown and affordable organic produce. The Beanstalk operates a weekly stall each Tuesday from 4:307:00pm at St Andrew’s Church Hall, Mayfield. At the stall, members pick up their pre-ordered mixed fruit and vegetable box. There is also the opportunity to purchase extra food like eggs, milk, bread, flour and nuts. Recently, a new collection point, or ‘Beansprout’ has been set up in Hamilton in association with our The Commons in Beaumont St.

Annual membership is $40 and weekly boxes cost $25 ($23 concession). Often, produce is less expensive from the Beanstalk than the supermarket which is “really exciting,” says Michelle Roach, the stall coordinator. “Beanstalk prices are comparable to supermarket prices yet our produce is often fresher, healthier and more socially and environmentally responsible doesn’t get much better than that!” Michelle became a member shortly after moving to Newcastle in July 2011. She found the Beanstalk whilst searching for options around organic/local produce delivery to her home in Tighes Hill. Although the Beanstalk doesn’t yet deliver to homes, most members find the Tuesday evening shopping experience really enjoyable.

Michelle says “arriving at the Beanstalk after a long day of work is always such a lovely energising experience – kids running around playing, lots of smiling healthy people walking around eyeing off beautiful colourful produce.” The Beanstalk is constantly evolving trying to better meet member’s needs. They’re soon to launch an updated online ordering system and are investigating possibilities of further Beansprout collection points in other suburbs. You might even like to start one with a group of neighbours! Michelle says anyone interested in learning more is welcome to drop in any Tuesday evening. “Grab one of those smiling healthy looking people, they’ll be more than happy to give you the rundown on how the store and membership works.”

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PRDnationwide opens New Lambton office PRDnationwide Newcastle and Lake Macquarie has announced it will open a satellite village office at 75a Regent Street, New Lambton. Managing director Mark Kentwell said the new office is the agency’s fourth. He said it will make it even more convenient for local people to have PRD help them to buy, sell and rent smarter in this premier, booming suburb and surrounding suburbs. New Lambton will be the base for well-respected agents who are expert in the local area including Diana Apostolovski, Mathew Iuliano, Darren Wiggins and Brock Ward. Ms Apostolovski has lived in the area her entire life. “Our sophisticated systems and use of technology means all our agents are connected no matter the location so our New Lambton

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office is another hub for all your property enquiries across Newcastle and Lake Macquarie,” Mr Kentwell said. “The short distance from the CBD and its proximity to Blackbutt

Reserve, Westfield Kotara and John Hunter Hospital makes New Lambton and surrounding suburbs highly desirable and ripe for longterm investment.” Mr Kentwell said.

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That was then, this is now Jack Burnley

The photographs of Ralph Snowball are not only technically proficient, but are masterful in their choice of subject and composition. This month’s photograph, from 1908, was taken at the northern end of Regent St in New Lambton, looking towards Braye Park hill in the distance. In the background, two coal wagons of the Lambton colliery portray the wealth and scale of modern industrial coal mining. In the foreground, a horse, cart and wooden shed reveals a more humble employment. In the centre of the photo stands John Burnley, age 20, known to family and friends as Jack. A hand painted sign above him proclaims him as a bottle dealer, the artefacts of his trade arranged around him like a decorative picture frame. Bottle dealers collected empties from hotels and sold them on wherever a profit could be made. The word “licensed” a reminder that the “Bottle-ohs”, as they were called, had an unsavoury reputation and the state parliament felt the need to pass legislation in 1906 to regulate the industry.

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These were uncertain and sorrowful times for the Burnley family. Jack’s older brother had died in 1901 aged just 22. His father had died two years earlier in 1906. Jack, being the only son, was left to care for his widowed mother. War came to the world, and in January 1916, Jack enlisted in the army. He was assigned to the 34th Battalion as a bugler and embarked for Europe in November. Tragically, within a year, he was killed in the battle of Passchendaele on 12 October 1917, 100 years ago this month. One final detail to note in Snowball’s photographic portrait of Jack Burnley ... a bugle, perched atop the brake lever of the cart. A poignant foreshadowing of Jack’s untimely death on the battlefields of the Western front nine years later, it is also a reminder to us that the prosperity and safety we enjoy now, owes a measure of debt to the sacrifice of others back then. You can view these photos and more details at www.



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Above: J Burnley, Bottle Dealer, New Lambton, January 1908. Photo by Ralph Snowball. University of Newcastle, Cultural Collections


Below: The memorial inscription to Jack on the Burnley family headstone in Sandgate cemetery.



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This month in the news Compiled by Sjanie Griffiths using the resources of

Here are some news stories from around the local area for October down through the years: 1. from Newcastle Morning Herald & Miner’s Advocate of 31st October 1889; 2. from Newcastle Sun of 10th October 1944; 3. from Newcastle Sun of 3rd October 1949 1.


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High Notes Term 3 has been a significant period for the school in terms of community, leadership, cultural and sporting achievements. It also marks the end of formal schooling for our Year 12 students. As a group they have been great ambassadors of the school and the Lambton community and we wish them well in their examinations and future endeavours. During the term we held a number of fundraising events. The Year 10 Commerce class held Sales Stalls making a profit of $2,806 which will go to Soul Café, a service which provides hot meals and support to the highly disadvantaged people of the Newcastle region; and on Friday 18 August the Senior Student Body and SRC organised a fundraiser day for Lauren Parker, an elite athlete who seriously injured herself in the Ironman Australian Triathalon, raising $2,464.15. Thank you to the student body for raising these funds to support Lauren’s medical costs, ongoing rehabilitation and potential modifications to her home in the future. Our school leaders, Clare Corliss and Monique Rosser, were awarded The Minister’s Award for Excellence in Student Achievement by the Honourable Rob Stokes, Minister for Education. This Award is one of the highest honours awarded to students in NSW state schools. It is awarded to students who demonstrate academic excellence; sporting and/or cultural achievements; leadership skills; display values; and made significant contributions to the school community. Only forty students from the thousands of Year 12 students across the state are recognised with this honour each year. We also held a leadership luncheon to announce the 2017/18 Senior Leadership Body Executive. Congratulations to our newly appointed school captains, Sophie Carson and Riordan Davies, vice – captains Jasmine Stuart and Charlie Ekin, and senior prefects Cassandra Reilly and Nicholas Bright. The Music Department and students should be congratulated for the amazing performances at Lizottes. I would like to acknowledge the talented students and music staff for producing such a professional and entertaining experience. The event was very well supported by our Lambton community. Martin Rosser - Principal

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Matters by Brett Plumb Pharmacist at Piggott’s Pharmacy Lambton

World Heart Day

In late September we commemorated World Heart Day. This day was an opportunity for all people to take part in the world’s biggest intervention against cardiovascular disease (CVD). According to the World Heart Day organisation, any disease of the heart, vascular disease of the brain, or disease of the blood vessel is considered CVD. The most common cardiovascular diseases include coronary heart disease (e.g. heart attack) and cerebrovascular disease (e.g. stroke). Coronary heart disease (also called ischaemic heart disease) is

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Matters with Lisa Macklin of Dalton Partners Real Estate, New Lambton

Selling property in spring: advantage you!!

Across Australia, buyers have increasingly itchy feet and tingling bidding fingers! The motivation to make lifestyle decisions reaches its zenith in spring, traditionally acknowledged as the busiest and most robust season of the real estate sales year. If selling property is on the cards for you, procrastinate no longer! With interest rates at an all-time low, buyers are enjoying better access to funds at cheaper rates than ever before. Confidence in Numbers Naturally cautious, the Australian property investor


moves with the herd. When buyers sense competition around a property, they better perceive its value and have the confidence to bid with gusto. In short, buyers desire a property more because others also want to purchase it. Should the same property have little interest at rainy winter open for inspections or a poor auction attendance on a blustery day, buyers may quibble at paying a premium price. Lesson: selling while there’s high buyer enthusiasm can lead to a better sales result for you. Impressions Count Spring is sprung, a hint of the holiday season is in the sweet air, and the buyers are making plans for their year to come. Those with the goal of upsizing, downsizing or restructuring their investment portfolio by year’s end are ready to make decisions – so grab their attention by presenting your home at its best. Tidy the garden, freshen the paint and let the sunshine in. Spring shows off your home at its very best – not too hot, not too cold, just right! – and proves a perennially popular time to sell. Like the season of spring itself, competitive buyer behaviour fades as swiftly as it appears. If selling is on your agenda in the near future, now is the perfect time to call us if you are keen to bring your property to market.


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VET Chat by Dr Fiona Wallace of New Lambton Veterinary Clinic

Food for pets... Raw or processed?

We have noticed an increasing trend to feeding natural diets, as opposed to commercial pet foods, to our pets, especially dogs. As the effects of processed and junk food on our children become more publicised, so too the index of concern for pets eating a solely processed diet has increased. What is the best diet for our pets throughout all their life stages? Some vets passionately believe in an unprocessed raw food diet, while others equally passionately believe that animals are at risk of nutritional imbalances with

home prepared food. Fresh food supporters liken the argument to the breast milk vs formula debate (while we can go close, we can never improve or even equate to natural processes), while commercial food advocates argue that in our busy lives no-one has time to pay their pet’s diet the precise attention it needs. In a recent Vet Chat we warned of the risks of feeding bones to dogs, for example, slab fractures and enamel chipping. How can we assimilate all this advice into one healthy package for our furry friends? The advice of the Australian Veterinary Association is to ensure a balanced diet, and the extent to which that is natural vs commercially prepared will be up to you and your lifestyle. Our advice to local pet owners is this: (1) avoid the cheaper brands of commercial pet food; (2) there are some great home-made diets available as long as you can commit to consistency; (3) avoid large hard bones like femurs and marrow bones, but feel comfortable to feed chicken necks, chicken carcasses and lamb necks; (4) be especially vigilant with growing pups and kittens who have a high calcium and protein requirement; and mostly (5) provide variety to your pet, whether that involves a base of dry kibble with this and (non fatty) that, or a fully researched natural diet.


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HEALTH Matters with Sara Knight of The Gut Clinic

Food intolerance testing

I use food intolerance testing in my clinic frequently. I, and my clients, believe it to be the single most important tool in improving overall health, especially gut health. The test, based on a hair sample, allows each individual person to know what foods they should eat. Not the latest diet, not what their friends recommend but a list of foods that are best suited to their own unique body. Food intolerance testing is amazingly powerful as it takes the guesswork out of trying to figure out which foods you should and should not eat. This process can be especially challenging as intolerance is about load and threshold. It is not as much what you just ate that caused the tummy upset, itchy skin or brain fog, but what you have eaten over the last 3-5 days. You can eat a given food once and be fine, the next time though you have a reaction. This can be so frustrating! Then you don’t eat the dairy or the wheat, you may feel a bit better but not as good as you would like. Then you have another reaction. A food intolerance test gives you exact recommendations on the foods to eat. No more guessing, wondering or stressing. I test against over 500 different foods so you get the answers you need. Even better, eating the right foods is so powerful that you should start to feel better within days. Getting the food right is the first step in optimal gut health. Eating a wholesome variety of foods that are compatible to you means that your gut and the many bacteria living in your gut can get back to supporting your health, not undermining good gut, mental and skin health.


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Matters by Ronnie Wall of Wall Legal, New Lambton

What will happen to my super when I die?

When you die the Trustee of your super fund decides on the dependants who receive your super. Many people are blissfully unaware that their entire super, which may include life insurance, is up for grabs amongst the people they leave behind. Under superannuation law, the Trustee of your fund has the discretion and obligation to use this power. You may say to yourself, I have nominated my beneficiaries, but is your decision binding? Two cases have recently received media coverage, where it appears that the Trustee has made a decision which may not have been the wishes of the deceased person. The first relates to a person who passed away leaving

two young children. Despite having a Will appointing an Executor and beneficiary, which would have subsequently provided for his two young daughters, the Trustee paid the majority of the benefits in the fund to a woman with whom he had a comparatively new relationship. The Trustee found that the woman had been living in a domestic relationship with the deceased for nine months. The Trustee awarded the woman 78% of the benefit, with the remaining benefit paid to his children. You have to ask yourself is this what he would have wanted? The second relates to a man jailed over the dangerous driving that killed his girlfriend. After serving six months of a two year sentence, the offender was released. The deceased person had nominated her parents and sisters as beneficiaries of her superannuation however, the Trustee found that the deceased and the offender had been living in a domestic relationship at the time of her death, which the family disputed, and despite the fact that he was charged with her death he was awarded $200,000. You may have nominated your beneficiaries but have you made a Binding Death Nomination? Don’t allow the Trustee of your superannuation fund to make decisions on your behalf. These two cases highlight the reason why you should receive professional Estate Planning advice, as your superannuation does not form part of your estate when you make a Will. You should put steps in place to protect the people you love.

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Matters by Lee Clements of Sensom Health & Wellbeing

Zero gravity freedom

Last month I shared my belief of how significant yoga can be in helping you feel better about yourself (thoughts endorsed by several articles in the Herald in the last few weeks!). Since publication of my article a number of clients have commented on how yoga has certainly made a difference but that since they also added floating to their wellbeing programme, how much deeper their

feelings of physical and emotional balance have become. For the uninitiated, floating may seem a step beyond their comfort zone; indeed that is what a number of my clients thought when they first took the step of ‘having a float’. They questioned if it would be claustrophobic, challenging, too ‘new age’. But once they experienced it, they ‘got it’. They found that not only does floating reduce their stress and anxiety levels, it also relieves aches and pains and helps recovery from injuries and illness. They found that being supported effortlessly in a spacious high –tech pod on a bed of body temperature water containing 500 kgs of Epsom salts, in an environment devoid of sound and light, is an amazing experience. Free from distractions their brains pump out dopamine and endorphins while their body rests, de-stresses and heals. They discover that positivity is boosted and that it lasts for days afterwards. Now they are ‘smitten’! Just as I was the first time I floated over 30 years ago. Nowadays, I choose to float weekly for my own health and wellbeing. Give it a go, you won’t know till you try it out!


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Matters by Dr Stuart Edser

Principal Psychologist at Newcastle Psychology & Health

Depression - The Way Through - Step 1

and people and life’s daily events. It keeps us shut away in our bedrooms or our living rooms. We stop going out, stop talking to people, stop socialising. Why? Because we don’t feel like it. It’s the ‘I don’t feel like it’ aspect that indicates demotivation. But we don’t get better or beat depression stuck in our bedrooms or our living rooms. We get better and beat depression out in the world, with others around us and in engaging life as it presents itself to us. It is out there that you discover happy times and pockets of laughter or an enjoyable meeting with a friend. These all serve to remind us that such things still exist and that we are still capable of experiencing them. On you way home from such experiences, there is invariably an, “I’m glad I went” feeling.

We have seen over the last two months that both isolation and disengagement are the two biggest factors that lead us deeper into depression. These two symptoms sum to what psychologists call, demotivation. I call it ‘going into the cave’. This means that if you are going to beat depression, you have to somehow deal with your demotivation. You have to come out of the cave.

We call activating your life in familiar patterns of places, people and events, acting despite your feelings. If you listen to the “I don’t feel like it” message, you will never do anything and thus deepen your depression. When you acknowledge your demotivation, ignore it and act despite your feelings, you are on the right path to feeling better.

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TRAVEL Matters by Ian and Sue Roberts of Memorable Destination

Our first flight on a Dreamliner

We like window seats, so our first taste of the newgeneration Boeing 787 Dreamliner got off to a flying start. Our eyes were immediately drawn to the Dreamliner’s oversized windows, which are said to be as much as 30 percent bigger than usual. We got to experience the much-hyped carbon composite airliner during a recent flight with Scoot Airways from Sydney to Athens, Greece.

Our plane had slightly-wider-than-usual seats, good leg room and big overhead storage lockers that folded into the ceiling. But, the most noticeable thing is the quiet operation. The lack of noise is particularly noticable and is a big improvement over every other plane we’ve used. Other improvements are more subtle: like lower cabin altitude and higher humidity. An inbuilt humidifier improves air quality, with the aim of preventing skin from drying and allowing you to feel refreshed at the destination. To be honest, we didn’t emerge from the flight with the rosy complexion of a teenager, but that would be asking a lot! The LED lighting in the Dreamliner is also a striking. When it’s time to sleep, the lighting can mimic the night sky. But when passengers need to be awake, the cabin fills with a simulated sunrise. Apparently, the aim is to help keep your internal clock in sync and possibly minimise jet lag. We’ll let you know about that one. For travel tips and information, follow Ian and Sue Roberts online at

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Chat by Ryan Samuels and Lani Stokes

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Lower Back Pain

Poor posture and sitting for long periods can weaken other spine and pelvis stabilizing muscles of the lower back and buttocks, which can force the QL muscle to constrict and tighten in an attempt to compensate for this loss of support in the lower back. Let’s say this scenario of muscle weakness and QL muscle compensation has been going on for a while in your lower back, unbeknownst to you. One day a mate asks you to help move a couch, you oblige and move the couch - no problem. But that night you begin experiencing a deep ache that might even be sharp in the lower back. It hurts to walk and stand up, and even rolling over in bed is painful. What happened? Well, the extra strain from lifting the couch has over loaded an already tight QL muscle in your lower back, which has caused it to go into spasm and become painful. Acupuncture and cupping are excellent soft tissue treatment approaches for relieving QL related lower back pain. These two therapies work to relieve QL muscle tension and pain by releasing painful knots called trigger points that build up in the muscle and cause it to become shortened, tight and painful

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by Chris Stevens CPA Partner at GC Accountants, Lambton

Borrowing to build wealth

Building wealth can seem like an uphill battle when economic growth and interest rates are low. One way to take advantage of the current low interest rates and boost investment returns is to use a margin loan. A margin loan lets you borrow money to invest in a range of shares or managed funds, within the loan’s approved limit. You can leverage off your existing cash, shares, managed funds (or other assets approved by the lender) as the security, which offers you greater exposure to the investment markets. This can help boost returns because you have more money working for you. Depending on your individual circumstances, gearing can be a tax effective investment strategy because the borrowing costs may be deductible for the purpose of the investment income. However, margin loans will also magnify your losses in a market downturn. To get the most out of a gearing strategy with a margin loan, it is important to understand how the loan works and closely monitor the portfolio to manage the risks. You need to appreciate that a margin loan isn’t suitable for everyone and your financial adviser is best to advise you on this. Borrowing to invest should be a long-term strategy. This way, the market has time to produce the capital gains and investment income needed to provide you with a profit after repaying the margin loan plus interest. You may decide to use any dividends from the shares to pay down your loan as a way of further reducing risk. Margin loans also have tax advantages for investors when the interest expenses exceed the income derived from the investment, as investors can claim a deduction on those expenses. Depending on your individual circumstances, it may be advantageous to pre-pay interest up to 12 months in advance to bring the tax deductions forward. While some loans allow you to capitalise interest payments, that is not advised if you want to limit risk. GC Accountants Pty Ltd ABN 46108440768 are authorised representatives of Count Financial Limited ABN 19 001 974 625, AFSL 227232. Lending services are authorised by Finconnect (Australia) Pty Ltd, Australian Credit Licence No. 385888

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Little Locals... The winter sports season has finished and summer sports are yet to swing into action. This month we are featuring some local junior sport presentations. The Lambton-New Lambton area is home to some of the strongest junior sports teams in the region including West Leagues Netball Club and Lambton Jaffas Junior Football Club. Thanks go to the coaches, managers and admistrators that make participating in junior sport in our local area so great. Without the time and enthusiasm invested by so may volunteers at the grassroots it wouldn’t be possible. Thanks!


Above: Lambton Jaffas Under 12 Division A team were Minor and Major Premiers for season 2017. Back row left to right are: Reegan, Shea, Jordie, Matt, Bailey, Blake, Lachlan and Jack. Front row: Jack, Louis, Linus, Bailey, Ben, Eddie and Cody. Left: Wests Leagues Netball Under 10’s Daisies. Back row (L to R) Charlotte, Hayley, Isabella, Maddie, Kiah and Coach Leanne holding the Margaret Disney Memorial Award. Front (L to R) Lilly, Elise and Charlotte. Isabella and assistant coach not pictured. The Daisies shared the Margaret Disney Award with another Under 10’s team in the same grade, the Starlets. The two teams met a number of times during the season and it was always a close encounter. When the teams met in the grand final it was a win by one goal to the Daisies!

At right: Lambton Jaffas Under 6 -1’s having fun in the sun at their first presentation day. L to R are Brisan, Spencer, Riley, Nate, Benji and Jack.

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Little Locals...


Lambton Jaffas Under 11 Hearts proudly holding their plaques for the 2017 season. L to R: Abi, Sami, Ava, Sierra, Larissa, Ebony, Sophie, Bindee, Harper and Stella. At rear: coach Scott and manager Kylie

At right: The Lambton Jaffas Under 12s Division O ended the 2017 as semi-finalists. Back row: (L to R) Caleb, Jai, Kayden, Ryan, Andrew, Jet, Cooper H. Middle Row: Makem, Arnav, Connor, Daniel, Lachlan. Front row Cooper Y. and Brandi Lee

At left: Lambton Jaffas Under 10 Lions had another great year, stars all round! Back row: (L to R) Finn, Quinn, Max, Ben, Sam B, Sean; middle row Sam T, Boston, Sarang; front row Riley and Harry At rear: manager Andrew and coach Ian

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Local & Live entertainment this month Blackbutt Hotel

Sat 7

Captain Risky

Fri 13

Ryan Daley

Sat 14

Phase III

Sat 21


Sat 28


Duke of Wellington Hotel Fri 6

Dean Kyrwood

Sat 7


Fri 27

Matt McLaren

Thu 5

Ukulele Russ

Sat 28

Greg Bryce Duo

Fri 6

The Jamie Martens Band - The Songs of Bob Dylan

Sat 7

Dancin In The Shadows of Motown

Hotel Jesmond Fri 6

Ali’s Duo

Fri 13


Sun 8 Pop 50 Unplugged (Lunch)

Fri 20


Tues 10 Trevor Dare

Fri 27

The Duo Tone

Wed 11 Live N Local

Lambton Park Hotel Fri 6


Sat 7

October Fest

Thu 12 Australian Burlesque Festival Fri 13

Moving Pictures - 30 Years of Innocence

Sat 14

Casey Donovan

Fri 13 Grant Walmsley Freebird Duo Unplugged Sat 14

October Fest

Fri 27

D - Love

Sat 28

Crawfish Stew

Lizotte’s Fri 13

Dave Carter

Sat 14

The Duotones

Fri 20


Sat 21

Brien McVernon Duo

Sun 1

The Black Sorrows

Wed 4

Live N Local

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Local & Live entertainment this month Sun 15 The Edith Piaf Story (Lunch)

Fri 27

History of Newcastle Pub Rock

Wed 18 Live N Local

Sat 28

Bruce Mathiske

Thu 19 Jason Singh ( Taxiride) Fri 20

Rick Price - Dead Man Walkin Tour

Northumberland Hotel

Wed 4 Jam Night with Ian Papworth & Kerry Miller Fri 6

Aaron Hipwell

Wed 11 Jam Night with Ian Papworth & Kerry Mille Fri 13

Sun 29 Sara Storer (Lunch)

Newcastle Theatre Co.

William Shakespeare’s

Wed 18 Jam Night with Ian Papworth & Kerry Mille Fri 20

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Sun 22 The Bushwackers (Lunch) Sun 22 James Morrison (Dinner)

Richard Murray Sat 7


Sun 8


Wed 11


Fri 13


Sat 14

Wed 25 Live N Local

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Wed 18


Fri 20


Sat 21


Jeremy Bilson

Wed 25 Jam Night with Ian Papworth & Kerry Mille Fri 27

Love’s Labour’s Lost Sat 21 30th Anniversary Kick Show


The Instigators

Snake Gully Hotel Fri 6

Georgina Grimshaw

Sat 7


Fri 13

Bonny Wythes

Sat 14

Steel City

Fri 20


Sat 21

Panic Station

Fri 27


Sat 28

Full Throttle

Wests New Lambton Sun 1

Isla Grant In Concert

Wed 4

Michael Jackson - The Legacy Tour

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Local Community Group Notices CHILDREN & FAMILIES HOME-START FAMILY SERVICES Home-Start is a voluntary service offering support, friendship and practical help to families with at least one child under 5 where the parents are experiencing difficulty in their parenting roles or are under stress. For information about volunteering or Home-Start services ph 4952 9488 or go to: PLAYGROUP IN LAMBTON Every Thursday morning during school term. Lambton Public School Hall 9.30 to 11am. Morning tea is provided and children of all ages welcome. No bookings needed, just pop in. Free. Run by Goodstart Early Learning.

GUYS AND DOLLS PLAYGROUP We meet every Monday of school terms, from 9.30am to 11.30 am, at the Uniting Church, cnr Portland Place and Regent Street, New Lambton. Children from 0-5 years accompanied by a parent, carer or grandparent are welcome to join us for play activities, music, stories and games. We are affiliated with the NSW Playgroup Association. For more details phone Ros on 4952 1292.


NEWCASTLE & HUNTER TOY LIBRARY Newcastle and Hunter Toy Library is calling all ‘kids at heart’ to become regular volunteers to assist with the running of the Toy Library sessions on Saturday mornings. The Toy Library is a terrific service based at New Lambton Library and run entirely by volunteers. We are also seeking new members to join our committee. Contact for more information about joining our enthusiastic team.

LODGE ENTERPRISE NO.400 UGL OF N.S.W & A.C.T New Lambton Masonic Centre at the corner of St James Road and Cromwell Street New Lambton will hold an Open Day is the home of Lodge Enterprise, Lodge City of Newcastle and Lodge Mayfield Daylight. These Lodges will be hosting an Open Day on the 11 November from 10.30am to 3.00pm. Any person interested in learning something of the ancient institution that is Freemasonry, and what we do, is invited to drop in and have their appetite for knowledge whetted, their interest piqued and their curiosity ignited. There will be tours of the Lodge Room, displays of regalia and artefacts, speakers and ample opportunities to ask questions of active Freemasons. Learn about our charitable intent and the Crafts involvement in the community. Light refreshments will be available.

LAMBTON RUG RATS Our playgroup offers kids ages 0-6 an opportunity to learn through play, develop social skills and make friends in a safe and stimulating environment. By attending playgroup, parents and carers can build social networks that support them and their children. St John the Baptist Church 18 Morehead St, Lambton Mondays from 10am - 12pm (school terms only). For more information email Samantha: sammyjo_85@ All Welcome

ALPHA TOASTMASTERS CLUB Come along to a meeting and learn how you can speak with confidence and improve your communication skills. Meetings are each Monday night at 6 for 6.15pm start Alder Park Sports Club, 132 Bridges Road New Lambton. More details are available at www.alphatoastmasters. Email: au You’ll be amazed at how your leadership and confidence will grow.

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Local Community Group Notices ELERMORE VALE MENS SHED Operates Monday to Friday each week, 8.30am to 12.00 noon, at 127 Croudace Road, Elermore Vale at the rear of the Elermore Vale Community Centre. Shed is closed 3rd Friday of month, due to monthly Wallsend Bunnings BBQ. ROTARY CLUB OF WARATAH Our Rotary Club is keen to welcome all new members and visitors, and encourages “Service above Self” – our Rotary motto. Our primary focus is through service to the local community and our youth. Join us for dinner and meet our active members. Meetings are held each Monday from 6:15pm to 8pm at Memories Function Centre, Harris Street, Wallsend. Contact President Madeleine Atkins on 0447 523 221 or email for more information.

COMMUNITY GROUPS MARCH STREET COMMUNITY GARDENS GROUP Interested in community gardening? March Street Community Gardens Group at 16 March Street Kotara welcomes new members. Experienced gardeners or beginners welcome. See our website or contact Gwen Ph 4952 9655 or Diane Ph 4957 2843. LAMBTON RESIDENTS GROUP All residents of Lambton area are welcome to come along to our monthly meeting. You too can be a part of some exciting and worthwhile initiatives and projects for our local area. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month commencing at 5.30pm at Lambton Bowling Club. No RSVP needed. For more information email: lambtonresidents@gmail. com or call Nicola on 0402 949 854.

HOBBIES & INTERESTS KNIT & NATTER Meet new people, make new friends at knit & natter every Monday. Meet at Mayfield Church of Christ, cnr Werribi St & Gregson Avenue at 9.30am. All ladies welcome. Phone Lyn for information. 4952 9324 THE EMBROIDERERS’ GUILD The Embroiderers’ Guild, New Lambton Branch members invite the community to join them on Monday 20 November between 10.30am and 2.00pm. There will be a small display of members’ work, a Christmas stall, a Christmas raffle, and light refreshments. The branch meets at the New Lambton Community Centre, corner of Alma Road and Cromwell Street. Entry is free. NEWCASTLE BONSAI SOCIETY INC. The Society will hold its annual Bonsai Exhibition at Charlestown Bowling Club from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 November. There will be a large display of Bonsai, demonstrations, sales of Bonsai and raffles. There will also be a special section where children can make their own Bonsai to take home free. Admission $2 adults, children free. Opening hours are 1-5pm Friday, 9am-5pm Saturday and 9am-4pm Sunday. For further information contact David on 0418 226 068 or Geoff on 4952 9376 or 0409 178 080 or see

RELIGIOUS GROUPS HUNTER BIBLE CHURCH Everyone is welcome to join us at one of our comfortable and engaging Sunday church services. We meet at 10am & 4:30pm every Sunday at Lambton High School. We can’t wait to see you there. More info at www.

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Local Community Group Notices SENIORS GROUPS NEW LAMBTON/HONEYSUCKLE PROBUS CLUB is a mixed club enjoying monthly meetings with a Guest Speaker and regular monthly outings. The aim of Probus is for retired or semi retired people looking for friendship, fellowship and fun. We meet at the Kotara Bowling Club at 10am on the 4th Friday of each month. Please contact the President, Alvan Cummings on 4948 8839 NEW LAMBTON SENIOR CITIZENS & PENSIONERS ASSOCIATION Make new friends while enjoying a warm and caring fellowship as well as to partake in the fun games of bingo and chats over a cuppa. Where? The New Lambton Seniors Assocation, located at the New Lambton Community Centre, 14 Alma Road, New Lambton. Handy to bus stops! Contact Ph 4963 4631. NEW LAMBTON COMMUNITY FRIENDSHIP CLUB We meet every Tuesday 10 am till 2 pm in the Trinity Church Hall corner Regent St and Portland Plc. New Lambton. Come and join other seniors for friendship, cards and musical entertainment as we age we need to get out of our 4 walls and expand our views on life. For more details phone Joy Loas 4952 2664. WALLSEND RED CROSS BRANCH MEETING Wallsend Sporties Club (down stairs in Gretley Room) Fogo St, Wallsend. First Monday of the month 10.00am to 12.30pm, this includes morning tea and a game of Hoy. Contact phone 4965 6081.

LAMBTON SENIORS GROUP Offering friendship and support for over 55’s. Meet at the Anglican Church Hall, Morehead St, Lambton every Thursday 9am to 12.30pm for Canasta, or other card and board games. Monthly Coach outing 3rd Tuesday each month. Oct 17 Hawkesbury Riverboat Postman. Nov 21 Wine Tasting Hunter Valley. Ph Don 4952 8590 or Nola on 4952 3685 for further details. New people always welcome NEIGHBOUR AID SOCIAL SUPPORT We offer companionship to those over 65 years, transport to appointments, assistance with shopping, social interaction, activities and lunch at our centres. We also have day bus trips every month. Volunteers also needed to help with transport for the elderly a few hours a fortnight. For more details contact Gayle Grayson on 4960 8248 or 0425 090 670 MEALS ON WHEELS LAMBTON A delicious meal and a friendly face to your door. Meals on Wheels helps make it possible for you to stay independent in your own home. It’s easy, just sit back, relax … and let us cater for you. Our Lambton branch operates Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Lambton Meals on Wheels delivers to: Jesmond, Lambton, New Lambton, New Lambton Heights, North Lambton, Rankin Park and Waratah West. To apply for this service phone the general enquiries line 4957 7097 or the Lambton branch on 4957 0482 or email ATTENTION COMMUNITY GROUPS Free community notices should be submitted by 15th of the month by email to: lambtonlocal@ or post to PO Box 130 Lambton 2299. We can’t guarantee publication every edition but try to include as many notices as possible. Please note that notices may be edited.

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NEED HELP WITH YOUR WEEKLY GROCERY BUDGET? THEN COME INTO THE FOOD WAR Talk to out staff and let us make your grocery costs a little easier on your pocket.

NOW OPEN AT 4 HASSALL ST, HAMILTON We have low cost food for people on a Government Benefit Card. Our selection includes basic food items, fresh fruit and vegetables, personal and laundry items and even food for your pets!

FREE BREAD WITH EVERY PURCHASE! The Food War Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation.

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CARPET SQUARE Std bedroom size carpet square, earth tones, good condition, $200 ono Ph 0406 503 397. COFFEE SET Vintage gold coffee set includes coffee pot etc. Excellent condition 1950’s /60’s. $59 Ph: 4957 1625 DAY BED Old style lounge day bed, fully updated. Cream fabric, restained timber 1900 long. $400 Ph 0412 561 878. ELECTRIC LIFT CHAIR As new, used for a few months. Red/brown vibration for massage, up right to help out. Sell $4000 or best offer Ph 0410 425 532. LAMP HiLighter standard lamp with dimmer switch. Excellent condition only $45 Ph 4957 1625 LOUNGE 1-2 seater including 2 cushions, pastel colours, excellent condition $150 ono Ph 0451 153 905. TROLLEY BAG Brand new strong, large, carry on size, trolley bag suitcase, never used, half price bargain Ph: 4960 1112.


CAR DETAILING $30 polish $40 small car $50 large car plus 4WD. We come to your house. Ph Mark 0432 174 618. HALLS FOR HIRE LAMBTON & JESMOND Morehead St Lambton, Main Hall and smaller hall called the Green Room, which has separate entrance, kitchen and toilets, off street parking. Also Hall at cnr of Cole and Hill Streets at Jesmond. All available for permanent and casual bookings. Very reasonable rates. Contact Rev Maree Armstrong at St John’s Anglican Church, Lambton. Ph 4957 1073 IRONING DONE $25 level basket. Drop off my house (New Lambton) in morning, pick up in afternoon same day. Ph Lyn 0432 174 618. LADIES WALKING GROUP Tuesdays and Thursdays 7am at Lambton Park. Ph Debbie 0438 800 007 or Helen 0412 509 248 FREE LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS Email your ad to admin@ 15th October.

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For everyone over 15 years Heartfulness, Relaxation & Meditation 8.30am every Sunday (exc. public hols) at New Lambton Community Centre, 14 Alma Road, New Lambton. Sessions are free of charge. For details ph 0416 193 005

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? e r o sn u o y o D … a e o n p A Sleep ? y a d e h t g in r u d d e ir t l Do you fee At Piggott’s If yes, plea se discuss Blackbutt with your Pharmacy GP… It really co we offer: uld change yo ur ❤ Sleep Studies life! ❤ CPAP machine trials ❤ Sales of CPAP machines and masks (all brands) PIGGOTT’S BLACKBUTT PHARMACY 58 Orchardtown Rd, New Lambton Phone: 4957 2474

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