Monthly Archives: March 2012

Trivia night a great night out

Healthy competition, good humour, spare change to buy the answers to tricky questions and a bit of luck all contributed to a fun night that was had by all participants of our inaugural ACA Trivia Night held on Saturday night (24th March 2012). The ACA raised just under $700- a little under what we need to pay for our public … > More

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Aurora Moonlight Cinema Sat 31st March- ACA marquee volunteers needed‏

Hello Aurora/ Epping North residents, sorry for another communication today- with all the busyness of the Trivia Night preparation this one got away from us and the event isn’t far away! As you are hopefully aware, as per the flyer you should have received in your letterbox in the past few days, Places Victoria is again hosting a Moonlight Cinema … > More

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Last days- Book your ACA Trivia Night table/ tickets NOW- more great prizes on offer!‏

Hi there! Time flies and our Trivia night is now only a few days away…. Have you been meaning to book your ticket or table but put it off till a date closer to the event?  Well now is that time to book!  Thanks to those of you who have booked and paid for tables- we’re looking forward to it! … > More

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ACA Trivia night – booking tickets and donating prizes‏

As most of you will know, the Aurora Community Association (representing the community where we live) is having its major fund raising event for the year on March 24th- a Trivia night! Have you booked and PAID for your tickets or table yet? The event will be held in Epping North at the Epping Views Primary School (in Epping North), … > More

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Transport infrastructure not meeting population growth, say councils

23 February 2012 Whittlesea Leader Kylie Adoranti COUNCILS in Melbourne’s outer suburbs are in dire need of significant government funding to fix poor infrastructure and lack of public transport in their municipalities. Representatives from Wyndham, Brimbank, Hume, Whittlesea and Casey councils told the 150-plus audience at the Metropolitan Transport Forum last night roads and transport services in their municipalities needed … > More

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