Caller: Labor party
Australian labor party
I called back number (02) 9207 2000 rang 5 times then goes to busy tone. Caller: Australian Labour Party
I did not answer but they left a 5 minute triade on how good they are and how we should vote for them in the upcoming NSW state election. This is a definite invasion of privacy and should be banned. They lost our vote. Tried to report it to the state electrol commission but they don’t have any humans available to answer phones only pre recorded messages.
Caller: (02) 9207 2000
yes piss off
labor party p off I called back number (02) 9207 2000 reached voice mail but did not say for what compny. labor party ...piss off Caller: BS from Labour Party!
Caller: Australian Labor Party
Nuisance call to my private number.
robocall. political rubbish I called back number (02) 9207 2000 reached voice mail but did not say for what company. Caller: Political robocall
Morgan Gallop polling I called back number (02) 9207 2000 reached voice mail but did not say for what comapny.
Anonymous on 0402 881 686
Married con artist preys on sex workers for free sex
Camberwell Dental... on (03) 9882 4444
I called back number (03) 9882 4444 spoke to a woman who said I've reached Camberwell Dental Group.
Anonymous on 0480 026 328
Some bloke trying to scam my super
Jade on (07) 3177 9411
Anonymous on (02) 8651 5382
Scam callers asking for personal information.
Asked them to identify themselves, refused to...
In 2006, there were 21,400 persons usually resident in SYDNEY: 51.5% were males and 48.5% were females. Of the total population in SYDNEY 0.3% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
The most common industries of employment for persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in SYDNEY were Cafes, Restaurants and Takeaway Food Services 11.5%, Legal and Accounting Services 5.8%, Auxiliary Finance and Investment Services 4.8%, Accommodation 3.9% and Depository Financial Intermediation 3.5%.
15.9% of persons usually resident in SYDNEY stated they were born in Australia. Other common responses within SYDNEY were: China 7.6%, Indonesia 7.0%, Korea, Republic of 5.8%, Thailand 4.2% and Hong Kong 2.6%.
The most common responses for religious affiliation for persons usually resident in SYDNEY were No Religion 17.9%, Catholic 12.4%, Buddhism 11.2%, Anglican 5.0% and Presbyterian and Reformed 2.2%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 2000 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics