Answers to Trivia Questions in Chamber Newsletter

1. What is the only type of bird that can fly backwards?

  • Hummingbird.

2. What is the chemical symbol for Lead?

  • Pb

3. Who is known as the Golden Bear?

  • Jack Nicklaus.

4. What is the Matilda in Waltzing Matilda?

  • A  Swag.

5. Which city is the world’s most populated?

  • Tokyo.

6. Which swimmer was known as Madam Butterfly?

  • Susie O’neil.

7. Which country has the most volcanoes?

  • Indonesia.

8. How many medals did Ian Thorpe win at the Sydney Olympics?

  • Five (Three gold and two silver).

9. What does the A in DNA stand for?

  • Acid.

10. What is Australia’s second oldest city?

  • Hobart.

11. Which bird’s name means two under par in golf?

  • Eagle.

12. Which NSW town do David Campese and Mark Webber come from?

  • Queanbeyan.

13. Which of these real estate agencies did not originate in Australia – Ray White, LJ Hooker or Century 21?

  • Century 21.

14. In which town was Sir Donald Bradman born?

  • Cootamundra.

15. Who directed ‘Braveheart’?

  • Mel Gibson.


Full Screen Ahead

This business has two arms. One is the supply and fix of computers running Windows, including notebooks.

The other is building and maintaining websites for business’s in Wollondilly.

We specialise in transfer of your stuff from your old PC to your new one. Our website has more details.

Old fashioned service for high tech products.

The Mac At Home in Tahmooor

The Mac — Macarthur Credit Union — opened it’s Tahmoor premises inside the Tahmoor Town Centre.

Mac attack: Area manager Gayle Murray (middle) with member services officers Kristelle Carter (left) and Jody Casey. Picture: Jeff de Pasquale.

Mac attack: Area manager Gayle Murray (middle) with member services officers Kristelle Carter (left) and Jody Casey. Picture: Jeff de Pasquale.

General manager David Codden said the office featured a contemporary layout.

‘‘We took this opportunity to review our branch layout and create a more personal and solutions focused experience for our members,’’ he said.

‘‘Our new Tahmoor branch will continue to deliver traditional personal service but in a contemporary environment.’’

Area manager Gayle Murray said ‘‘the location may be new but our personalities and smiles are here to stay’’.

Details: Shop 7, 117 Remembrance Drive, Tahmoor Town Centre, opening hour Monday to Friday 9.390am-4.30pm.

The Small Biz Bus


The Small Biz Bus: Driving Small Business Success

The Small Biz Bus is a mobile advisory and information service for small business that travels across NSW, delivering face to face, personalised assistance. At each stop, business experts help local operators to gain a new perspective on their business, as well as giving them additional tools and insights on their path to success.

The Small Biz Bus also links small business operators to their local Small Biz Connect business advisory service, which provides assistance throughout the year.  Services on the bus are available at no cost to small business operators. This is an initiative of the NSW Government.


Digital TV Changes Coming to Picton


The retune your TV on 18 March

As the final step in Australia’s move to digital-only TV, ABC, SBS, 7, 9 and 10 in Picton will change frequencies on 18 March. After the channels have moved, viewers will need to retune their digital TV, set-top box or digital TV recorder to find the channels that have moved.

These moves will free up broadcasting spectrum so that it can be used for new services such as mobile broadband. Just like the switch to digital-only TV, the retune has been carefully planned to make sure the change is as easy as possible.

On or after Picton’s retune date of 18 March, if viewers are missing channels, they should retune their digital TVs, set top boxes or digital TV recorder to ensure they continue to receive all available free-to-air digital channels in their area.

Retuning is done using the TV remote. For most systems viewers should press the “menu” button on their remote and follow the prompts to retune. If they are having difficulty retuning, they should refer to your manufacturer’s handbook or manual, ask a friend or family member to help, call the Digital Ready Information line or visit the retune website.

How to retune

  • Most viewers would have scanned for channels when they bought a new television – retuning follows the same process. It is often called “auto-tuning”, “auto-scanning” or similar.
  • Viewers should start by pressing the “menu” button on your remote then look for their “set-up” options.
  • Next, they should try to select words like “channels” or “auto-tuning”.

Viewers in Picton might want to write down their favourite channel, program recording and parental lock settings before they retune, as retuning may delete these settings.  Community organisations will also be informed about the retune so they can help spread the word too. Look out for posters and retune factsheets that will be available from the local council.

Viewers living in apartments may be using a shared antenna system. If they are experiencing issues trying to retune their digital TV equipment after the retune date, they should first contact their property manager or body corporate.

The best way for viewers find out when they are likely to need to retune is to visit the retune website and type in their address in the “get retune info” box or call the Digital Ready Information Line on 1800 20 10 13, 8am to 10pm (AEST), 7 days.

Your support is invaluable

We would like your help in sharing information about the retune in the local community. There are information leaflets and posters to download here.

You can also forward this email to your friends, family or other people in your community who may find it useful.

The retune will affect most TV viewers in Australia but different areas will need to retune on different dates. The retune is due to be completed nationally by 31 December 2014.

  Visit the Retune Website


Christmas Greetings


Merry Christmas

The Executive Team of Tahmoor Chamber wishes all its members a very happy and safe festive season and New Year.

The Chamber email will be unattended from the afternoon of 20th December until 6th January.

Santa Photos at Tahmoor Town Centre

Santa will be at Tahmoor Town Centre during December 2013

Saturday 7th – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Sunday 8th – 10:00am to 2:00pm

Thursday 12th – 2:00pm to 6:00pm

Saturday 14th – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Sunday 15th – 10:00am to 2:00pm

Monday 16th – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Tuesday 17th – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Wednesday 18th – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Thursday 19th – 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Friday 20th – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Saturday 21st – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Sunday 22nd – 10:00am to 2:00pm

Monday 23rd – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Tuesday 24th – 10:00am to 2:00pm

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