LN/20230416/01 approved by DPG MANAGMENT for release
NSW Local Courts – Case Number: 2023/00053060
Domestic Protection Group v Perran Costi (Goodspace Project or Goodspace Activation).
Judgement Creditor: Domestic Protection Group.
Court found Perran Costi in default of his contract and debt owed to Domestic Protection for services provided. This notice is provided for all suppliers & customers who have worked with Goodspace project and those who may potentially get involved with this individual or his business in the future. Given that this man is involved in many community events – artists and patrons alike need to be wary. This case is one of many currently being persued against Perran Costi. People like this do nothing for arts community but leave trails of destruction and deceipt. Offenses involving Perran Costi;
Failure to pay suppliers
Failure to pay rent on premises
Takes 3 months rent from his community vendors up front
Fraudulent Application completion
Fire & Safty (Council)
Liquor Licensing (Provision of service without a license)
We don’t think anything else need be said – watch this video and read the message from Don Clarke – grab some tissues and understand why we do what we do!
But what a message – Please share far and wide, show and explain to your kids.
Thank you Don Clarke and all the young ladies in the choir
A message from Don Clarke – Storyteller
I have long been burdened by the plight of the Rhino, and have had it in mind to write a song about it for years. But for one reason or another I never did. Until my dear friend Leon Schuster phoned me and said: “Donny, my new movie has an anti-rhino poaching theme, and I need one beautiful song for it .” Leon is one of the few people in this world whose words and spirit I fully interpret. We have written many songs together, but when he talks to me passionately about an idea, it very quickly enters my mind, deeply and clearly. Perhaps because we are so similar in character. So, first thing the next morning I sat down at the piano and within 30 minutes the basis of this song was given to me. You have not had the experience of seeing some of the poignant scenes from “Frank & Fearless”, the film in which this song is used, but I STILL weep when I see them. I am a great believer in providence, and am normally good at spotting it. I believe that Leon’s new film is provident in that it delivers a powerful message against the unnecessary cruelty of rhino poaching, and it will probably be the first Leon Schuster film in which you cry. Likewise, this song was provident. From the moment I sat down, it flowed into my being like a cry from a place of deep suffering. I have always said that if I weep when writing a song, that song has a special right to exist. A right beyond my own powers. This is one of those songs. Whether it is musically strong or not, the message is absolutely clear. The Human Animal has no right…indeed, is completely IGNORENT…to assume that consuming the horn of a rhino can in any way change their life. And it is incumbent upon us all to join the fight against this ignorance before it is too late. To have these magnificent creatures wiped from the face of the Earth simply because of a MYTH is inconceivable. So my dear friends, all I ask is that you share this video FAR AND WIDE. Every share may well be another breath for a rhino. Love & peace!
LN/20220819/01 – This notice is no longer enforced and supercedes LN/20211009/01
LN/20211009/01 – Service NSW – Below information is provided by Service NSW for November 11, when NSW comes out of lockdown. The is for vaccinated persons due to NSW hitting 70% double vaccination rate. DPG provides for reference only – For further information Please Refer Roadmap for easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Changes to the roadmap this week mean if you’re fully vaccinated or have a medical exemption, you can do even more from Monday 11 October.
Return to school dates have changed. Kindergarten, year 1 and year 12students will return to school in COVID-safe settings from Monday 18 October.
All other years will return one week later on Monday 25 October.
Clearer travel rules
From Monday 11 October, travel restrictions will start to ease, but travel for holidays and recreation visits including day trips between Greater Sydney and Regional NSW are not permitted until we reach the 80% full vaccination target.
If you’re fully vaccinated and live in Greater Sydney (including the Central Coast, Wollongong, Shellharbour and the Blue Mountains) you:
can travel anywhere within Greater Sydney
cannot travel to regional NSW for holidays or recreation.
If you’re fully vaccinated and live in regional NSW you:
can travel anywhere in regional and rural NSW
cannot travel to Greater Sydney (including the Central Coast, Wollongong, Shellharbour and the Blue Mountains) for holidays or recreation.
From 11 October you’ll need to prove your vaccination status
If you are 16 years or older, you’ll need to show proof of your vaccination or medical exemption when you check in to most businesses. Here’s what’s accepted:
Proof of vaccination
COVID-19 digital certificate in the Express Plus Medicare app
COVID-19 digital certificate in your smartphone wallet
COVID-19 digital certificate on a Medicare online account through MyGov
COVID-19 digital certificate – printed
Immunisation history statement shown on a Medicare online account through MyGov
Immunisation history statement – printed
COVID-19 medical clearance notice shown as a digital pdf or printed copy
COVID-19 medical exemption form shown as a printed copy. Must be signed by a doctor.
You will soon be able to add your proof of vaccination to the Service NSW app so you can easily show it at the same time as you are checking in.