OPINION PIECE by: PM Anthony Albanese
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Message from the mayor of Canterbury-Bankstown, Bilal El-Hayek

Message from the Mayor of Canterbury-Bankstown, Bilal El-Hayek
“I dedicate time every week to delivering meals. I encourage anyone who is capable to join us in making such a positive difference in our community.” Bilal El-Hayek 
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l:I hope you all had a safe and enjoyable break over the holiday season and are beginning
to hit some of the goals you have set for yourselves for 2024. 
It was a busy end of year welcoming in new citizens, celebrating the achievements of
many wonderful locals and trying to raise money for the dear Tarei family who lost
their beautiful mother Pania to cancer - a cause I still encourage you all to get behind and
donate towards. 
I was also proud of one of my favourite Meals on Wheels volunteers, 80-year-old Lynn
Quinn who was recognised as one of the longest serving Meals on Wheels volunteers in
Australia last December for her 50 years of service. 
I dedicate time every week to delivering meals. I encourage anyone who is
capable to join us in making such a positive difference in our community. 
This year already we’ve been off to the beach during the summer with our free bus
trips, celebrated a fiery welcome to the Year of the Dragon, sat down with the Korean Consul-General and visited the wonderful art being produced around our City to help fight back against graffiti.
And we can’t forget our Australia Day celebrations where we honoured our wonderful awards recipients for going above and beyond to make an impact in our City each day. 
A special thank you to all those who helped make the past couple of months possible and I am excited for all the wins and challenges that 2024 has in store for us.


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