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I WONDER if the cat that got caught in the fox trap was the cat that killed my chooks? How many native birds and lizards have cats killed while wandering the streets? It’s about time cat owners took responsibility for their pets and kept them on their own property.
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Peter Mathie,MandalongEXTREMELY important for the City of Newcastle! Closing date for submissions for the zoning of the transport corridor is this Monday, October23 at 5pm.Hand delivery at the City Council Administration Building, King Street, Newcastle, or online at the Newcastle City Council website.

Elaine Street,MerewetherWHILE overrated TV cash for comment media types squabble over millions of dollars pay between the sexes, I find it strange that the Fair Work Commission and the Federal Court, who earn mega dollars per week and never work weekends, makes a ruling that low paid workers who work Sundays deserve a pay cut. We are all equal in the eyes of the law? Tell ’em they’re dreaming.

Richard Ryan,Summerland PointMARGARET Priest (Short Takes, 19/10), Hillary Clinton may not have been the best president for the USA but she would have been better than Trump – he has upset everyone.

Colin Geatches,MayfieldTHE only real difference between the East-Enders and the rest of us is that when they want to go down to the local shops to get bread and milk, they will have to make sure that they are going 200km/h by the time they get to the end of their driveway.

Simon Ruddy,NewcastleI WAS wondering, seeing that there is so much progress going on in Newcastle lately, the poor coastguard operators have been shoved aside once again, stuck over in Carrington out of site and out of mind. The obvious place to have them located would be in one of the buildings at Nobbys lighthouse. Surely there is room for them to operate from there as most of the shipping movements are controlled from the harbour nowadays. It is a vital service for our boaties, so why doesn’t the council pull a few strings and try to make this happen? Many coastguard stations along the coast are located right on the water or very close to it. C’mon council, do something positive. And don’t think of the cost involved, it will probably save a life.

Bob Miller,ThorntonTHE POLLSWOULD you consider ditching the car and riding to work?

I already ride to work 34.75%,No. I don’t feel safe on the road 25.53%,No. I live too far away 19.86%,Yes. Maybe once a week 9.93%,Sure. Every day 9.93%DO the Newcastle Jets have a shot at making the finals this season?

Sure do 74.44%,It’s too early to tell 24.06%,No 1.5%DOthe Knights have what it takes to make it to the top 8 next season?

Yes 87.5%,No 6.25%,It’s too early to tell 6.25%

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END of an Australian icon –the last Holden rolls off the assembly line today ending the car manufacturing industry along with Ford and Toyota. That $122 million spent on a stupid postal vote would be better spent on the car industry. This Liberal government should hang their heads in shame and get their priorities right.
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Col Page,AdamstownI WRITE in reply to the item by Margaret Priest(Short Takes, 19/10), you’re correct, Hillary Clinton has nobody else but herself to blame for losing the United Statespresidential election. Then again, Donald Trump’s no better in my opinion. It reminds me, back in 1974 they had one president, Gerald Ford. I doubt if that poor man knew what day it was.

David Davies,Blackalls ParkI WOULD like to see how the cost of a new parking spot in Lake Macquarie between $25k and $60k was arrived at. You have got to be joking.

Graeme Bennett,Warners BaySUPERCARS with the active collaboration of our mayor have and are continuing to trash and vandalise our once beautiful city. Foreshore Park now resembles a prison and we are still six weeks away from a three-day race. All we get from Supercars and the council is spin. How have we allowed a private company to do this to us?

John Hudson,Newcastle EastJUST received my NCC newsletter. Having taken an interest in politics for 50 years, I’ve encountered lots of spin, double-talk, deception, exaggeration and misinformation from various politicians but the “blurb” from our Lord Mayor, in describing the upcoming Supercars weekend takes the prize.

Ross Edmonds,WaratahThe NSW governmentspending millions on road and rail and now going to spend millions more on sports arenas. Would you please start thinking about the people and upgrade every hospital in the state first? Our health system needs a complete overhaul.

Barry Spaulding,CardiffHEY Edward Duc and Evelyn King (Herald,19/10) have you both experienced getting around town in a wheelchair? You’re a bit flippant in your remarks. I used to be able to navigate Newcastle, but no more now the train doesn’t go to Newcastle.

Greg Stewart, BeresfieldRICHIE Blanch (Short Takes, 19/10), if you want to win the affection of your new love interest, I can help. I am sure a big juicy rump and a bag of brisket will impress the lovely lady. Personally, an alpaca would be my choice, can’t resist those eyelashes.

Steve Barnett,Fingal BayTHE POLLSSHOULD developers be allowed to build in the rail corridor if it means more jobs will be created?

No 56.1%,Yes 43.9%WHAT does Newcastle need right now more than anything else?

Better public transport 35.62%,More tourism attractions 26.03%,Improved health services 15.07%,More environmentally friendly waste management 9.59%,Better roads 8.22%,More schools 5.48%

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REGARDING Wayne Enks’ letter about cyclists (Letters, 21/10): Wait till you’re walking down Memorial Drive at Bar Beach and they go faster than cars. And if you happen to get out on the beach side between Bar and Cliff and they’re going full tilt and have to brake or swerve to miss your door or even you, well lookout for the death stares and abuse that’s coming your way. And yes I do look in the mirrors before I get out.
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Bryn Roberts, New LambtonWATCHING New Zealand’s new Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern giving a press conference was such a refreshing difference to watching our pollies(Nick Xenophon excluded). There was no disrespecting the public by wishy-washy evasive and manipulated answers, leaving those listening no further enlightened. Our mob especially Malcolm should watch and learn how to respect their citizens when answering questions. If they can’t be up front and honest with us, they can’t go crying because people have lost respect for them.

Allan Earl, ThorntonTHE Greens would be rejoicing the end of Holden, they also are hell-bent on the demise of the meat, coal and fishing industries,also recreational angling and hunting. But don’t despair, for I have gazed into my crystal ball and it revealed the millions of jobs lost in the green dream will be replaced. No more butcher or baker for our destiny has chosen the candle stick maker.

Steve Barnett, Fingal BayLIKE the man said, life really wasn’t meant to be easy and though old age might not be that bad, because so many people these days are giving it a go, the bride says not to be confused by any old men you come across who are not grumpy. They’ve just not been paying attention.

Ron Elphick, Buff PointHEAR, Hear, Greg Stewart (Short Takes, 21/10). Nothing beats Newcastle station for people in wheelchairs, it’s that good. Opening onto where there is so much, all on the flat. A place that does not get the basics right is not smart. Newcastle Now? Not really. Inclusiveness should be part of Newcastle’s DNA. Shame.

Graeme Tychsen, Rankin ParkTHE recent speed boat races at the northern end of Lake Macquarie were a huge success and judging buy the crowds, it’s getting bigger each year.The event also highlighted the need for more car parking, especially at Warners Bay. Finding a car park is difficult at the best of times and with all the building going on and more businesses coming to town including Aldi, more parking is essential.There are two vacant blocks of land, one on the corner of King & John St’s the other on the corner of Charles & Lake St’s, the latter has been fenced off. Why can’t these blocks be opened up even if only for “rough parking”.

Neil Meyers, Warners BayTHE POLLSWHAT do you do to chill out after a stressful day?

Meditate 0%,Work out 14.29%,Eat delicious food 14.29%,Take a nap 28.57%,Go for a walk 28.57%,Keep a journal 0%,Talk it out 14.29%

Taking a local perspective on a global leadership issue

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LEADER: David Pich says that lessons on global leadership can be found locally.This article is sponsored bythe Instituteof Managers and Leaders.
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As chief executive of apeak Australian leadership body, the one question that I am often asked is; ‘Is there a crisis of leadership in the world today?’

It’s one of those questions that is usually put to me in the hope of producing a pithy soundbite – perhaps about Trump, Brexit or the leaders of some of our local high street banks (feel free to insert your own favourite example of poor leadership here!).

But here’s the thing about what I call ‘the crisis question’; it shows a common mistake that we make when we consider the quality of leadership and today’s leaders. There’s a tendency to ‘think global’.

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It’s understandable, of course. It’s impossible to escape the news about leadership issues around the world. These stories are everywhere, from the television screen to our Twitter feeds. There’s no denying that leadership is a global issue.

But it’s a local issue too.

In my view, if we all spent more time focusing on local leadership issues and local leaders we would see a different perspective on, and get a far more balanced picture of, the current leadership landscape.

For example, I spend time with my two young daughters while they play soccer in the local park on the Saturday morning and I see plenty of great leaders using their leadership skills with the kids (and their parents!) right across the ten or more fields in use.

The gift of listening. The art of negotiation. A positive attitude to problem solving.

These are all important skills that can be used from the playground right up to the boardroom.

There are leadership lessons to be found in the most unlikely of places.

I like to view these – and the many other examples of local leadership – as being the antidote to the seemingly never ending drip feeding of bad news stories.

Of course, I take a keen interest in issues of global leadership too, but sometimes it’s good to look beyond the crises and to celebrate local leadership.

There are lessons to be learnt everywhere.

‘Looking local’ and giving a shout out to someone you know who’s leading well close to home is one of the best strategies in crisis management when it comes to leadership.

David Pich FIML is the chief executive of the Institute of Managers and Leaders (formerly the Australian Institute of Management).

This article is sponsored by the Instituteof Managers and Leaders.

‘Self-promotion’: Advertising campaign to showcase Gladys to the people

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The NSW Liberals are preparing an advertising campaign to showcase the government’s infrastructure credentials and lift the profile of Premier Gladys Berejiklian 17 months before the 2019 election.
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The proposed campaign, raised by NSW Liberal state director Chris Stone at a meeting of the party executive on Friday night, is understood to include television ads as well as social media.

It is set to focus on the government’s achievements, but a senior Liberal source said the ads were also designed “to lift Gladys’s profile”.

Plans for the Liberal campaign coincide with new polling that shows Ms Berejiklian has a net favourable rating with NSW voters, but that even after eight months as Premier more than a third remain “neutral” about her and five per cent have never heard of her.

In the ReachTEL poll of 1647 NSW voters commissioned by Fairfax Media 31.1 per cent said they have a favourable opinion of Ms Berejiklian.

A further 25.4 per cent said their opinion is unfavourable, 38.3 per cent said they were neutral and 5.2 per cent said they had never heard of Ms Berejiklian.

Ms Berejiklian is most popular among those aged 65 and over, of which 40.4 per cent returned a favourable response, 19.9 per cent unfavourable and 36.8 per cent neutral.

She is least popular among 18- to 34-year-olds with just 24.6 per cent holding a favourable opinion, while 33.7 per cent said their view was unfavourable and a further 34.9 per cent neutral.

In the same poll, Opposition Leader Luke Foley returned a net negative approval rating, with 27 per cent saying their opinion was negative compared with 23.6 per cent who said it was favourable.

However, 42.9 per cent said their opinion was neutral, while 6.6 per cent said they had never heard of Mr Foley.

Mr Foley is most popular among 18- to 34-year-olds, with 26.4 per cent saying they have a favourable opinion. But even among that age group, 32.3 per cent said their opinion was unfavourable, with 30 per cent remaining neutral.

The campaign comes as the government is spending more than $13 million on “Tomorrow’s Sydney” advertising designed to pacify commuters frustrated by the amount of infrastructure related construction work around the city.

The opposition has slammed the spending on the ads, which are set to run until 2018-19, as government “self promotion”.

Fairfax Media has also revealed the government is spending $2 million on advertising that will run through the 2019 election spruiking the benefits of the $17 billion WestConnex motorway.

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Unlocking drugs to ease impact of breast cancer

Posted by on 28/09/2019 at 5:40 pm
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KEY STEP: Making drugs like CDK inhibitors available to all Australians could significantly improve the quality of life for thousands of people living with metastatic breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and you might have noticed your world looking a little pinker than usual as individuals, businesses and community groups gather together to raise awareness and funds to support people with breast cancer and find a cure.
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Much of the focus will be around the statistics of people diagnosed with breast cancer and the encouraging survival rates we have here in Australia.

However, where do the stories of people living with an incurable form of the disease fit in among the stories of pink and survival?

Metastatic breast cancer – also known as Stage 4 breast cancer, terminal breast cancer or secondary breast cancer – occurs when the cancer spreads beyond the breast to other parts of the body such as the bones, lungs, liver and less commonly the brain.

Today isMetastatic Breast Cancer Awareness day.

Metastatic breast cancer cannot be cured but it can be treated. As a result, people diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer will receive some form of treatment for the rest of their lives.

We know that around 3000 Australians will die from breast cancer in 2017 but we do not know how many Australians are currently living with metastatic disease.

So what does a life with metastatic cancer look like?

It looks like endless questions and uncertainty. It looks like periods of wellness punctuated by bouts of illness and treatment.

Many people with metastatic cancer will live for many years with the disease – and some will live well.

A new class of drug called CDK inhibitors are helping people with metastatic breast cancer around the world to live well.

In clinical trials these drugs have been found to substantially improve progression-free survival and delay women having chemotherapy.

What this means is more ‘well’ time away from hospital. It means women are not dealing with the toxins of chemotherapy and the challenging side effects like hair loss, nausea and nerve pain.

These drugs can allow them to spend more time with their family and friends, doing the things they love.

Despite being available in other countries the first round of CDK inhibitors were only approved in Australia in May this year.

The government has not approved these drugs for inclusion on the PBS, which means people wanting to access them will have to pay $5000 a month to have them.

We know this cost is simply out of reach for many Australians. Breast Cancer Network Australia has been working hard to change this and get these important new drugs into the hands of Australian women.

While October is a time to pay tribute to those who have died from breast cancer and support those going through breast cancer, it is also a time to highlight the enormous impact breast cancer has on the lives of women and men – and consider what can be done to reduce this impact.

Making drugs such as CDK inhibitors available to Australians living with metastatic breast cancer is an important step in the right direction, and one that could significantly improve the quality of life for thousands of people living with this disease.

Danielle Spence isthe Director of Policy and Advocacy at Breast Cancer Network Australia.For more information and support tailored to people with metastatic breast cancer,visit the network’s websitebcna.org419论坛

Greater Bank calls for Aussie dollar emojiPOLL, PHOTOS

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Greater Bank calls for Aussie dollar emoji | POLL, PHOTOS Aussie Aussie Aussie: Emojis are increasing in use. As such, Greater Bank believes it’s time for an Aussie dollar emoji.
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TweetFacebookNow it has turned its attention to emojis.

In a worldwide study of emoji use, money was the 32nd most popular out of 60 categories.

The emoji-world hasAmerican bills, euros, yen and pounds, but apparently no Aussie currency.

Greater Bank is leading a movement to rectify this oversight.

It has created a petition at change.org, titled Where is our $AUD Emoji?

The driver of the Greater’s #AussieDollarEmoji campaign, Matthew Hingston, said language was evolving.

“As the pace of the world in which we live increases, so too has the way we communicate,” said Matthew, who is the Greater’s head of marketing and customer experience.

“SMS was a game changer, but now there are many other instant messaging platforms that dominate this landscape.”

Matthew said hashtags “convey a lot of information in a quick little bundle of letters”.

But he said emojis were “arguably the most satisfying and succinct form of communication”.

“Not only can they depict our emotions, but they also take on their own cultural meanings,” he said.

Emojis are popular, but also powerful.

In the past few years, they’ve become more multicultural and racially diverse.

Greater Bank believes that it’s time Australians were better represented, with an Australian dollar emoji.

“We want this emoji not just for the local Australian population, but so the rest of the world can see our unique Australian dollars on their mobile devices,” Matthew said.

The bank urged people torally for the #AussieDollarEmoji, show someAussie spirit and sign thepetition.

Switching BanksSpeaking of banks, reader Michael told us this story about ANZ Bank.

He’d been banking with them for years andthey kept hassling himabout life insurance.

Thing is, Michael didn’t want their life insurance.

“I asked them repeatedly to take me off their list,” he said.

But they didn’t listen. Eventually, he gave them an ultimatum. If they called him one more time, he’d shut all his accounts and switch banks.

Michael nolonger banks with ANZ.

Death BenefitsSpeaking of life insurance, we were reading a product disclosure statement of a superannuation fund recently –as you do.

We noticed a table on death benefits –payouts your family would receive if you died.

If you’re aged 15 to 19, your death benefit is $47,600. This figure steadily rises until reaching a peak of $192,400 at age 35.

Then it gradually declines to $17,100 when you’re aged 59to 69.

So according to the hallowed insurance sector, we hit our peak in our mid 30s and it’s all downhill from there.

Open homesSaturday October 14

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Adamstown10.00am – 10.30am | 15 Sixth Street | $660,000 – $720,000 | 4989 4013
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10.00am – 10.30am | 137 Lockyer Street | Auction | 02 4961 6899

10.30am – 11.00am | 38 Fourth Street | $795,000 – $845,000 | 0438 770 427

10.50am – 11.20am | 18 Ella Street | $1,400,000 – $1,500, | 4902 7222

11.00am – 11.30am | 100 Fletcher Street | $625,000 – $655,000 | 0249 260 600

11.00am – 11.30am | 86 Madison Drive | Friendly Auction | 0249 260 600

11.30am – 12.00pm | 2/3 Fourth Street | $680,000-$720,000 | 0411 843 051

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 12 Brisbane Water Road | Auction | 4908 5900

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 114 Garden Grove Parade | $1,000,000 – $1,100, | 0249 260 600

12.45pm – 1.15pm | 17 Regan Street | Price Guide $1,200,0 | 4908 5900

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 43 Belmore Street | Price on request | 4989 4003

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 36 Eighth Street | $665,000 – $735,000 | 4902 7222

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 8 Bailey Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

Adamstown Heights9.00am – 9.30am | 14 Muraban Street | Auction | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.30am | 45 City Road | $850,000 – $900,000 | 4902 7222

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 7 Madera Close | Auction | 02 4961 6899

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 81 Princeton Avenue | $778,000 | 0411 843 051

12.45pm – 1.15pm | 61 Princeton Avenue | Auction | 02 4961 6899

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 35 Carolyn Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

Anna Bay11.15am – 12.00pm | 2/5 Fitzroy Street | $540,000 – $570,000 | 0423 120 030

Arcadia Vale12.15pm – 12.45pm | 82 Arcadia Street | $649,000 | 4975 1644

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 84 Alexander Parade | $649,000 – $699,000 | 4975 1644

Balmoral10.30am – 11.00am | 33 Hastings Road | $590,000 – $639,000 | 4975 4800

10.30am – 11.00am | 2 Letchworth Parade | $1,049,000 | 4975 4800

11.15am – 11.45am | 1/10 Balmoral Place | $499,000 – $529,000 | 4975 4800

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 91 Letchworth Parade | AUCTION 19.10.17 | 4959 1466

Barnsley10.00am – 10.30am | 68a Thomas Streeet | $395,000 – $430,000 | 0249 260 600

12.45pm – 1.15pm | 17 Nelson Street | $590,000 to $640,000 | 4950 6111

Belmont10.00am – 10.30am | 20 Violet Town Road | EOI | 4945 8600

11.00am – 11.30am | 15 Heron Place | By Neg $940,000 – $9 | 4945 8600

11.00am – 11.30am | 6/12-14 Glover Street | PREVIEW | 0428 131 338

11.30am – 12.00pm | 2 Seafarer Close | Auction | 4945 8600

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 11 Cobbin Parade | Price On Request | 4944 5600

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 9 Tudor Street | Preview | 4915 7888

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 20 Green Point Drive | Auction | 4945 8600

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 38 Crown Street | By Neg $1,270,000 – | 0419 698 908

3.00pm – 3.30pm | 6/30-32 Macquarie Street | By Neg $379,950 – $3 | 4945 8600

Belmont North10.00am – 10.30am | 50 Kananook Crescent | Preview | 4915 7888

11.00am – 11.30am | 39 Kananook Crescent | $670,000-$710,000 | 4915 7888

11.00am – 11.30am | 12 Vista Parade | $695,000-$735,000 | 4915 7888

11.00am – 11.30am | 1/56A Golding Avenue | $390,000-$430,000 | 4915 7888

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 62 John Fisher Road | $790,000 – $840,000 | 4908 5900

Belmont South10.00am – 10.30am | 21 Marriot Street | Preview | 4915 7888

Birmingham Gardens10.00am – 10.30am | 31 Naughton Avenue | $375,000 – $405,000 | 4904 8400

10.30am – 11.00am | 16 Timmins Street | Guide $395,000 | 0418 684 866

Blackalls Park10.00am – 10.30am | 19 Blackall Avenue | Auction | 4950 8555

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 1 Adam Street | $585,000 – $610,000 | 0434 627 080

Bolton Point12.00pm – 12.30pm | 143 Bay Road | $850,000 – $920,000 | 0447 122 113

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 22 Tirabeenba Drive | $385,000 | 4959 1466

Boolaroo4.00pm – 4.30pm | 46 First Street | Guide: $470,000 | 4904 8400

Booragul12.00pm – 12.30pm | 6 Farlow Street | $429,000 | 4959 1677

Brightwaters12.00pm – 12.30pm | 114 Dandaraga Road | $650,000 – $690,000 | 0422 284 151

Broadmeadow11.00am – 11.30am | 12 School Street | Price On Request | 4944 5600

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 153 Everton Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

Buttaba11.00am – 11.30am | 45 Earswick Crescent | $595.000 | 4954 8833

11.00am – 11.30am | 53 Ilford Avenue | AUCTION | 4959 1677

11.00am – 11.30am | 37 Pangela Street | $495,000 – $544,500 | 4975 1644

11.00am – 11.30am | 21 ilford Avenue | $1,195,000 | 4959 1677

11.00am – 11.30am | 100 Clydebank Road | $589.000 | 4954 8833

Cameron Park10.00am – 10.30am | 24 Ayes Avenue | $540,000 – $590,000 | 0249 260 600

10.45am – 11.15am | 16 Billabong Drive | $540,000 to $590,000 | 4955 6900

11.15am – 11.45am | 17 Guilford Grove | $650,000 – $700,000 | 0447 122 113

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 41 Constitution Drive | $580,000 – $620,000 | 4950 8555

1.30pm – 2.00pm | 38 Floresta Crescent | $775,000 – $845,000 | 0249 260 600

1.45pm – 2.15pm | 31 Tenyo Street | $537,000 | 4950 8555

1.45pm – 2.15pm | 12 Finch Street | $490,000 – $530,000 | 4908 5900

2.30pm – 3.00pm | 19 Flamingo Drive | $520,000 – $570,00 | 4950 8555

2.45pm – 3.15pm | 2 Lakeaire Circuit | $590,000 – $640,000 | 4950 8555

Cardiff10.30am – 11.00am | 5 Davies Street | $595,000 – $650,000 | 0447 122 113

11.45am – 12.15pm | 45 Lawson Road | $850,000 – $920,000 | 0411 295 991

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 5 Park Street | $489,000 – $535,000 | 4954 7447

1.45pm – 2.15pm | 27 Queens Avenue | $470,000 – $510,000 | 0411 295 991

Cardiff South10.00am – 10.30am | 8 Sophia Court | Auction | 4902 7222

11.00am – 11.30am | 5/3 Francis | $349,950 | 4943 6333

Carey Bay11.15am – 11.45am | 6 Exeter Street | $890,000 – $965,000 | 4959 8667

Carrington11.30am – 11.55am | 73 Bourke Street | $659,950 | 4908 5900

1.00pm – 1.45pm | 94 Young Street | AUCTION | 4960 0499

Caves Beach10.00am – 10.30am | 33 Scenic Drive | Auction | 4945 8600

Charlestown10.00am – 10.30am | 411a Warners Bay Road | Guide: $700,000 | 4904 8400

10.00am – 10.30am | 71 Roslyn Avenue | $689,000 | 0410 545 947

10.00am – 10.30am | 46 Park Street | Price On Request | 4902 7222

11.00am – 11.30am | 24 Pillapai Street | $620,000 – $670,000 | 4904 8400

11.00am – 11.30am | 69 Roslyn Avenue | $586,000 | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.30am | 13 Wales Street | Auction | 4904 8400

11.00am – 11.30am | 58 Alexander Parade | Preview | 4915 7888

11.15am – 11.45am | 4 Birkwood Close | $684,000 | 0418 685 955

11.30am – 12.00pm | 49 Gari St | Guide on request | 4910 0692

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 5/260 Pacific Highway | Guide: $500,000 | 4904 8400

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 43 Arnold Street | Expres. of Interest | 4904 8400

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 12 Kalora Crescent | Preview | 4915 7888

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 66 Jennifer St | $675,000-$725,000 | 4910 0692

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 8/29 Edward Street | $526,000 | 4908 5900

1.30pm – 2.00pm | 63 Felton Street | $629,950 | 4908 5900

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 104 Pacific Highway | $479,950 | 4943 6333

2.30pm – 3.00pm | 11a Dickinson Street | $589,000 – $639,000 | 4915 3800

Coal Point10.00am – 10.30am | 6 Ellis Close | $745,000 – $795,000 | 0478 164 220

10.30am – 11.00am | 247 – 249 Coal Point Road | $1,700,000-$1,800,00 | 0428 482 767

10.45am – 11.15am | 1 Killara Close | $749,000 | 0478 164 220

11.00am – 11.30am | 42 Coal Point Road | $749,000 – $769,000 | 4959 1466

11.30am – 12.00pm | 14 Skye Point Road | $589,000 | 4959 1466

1.30pm – 2.00pm | 252 Coal Point Road | $485,000 | 4959 1677

Cooks Hill8.30am – 9.00am | 1/17 Dawson Street | AUCTION TODAY | 4928 7400

9.00am – 10.00am | 49 Railway Street | Auction | 02 4961 6899

10.45am – 11.15am | 22/215 Darby Street | Auction | 02 4961 6899

11.45am – 12.15pm | 128 Dawson Street | Auction 28 Oct 10:30 | 0418 682 377

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 3/90 Brooks Street | 575K-625K | 4944 5600

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 3/84 Darby Street | $750,000 – $795,000 | 0249 260 600

12.45pm – 1.15pm | 7/26 Brooks Street | $575,000-$600,000 | 0418 682 377

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 98 Bull Street | Auction 11 Nov 3pm | 0412 680 584

1.15pm – 1.45pm | 12/58 Parry Street | $595,000 | 0418 684 866

Cooranbong10.00am – 10.30am | 26 Yango Street | $605,000 – $625,000 | 0428 826 153

11.00am – 11.30am | 46 Avondale Road | $625,000 | $625,000

11.45am – 12.15pm | 411 Freemans Drive | $460,000 – $480,000 | 4959 8667

Dora Creek11.00am – 11.30am | 90 Baker Street | $760,000 – $795,000 | 4959 8667

11.30am – 12.15pm | 170 Dora Street | Auction | (02) 4975 4499

1.15pm – 1.45pm | 17 Coorumbung Road | $649,000 – $689,000 | 4959 1466

Dudley10.00am – 10.30am | 15 Lyndhurst Street | Preview | 4908 5900

10.00am – 10.30am | 6 George Street | Auction | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.30am | 7 Albury Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

Edgeworth9.00am – 9.30am | 3 Gordonia Close | $470,000 – $510,000 | 4950 8555

9.45am – 10.15am | 796 Main Road | $330,000 – $360,000 | 4959 1466

11.00am – 11.30am | 71a Minmi Road | $430,000 to $470,000 | 4950 6111

11.00am – 11.45am | 31 Palisade Street | $770,000 – $830,000 | 0249 260 600

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 15 Nott Street | $380,000 – $415,000 | 0439 616 851

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 60 Transfield Avenue | $490,000 to $530,000 | 4950 6111

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 21 Irving Street | $300,000 – $330,000 | 4950 8555

Eleebana10.00am – 10.30am | 93 Burton Road | $820,000 – $860,000 | 4915 3800

10.00am – 10.30am | 11 Moani Street | $550,000 – $600,000 | 4989 4011

10.00am – 10.30am | 6 Hermitage Close | $740,000 | 4944 5600

10.30am – 11.00am | 34 Moani Street | $670K – $737K | 4944 5600

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 15a Cherry Road | Price On Request | 4944 5600

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 93 Burton Road | $820,000 – $860,000 | 4915 3800

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 20 Desreaux Close | AUCTION 02.11.17 | 4915 3800

Elermore Vale10.45am – 11.15am | 6/151 Lake Road | $320,000 to $355,000 | 4950 6111

11.00am – 11.30am | View plans 443 Hunter St | $414,000-$424,000 | 0402 411 317

11.00am – 11.30am | 11 Franciska Close | $835,000 – $865,000 | 4943 6333

11.00am – 11.30am | 5 Ceres Close | Preview | 4908 5900

11.45am – 12.15pm | 89 Croudace Road | $600,000 to $650,000 | 4955 6900

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 5 Orion Close | $600,000 – $650,000 | 4943 6333

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 10/164-166 Croudace Rd | Guide on Request | 4929 5999

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 1/157 Lake Road | $595,000-$649,000 | 0409 099 991

Fassifern1.00pm – 1.30pm | 8 Lake Street | $569,000 | 4959 8667

Fern Bay10.30am – 11.00am | 18 Sandcastle Street | $580,000 – $630,000 | 4902 7222

11.00am – 11.30am | 6 Rosemary Street | Price On Request | 4902 7222

12.45pm – 1.15pm | 19 Paperbark Court | Auction | 4955 6900

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 73 Seaside Boulevard | $570,000 – $620,000 | 4989 4002

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 7 Diuris Street | $595,000 – $630,000 | 0249 260 600

Fishing Point10.00am – 10.30am | 39 Alkrington Avenue | $675,000 – $740,000 | 0422 133 066

11.00am – 11.30am | 132a Fishing Point Road | $749,000 | 4959 1466

Fletcher9.30am – 10.00am | 9 Brookfield Avenue | $550,000 – $565,000 | 4989 4021

10.15am – 10.45am | 7 Piroma Street | $690,000 – $730,000 | 4989 4021

11.00am – 11.30am | 32 Brookfield Avenue | $620,000 – $680,000 | 0249 260 600

11.30am – 12.00pm | 10 Thistle Way | $799,000 | 0423 375 591

3.00pm – 3.30pm | 26 Awabakal Drive | $665,000 – $715,000 | 4902 7222

Floraville12.00pm – 12.30pm | 36 Imperial Close | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 63 Marlin Avenue | EOI | 4945 8600

Fullerton Cove11.00am – 4.00pm | The Cove Village | Contact Agent | 4908 5900

Garden Suburb11.00am – 11.30am | 118 Prospect Road | $498,000 – $528,000 | 0413 452 297

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 99 Prospect Road | $699,950 | 4908 5900

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 18 Sundew Close | Auction | 4904 8400

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 14 Whitegum Way | $715,000 – $785,000 | 4954 7447

Georgetown2.00pm – 2.30pm | 70 Christo Road | Auction | 0408 525 362

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 2 Hunter Street | $660,000-$710,000 | 0418 682 377

Glendale11.30am – 12.00pm | 302 Lake Road | Auction 4/11/17 | 4950 6111

Hamilton11.30am – 12.00pm | 108 Denison Street | Guide $820,000 | 0249 260 600

1.30pm – 2.00pm | 201 Denison Street | Auction | 02 4961 6899

Hamilton North12.00pm – 12.30pm | 257 Beaumont Street | $830,000 – $880,000 | 02 4961 6899

Hamilton South11.00am – 11.30am | 158 Parkway Avenue | Auction | 4902 7222

11.45am – 12.30pm | 25 Harle Street | Auction | 4908 5900

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 2/28 Churchill Circuit | $540,000 – $580,000 | 4904 8400

1.45pm – 2.15pm | 3/422 Glebe Road | $540,000 – $580,000 | 02 4961 6899

2.15pm – 2.45pm | 200 Kemp Street | $1.15mil – $1.25mil | 02 4961 6899

3.00pm – 3.30pm | 118 Gordon Avenue | Auction | 02 4961 6899

Highfields11.00am – 11.30am | 33a George Street | $800,000K | 4944 5600

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 6 Valaud Crescent | $780,000 – $825,000 | 0438 770 427

Hillsborough11.00am – 11.30am | 41 King Street | Preview | 4908 5900

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 7 Royton Street | $550,000 – $600,000 | 4904 8400

Holmesville12.00pm – 12.30pm | 2 Tunanda Close | $460,000 – $500,000 | 4950 8555

Islington10.00am – 10.30am | 12/22 Milford Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

10.00am – 10.30am | 50 Fern Street | $619,950 | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.30am | 319/14 Milford Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

Jesmond10.00am – 10.30am | 4 Hill Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

10.30am – 11.00am | 78 Michael Street | $475,000 | 4961 5181

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 1/3 Harvard Close | $370,000 – $390,000 | 0249 260 600

Jewells11.00am – 11.30am | 4 Sharon Avenue | $740,000 – $790,000 | 4904 8400

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 16 Mathew Avenue | $640,000-$680,000 | 4915 7888

Kahibah10.00am – 10.30am | 39 Beath Crescent | Auction | 4908 5900

Kilaben Bay10.45am – 11.15am | 3 South Street | AUCTION 19.10.17 | 4959 1466

Kotara10.00am – 10.30am | 175 Park Avenue | AUCTION 02.11.17 | 4915 3800

10.00am – 10.30am | 50 Grayson Avenue | Guide: $675,000 | 4904 8400

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 4 Gregory Parade | $795,000 – $874,500 | 4902 7222

Kotara South10.00am – 10.30am | 61 Blackbutt Parade | $490,000 – $525,000 | 4904 8400

Lakelands3.00pm – 3.30pm | 7/115 Ambleside Circuit | Guide: $425,000 | 4904 8400

Lambton10.00am – 10.30am | 142 Elder Street | Guide $725,000 | 0249 260 600

10.00am – 10.30am | 7/22 Karoola Road | $460,000 – $490,000 | 4904 8400

10.00am – 10.30am | 90 Womboin Road | AUCTION | 0411 843 051

11.00am – 11.30am | 2a Durham Road | $760,000 – $795,000 | 0410 545 947

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 37 Durham Road | $850,000 – $900,000 | 4957 6166

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 4/35 Robinson Avenue | $429,950 | 4943 6333

Macquarie Hills10.00am – 10.30am | 9 Ventura Pace | $450,000 – $490,000 | 0249 260 600

10.00am – 10.30am | 153 Macquarie Road | AUCTION 19.10.17 | 4915 3800

11.00am – 11.30am | 100 Lawson Road | $470,000 – $515,000 | 0411 295 991

11.30am – 12.00pm | 4 Ripon Way | $740,000-$770,000 | 0410 312 281

12.15pm – 12.45pm | 90 Delaware Drive | PREVIEW | 4928 7400

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 2 Kuraman Close | $619,950 | 4908 5900

Marks Point9.00am – 9.30am | 1/25-31 Haddon Crescent | EOI | 4945 8600

Marmong Point12.45pm – 1.15pm | 6 Courageous Close | $495,000 – $540,000 | 0411 295 991

Maryland9.00am – 9.30am | 11a Wibbi Street | $475,000 to $515,000 | 4955 6900

10.00am – 10.30am | 132 Callan Ave | $450,000-$470,000 | 4910 0692

10.00am – 10.30am | 7 Kiara Close | $440,000 to $480,000 | 4955 6900

10.15am – 10.45am | 9 Koombool Avenue | $570,000 | 4928 7400

11.00am – 11.30am | 156 Maryland Drive | $440,000 – $470,000 | 4989 4021

11.00am – 11.45am | 44 Berwick Crescent | PREVIEW | 4928 7400

12.15pm – 12.45pm | 36 Callan Avenue | PREVIEW | 4928 7400

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 46 Callan Avenue | PREVIEW | 4928 7400

Maryville10.30am – 11.00am | 29 Downie Street | Auction | 02 4961 6899

11.00am – 11.30am | 5/10 The Lane | $850,000 – $920,000 | 4954 7447

11.00am – 11.30am | 72 McMichael Street | Price on request | 4989 4002

12.15pm – 12.45pm | 12/14 The Lane | Preview | 4908 5900

Mayfield9.30am – 10.00am | 162 Crebert Street | Guide $675,000 | 0407 826 391

10.00am – 10.30am | 110 Elizabeth Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

10.00am – 10.30am | 52 Avon Street | Preview | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.30am | 3 Simpson Court | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

11.00am – 11.30am | 3/37 Gamack Street | $450,000 | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.45am | 20 Villiers Street | $649,000-$710,000 | 4960 0499

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 16 George Street | $580,000 – $599,000 | 0402 009 532

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 20 Cross Street | $630,000-$670,000 | 0425 278 850

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 33 Fawcett Street | Preview | 4908 5900

1.15pm – 1.45pm | 100 Crebert Street | Friendly Auction | 0249 260 600

Mayfield East11.30am – 12.00pm | 43/29 Arthur Street | $395,000 – $410,000 | 0413 209 505

11.30am – 12.00pm | 22 Smith Street | $680.000 – $740,000 | 4954 8833

Mayfield West9.45am – 10.15am | 1 Adrian Street | $560,000 | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.30am | 1 Werribi Street | $435,000-$475,000 | 4960 0499

12.15pm – 1.00pm | 3 Shelley Close | $680,000-$740,000 | 4960 0499

Merewether9.00am – 9.30am | 2/15 Lingard Street | $690,000 – $750,000 | 0413 209 500

10.00am – 10.30am | 4/83 Mitchell Street | Auction | 4929 5999

10.00am – 10.30am | 74 Selwyn Street | $750,000 | 4989 4003

10.00am – 10.30am | 14 Mary Street | Auction | 02 4961 6899

11.00am – 11.15am | 173 Morgan Street | $940,000 | 4989 4003

11.00am – 11.30am | 5/13 Selwyn Street | $645,000 | 4989 4013

11.30am – 12.00pm | 2 Henry Street | Auction 4 Nov 1:30pm | 0418 684 866

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 15/22 Patrick Street | Price on request | 4989 4013

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 11 Cedar Crescent | Price on request | 4989 4003

12.15pm – 12.45pm | 99 Kenrick Street | Auction 4 Nov 12pm | 0418 684 866

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 114 Janet Street | Auction | 4902 7222

12.50pm – 1.20pm | 61 Yule Road | Auction | 4902 7222

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 3 Hugh Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 1/28 Kilgour Avenue | AUCTION | 0423 375 591

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 12 Wilton Street | Price On Request | 4944 5600

1.30pm – 2.00pm | 112a Janet Street | $1,450,000 – $1,500, | 0249 260 600

4.00pm – 4.30pm | 6 Livingstone Street | Auction | 02 4961 6899

Merewether Heights11.40am – 12.10pm | 14 The Grove | Auction | 4902 7222

Mount Hutton10.00am – 10.30am | 9 Plumridge Close | $775,000 – $850,000 | 0422 133 066

11.30am – 12.00pm | 1 Roscrea Crescent | $500,000 – $550,000 | 0422 133 066

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 6/62 Tennent Road | $370,000 – $385,000 | 0410 545 947

2.30pm – 3.00pm | 45 Auklet Road | $850,000 – $920,000 | 4908 5900

Newcastle10.15am – 10.45am | 8/18 Brown Street | $315,000 – $339,000 | 0402 009 532

10.30am – 11.00am | 804/10 Worth Place | $849,000 – $879,000 | 0249 260 600

11.00am – 11.30am | 405/8 King Street | Guide $695,000 | 0249 260 600

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 51 Perkins Street | Auction 21 Oct 11am | 0412 680 584

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 904/10 Worth Place | $870,000 – $950,000 | 4902 7222

12.15pm – 12.45pm | 610/10 Worth Place | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 1/71 Scott Street | $690,000-$740,000 | 0417 030 301

Newcastle West10.15am – 10.45am | 111/569 Hunter Street | $260,000 – $269,000 | 4902 7222

New Lambton10.00am – 10.30am | 86 Orchardtown Road | $650,000 – $715,000 | 4989 4008

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 18 Bridges Road | $540,000 to $590,000 | 0418689815

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 1 Sturdee Street | Auction | 4902 7222

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 34 Aldyth Street | $1,200,000-$1,300,00 | 4989 4008

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 1/101 Victoria Street | $550,000 – $595,000 | 4957 6166

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 180 Bridges Road | $465,000 – $510,000 | 4989 4008

4.00pm – 4.30pm | 19 Poitrel Street | Auction | 4950 8555

New Lambton Heights11.00am – 11.30am | 196 Croudace Street | $1,200,000 – $1,290, | 0249 260 600

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 64 Grandview Road | $670,000 – $720,000 | 4904 8400

North Lambton10.00am – 10.30am | 60 Dent Street | Advanced Showing | 4908 5900

10.00am – 10.45am | 48 Spruce Street | Auction | 02 4961 6899

10.45am – 11.15am | 3 Noble Street | Auction | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.30am | 28 Dent Street | $620-$660,000 | 0412352490

11.00am – 11.30am | 27 Dent Street | $565,000 – $580,000 | 4957 6166

11.30am – 12.00pm | View plans 443 Hunter St | $345,000-$365,000 | 0402 411 317

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 18 Lester Parade | $580,000 – $630,000 | 0249 260 600

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 21 Faulkner Crescent | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

Pelaw Main2.15pm – 3.00pm | 29 Millfield Street | AUCTION | 4928 7400

Rankin Park11.00am – 11.30am | 23 Cheshire Close | $640,000 to $680,000 | 4955 6900

Rathmines9.30am – 10.00am | 67a Harborne Avenue | $429,000 – $449,000 | 4975 4800

10.30am – 11.00am | 19 Northminster Way | $775,000 | 4959 1677

11.15am – 11.45am | 68 Rosemary Row | $529,000 – $549,000 | 4975 4800

11.30am – 12.00pm | 21 Hampstead Way | $495,000 – $535,000 | 4959 8667

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 26 Overhill Road | $529,000 | 4975 4800

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 5 Sunlight Parade | AUCTION 02.11.17 | 4975 4800

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 44 Northview Street | $499,000 – $529,000 | 4975 4800

1.30pm – 2.00pm | 29 Northminster Way | $700,000 – $750,000 | 4975 4800

Redhead2.00pm – 2.30pm | 6 Elsdon Street | $700,000-$750,000 | 4915 7888

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 39 Brown Street | $890,000 – $979,000 | 4908 5900

Shortland9.15am – 9.45am | 23/49 Mawson Street | $440,000 – $480,000 | 0249 260 600

9.30am – 10.00am | 1/285 Sandgate Road | Price On Request | 4902 7222

11.00am – 11.30am | 6/2 Conmurra Circuit | $489,950 | 4908 5900

Speers Point11.00am – 11.30am | 10/43 Berkeley Street | $549,000 | 4915 3800

11.00am – 11.45am | 28 Bell Street | PREVIEW | 4928 7400

11.00am – 11.30am | 24 Speers Street | $660,000 – $699,000 | 4908 5900

11.30am – 12.00pm | 1 Braye Street | $680,000 – $745,000 | 0426 108 731

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 33 Barfod Street | Guide $700,000 | 0249 260 600

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 240 The Esplande | Price On Request | 4902 7222

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 4 Atkin Avenue | Auction | 4904 8400

Stockton9.15am – 9.45am | 58 Forfar Street | Auction | 4955 6900

10.00am – 10.30am | 6 Pacific Street | Auction | 4955 6900

10.00am – 10.30am | 61A Mitchell Street | $640,000-$690,000 | 4928 4000

11.00am – 11.30am | 22 Queen Street | Auction | 4955 6900

11.45am – 12.15pm | 68 Hereford Street | Auction | 4955 6900

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 3 Clyde Street | Auction | 4902 7222

2.30pm – 3.00pm | 13 Booth Street | Auction 4 Nov 3pm | 0418 684 866

Swansea4.00pm – 4.30pm | 24/2 Belmont Street | $1,145,000 | 4945 8600

Tanilba Bay12.00pm – 12.30pm | 82 Avenue of the Allies | $349.000 | 0435865500

Teralba10.00am – 10.30am | 2 North Street | AUCTION | 4959 1677

11.30am – 12.00pm | 31 Railway Street | AUCTION | 4959 1677

The Hill10.00am – 10.30am | 7 Armitage Street | AUCTION | 0413 209 500

11.00am – 11.30am | 10/10 Kitchener Pde | $770,000 – $799,000 | 0402 009 532

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 5 Bingle Street | 1,375,000 – 1,475,00 | 0249 260 600

12.15pm – 12.45pm | 4/41 Nesca Parade | Guide $695,000 | 0249 260 600

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 20 Mosbri Crescent | $1.9mil – $2.1 | 02 4961 6899

The Junction10.00am – 10.30am | 9 Brien Street | Auction | 4902 7222

11.45am – 12.15pm | 149 Union Street | $600,000 – $625,000 | 0402 009 532

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 16/34 Kemp Street | $540,000 – $590,000 | 02 4961 6899

Tighes Hill10.30am – 11.00am | 9 Park Road | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

10.45am – 11.15am | 16 Union Street | $949,950 | 4908 5900

10.45am – 11.15am | 36 Kings Road | Auction 4 Nov 10:30 | 0418 682 377

Tingira Heights11.00am – 11.30am | 5 Somers Close | Guide $395,000 | 0249 260 600

3.00pm – 3.30pm | 20 Violet Town Road | EOI | 4945 8600

Toronto10.30am – 11.00am | 24 Peppertree Circuit | Preview | 0408 525 362

11.00am – 11.30am | 16 Thorne Street | $429,000 | 4959 1677

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 132 The Boulevarde | $465,000 – $490,000 | 4959 1466

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 4/78 Brighton Avenue | $545,000 | 4959 1466

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 27 Renwick Street | $725,000 | 4959 1677

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 6/124 Brighton Avenue | $379,000 | 4959 1677

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 4/126a Brighton Avenue | $395,000 | 4959 1677

Valentine10.00am – 10.30am | 41 Lurnea Avenue | AUCTION 02.11.17 | 4942 8377

10.00am – 10.30am | 20 Connaught Road | $730,000 – $750,000 | 0413 452 297

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 83 Connaught Road | AUCTION 02.11.17 | 4942 8377

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 64 Victor Avenue | EOI | 4908 5900

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 19 The Hill | $755,000 – $810,000 | 0249 260 600

Wallsend9.15am – 9.45am | 26 Murnin Street | Auction | 0418689815

9.15am – 9.45am | 22 Murnin Street | $480,000 to $520,000 | 4955 6900

10.15am – 10.45am | 63 Close Street | $484,950 | 4908 5900

11.00am – 11.30am | 10 Marie Street | $495,500 to $545,000 | 0418689815

11.00am – 11.30am | 1/65 Gunambi Street | $340,000 – $370,000 | 0439 616 851

11.45am – 12.15pm | 18 Abbott Street | $530,000 – $580,000 | 02 4961 6899

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 39A Macquarie Street | $460,000 to $500,000 | 4955 6900

12.15pm – 12.45pm | 2/7 Dorrigo Street | $450,000 – $470,000 | 0413 209 500

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 1/31 Hill Street | $390,000 to $420,000 | 4955 6900

1.00pm – 2.00pm | 25 Macquarie Street | $485,000 | 0425 290 322

1.45pm – 2.15pm | 49 Birchgrove Drive | $590,000 to $650,000 | 4955 6900

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 43 Stapleton Street | Price On Request | 4902 7222

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 1/75 Lake Road | $387,000 – $425,000 | 4957 6166

3.15pm – 3.45pm | 34 Birchgrove Drive | $740,000 – $800,000 | 4950 8555

Wangi Wangi10.00am – 10.30am | 8 Watkins Road | $480,000 – $510,000 | 4959 8667

12.30pm – 1.00pm | 16 Kummari Street | $569,000 | (02) 4975 4499

Warabrook10.00am – 10.30am | 1/19 Floribunda Circuit | Preview | 4908 5900

Waratah11.45am – 12.15pm | 18 High Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 8 Cyril Street | Auction | 4908 5900

2.15pm – 2.45pm | 8 Dulling Street | Guide on Request | 0249 260 600

Waratah West11.00am – 11.45am | 98 Lorna Street | $420000-$460000 | 4960 0499

Warners Bay10.00am – 1.00pm | 215/6 King Street | $699,000 | 4908 5900

10.00am – 1.00pm | 313/6 King Street | $589,000 | 4908 5900

10.00am – 10.30am | 27 Chartley Street | $639,000 – $659,000 | 4908 5900

10.00am – 1.00pm | 120/6 King Street | $389,000 | 4908 5900

10.00am – 10.30am | 24/48 Fairfax Road | $515,000 – $535,000 | 4908 5900

11.15am – 11.45am | 44 Warners Bay Road | $590,000 – $640,000 | 4904 8400

11.30am – 12.00pm | 1/31 Walker Street | Guide: $695,000 | 4904 8400

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 53 Warners Bay Road | Preview | 4908 5900

1.00pm – 1.30pm | 6 Hindmarsh Street | $870,000 – $930,000 | 0447 122 113

1.30pm – 2.00pm | 2 Jonathan Street | Auction | 4929 5999

2.00pm – 2.30pm | 87 Bayview Street | $500,000 – $550,000 | 4989 4003

Whitebridge10.30am – 11.00am | 5 Salway Close | $940,000 – $990,000 | 0413 437654

10.45am – 11.15am | 142/146 Dudley Road | Guide: $489,000 | 4904 8400

11.00am – 11.30am | 52 Bulls Garden Road | $850,000 – $935,000 | 4904 8400

11.00am – 11.30am | 2 Flora Close | $1,150,000 | 4929 5999

12.00pm – 12.30pm | 80 Lonus Ave | Auction | 4929 5999

Wickham11.00am – 11.30am | 2/28-30 Robert Street | $720,000-$735,000 | 0412 680 584

Windale12.30pm – 1.00pm | 124 Willandra Crescent | $340,000 | 4908 5900

Woodrising9.30am – 10.00am | 4 Columbia Close | $440,000 | 4975 4800

Yarrawonga Park1.00pm – 2.00pm | 62 Yoorala Road | $1,300,000 | (02) 4975 4499

Bachie Baby: Sam and Snezana welcome baby girl

Posted by on 28/09/2019 at 5:40 pm
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Sam Wood and Snezana Markoski have welcomed their first child together.
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Wood, who met Markoski on The Bachelor Australia in 2015, announced they are the proud parents of daughter Willow Wendy Wood in a Facebook post on Thursday.

“I have fallen in love with [the] most perfect little girl and fallen further in love the most beautiful Mum,” Wood wrote in a post in the 28 by Sam Wood Member Community group, a Facebook group for people following Wood’s fitness program.

“I also haven’t been able to stop crying.”

The announcement was accompanied by a picture of little Willow wrapped up in a giraffe-patterned baby blanket.

This is Wood’s first child. Markoski has an 11-year-old daughter, Eve, from her first marriage to Jason Rapoff. ????Me: Hun I love this pic, I’m going to post it, what should I write? Sam: Tuesday night cuddles with this dream boat ???????? Me: ???? NO! Eve: ???????? EewwwA post shared by S N E Z A N A – ?????????????? (@snezanamarkoski) on Sep 19, 2017 at 3:27am PDT????Happy Fathers Day @samjameswood These 3 girls are so lucky to have you a part of our lives. You have brought so much love, support and happiness to our world so we promise to love you, drive you crazy and turn your hair grey at lightning speed, make you wait for us for an extra 20 minutes after we’ve said we’re ready and make you laugh for many years to come! Also a big Happy Fathers Day to my Dad aka Tut who’s been the best Dad and alongside him has taught both @eve.victoria_ and me how to be handy with tools because @samjameswood Isnt ????????????????? and congratulations on your first boomerang Tut just saw it on @lidijamiles insta story ????????????????????????? #happyfathersday #beatdadever #greenpancakes #itshisfavouritecolour #dadandgranddaughterA post shared by S N E Z A N A – ?????????????? (@snezanamarkoski) on Sep 3, 2017 at 2:49am PDTThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Don’t blame government for lax security of defence contractors, says Christopher Pyne

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Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne says the government can’t be blamed for the sloppy cyber security of its sub-contractor that led to hackers stealing 30 gigabytes of commercially-sensitive data.
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So lax were the security measures employed by the defence sub-contractor – a small aerospace engineering firm with about 50 employees – that it used default logins and the passwords “admin” and “guest”.

Details of the hacking were revealed at a conference on Wednesday by Australian Signals Directorate manager Mitchell Clarke, who described the data breach as “extensive and extreme”.

Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne said it was a “stretch” to blame the government for the breach. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen

A “significant” amount of data was stolen over four months in 2016, including sensitive information about Australia’s $14 billion Joint Strike Fighter program, our next fleet of spy planes, and several naval warships.

Mr Pyne, who has responsibility for such projects, said while the information was not classified the situation was “not good enough”, and was a “salutary reminder to everyone in the industry and the government” of the importance of taking cyber security seriously.

But he said it was a “stretch” to blame the government for the procedures of what could have been a small sub-contractor working for one of the Defence Department’s main contractors.

“I don’t think you can try and sheet blame for a small enterprise having lax cyber security back to the federal government. That is a stretch,” Mr Pyne told ABC Radio National’s Breakfast program on Thursday.

“You don’t know that we’ve tendered a major defence contract to a small enterprise with poor cyber security protections, you don’t know that. The contractor could well have been working for a prime [contractor].”

Mr Pyne said the government had been alerted to the breach by a prime contractor, suggesting the small company was a sub-contractor working for a “prime” contractor such as Raytheon, Boeing or Lockheed Martin.

Dan Tehan, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Cyber Security, had on Tuesday alluded to the hacking of a small Australian company with “contracting links to national security projects”, without providing details.

He said the Australian Cyber Security Centre had worked with the company to fix the data compromise, expel the hacker and provide advice on how to prevent such a breach from happening again.

Mr Pyne on Wednesday said he did not know who the hackers were, but also suggested the government might know and wasn’t prepared to divulge the details.

“I don’t know who did it,” he told the ABC. “It could be a state actor, a non-state actor, it could have been someone who was working for another company.”

Mr Pyne later noted the information collected by the ASD was highly-classified and “we don’t necessarily let the public know” about the identities of hackers.

These kinds of attacks were attempted “all the time” and “they are going to be successful on occasion”, he said.

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