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Inner West Courier Newspaper Headlines from Sydney, Australia

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Koongarra in Strathfield’s Golden Mile to sell under the hammer for more than $4 million - The Telegraph
2014-10-31T04:20:27Z
IT BOASTS a 1549sq m block with a swimming pool, landscaped gardens and a tennis court and is set to fetch more than $4 millon at auction tomorrow. Like many homes in Strathfield’s Golden Mile, the 130-year-old estate, known as Koongarra, provides a rare ...

Burwood residents are furious after council votes through controversial planning policy - The Telegraph
2014-10-31T03:16:02Z
WALLY Yassine is one of a group of residents and investors furious at Burwood Council after it approved changes to its planning policy for a precinct between Burwood and Strathfield stations. “I have $15 million invested in eight properties and have ...

New school at Concord West on track for 2015 opening but still needs a name, motto, uniform - The Telegraph
2014-10-31T00:17:04Z
SYDNEY’s newest school will open at Concord West at the beginning of the 2015 school year but it still needs a name, motto and uniform. NSW Premier Mike Baird and Education Minister Adrian Piccoli visited the site on Wednesday and said construction is ...

‘We can’t afford any mistakes’; Ebola outbreak unlikely in Australia, but medical authorities warn there’s no room for error - The Telegraph
2014-10-30T06:51:58Z
AUSTRALIAN medical authorities cannot afford to make any mistakes when dealing with ebola, a senior medical infection expert has said. But Professor Lyn Gilbert, clinical lead for infection prevention and control at Western Sydney Local Health Network ...



Fire-damaged home in St Peters to fetch more than $650,000 at auction - The Telegraph
2014-10-29T23:13:50Z
It’s been ravaged by fire, is under the flight path and many of its ‘period’ features are damaged but that’s not likely to deter buyers when it goes to auction next month. The three-bedroom renovator’s delight at 81 Frederick St, St Peters, is ...

Prince Edward heading to Sydney to begin five-day tour celebrating Duke of Edinburgh award - The Telegraph
2014-10-29T04:37:09Z
His Royal Highness Prince Edward will arrive in Sydney on Monday to begin a five-day tour commemorating more than 50 years of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. Prince Edward will make 17 official stops in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth ...

Artist Patrick O’Rourke will spend the next two months painting a portrait of “loss and hope” over hoardings at Darling St fire site - The Telegraph
2014-10-29T13:55:29Z
Artwork commissioned to cover hoardings at Rozelle fire site Artist Patrick O’Rourke has exhibited at Marrickville, Newtown Community invited to contribute to message of “loss and hope” Painting to be half finished for Rozelle Village Fair on Nov. 30 ...

Bravo Coffee wins bronze in the Golden Bean awards - The Telegraph
2014-10-28T23:50:49Z
Bravo Coffee wins prestigious Golden Bean Bronze award The Marrickville-based factory named a winner out of 1500 entries Bravo’s Excelsior milk-based blend uses Indonesian, Ethiopian and New Guinea beans Entire coffee making process done locally at ...



His Royal Highness Prince Edward will visit students in Sydney as part of Australian tour starting Monday - The Telegraph
2014-10-29T04:22:50Z
His Royal Highness Prince Edward will be in the country from Monday to commemorate more than 50 years of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Australia. He will be here for only five days until Friday but has a hectic schedule visiting four ...

Wok Chow joins thriving food hub on Majors Bay Road in Concord - The Telegraph
2014-10-29T01:52:30Z
Nestled in the corner of the thriving eating hub is newcomer Wok Chow. The modern Chinese restaurant, from its distinct red and white contemporary interior, to its flavoursome dishes, is a collaboration between the creative mind of Red Lantern’s Mark ...

Halloween comes to the inner west with haunted houses and events across the region - The Telegraph
2014-10-28T12:52:15Z
IT IS the house of horrors that will have children screaming with fun. John and Gina Penesis have transformed the front yard of their Cavendish St, Stanmore, house into a Halloween spectacular with a pirate ship that has a 4m mast, canons and dynamite, a ...

New children’s book You Make the Dreams collaborates with street artist Akisiew - The Telegraph
2014-10-28T15:44:03Z
STREET artist Akisiew’s work features on walls around the inner west, but in a new project she has applied her imagination to illustrate a children’s book, in collaboration with Peter Warrington and Rachel Williams of Not Quite Newtown. The book ...

Morning brew: Bravo Coffee tops Australia’s best coffee makers in Golden Bean awards - The Telegraph
2014-10-28T23:36:30Z
Bravo Coffee wins prestigious Golden Bean Bronze award The Marrickville-based factory named a winner out of 1500 entries Bravo’s Excelsior milk-based blend uses Indonesian, Ethiopian and New Guinea beans Entire coffee making process done locally at ...

Has the Bay Run become a walk of shame? Rubbish takes the shine off inner west jewel - The Telegraph
2014-10-28T04:16:51Z
While I absolutely love the community and have worked in areas that are ­developing their community “vibe”, there is an incredible amount of waste and ­pollution managing to creep its way into the area. As part of my routine, I regularly walk the Bay ...

Ashfield Council haunted by Trashfield reference as it attempts to clean up the town centre - The Telegraph
2014-10-28T03:26:45Z
ASHFIELD Councillor Julie Passas has stood by her reference to the area as “Trashfield” and claims the council should do more to clean the town up. At the meeting on October 14 Cr Passas said “people don’t call this ‘Trashfield’ for nothing ...

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