Next Committee Meeting

The next committee meeting is set for Wed 29th March at 6:30PM.

Location: Ground Floor Car Park (BYO Chair)

Owners are reminded that they may attend only in the capacity as observers.

Please RSVP by 9AM March 28th to the Secretary via email:

bcwaves17@gmail.com      or by a note in the Strata mail box.

Hungry For A Good Curry?

Do you enjoy a good curry or other Indian food?

Whilst there are some around the Peninsula, we always head over to Bracken Ridge.

Kings Curry Hut in the shopping centre on Telegraph Road has some of the best curries and Indian fare.
Yes, a bit further to drive, but well worth it.

Here is where they are …

Here is a photo of the restaurant.

We are not connected to Kings Curry in any way, apart from being regular customers.

Some Entrees that we recommend:
Saffron Tikka
Chicken 65 (Medium)
Chilli chicken (Medium)

Mains:
Chicken Tikka Masala
Chicken Madras
Chicken Saag

Chicken Vindaloo (ordered Medium usually, but occasionally Hot ).

Want something different, try a Dosa.

Check out the Kings Curry website

JohnG, U15

New Committee

Today Waves conducted a General Meeting to elect new committee.

Many thanks to our previous committee members for all their time and patience.

Congratulations to the in-coming committee.

NBN Internet

Waves was chosen as a test case for Hybrid Fibre Cable (HFC) NBN connection back in 2015.
The building was wired internally, and in mid 2016 the connecting cable was laid from the Switchboard Room to the cable that runs along Marine Parade.
Then, the masters in control discovered that there was not sufficient capability of existing street cables to handle 60 apartments.

As of early March, 2017, ( as the graphic from the NBN site shows) it looks like it has gone back to the drawing board, and the building will eventually get a fibre connection all the way to the electrical switchboard room.

How each apartment is then connected to the fibre is yet to be determined.
JohnG
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What Will Be Different with the NBN?

With NBN there will be the choice to pay a few dollars extra each month and get much faster internet.
There will be different download and upload speeds available.

It is the Download speed that you will appreciate the most.

Options will be:

25Mb/second (A bit faster than present ADSL2 which you likely have)
50Mb/second
100/Mb/second