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  • Emergency Repairs

    Only URGENT REPAIRS will be accepted first informally but must be confirmed in writing as soon as possible. Urgent repairs are a specialised form of maintenance and directly relate to basic issues of shelter. Some examples are listed below: A serious gas leak A burst hot water service A dangerous … Read more

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  • SeeChange 2016 Arts Festival

    The SeeChange Winter Arts Festival runs from 20 May – 13 June and is hosted by Jervis Bay and Basin Arts, Inc. since 2000 and this years festival will be the ninth. The theme of the 2016 Festival is Illuminate and this year we are a proud Gold sponsor. Click on this link www.seechangefestival.org.au … Read more

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  • Reserve Bank Cuts Interest Rates

    Statement by Glenn Stevens, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision At its meeting today, the Board decided to lower the cash rate by 25 basis points to 3.50 per cent, effective 6 June 2012. Growth in the world economy picked up in the early months of 2012, having slowed in the second half of 2011. But more recent indicators suggest further weakening in Europe and some further moderation in growth in China. Conditions in other parts of Asia have largely recovered from the effects of last year’s natural disasters, but the ongoing trend is unclear and could be dampened by slower Chinese growth. The United States continues to grow at a moderate pace. Commodity prices have declined lately, though they are mostly still high. Australia’s terms of trade similarly peaked about six months ago, though they remain historically high.

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