The month-long annual event celebrates the rich heritage and bright future for the MG brand and shines a spotlight on the many fascinating stories behind the cars and their owners. Our owner's participation not only helped us to showcase the wide range of MG vehicles in Australia, but also helped contribute to a worthy cause with each submission equalling a donation to Australian Red Cross. View the list of Show and Shine winners here. I love my car! MGB, Only one memory, impossible! It started with a dream, two years finding the right one and then experiencing the feeling my MGB better known by some as 'Making Grins Bigger'. Just driving a classic on a sunny day, roof down enjoying the humming from the exhaust and bystanders waving as you drive, yeah! MG HS, Favourite memory: driving through puddles on a stormy night! I restored my MGB myself having found it on Gumtree 5 years earlier.
The Monkey Bar yesterday advised it would not continue the application process begun in May to trade as an adult entertainment venue. Licensee Prashant Changela said they had been attempting en route for find a different concept that would benefit Dubbo, but it did not have the support of the holder of the Wingewarra Street property. He said the idea had not been for topless ladies but instead designed for events after 9pm at weekends so as to could also boost Dubbo's economy. Although dropping the plans he said an adult entertainment venue would be able opportunity that would bring jobs after that something new to Dubbo. In Can Mr Changela obtained a notice of intention to apply for a fluid licence or a license authorisation. It was displayed at the premises after that Dubbo City Council yesterday confirmed it had also received the notice. He said he had followed the administer set by NSW Office of Fluid, Gaming and Racing, and informed neighbours and relevant community members of the plan.
These pages are hosted on secure servers which encrypt all sensitive data. Online ticket sales will close at 6. A limited number of tickets bidding be available at the hall as of 6pm for cash payments. Gates ajar from 5. Way back in the 5th century BC, the Celtic additional year was celebrated at the aim of their summer — October 31st. People back then thought the spirits of those who had died all through the year would come back after that find people to possess, so villagers would make their houses cold as a result of putting out their fires, and would dress up in frightening costumes after that parade around the streets to alarm away these spirits. In return designed for these cakes, they would pray so as to the people who had died would get into heaven. Irish Jack-o-lanterns were made from turnips — pumpkins were adopted when they went to America.