Digital Antenna Changeover Update For Landlords and Tenants
As you are probably aware, by the end of this year, Analog TV signals will be switched off around Australia. This means that Australian TV will be broadcast using digital-only signals and to access this, your property will need to be digital ready or their tenants will lose their access to free-to-air TV. If […]
Snapshot Of The Australian Real Estate Market
Looking at the real estate market from the buyer’s point of view is a very important key to understanding the market. I came across a snapshot of the real estate market from a buyer’s point of view info graphic the other day and found it quite interesting. The info graphic shows that first home buyers are out […]
Toongabbie West Holds It’s 5th Annual Halloween Carnival
Press Release Immediate use TOONGABBIE, october 14, 2013 Toongabbie West Public School Holds It’s 5th Annual Halloween Carnival Toongabbie West public school puts on a show for the undead on Saturday, 2nd of November. This is becoming a fast-growing tradition for Toongabbie, where every zombie/monster in the local area comes out to feed, dance […]
Have Fixed Rates Hit The Bottom Of The Cycle?
I have noticed an interesting pattern in one of the recent interest rate charts. This is slightly dangerous territory because the past is obviously not a prediction of future rate directions. However, this pattern does seem to apply at least since the beginning of 2009 (when this data series commenced). The 3 year fixed rate […]
A third man has been charged for an armed robbery at a Seven Hills bank.
All 3 men have been charged for an armed robbery at a Seven Hills bank which happened in June 2012. Blacktown police executed a search warrant at a home in Marks Ave, Seven Hills, and arrested the 29 year old. Robbery and serious crime squad detectives have today arrested and charged a third man over a Western […]
Spring Has Arrived And Here Are 7 Tips For All Maintenance Around The Home
Spring has arrived in Sydney, and it promises to be a wonderful season, after all the rain we have had throughout winter. But that rain – and the cold weather – has meant that many homeowners stayed indoors, ignoring all but the essential maintenance tasks in the garden and the house. So now it is time to […]
Tribunal Concerning Lucretia Road Seven Hills NSW 2147 Australia
NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) NOTICE OF ORDER firstname.lastname@example.org File No: RT 12/45196 (Quote in all enquiries) Application to the Tribunal concerning Lucretia Road Seven Hills NSW 2147 Australia Applicant Mr WU Respondent Name withheld On 02-Oct-2012 the following orders were made: 1. The tenant is to pay the landlord, Mr WU, C/- Elders […]
Blacktown’s Infrastructure. Will it keep up with its property growth?
Blacktown’s Property growth may go through the roof in the next few years, but can Blacktown Council keep up? The area has been calling for more infrastructure to keep up with demand and Blacktown Council may run the risk of stunting it’s growth! Does Blacktown Council have the answers that will help the push for property […]
All Types Of Kids Unite At Lalor Park Skatepark For ‘StreetWise’
Kids of all types of nationalities and skill levels come together to Learn how to skate in Lalor Park. The Free Skateboarding is put on by Skateboarding Australia (SbA) for Blacktown City Council. The instructors Australian Sports Commission accredited trainers. Kids in Lalor Park love skateboarding and the facilities design flows well with intermediate obstacles […]
Blacktown’s Streets Alive & Parade Day With The Collective
25 May, 2013 The best part of the Blacktown’s City Festival Week, was the Streets Alive, Parade Day it had over 350 Street Stalls (the best local food), 6 Performance Stages with local performers, Gourmet Food Stalls, interesting displays and heaps of attractions for the kids. Blacktown City’s CBD streets were packed with over 80,000 with the […]