Eastwood Shopping Centre #7- vehicular access via WEST PARADE

Written by AAAB

Fri Aug 12, 2011

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Eastwood Shopping Centre is open for shopping.
The Centre’s CARPARK can be accessed via WEST PARADE.
The Trelawney St car ramp is closed until further notice.

이스트우드 쇼핑센타는 정상영업 중입니다.
쇼핑센타 주차장은 웨스트 퍼레이드 (West Parade)로 만 접근 가능합니다 (near railway line).
트리로니 스트리트(Trelawney Street)쪽의 주차장 출입구는 별도의 통보가 있을 때까지 폐쇄됩니다.

購物中心照常營業
通用超市旁) 停車塲入口暫時封閉。
各車輛請用 (Near railway line火車路旁) 停車塲入口進入。

Eastwood Centre Management

Eastwood fire update #6

Written by AAAB

Tue Aug 2, 2011

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Partial demolition of the unstable external wall fronting Rowe Street has been completed allowing for a reduction of the safety perimeter. Pedestrians now have almost full access to the plaza again. Rowe Street has been reopened to traffic which has seen a huge reduction in vehicular congestion in the area.

Source: Ricky Lui, Vice President Eastwood Chamber of Commerce

Eastwood fire update #5- Car park

Written by AAAB

Sun Jul 31, 2011

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Important message for Eastwood shoppers- the Eastwood Shopping Centre car park is actually OPEN. However, access is only through the entrance/exit at West Parade.

Eastwood fire update #4

Written by AAAB

Sat Jul 30, 2011

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Demolition works commenced this afternoon (Sat 30th July).

Source: Ricky Lui, Vice President Eastwood Chamber of Commerce

Eastwood fire update #3 – Eastwood Shopping Centre reopens

Written by AAAB

Sat Jul 30, 2011

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Eastwood Centre Update

The Eastwood Centre will be open for trading from 9am today (Saturday 30th July). Please note that vertical transportation (lifts and escalators) will have limited access and a few shops may not be in a position to open however the remainder of the centre will be back to normal. Due to uncertainty regarding the damage to the access ramp from Trelawney Street, vehicular access to the Eastwood Centre carpark will be via the West Parade only.

Eastwood Centre Management

Eastwood fire update #2

Written by AAAB

Sat Jul 30, 2011

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NSW Police has secured the site for on-going investigation as a result of the fire at Eastwood on Wednesday, 27 July 2011.

NSW Fire Brigade has also cordoned-off the area.

Demolition works will commence in due course.

Council is responsible for the provision of pedestrian and traffic safety and for the removal of any obstruction and/or debris in the affected area.

All related site security / access enquiries should be referred to Eastwood Police (9858 9299).

Source: Ryde Council website

Eastwood fire update #1

Written by AAAB

Fri Jul 29, 2011

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Business in Eastwood is close to normal today, only 24 hours after fire swept through the top floor of the Eastwood Shopping Centre.

Businesses on the Northern side of Eastwood plaza began trading on Thursday afternoon and plan to be back to normal from Friday morning. Centro Café and Michels Patisserie were unaffected by the fire and are trading as usual at 7 am.

There is expected to be little disruption on the Southern side of Eastwood Plaza.

Douglas Hanly Moir Pathology and Homers Café have opened for business. Sharon Yip from ANZ Bank expects to open the doors at 9.30am.

The lingerie shop and furniture store have suffered significant damage and will remain closed. The businesses within the Eastwood Shopping Centre will remain closed on Friday while the damage is being assessed.

The road is currently blocked from The Avenue through to Rowe street because of safety concerns. The ramp form Trelawney street to the car park also remains closed. All other access roads into and out of Eastwood remain open.

It is Business as usual within Eastwood.

Source: Ricky Lui, Vice President Eastwood Chamber of Commerce

Multicultural Citizen of the Year Award- calling for nominations

Written by AAAB

Mon Jun 6, 2011

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AAAB is pleased to call for nominations for the inaugural AAAB Multicultural Citizen of the Year Award. 

The selection criteria is broad as the Award aims to acknowledge any person who lives, works or volunteers in Bennelong who, through their initiative, personal time or attainments, have significantly demonstrated actions consistent with AAAB’s objectives (ie. Promoting multiculturalism, cultural harmony & understanding, community education, building relationships between different old & new Australians).

To nominate someone, download a nomination form here.

Nomination forms must be received by AAAB by no later than 31 July 2011. 

All nominations will be considered on their merits and assessed by AAAB’s judging panel consisting of local community representatives.  The winner will be presented the award at the AAAB Annual Dinner on 20 August 2011 by John Alexander, Federal MP for Bennelong.

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