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Journeys : Apr May 2012
The prize is two nights’ accommodation for two people, including dinner, bed and breakfast. To enter, write your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to Kabuki, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271, Hobart 7001. Entries close on 7 May. Quick win Child restraint safety Be warned – some child restraints being sold online may breach Australia’s mandatory safety standards. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) found the unsafe child restraints were being sold by some online retailers. An official consumer safety warning notice has been issued, stating that the restraints may pose a serious safety hazard and may not sufficiently protect a child in a crash. The unsafe restraints are being sold under various names, including ‘Baby Car Seat Pouch ’, ‘ Portable belt baby car safety seat for 1-5 years old’ and ‘Portable baby car safety seat for 20-40 lbs.’ Some of the products do not appear to have an upper tether strap and the minimum five-point harness system required by the mandatory standard for child car restraint systems. Anyone who believes they may have purchased one of these restraints is urged to stop using it immediately and contact the ACCC on 1300 302 502. For your security and peace of mind, it’s best to purchase an approved car restraint from RACT Hobart and Launceston branches. Kabuki by the Sea Chris Viney W hen our children were small, we often camped at Coles Bay and walked on the Freycinet Peninsula tracks. Jude and I always planned our trips to arrive at Kabuki by the Sea around lunch time. The kids loved watching the seagulls and finding shells on the beach – and we all enjoyed the million-dollar v iews of Freycinet and Schouten Island, as well as the ‘Tasmanian fare with Japanese flair’ from Michi’s kitchen. Kabuki by the Sea is still a great spot for an East Coast break – for a meal or a longer break in the adjacent cottages. Our Quick Win pr ize could take you there! Life on the move To consider whether a TasPension is appropriate for you, obtain a Product Disclosure Statement by calling 1800 005 166. Tasplan Ltd: ABN 13 009 563 062, AFS Licence No. 235391. Let a TasPension help you make the most of your retirement journey. Whether you’re retired or want to work part-time and get more out of life, Tasplan has the answer. With a TasPension – your journey’s just begun. 120137 Life is a journey - not a destination Ralph Waldo Emerson 24 April / May 2012
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