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the ultimate cubby Hats off to the Sydney-based tradies who donated their time to build a dream cubby house in the playground of The Shepherd Centre, a not-for-profit which helps children with hearing loss learn to listen and speak. The project started when hipages.com.au, a consumer directory for tradies, ran a competition inviting kids to submit a drawing of their dream cubby house. The winner was seven- year-old Tayla, from Victoria, whose ultimate cubby was dubbed ‘The Royal Palace of Mischief and Magic’. Tayla’s drawing in hand, the tradies then set to work building a real-life version of her cubby house, which was officially opened on July 11. new hub for adelaide’s north 1 Families in Adelaide’s northern suburbs will benefit from a new disability services hub in Elizabeth launched by South Australian provider, Novita. It will offer Novita’s broad range of services and support including child development, rehabilitation, disability support, social work, psychology and specialist equipment. It features three treatment rooms, two group areas and a specialist splinting and casting area. 1. Allied Health Assistant Jane King with Novita CEO Greg Ward, the Premier of SA Jay Weatherill and Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia, with Novita customer Gideon Colibanschi. 2. Mrs Le, Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia, with Novita customer Dominic Brain, Premier of SA Jay Weatherill and Novita CEO Greg Ward. Send your social pics to editor@linkonline.com.au with a caption and short description of the event 2