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Council v Lehman Brothers Australia Ltd (in liq) FCA , the bond's capacity to meet its financial commitments to pay interest and. SET your alarm, get up early and be ready to look for treasure at the 31st annual Bathurst Swap Meet, being held at the Bathurst Showground. When: Gate opens 7am Sunday 18th November Price: Gate entry to the Expo (which includes the Swap Meet, Car and Bike Show) is only $5 with children.
Offering complete funeral service, with quiet dignity, responsibility and sensitivity to your needs. The Josephites are the third order of nuns who have tended to the needs of the parish - something unique to Kandos.
The Kandos community feels lucky to have Sister Kath with them. Sister Kath said the landscape reminded her of her hometown of Lithgow. Before moving to Kandos, as well as caring for the elderly and sick sisters in her community, Sister Kath was the Diocesan Director of Caritas Australia. Sister says she feels very much at home in Kandos and is glad to be able to contribute to the community in whatever way she can. Clearing up after Retreat and correspondence. Walked back, calling en route to St Stanislaus [College, run by the Vincentian order].
Gave Benediction there at 5. January 21st Mass in Oratory. Lunch in St Stanislaus with the men coming out of Retreat. Large classes as a rule - 1st Year being record. Richard Barrow, from Molong to Coonamble; Rev. Michael Hayes, from Cowra to Molong; Rev. John Dahill, recently returned from abroad, to Kandos; Rev. Michael Murphy, from Kandos to Oberon; Rev.
James Gallagher, from Oberon to Orange. The spiritual exercises will be conducted by the Rev. Lyons, of the Vincentian Order, Ashfield. Enclosed Retreats for laymen are now becoming very popular in many dioceses and over 40 men will attend at the College during the week-end. The men observe silence during the time of Retreat and the day is portioned out by various pious exercises and spiritual conferences. The address is the same — www.
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You can send those to me at observer bathurst. And it had a beautiful crucifix, which you can see on the cover of this letter.
Jenson Button and Craig Lowndes swap cars in Bathurst - video
As the young man prayed, looking at the figure on the cross, he heard Christ call him by name. What Francis and his companions did with bricks and mortar was a tangible and visible symbol of a deeper work of renewal they were beginning.
We have now begun the work of rebuilding it. Francis thought he understood, and went off at once to get building materials. As they travelled around, unburdened by possessions, they also began to preach the Gospel to anyone who would listen. Their simple, joyful lives persuaded people more Before we began planning to restore the Cathedral, than their words. Repairs had been made in the past, but then had to be done again, because the basic problems had not been dealt with. What is true for repairing buildings, is also true for attempts to rebuild and renew the Church.
There will also be working groups on particular topics, which will establish lines of communication with all who want to be involved.
Port Stephens Swap Meet
More detailed information will be flowing soon. But it must be translated into pastoral initiatives adapted to the circumstances of each community. He listed seven pastoral priorities to guide this work: Holiness As with a building, it is easy enough to see the outward defects in our Church life; and I have written about them in previous pastoral letters and more recently in my message for Child Protection Week.
But also, as with a building, it is necessary to go deeper, to find what is causing the defects we can see. The Sacrament of Reconciliation 5. The Primacy of Grace With patience, good technical advice and money, basic problems in a building can be identified and mended. To identify and remedy basic problems in the life of the Church needs more: Listening to the Word At the beginning of the Year of Grace, I announced my intention to call a Diocesan Assembly as an event of faith and a renewal of mission.
At the beginning of my ministry here three years ago, I said I am only a bishop and talked about our coresponsibility in mission. The same may be said for every member of the Church. There are some things that only you can do, so you must do them, or else they will not be done. The mission of the Church is entrusted not just to the bishop or the clergy or the religious. Proclaiming the Word I hope that, as we progress, the outlines of a practical diocesan pastoral plan will be fashioned, ready to be launched at Pentecost.
The representatives that parishes send to the diocesan gathering will be formed and commissioned to return home and contribute to its implementation. The Pentecost gathering will also be, please God, a real moment of communion and joy in the Spirit, who alone can inspire and encourage us on the journey. Like St Francis, our task begins in prayer, because it is only through prayer we learn what our task is. The Year of Grace is all about that awareness that we are in the presence of God, who looks at us in love, who speaks to our hearts, who waits for our Yes.
For all the promises of God find their Yes in him. John by Anca Demenescu. A working party consisting mainly of teachers within our schools, working in close collaboration with the members of the Catholic Education Office, has been meeting regularly during this year under the title of Contemporary Learning Working Party. They began their work with a narrower focus on programming units of work within the primary school context but wisely broadened their focus to include such things as writing a set of diocesan Learning and Teaching Principles and developing a diocesan Learning and Teaching Framework.
The group is undertaking this task against a current backdrop of evidence-based research into what actually works in schools to improve learning and the research into the nature of how children learn.
As the working party has grappled with their task, I have witnessed them actually modeling what the literature refers to as reflective professional enquiry.
Drawing on their expert knowledge and skills, they have systematically and intentionally been on a journey of investigating and exploring issues related to student learning with implications for the practice of all teachers.
When such a process operates in a school setting, this reflective professional enquiry has the potential to stimulate evidence-based learning conversations amongst teachers.
Hence, amongst the ten Learning and Teaching principles which the working party has drafted is one which states: Empower learners to take responsibility for their own learning and to work in a collaborative and creative environment where critical thinking is embedded and learning connections are created is another learning and teaching principle which the group has drafted. This principle reflects the research showing that students, who have been helped to be articulate about the process of learning and about themselves as developing learners, and who have been shown how to be more independent, and given some manageable levels of choice and control, demonstrate improved learning outcomes.
Students are to be encouraged to think and talk about their own learning and to be given the tools and language to do so. In total, the Working Party has drafted ten Learning and Teaching Principles and in combination with the Learning and Teaching Framework and the range of stimulus material they are developing for use by our teachers, there exists great potential for their work to support teachers as they strive to deliver quality outcomes for their students.
One of the graduate qualities we are striving to develop within our students is that they will be resilient, have a healthy self-image and demonstrate respect for others. Surely, a healthy self-image is the fruit of worthwhile learning. If, in partnership, teachers and parents can help young people to discover the things they most passionately want to get better at, and to develop the capability and confidence to pursue those passions, then surely we will be assisting our young people to develop as life-long learners and at the same time developing a new narrative for education that can engage and inspire students, tapping into their natural zeal for learning.
Lavinia was part of a very rigorous selection process and had all but convinced herself that she had not been successful! The Scholarship aims to assist and support Indigenous university students to obtain a teaching degree. Teaching is a partnership which includes the whole community. We are all very proud of Lavinia and would like to congratulate her! She not only sets a wonderful example for other young Aboriginal people but for all young people. She is very deserving of this award.
Lavinia is full of enthusiasm and passion and she will make an excellent teacher. Its current work is based around the first aim of the working party - to explore the reasons for our poor performance across the Diocese in Spelling. Sep 8 The annual St. Luke's car and bike show 11am - 3pm. Bands, kids entertainment including jumping castle.
Trophies, prizes, church tours, stalls, BBQ food and drinks. Cnr of Northumberland and Elizabeth St, Liverpool. Sep North west swap meet and car show, Gunnedah showground, Gunnedah.
Swap meet on Saturday from 7am, swap meet and car show on Sunday from 8am. Contact Steve or email pentastar optusnet. Open to all makes and models of cars and bikes. Huge range of trophies on offer. Proceeds go to Caden who is suffering from a rare condition called Mitochondrial Disease. More details and entry forms on google portmotormania or facebook.
Contact David Contact Michael roadhog94 hotmail. Contact Mickentry enquiries Nola or www.
Bathurst F1 Driver Swap
Undercover sites available but must be pre-booked. The event runs from 7: As usual it represents a great opportunity to showcase all makes and models of cars. Gates open at 6am. All cars must be in by 8. If you own a cool car, a hot car or an old car we need you! Log onto the website and register your car today!
Action gets under way at 10am until we take a short lunch break around midday while we sort out the competitors in readiness for the battle on the track. There will be plenty of time for some good old fashion grudge racing until we finish on the track at around 6: Presentations will take between 6: There will be plenty of traders on site so you can pick up some really cool memorabilia while the kids have fun in the jumping castle.
Spectator gates open 9: All car makes and models welcome. Set up from Awards for best car display, top 5 muscle cars, committee trophy and themed dress. Live bands, stalls, food and beverages, raffles and more. More information Lee Open to hot rods, customs and chrome bumper cars. Contact Chris Catering available Saturday night and from 6am Sunday. Contact Wendy or Michael Food and drink available on site. Spectator entry is free. More information available from website. Vintage machinery and car display.
Indoor and outdoor sites available. The run dates are Sunday 23rd September to Saturday 29th September Entry Forms for this year's run will be only available via the website. For entry form and full event schedule visit www. There will be opportunities to cruise the track and participate in track challenges.
Food and drink available at the track with plenty for all the family to see and do. Entries from 6am, show starts at 9am. Local motor show with air brushing display, professional judges, dyno and sound off competition, kids entertainment, bar and BBQ. And on Monday 1st October we are inviting car clubs to have their members bring their pride and joy along to display for all the spectators and participants alike at King Edward Park.
We will be presenting trophies in a number of categories for eligible vehicles displayed. For anyone wishing to display their show car they will receive free entry to 2 people only driver and 1 passenger. The Mattara Hillclimb Committee would be honoured to have your vehicles present at our event. If your club is interested in putting their cars on display could they please contact Andy Peters at a.
The Australian Rural Education Centre is an indoor and outdoor venue and the Motorfest will feature a range of activities including a dyno competition, grass events, show n shine, engine building competition with plenty for the kids to see and do as well.
The Cruise will begin early with a mass assembly of approx vehicles on display from 7. Pinkie's Music, stalls, face painting, food, jumping castle and much more, 9.
Prizes for best selection of vehicles, fantastic raffle prizes. Contact Tony or Joe Entry forms filled in on the day. The event caters for veteran, vintage, classic, modern, sports cars and motorcycles.
This meet also attracts many stall holders providing a great opportunity to find that hidden treasure. Car and bike displays, canteen facilities. From the Sydney Motor Show adopted the name Australian International Motor Show, this was in respect of the global prestige the show had developed, being recognised globally in the top ten automotive shows. Tickets will be available on the AIMS website. Illawarra Regional Airport, Albion Park. Gates open at 6 am.
Contact 02 or visit www. Rock and roll bands all weekend, market stalls, garage crawl Saturday. Main Show and Shine on Sunday all cars to be parked by 9am gate will then be closed cars to remain parked till 3pm.
Entry forms availed on web site www. Oct 28 Weekend at Benny's 4. Benny's Custom Garage presents their annual garage crawl and car park show n shine at 40 Ross St, Goulburn, 9am-1pm. Participating vehicles from 8. Bikes of special interest also welcome. Goodies bags for the first 30 vehicles, BBQ, music and pinstriping. Awards for Benny's choice and Lady Luck award for top female participant announced at 12 noon sharp. Free event and clubs are welcome. More info Ph Jo on 02 Bh ah or email jo bennyscustomgarage.
Vehicle gate will close at A swap meet will be held in conjunction with this years show. Contact Karen or Michael or visit www. This event is a car show and boot sale. Entries will be a gold coin donation paid on the day with 1st, 2nd and 3rd being decided by Peoples Choice with the prize pool being divided equally. There will be plenty of other things to do and see plus a number of stores for people to browse. To enter, please download the entry form from the website and fax it back as directed with all the relevant details.
Saturday-street parade, local cruise, night street cruise, fireworks display. Sunday-Show 'n' Shine, barbeque and trophy presentation. For entries and more information contact Garry Dews Entries never close, in fact you can even enter on the day if you wish.
Saturday breakfast, a variety of cruises to local attractions are offered. Saturday night cruising through the historic town, Sunday show and shine. If you are still up for it on Monday, we will cruise to the great Temora Aviation Museum. Entry is free but entry forms must be submitted for registration, judging and catering. For more information and entry forms visit the C.
A great celebration of community and a weekend not to be missed! Contact Gavin or Troy