Do you need to have documents faxed, emailed, scanned, photocopied or laminated? Do you need access to the internet? These services are available at reasonable prices at the Kariong Neighbourhood Centre during office hours, 9.00 am to 4.00 pm, Monday to Friday.
|SERVICES PRICE LIST
|PHOTOCOPYING and PRINTING – BLACK & WHITE – per page
|A4 – first 5 pages
|A4 – From 6th page
|A4 double sided – first 3 sheet
|A4 double sided – from 4th sheet
|A3 double sided
|PHOTOCOPYING and PRINTING – COLOURED – per page
|A4 – 1 page
|A4 – from 2nd page
|A4 double sided – first sheet
|A4 double sided – from 2nd sheet
|A3 double sided colour
|SCAN – per page
|From 2nd scan – per scan
|TELEPHONE & FAX
|1 local/national phone call/fax
|From 2nd local/national phone call/fax
|Fax received – first 5 pages
|Fax received – from 6th page – per page
|LAMINATING SERVICE – per pouch
|First 30 minutes
|Every 30 minutes thereafter
|Download and print from USB
|Must only be done on Hallway computer
|Download and print from internet
|Internet usage & print charges apply – Hallway computer only may be used by customer
|Rules for USB usage
|NO CUSTOMER USB TO BE USED IN NETWORKED COMPUTERS
Justice of the Peace
Justices of the Peace Services at Central Coast Council Libraries
Members of the NSW Justices’ Association visit our libraries each week to witness signatures and certify documents free of charge. A phone call to the listed branch prior to attending is recommended to ensure availability. Please note that JP services are unavailable on long weekends and public holidays.
Justices of the Peace – Kariong area
Phillip Harding 0414 757 668 (not available on weekends)
Shirley Lane-Smith 0402 767 711
Kristy McMillan 0414 866 296 (weekends only)
Russell Brown (limited availablity) 0425 382 381
For a list of local area Justices of the Peace please visit JP Public Register (nsw.gov.au)
No Interest Loan
No Interest Loans (NILs) are a smart choice loan option to help you manage your money.
How much can I borrow?
Borrow up to $2000 for essentials such as appliances or furniture, to help you get your car back on the road, pay for education fees and equipment or help you cover the cost of goods and services to support your wellbeing.
Borrow up to $3000 for housing related expenses such as bond or rent in advance, or for recovery from a natural disaster.
What can I use a NILs loan for?
Borrow up to $2000 for essential goods and services including:
Household items like appliances, whitegoods & furniture
Car repairs & registration
Medical, dental, wellbeing and life event expenses
Technology like a phone or laptop
Education expenses like fees or uniforms
Employment expenses like licenses or equipment
Borrow up to $3,000 for:
Bond & rent in advance
Costs associated with a natural disaster
Am I eligible?
Earn less than $70,000 annual income (before tax) as a single person or $100,000 annual income (before tax) if you have a partner or children
OR Have experienced family or domestic violence in the last 10 years
OR Have a Health Care Card / Pension Card
AND You can show you can afford to repay the loan
Phone or email us to book an appointment on 4340 1724 | email@example.com
Information, Referral and Advocacy Services
We have a vast array of information booklets and flyers located on the resource shelves as you walk into the centre. These resources are free. We are also able to provide referrals to local service providers. If you feel you may need this service please call our General Manager of the Kariong Neighbourhood Centre on 02 4340 1724 for a confidential chat.
Need help with lodging your tax return?
Our Tax Help program is free and available between July and October. Tax Help is a network of ATO-trained and accredited community volunteers who provide a free and confidential service to help people complete their tax returns online using myTax.
If you earn $60,000 or less and have simple tax affairs call us at Kariong Neighbourhood Centre on 4340 1724 to arrange an appointment with our Tax Help Volunteer.
Bookings will be taken in July.