Wait fi­nally over as Carine Hall opens

Stirling Times - - News -

THE doors are fi­nally open at the new $3.15 mil­lion Carine Hall af­ter ma­jor de­lays were caused when the orig­i­nal con­trac­tor, CPD group, went bank­rupt last year.

The new hall will be home to 10 lo­cal clubs and was com­pleted with the help of a $858,568 State Gov­ern­ment grant.

Clubs us­ing the hall in­clude North­ern Sub­urbs Dog Train­ing and Obe­di­ence, Glen­dale Lit­tle Ath­let­ics, Hamer­s­ley Rovers Soc­cer Club, Hamer­s­ley Rovers Ju­nior Foot­ball Club, Hamer­s­ley Carine Ama­teurs Foot­ball Club, Carine Ju­nior Foot­bal Club, Carine Ball Club (in­cludes soft­ball, base­ball and tee­ball clubs) and the Carine Net­ball Club.

Stir­ling Mayor Gio­vanni Ital­iano of­fi­cially opened the club last Mon­day night and said it was re­ward­ing to fi­nally be able to do so.

“It has been a long time com­ing and was not with­out its chal­lenges, how­ever it was cer­tainly worth the wait and now all the clubs can get on with util­is­ing the build­ing for all their needs,” he said.

The Stir­ling Times’ re­port when CPD group went bank­rupt.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.