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Ritz Cinema tickets and Melbourne Cup Race Day tickets winners announced

Ritz Cinema tickets and Melbourne Cup Race Day tickets winners announced

On 21 October 2014 the survey participants who opted into the competition draws as part of Randwick City Council’s Communication Survey were randomly drawn.

Congratulations to the winners of the 10 double pass to Melbourne Cup Day at Royal Randwick Racecourse:

  1. Michael Young, Randwick
  2. Tania Quax, Coogee
  3. Rebecca Findlay-Debeck, Coogee
  4. Melinda Ip, Matraville
  5. Ivana Surducki, Randwick
  6. Christine Cole, Kingsford
  7. Paul Eichorn, Randwick
  8. Aoife Dolphin, Randwick
  9. Jan Douglas, Maroubra
  10. Weijie Liang, Kingsford

Congratulations to the winners of the 20 double pass to the Ritz Cinema in Randwick:

  1. Alla Novochenok, Maroubra
  2. Leslie Brem, Maroubra
  3. Bronwen Jones, Randwick
  4. Penny Szentkuti, Randwick
  5. Shabnam Gill, Randwick
  6. Lisa McCutchion, Randwick
  7. Elizabeth Coombes, Coogee
  8. Cyril  Materu, Randwick
  9. Paul Maurice, Chifley
  10. Isabelle Jalbert, Matraville
  11. Bryce O’Neill, Coogee
  12. Shelley Jeffrey, Randwick
  13. Chris Dunn, Kingsford
  14. Vladimir Ilyash, Randwick
  15. Rebecca Acton, Maroubra
  16. Jasmin Lipscomb, Maroubra
  17. Parima Vyas, Maroubra
  18. Kerry Klinner, Clovelly
  19. Kevin Bradley, Coogee
  20. Lisa Belcher, Coogee

The prizes will be posted to the lucky winners.

Congratulations to the winners and thanks to everybody for taking part in our 2014 Communications Survey.


Randwick Chat

This Randwick chat has now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part and  commented on the Coastal Walkway and sent us their pictures.. We will be starting a new Randwick Chat topic soon.

This month’s chat topic: The Coastal Walkway.

Randwick City Council’s chat forum is a place for you to discuss local issues in Randwick City.We will be changing the topics regularly.

To take part, you need to register. By registering, you’ll receive notifications and updates about consultations.

This month we are asking people to tell us about the Coastal Walkway. Which parts do you love, and what can be improved? Pin your comments on a map and see what others have said.


Kitchen food scraps

Consultation has concluded.

Food scraps survey-Thank you!Thank you for completing the food scraps survey. We’ve had an overwhelming response with over 8300 completed surveys returned. This is the largest response to a Randwick City Council community survey ever. The survey showed overwhelming support from our community for kitchen waste recycling. You can download a full copy of the report from this site.

Food scraps collection service

Since November 2013, Randwick City Council has been trialling food scraps collection. Some 4,900 units participated and we have collected 60 tonnes of food waste so far.

About 40% garbage bin content is food waste and by recycling food waste, we can reduce landfill costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Food waste can be recycled as compost and used to generate electricity.

The NSW Government has a target to increase the recycling rate for solid waste to 70% by 2021-22. Food waste recycling can help meet this target, reduce costs and give an environmental benefit.

Information for food scraps trial participants

Compostable Bin liners

You can pick these up during working hours from:

  • Administrative Centre, 30 Frances Street, Randwick
  • Randwick Community Centre, 30 Munda Street, Randwick
  • Randwick Recycling Centre, 72 Perry Street, Matraville
  • Bowen Library and Community Centre, 669-673 Anzac Parade, Maroubra
  • Margaret Martin Library, Level 1, Royal Randwick Shopping Centre, Randwick
  • Malabar Library, 1203 Anzac Parade, Matraville.

Kitchen benchtop bins/caddies

If you have moved into a unit block that has food scraps collection service and need a kitchen caddy, contact Council on 1300 722 542.

A caddy makes it easy to source separate and store your food scraps for recycling and works well with the compostable bags.

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