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Mar
9

Stockland supports Harmony Day

Feb
22

Stockland teams with The Australian Museum

Stockland and the Australian Museum are teaming up to explore our customers' fascination with Dinosaurs. A life size Tyrannosaurus rex that weighs two tonne and is eleven-metres-long will call the Australian Museum home later this year. Generously donated to the Australian Museum (AM) by National Geographic, the model that was featured in their documentary T. rex Autopsy, vividly shows what made a T. rex tick, with an up close look at its vital organs – including a giant heart. Before it reaches its new home in Sydney, Stockland and the Australian Museum are giving our customers the opportunity to enter an amazing competition where we are calling upon you to name the life-size model of the female T. rex. The best entry will win an international family trip for four from Flight Centre. ENTER HERE. To celebrate this partnership, we will combine Dinosaur facts with fun as we aim to provide an educational insight into these amazing prehistoric creatures over the coming months. Plus, we will provide an opportunity for our customers to also win passes to see the T. rex at the Australian Museum in Sydney. Be sure to sign up to our newsletter to receive all this amazing Dinosaur information and other kids related content over the coming months.

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Mar
11

Earth Hour

Stockland will support the Earth Hour initiative on Saturday 19 March 2016, by turning off all non-essential lighting and pylon signage and encouraging our retailers to turn off their non-essential lights and appliances for one hour. This year will mark the tenth Earth Hour event globally run by World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to combat the issue of climate change - one of the biggest environmental challenges on the planet today. This year’s Earth Hour theme #PlacesWeLove encourages Australians to get out into nature to connect and appreciate the natural environments they enjoy.

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Jun
30

From 6 July 2015 Commercial outdoor dining areas will be smoke-free. • This means smoking will be banned in any seated outdoor dining area of a restaurant, café or licensed venue while food is being served. • If you break this law, you could receive a $300 fine on the spot. • The business owner may also be penalised up to $5,500. The four metre law will apply. • This means that smoking within four metres of an entrance to or exit from a shopping centre, shop, restaurant, café or other public space will be against the law. • If you break this law, you could receive a $300 fine on the spot. These bans protect you from harmful second-hand tobacco smoke from cigarettes, pipes and waterpipes. For more information, please contact NSW Health at www.health.nsw.gov.au/smokefree Tobacco Information Line 1800 357 412 Translating and Interpreting Service 13 14 50

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