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SSC Newspaper : September 2010
◊ 12.30 p.m . Reunion assembly for past staff and students. Special guests include past principal & student. ◊ 1.30-2.50 p.m . Wander the corridors on a conducted tour to see the activities of education in 2010. Enjoy light refreshments and reminisce times past. ◊ 7.00p.m .50thCelebrationDinner.MeetMr.Ford,thefirst Deputy Principal Strathfield South High School Ph: 9642 4422 firstname.lastname@example.org www.strathfies-h.schools.nsw.edu.au 2 Strathfield Scene “You only have to open a newspaper or turn on the television to see the effect that detectives have in criminal investigations and major crime.” – Detective Senior Constable Denise Bozikis. WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT YOUR JOB? Seeing the gratitude of victims when I tell them that we caught the person or persons responsible for the crime and seeing the satisfaction when they hear the guilty verdict at court. THE WORST THING? I don’t think I can ever get used to telling families how their loved ones have passed away. WHY DID YOU BECOME A POLICE OFFICER ? I worked for the NSW Police prior to joining the Academy. I was employed as a general support officer and was also studying criminology. HOW DID YOU FEEL WHEN YOU WON THE ROTARY POLICE OFFICER OF THE YEAR? It was a real honour and compliment to be nominated. It feels good to be told to have other people tell you that you are doing a good job. Getting that recognition from other officers and Rotary makes it all that more special. YOUR FAVOURITE PAST TIME? Shopping, of course. Isn’t that any girl’s past time? DO YOU HAVE ANY REGRETS? I don’t think so. Not yet anyway. Ask me in five years time. WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD? Continuing as a detective. You only have to open a newspaper or turn on the television to see the effect that detectives can have in criminal investigations and major crime. Big Splash Media PO Box 263, Potts Point, NSW 1335, Australia +61 2 9299 8699 CONTACT US: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com The Strathfield Scene is published on behalf of Strathfield Council by Big Splash Media. Copyright Big Splash Media. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part without permission is strictly prohibited. Opinions expressed are those of writers and advertisers not necessarily those of the publisher or Strathfield Council. Information provided is believed correct at time of going to press. The publisher accepts no responsibility for unsolicited pictures or manuscripts. SEPTEMBER 2010 TALK TO STRATHFIELD AT OUR NEW COMMUNITY WEBSITE WELCOME 5 MINUTES WITH... Publisher: Peter Lynch Editor: Natalie O’Brien Art Director: Kerry Alice Sub Editor: Mark Chipperfield Reporter: Bernadette Chua Pictures: Bob King Advertising Manager: Melita Amaral 02 9299 8697 Commercial Director: Martin Curnow 02 9299 8697 Detective Senior Constable DENISE BOZIKIS, 36 recently won one of the Rotary Police Officer of the Year Awards and could not imagine any other life. NEWS 3 COUNCIL NEWS 6 FOOD 9 Taste International Food Festival THE BIG ISSUE 13 Heritage homes under threat BUSINESS 16 Swaying your way to success PROPERTY 13 Units outperform houses CALENDAR 19 September's events WHAT’S ON 20 Win tickets to Ben Hur CONTENTS This year’s PLC Croydon’s Pet Fair raised $12,000 for Guide Dogs NSW. COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD MEET NEW FRIENDS Come along and meet new people at the weekly St Thomas’ Friendship Group. The group meets at St Thomas’ Church Hall, on the corner of Coronation Parade and King Street, Enfield every Tuesday. Entry is free. Sessions run from 11am till 2pm. Food and drink provided. For more information phone David on 8214 8397. NEED A JP? Justices of the Peace services at available at the Strathfield Library every Wednesday between 11 and 12pm and on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 5.30pm to 6.30pm at the same venue. STRATHFIELD ROTARY CLUB Strathfield Rotary Club meets every Wednesday at 6.15pm at the Strathfield Golf Club, 84 Centenary Drive, Strathfield. www. rotarnet.com.au MOON FESTIVAL The Flemington Chamber of Commerce will once again celebrate the annual Moon Festival. This is the one time of the year when the moon shines brightest at the vernal equinox. Details: Moon Festival, September 19, from 10am to 3pm. CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OPEN DAY The Australian Catholic University will be holding an Open Day at its Strathfield Campus on September 11. There will be course information on the Arts and Humanities, Education, Exercise Science, Social Work, Teaching, Theology and Visual Arts and Design. Campus tours will also be available. The Open Day runs from 9am to 4pm. There will be a free shuttle bus running between Strathfield Station and the university campus. For more information, phone 9701 4000 or visit www.ourstrathfield.com.au. RACE DAY SPONSORS NEEDED The Asbestos Disease Foundation of Australia (ADFA) is urging local businesses to sponsor races at its 2010 Race Day. There are eight available races and sponsorship of the races will guarantee businesses a wide range of promotional opportunities, such as on advertisements, signs at the finish post and naming rights of the race. Race sponsors present the sash to the winning jockey, as well as enjoying champagne with the owner, trainer and jockey. The ADFA 2010 Race Day will be held on November 20. For more information on this event, contact the AFDA on 9637 8759. Email us your contributions to editorial@ourstrathfield. com.au PAWS FOR A CAUSE SS#4 002-003 Newsi.indd 2 9/09/10 6:43 PM