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I'm getting over it.
Hi guys. I went into the port Macquarie office last Tuesday to have my fathers rent stop coming out of my account. I don't see why I should have to keep paying it when I don't live there. I got payed yesterday hoping you's would have fixed it but no still haven't I'm sorry but you's are leaving me with nothing I'm deadset over it. I think I should be back payed $388 as that's how much I have paid since the 13 June. I have evidence. That's  basically stealing my money. Without my permisssion? How much longer is this going to go on for……?? 

 
 
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Hello
Are there any social groups for lesbians in this community? I am really interested to meet other lesbian members of the Port Macquaire community. Thanks  Cyn

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    Hello, :) Not that I'm aware of I'm finding it hard also it's not like the cities where it's more exceptable .n bars in most city areas ........If there was an orgaisation of sorts it would be wonderful for Port.....Goodluck Sincerely Kel1

 
 
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Need three quotes
I need to get a few different quotes for some large-scale printing jobs and wouldprefer to deal with locals. Can anyone recommend someone?

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    I have personally dealt with Chrysalis Printing a lot and can highly recommend Peter for his attention to detail and excellent customer service. In terms of getting other quotes, take a look at the directory pages on Ourpatch - browse the printing section which is under professional services and you will find a few names there. There is even a "click to call" feature whcih will allow you to call the business directly, at no cost to you, and make your enquiry.

 
 
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Steiner or Montessori
Does anyone know if there is a Steiner or Montessori school near Port? We are moving to th area and are looking for an alternative to public education for our primary-aged kids and preschooler.

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    There are not any Montessori or Steiner schools in Port. The closest is a Steiner playgroup in Wauchope or the Steiner primary school in Taree. If you are looking for an alternative to public schools, there are a couple of church based schools (Catholic, Anglican and Seventh Day Adventist) as well as a little, non-denominational school called Heritage Christian School which is nice because it is small and has a "boutiquey" feel.

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    Hi, there is also a Montessori preschool / playgroup in Wauchope for ages 3-6. It's only one day a week at this stage depending on numbers etc for growth in the future.

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    Hi Lea, Just saw your request for a Steiner school in Port and wondered what you finally decided to do. Did you take your children to Taree?  There must be a number of people interested, in Port, as I was once told by strangers, at a market, of a demand.  When I said my children had attended a Steiner school, and I had taught in a Steiner school, (and have been a state school teacher & Principal), I was asked if I'd be interested in starting one in this area.  At that time I was not in a position to do so, being a Mum with young children (including one with special needs) but now that my children are older, I am more interested in considering undertaking such a commitment. I have done some research into obtaining government funding and am currently studying educational leadership hoping to use my skills in this area, again, in the near future. Perhaps we could use this forum to get a list of names & email addresses of potential parents and staff so that we can see if there are enough people to support a Steiner, or similar community school?  Would you be interested?  Regards, Solutions

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    hi. i found this thread while searching for the best educational options for my two children when we move to port Macquarie in the next year.  I was actually looking for a primary school with a gifted/talented program as my son is in Kindy and our current school is having trouble accomidating him.  i have always been interested in the steiner philosophy.  My younger daugheter (age 3) is also advanced, but is a much different type of learner.  I am definately interested in finding out more if there is talk of starting a steiner school in the area.

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    Hi, I am a mother of a 4 year old son with special needs and although he is bright it isn't in a conventional or mainstream way.  I also have two three year old boys and would definately be interested in either a Steiner or Montessori program for my children.

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    Hi I know this post was a few years ago but I have been looking into schools in port as we are moving there and our kids currently go to a steiner school in melbourne. Our kids go to a steiner stream school which is funded by the government and located on the same grounds as a mainsteam school so ita half steiner and half main stream. I know the nsw government dont acknowledge this method but I would be interested to know what would change their minds. I was wondering what you all decided on for education in port? And if anyyhing further happened with starting up a steiner school? Thanks

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    This is an old post but we are considering relocating across to coastal NSW with Port high on the list. However, ds5 has recently started attending an amazing alternative school over here which has completely turned him around...really don't want to undo that. We are most interested in a child-centred, project style school, purposeful active learning, influenced more by the Reggio Emilia aproach, individualised according to the children rather than subscribing to a fixed philosophy, eg., Steiner, Montessori.

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    Hi everyone, this is an old post, but it is the first info I found when I myself was looking to move to Port Macquarie and searching for alternative education options. There was a group which started up and had aims to found a school in the Wauchope area, although this unfortunately discontinued as far as I know in 2015. Therefore, a playgroup is now starting up with the long-term intention of gathering enough support to found a Steiner Primary School. First playgroup dure to begin at the end of this month. Email pmsteinerplaygroup@gmail.com for more info, or look up the facebook group Steiner Playgroup Port Macquarie. There is also a Nature School in Port Macquarie, which is for 3-5 yr olds, and is also amazing, based on the Forest Schools from Europe. Look them up! They are less than a year old and going strong. They also have long term plans to found a primary school in the Hastings region. Great things on the horizon for the Hastings region!

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    Hi All, I am thinking of moving up to Port and looking into alt schooling. The nature School my son will go potty for! But now someone for my 6yr old who will be entering yr 1 in Jan. Any recommendations? Also, I am super interested in being involved with a school start-up, perhaps not strictly Steiner. Could anyone interested in talking more, particualrly the lady who posted below get in touch on sunflwrsal@hotmail.com. Many thanks and see you up there

 
 
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State to federal - Why
I’m interested in the fact that Rob wants to move from state government to federal. What expertise and experience does he have from his state government experience that makes him useful in federal government?

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    Hopefully plenty. There is a lot of interface (good and bad) between State and Federal, so I am hoping this will assist a lot. A couple of local examples is the Pacific Highway works going on at the moment between Coopernook and Herons Creek. This is a jointly funded program between Commonwealth and State. By comparison, the Coopernook By-pass was all State funded. On that road, some is state only, some combined. Likewise the Cancer unit in Port was funded by both state and federal, and therefore I have been involved in a lot of issues that overlap. They are the positives. On the negatives, after twelve years, it has been incredibly frustrating seeing the continuation of the 'blame game' between state and federal, and it is an area I would really like to explore and try and help resolve. Those basic government structures, and governments and their individual departments working in 'silos' is a problem that still continues. It would be great to get in and have a go at changing this. Also, in regional areas like ours, the Independent model at a State level has worked with a majority Government and there is no reason the same model can't work federally. In the last state budget, we received for the year $345 million into capital works locally, compared with $96 million in the electorate right next door. Independents do deliver! And finally, having spoken to Tony Windsor, Bob Katter, and having read the late Peter Andrens work, the concept of independenCE within the national policy debate is critical. Vested interests, lobby groups, and the almighty dollar are buying outcomes, and this needs to change with more independenCE. I hope this answers the question.

 
 
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Fine Dining
I am coming up to Port for a weekend.  I want to take my wife out for dinner.  I’d like a quiet romantic place with a hearty winter menu and a good wine list.  Any recommendations.

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    Hi Simon, Michelin Star chef, Charlie Rushton, runs Coast Bar and Cafe. The menu is "modern Australian" with some intersting twists and the food is excellent and well-priced. If you are looking for a hearty winter meal, try the braised oxtail ... mmm mmm. The service can be a bit sullen but it can be hard to find good people ... Charlie usually works on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays, so book early if you want to try food by one of Australia's most decorated chefs. Fusion 7, on Horton St, also has a lovely "modern Australian" menu with favourites such as soft-shell crab, duck, atlantic salmon with some really interesting jus and accompaniments.  Make sure you have edamame as an appetiser ... I love the simplicity of it and a great way to get the appetite kicking along. Service is friendly. Ca Marche at Cassegrain is a lovely lunch venue and has some fabulous desserts. Scampi's (I have not been there but have heard excellent reviews), on the water at the marina has a fantastic seafood menu. I walked past there yesterday and there was a big sign in th window describing the most amazing seafood platter for two .... mmm.  

 

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