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Illawarra renters suffering housing stress

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Illawarra renters are suffering‘housing stress’ according to a new report that shows renters from the region’ssouthern suburbs through to the northare spending more than 30 per cent of household income on rent.
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Adrian Pisarski from National Shelter, said the SGS Economics and Planning report showedwhat had been known anecdotally for ages.

In Wollongong’s northern 2515 postcode which stretches fromThirroul to Clifton, the report revealed rent was‘severely unaffordable’, withthe average household contributing48 per cent of their income on rent.

The most affordable Illawarra postcode was2502 takingin Cringila, Lake Heights, Primbee and Warrawong, where theaverage household contributed31 per cent of income on rent – arateconsidered to be‘unaffordable’.

Housing stress is considered to have beenreached once a household spendsmore than 30 per cent of income on rent.

“Many middle income households are finding it hard to make ends meet, Mr Pisarski said.

“These households ultimatelythen don’t have disposable income to spend on keyitems like health, transport, education and food.”

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Hurlstone Agricultural High School sale to fund new schools and more classrooms

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The sale of 140 hectares of agricultural lands at Glenfield’s Hurlstone Agricultural High School will go towards establishing new schools and expanding existing facilities.
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More than $35 million will be provided to establish the new Hurlstone Agricultural High School at the University of Western Sydney’s Hawkesbury campus while more than $30 million be spent on a new education precinct at Glenfield.

The precinct would include an upgrade of the current Hurlstone Agricultural High School facilities (which will be renamed) and three schools for ‘‘specific purposes’’, as well as the reservation of land for a new primary school.

An extra 360 selective enrolment places will also available at the rebranded high school.

More than $100 million will be spent on 180 new classrooms and schools in south-west Sydney including: William Stimson Public School (Wetherill Park); Cecil Hills Public School; Prestons Public School; Oran Park and Gledswood Hills.

‘‘We will have five schools on that site so it makes sense to develop (housing) around it,’’ Education Minister Adrian Piccoli said.

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Terrific Taylah

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SINGLETON cricketer Taylah Knight is hoping to catch the eye of Australian selectors at the Under-15 National Championships in Hobart this week.
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ON THE BALL: Singleton cricketer Taylah Knight will represent NSW/ACT at the Under-15 National Championships in Hobart this week.

And, she’s in a good position to do so – after averaging 7.12 with the ball this season, and snaring 4-15 from seven overs against Campbelltown-Camden in the Sydney competition.

The talented leg spinner andmiddle-order batsman will take the field for NSW/ACT against Tasmania from Wednesday.

The carnival, which sees thegirls play each of the state’s best youngsters in a round-robinformat, wraps up on December 2.

“We’ve got about eight games, so there’s not much time for sight-seeing with only one rest dayduring the tournament,” Knight said.

“But, I’m expecting it’ll be a tough championship.

“The conditions should suit me though.

“I’m really looking forward to it.”

The St Catherine’s Catholic College Year 8 student represents JPC under-16s in the local Friday night competition and the Flamingos in the Maitland junior format on Saturdays.

The first all-female team in the Hunter Valley, the Flamingos, was formed by Singleton’s Maisy Gibson.

On top of that, Knight alsoplays for the St George-Sutherland Slayers in the under-17women’s age group in Sydney on Sundays.

Off-season, she was selected in the Central North Cricket NSW Academy 8 sessions in Tamworth from June through to September.

The teenager then played at the Country Championships in Raymond Terrace on the October long weekend for Central North, who finished runner-up to the City 15s.

From there, she took the field for Country at the State Challenge Carnival.

Knight ended the tournament with a bowling average of 14.33, an economy rate of 3.07, with a best effort of 3-17 off eight overs.

This gained her a position in the NSW/ACT under-15s.

Following intensive training with the squad, at Kempsey and Singleton, she spent last weekend at a two-day camp at Bankstown International Sports Park toprepare for Hobart.

“It’s the first time I’ve beenselected in the side, so I’m excited about the opportunity,” Knight said.

“Afterwards, they’re picking an Australian merit team.

“I’m hopeful of securing a spot.”

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Hurlstone Agricultural High School sale to fund new schools and more classrooms

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The sale of 140 hectares of agricultural lands at Glenfield’s Hurlstone Agricultural High School will go towards establishing new schools and expanding existing facilities.
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More than $35 million will be provided to establish the new Hurlstone Agricultural High School at the University of Western Sydney’s Hawkesbury campus while more than $30 million be spent on a new education precinct at Glenfield.

The precinct would include an upgrade of the current Hurlstone Agricultural High School facilities (which will be renamed) and three schools for ‘‘specific purposes’’, as well as the reservation of land for a new primary school.

An extra 360 selective enrolment places will also available at the rebranded high school.

More than $100 million will be spent on 180 new classrooms and schools in south-west Sydney including: William Stimson Public School (Wetherill Park); Cecil Hills Public School; Prestons Public School; Oran Park and Gledswood Hills.

‘‘We will have five schools on that site so it makes sense to develop (housing) around it,’’ Education Minister Adrian Piccoli said.

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Indi our Sports Star

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Indi Gladman accepts the Wellington Sports Star award from Wellington Shire councillor Malcolm Hole, Sporting Legends chairman Chris Tudor, Gippsland Times managing director Bruce Ellen and ABC Gippsland presenter Jonathon Kendall during the Wellington Sports Awards.TRAP shooter Indi Gladman was named Wellington’s Sports Star for 2015 on Friday night.
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The Wellington Sports Awards, co-sponsored by Sporting Legends, the Gippsland Times and Maffra Spectator, Wellington Shire and more recently ABC Gippsland, have recognised the talents of young sports people in Wellington Shire since 2002.

Ms Gladman is ranked in the top 10 women Olympic trap shooters and top five for junior women in the discipline.

In recognition of her many achievements in the past year she has been chosen to represent Australia for junior women’s Olympic trap shooting at the Oceania Championships later this month.

This is an open competition for Shooting Australia to pick its Olympic team for Rio and to win quotas for Australia for the Olympics.

Ms Gladman said the $5000 award would prove invaluable in covering her travel expenses to reach the Oceania Championships.

Her sports club, Sale Field and Game, was awarded $1000 to foster youth involvement in its sport.

Ms Gladman was selected as the 2015 sports star from an impressive group of candidates, the interim winners including Josh Dunkley AFL football, Kyle Dunkley AFL football Lara Dunkley netball, Cody Dyce, motocross, Cody Henness AFL football, Rebecca Ingram volleyball, Charlie Noble, swimming, Jordan Rowand, swimming, and Levi Sclater, golf.

The winners of the 2015 Wellington Sports Awards (back row, from left) Cody Dyce, Cody Henness, Josh Dunkley, Kyle Dunkley, Levi Sclater, (front) Jordan Rowand, Lara Dunkley, overall winner Indi Gladman, Rebecca Ingram and Charlie Noble.

In contrast to previous years when guest speakers have been sporting stars or entertainers who have inspired the audience of invited sports club representatives, this year’s guest speaker Peter Wearne from Youth Support and Advocacy Services challenged the audience to embrace methods of dealing with problems affecting young people.

He was particularly concerned with those who are marginalised, and have alcohol, drug and criminal behaviour problems.

Mr Wearne has been an advisor to various state governments, and was a member of the Victorian Police Youth Advisory Committee from 1998 to 2004 and a member of the Victorian Premier’s Drug Prevention Council from 2001 to 2007.

His message for the local sporting clubs was that it is possible to help people dealing with drug abuse problems, even in the so-called current ice epidemic.

“All drug use is treatable,” he said.

” The equation is the drug and the person, if we work with the person we can rebuild people’s lives.

“There are push and pull factors, internal and life influences,” he said.

Mr Wearne emphasised the need to include alienated and marginalised people in the community and to involve them in their own treatment.

The evening finished with the disbursement of the Sporting Legends’ Clubzpool funds to the almost 80 local sporting organisations invloved.

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