Month: November 2013

Belfield RSL gets new Asian restaurant

A customer’s off-hand suggestion was the first inkling of expanding Strathfield locals’ favourite restaurant, Sun Tat Asian Cuisine. The new restaurant, called Serene Palace, is trading from Belfield RSL on Persic Street while the original Sun Tat restaurant is still operating as usual on Liverpool Road. Christine Cheung and Raymond Yeung, who have managed Sun

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Cultural celebration brings community together

Students and staff of Canterbury Boys High School (CBHS) recently enjoyed a day of food, entertainment and festivities at their annual Cantervale festival. Held by the school, Cantervale celebrates the school’s cultural diversity that exists within their student population – 92 percent of their students come from a non-English speaking background. Numerous food stalls were

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CHRISTMAS AT CANTERBURY

Light up your Christmas at Canterbury. Come visit the Club to see the beautiful Christmas decorations and lights – the eleven metre tall Christmas tree and the seven metre tall reindeer will surely be a welcome backdrop for photographs especially at night. The Club will also be full of sparkly tinsel, bright lights, colourful garlands

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2013 CANTERBURY STAFF SERVICE AWARDS

Sixty-nine long service awards were given out at the recent Canterbury League Club Staff Service Awards. These awards recognises Canterbury employees who have provided the Club with 5, 10, 15, 20, 35 or 40 years of service. Three of the longest serving Canterbury employees recognised on the night were Christine Mitchell, Eva Silvestri and Bridget

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Playground brings joy to children with autism

All children love to play but for children with autism, a normal playground might be fraught with uncertainties. McCallums Hill Public School is one school within the local area that doesn’t need to worry about that issue anymore – a $12,500 donation from Canterbury League Club has helped purchase a new playground for children in

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Dressing for success in the workforce

Finding a job is not as easy as it seems especially for women who are unprepared to face the Australian job market. The Career Support Programme, run by Dress for Success Inc, assists disadvantaged women in need as they try to enter or re-enter the workforce. “The type of client that attends can have a

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