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HEALTH PLAN FOR
A string of southside offices
could be transformed into a
A proposed lease variation
lodged with ACT Planning and
Land Authority would add
community use (limited to a
health facility) to office space
in Colbee Court.
application is for a lease
variation to 16 Colbee Court,
not for building works. The
application says adjacent
shops in Colbee Court could
allow for further development
or a co-location with the health
"Opportunities to add more
health facilities on the street
would provide greater services
to the wider Woden
community,'' it states.
It said the community would
benefit from a stronger health
facility close to work places
within the town centre".
CREMS AT THE
Canberra Recorder and Early
Music Society will play at the
High Court of Australia on
Sunday. The society was
founded in 1974 as a group of
recorder players from
Canberra and the surrounding
region. They play early and
modern music in ensembles
and recorder orchestra. In this
concert they will perform
music of the Renaissance as
well as contemporary music
arranged for recorder
orchestra. The performance
takes place at the High Court
on Sunday, August 3, from
1pm to 2pm. For more
information call 6270 6348.
Masters competitions motivate coach
Anne Smyth teaches teens to octogenarians in the pool at the Tuggeranong Masters Swimming Club.
Canberra's Anne Smyth transforms lives
in the water each week.
The biggest challenge for the
Tuggeranong Masters Swimming ACT
head coach can be finding the time to hit
the pool herself.
"My challenge is fitting in my own
swimming while working part-time,"
It's a small price to pay for the
satisfaction of sharing her passion for
Smyth has been a member of the
Tuggeranong Masters Swimming club
for six years, the last two1G2 as head
She first got involved in masters
swimming while living in Melbourne,
after an upcoming competition
motivated her to regain her fitness in the
"I used to swim, but working full-
time I didn't have the time," she said.
"I always loved swimming, [but] I
need a purpose to swim, which is why I
I love competing."
Though some club members relish
racing, others prefer a social swim.
"Masters swimming caters for
everyone. We've got 18-year-olds right
up, to I think, 82, so we cater for all ages
and abilities including people just new
to swimming as adults," she said.
As head coach, Smyth co-ordinates
the club's coaching program, keeps on
top of the latest swimming techniques
and helps individual members improve
Witnessing individual achievements
was a particular highlight, no matter
how big or small.
"We recently went to the nationals at
Rockhampton and the club did
extremely well -- we brought home a
swag of medals," she said.
"I find it very pleasing to see new
swimmers really improving, and their
strokes getting better, and achieving
their goals, whether that's beating their
personal best ... or being able to swim
200 metres of butterfly. You don't have
to be a competitive swimmer to be a
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