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 Updated Master List for Central Coast Community Services, Interagencies and Forums (updated Feb 2015)

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  Wyong Interagency


2015 Meeting dates are as follows:

19th March - 21st May - 16th July - 17th September - 19th November

Meeting time 9:30am - 11:30am SHARP!

All held at Watanobbi Community Centre, Harrrington Close, Watanobbi.


gold coin morning tea


Mens Interagency

Meeting dates  are as follows:

 To be Advised.

Bishop Collins - NFP Managers Cluster 2015 

Meeting dates are as follows:

17th March - Attitude is Everything; Personality profiling for you and your staff. Michelle Crawford from Forsyth's

14th May - Succession Planning Threat or Necessity HR Horror stories you don't want to hear.  David Prior  Priority Business Lawyers

10th June - ACNC & OFT: Legal requirements for the NFP Sector.

10th September - Who is responsible for a safe workplace (harrassment and bullying)

8th October - Media friend or foe

12th November -  "When The Blues comes to Town"
                                                Depression In The Workplace

10th December - Christmas get together.

 All meetings held at 1/1 Pioneer Avenue Tuggerah

RSVP ESSENTIAL   KristenSmith@bishopcollins.com.au

What's Coming Up.

 

CCCC and Local Federal Members demand action

on Excessive CC FUEL PRICES.

Following reprtesentations from CCCC and CC Express articles the 2 Federal Members Lucy Wicks MP and Karen McNamara MP have set up a petition to have the Aust Competition & Consumer Commission target the Central Coast in assessing FAIRNESS in pricing for fuel.

Given that every service and product we buy has a component for fuel the Regional Areas seem to have prices rise quickly and go down slowly!

Everyone is encouraged to sign the  petition digitally at

LUCY WICKS:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/robertson_petrol_price_petition

KAREN McNAMARA:

https://www.change.org/p/australian-consumer-and-competition-commission-fair-fuel-prices-for-the-central-coast 

further information & story:

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/central-coast/high-central-coast-petrol-prices-subject-of-mps-petition/story-fngr8h0p-1227189815188 

 

The more people who sign the more chance we have of increasing services in the community and bringing down prices.

Please feel free to forward on.

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