- Eagle Tours
61 Box Rd, Casula NSW 2170, Australia
(02) 8704 3323
crista on 0434 126 083
Nat on (02) 5699 0006
Yep, its for a charity, asking for donations
Me on (02) 8028 3801
Unfortunately even if you register your number on the 'Do not call' list charities can still call...
Luigi on 0439 938 749
Questo si Palliachi?
Brian on 0411 944 000
Received a late night call from this number, when I returned the call in the morning the number...
In 2006, there were 85,334 persons usually resident in Casula: 49.4% were males and 50.6% were females. Of the total population in Casula 1.1% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
The most common responses for religious affiliation for persons usually resident in Casula were Catholic 31.1%, Anglican 12.2%, Eastern Orthodox 10.0%, Islam 9.3% and No Religion 6.4%.
50.0% of persons usually resident in Casula stated they were born in Australia. Other common responses within Casula were: Fiji 3.0%, Viet Nam 2.9%, Iraq 2.2%, Lebanon 2.2% and Italy 2.1%.
81.2% of persons usually resident in Casula were Australian citizens, 40.5% were born overseas and 0.4% were overseas visitors.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 2170 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics
Dear Sir or Madam
I approached one of your bus drivers this evening at 9.10 pm as he was parked in Macleay Street, Potts Point, with his bus idling for approximately 10 minutes. I asked him to turn off the engine as the bus is parked right outside our house (illegally) but he refused.
You would be aware that under the road rule listed below this is a prohibited action.
By leaving the engines running buses create significant noise and air pollution and we would request that you inform your drivers of the illegality of doing this. On this occasion, the location of the bus made it difficult for residents of our units to enter the driveway. They also hampered the arrival of an STA bus while they were stationary.
For your information, the legislation is as follows:
• Road Rule NSW, 291-1 - requires that the engine of a stationary vehicle be turned off to prevent noise, other than for stoppages in traffic or examinations due to engine malfunction.
If this action continues in future we will be reporting the drivers for this breach.