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School holidays local survival guide

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The school holidays are always met with excitement that can quickly turn to frustration as kids and parents grapple with boredom and a lack of routine. The trick to peace is keeping them occupied with a range of activities, although that can quickly become expensive and exhausting. Below are some ideas that are not only local, but also friendly on the hip pocket.

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Ways to keep warm without warming the planet

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It is all too easy to switch on the heater as the cooler weather sets in, but it can prove a costly decision when the power or gas bill arrives in the letterbox. Pair that with the strain on the environment and it’s clear why some old-fashioned warming tips are worth implementing in your home this winter.

Become a domestic god or goddess

Preheat the oven and get out the oven mitts – it’s time for some home cooking! The heat that is generated in a bustling kitchen from the oven and stovetop are instrumental in warming the place right up, as well as ensuring there is a homecooked meal at the end of it.

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Robbins Park Upgrade

New Kids Play Area at Robbins Park

Thank you for the feedback regarding the equipment at Robbins Park. We have reviewed the design and how best to improve the facilities to ensure all residents, regardless of age, could enjoy all Catherine Park Estate has to offer.

That’s why it is with much pride we can announce the recent installation of the new play equipment, and the reopening of Robbins Park. Among the newly installed equipment you will find:

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Do your bit: Invest in your community

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It is said that charity begins at home, and there are a range of simple things that can be done locally that will not only benefit the community but also create ripples of good further afield. The following dates are celebrated in June and can be ideal ways to get into the humanitarian swing.

 

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What’s in a (street) name? Part 4

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 The streets in Catherine Park Estate have been named after previous landowners of the area and eminent Australians (Companions of the Order of Australia). As residents continue to move into the St James precinct, we would like to share some of the namesakes behind the addresses.

 

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05 November 2020
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In Honour of Lady Mary Fairfax, Catherine Park Estate will host our second annual gardening competition. Sharpen your tools and pull up those boots it is time to show off your new garden and claim your share in over $1000 worth of prizes.The competit...
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