南京夜网,南京桑拿,南京夜生活论坛

Poword by Bjxxw!

June, 2019

Library lines

Don’t forget to check out the display of clippings and minute book excerpts relating to the history of the Grenfell Library currently on show in the library to mark the 75th anniversary of the passing of the NSW Library Act.
Nanjing Night Net

There is some fascinating material on the emotive issue of whether or not to join a regional library and some of the statistics of yesteryear are very challenging – in 1970 the library declared a circulation of 49, 530 items (and they only loaned books and magazines at that time – no DVDs, etc!) and a total membership of 2,606 which included 1,203 children spread over six schools.

At the time of writing there were just three new books and one audio book on MP3 available so the New Materials display will be a little sparse this week. But there are a number of orders in the pipeline so the situation should improve in coming weeks.

Have you had a look at the library’s Facebook page or blog of late?

There is a cute photo of three young engineers enjoying the LASY (and the air-conditioning?) in the children’s area on Facebook.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Basketballers bounce

Basketballers bounce Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.
Nanjing Night Net

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

Action from under 10 junior basketball on Thursday night.

TweetFacebookThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

A great place to invest

Strong yields: LJ Hooker Kempsey licensee Carlos Peters said about 60 percent of property investors were from out of town.HOME buyers are snapping up Kempsey properties over the phone site unseen.
Nanjing Night Net

Kempsey houses are becoming a hot item because of rental yields.

They are fetching 8.52 per cent on average, according to ‘your investment Property’ magazine and realestate南京夜网

LJ Hooker Kempsey licensee Carlos Peters said the current housing market in Kempsey was good, with better turnover than over the past two years.

“While there is a bit of risk involved because of the area, the yields are quite good,” Mr Peters said.

“So it’s the old story, the higher the risk the higher the return.

“You have people buying those homes on a 10 to 12 per cent yield, with many people buying site unseen.

“Sixty per cent of inquiries are from out of town investors, with many from Sydney.”

The median house price in Kempsey is $152,000 with weekly median rents at $250 per week. Homes in Kempsey are not fetching the best yields in the state, but are up there in the top 10 per cent.

“Rents are always good and strong in Kempsey,” Mr Peters said.

“They have always been consistent with our vacancy rate at about 1.8 to 2 per cent.”

Kempsey Stock and Land principal Ian Argue said Kempsey Stock and Land, at this time, had no rental vacancies on its books.

“Rentals are in strong demand for all types of houses and units,” Mr Argue said.

“Kempsey has always been a good safe town to invest and it’s not dear real estate.”

Mr Argue said reports indicated that Port Macquarie was currently experiencing a “mini boom”.

“Kempsey is on the outside of that and we mainly see a flow on effect,” he said.

“I would be thinking there will be more activity and it will get a little dearer to buy in the future.”

Mr Peters said Kempsey is a buyers market now.

However, he expects to see an increase in house prices over the next six months.

“We are seeing two to three buyers for one property now and if turnover keeps going the way it is, stock will slowly dry up,” he said.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Below average rainfall for October

Like many other parts of NSW, Grenfell experienced below average rainfall for October.
Nanjing Night Net

The Grenfell Weather Station recorded a total of 28.6 mm and the average rainfall for the month since 1886 is 54.9 mm. However, the rain received during the month was very beneficial to crops and pastures, even though more would have been ideal. The month’s rain has brought the total so are this year to 498.9 mm, just under 20 inches.

The wettest October at Grenfell was in 1973 when 180.2 mm was recorded and our driest October was in 2006 when no rain was measured.

Our coldest morning to 9 am was experienced on October 2 when the temperature fell to 0.9 degrees and Grenfell’s hottest day was felt on 24th October when it reached a very warm 34.7 degrees. The last day in October was quite warm when the temperature rose to 34.5 degrees. Also October 25 was very warm when it reached 34.1 degrees.

Our lowest maximum was just 12 degrees on October 14. The average minimum to 9 am was 7.8 degrees this compares to the average minimum since 1965 of 9.2 degrees. The highest minimum since 1965 was on October 30, 1990 when 21.0 degrees was recorded. October’s coldest morning since 1965 was on October 2, 1965 with a reading of -1.1 degrees.

October’s average maximum this year was 25.6 degrees and since 1965 the average is 22.5 degrees. So you can see by these figures that the month was a bit hotter than the average. The hottest day for October since 1965 was recorded on October 29, 1967 when 35.6 degrees was recorded. The lowest maximum was recorded on October 3, 1966 when the temperature only rose to 9.4 degrees.

Farmers in the Weddin Shire are now starting to get very busy, haymaking, harvesting of their canola crops and then soon harvesting other grain crops. Most would like to see conditions remaining dry for the time being and with the SOI (Southern Oscillation Index) reading of -9.0 this week means less rain ahead, unless there is a sharp turnaround.

Once harvest is over, many farmers would like to see some heavy falls of rain to replenish stock dam supplies to carry them through the hot Summer months ahead.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Jacqui Lambie throws down the gauntlet on Defence pay as PUP tensions deepen

Senator Jacqui Lambie: “Clive will have to decide whether he wants to see his party separated in the Senate.” Photo: Andrew Meares PUP senator Jacqui Lambie says if Clive Palmer (pictured) “had a conscience” he would support her campaign against the government’s Defence pay deal. Photo: Angela Wylie
Nanjing Night Net

Senator Jacqui Lambie: “Clive will have to decide whether he wants to see his party separated in the Senate.” Photo: Andrew Meares

Senator Jacqui Lambie: “Clive will have to decide whether he wants to see his party separated in the Senate.” Photo: Andrew Meares

Senator Jacqui Lambie: “Clive will have to decide whether he wants to see his party separated in the Senate.” Photo: Andrew Meares

Jacqui Lambie has lashed out at her leader Clive Palmer for failing to support her protest against the meagre pay deal for Defence personnel and has left open the possibility of a Palmer United Party split.

Senator Lambie’s initial plea for soldiers to hijack Remembrance Day and turn their backs on government MPs speaking in honour of Australia’s war dead was condemned the RSL, the government and the opposition.

Mr Palmer also rejected her protest campaign but backed the cause.

The Tasmanian senator then upped the stakes and threatened on Thursday to block all government legislation if the Defence Force weren’t given a better pay rise.

Senator Lambie said on Friday Mr Palmer had heard her out but she learnt he would not be supporting her Remembrance Day campaign via a “radio interview”.

The former soldier lashed out against her leader and threatened to split the party’s voting bloc in the Senate.

“You know what, it’s getting to the point I just don’t care what Clive Palmer’s position is on this at the moment – but if he had a conscience he’d stand right beside me and our troops and our veterans,” Senator Lambie told the ABC.

“Clive will have to decide whether he wants to see his party separated in the Senate, that’s all Clive Palmer needs to decide on.

“Clive Palmer can no longer sit on the fence, he’s either standing by me or he’s standing near the Liberal National Party but I’m not going to stand around and watch Clive Palmer back flipping.”

Mr Palmer responded in a statement on Friday but did not address his senator’s threat to split the party or her threat to block legislation in the Senate.

However he did reiterate that while he opposed the below inflation pay rise awarded to Defence he would not be protesting on Remembrance Day or Anzac Day.

“In relation to Senator Lambie and her comments, she is very passionate about this issue as she did wear a uniform and served this country for more than 10 years,” he said in a statement.

“The beauty of democracy is that people are allowed to have their own positions on matters such as these,” he added.

“I will not make a political stance or statement on Remembrance Day or Anzac Day to dispute pay rates, I believe there is a political process when it comes to matters such as these and I will be respecting that process.”

‘Threats don’t work’

Treasurer Joe Hockey stared down Senator Lambie’s threat and said her actions would only make the fiscal situation worse.

“Threats don’t work for this government, the deal’s been struck,” he said.

“I wish we could pay our Defence Force more but the money is not in the budget,” he said.

“But if the government is hamstrung by Senator Lambie and others that are opposing are reduction in government expenditure then there’s certainly no money there to pay other people more money,” he said.

The independent Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal earlier this week approved the below-inflation pay deal for 57,000 Australia soldiers, sailors and air force personnel.

Tensions between Mr Palmer and Senator Lambie have been played out in the public domain on several occasions since the Senator took her place in the Senate.

Sources told Fairfax Media in September that they overheard Mr Palmer bagging his senator as “not very bright” in a conversation with fellow PUP parliamentarian Zhenya “Dio” Wang.

Mr Palmer has also distanced himself several times from Senator Lambie’s campaign to ban the burqa in Australia and her claim that Islamic Law “involves terrorism”.

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten called on the government to boost the pay offer for Diggers, but refused to comment on the divisions within Palmer United.

“I’m just not going to go where some of the crossbench senator’s comments go,” Mr Shorten told reporters in Brisbane.

“I don’t think Clive Palmer or his senators are the main game here. The main game is Tony Abbott,” he said.

Follow us on Twitter

Follow Latika Bourke on Facebook

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.