Monthly Archives: September 2014
Balibo Fort House Hotel

PP Ricardo writes and updates the Balibo Fort House Hotel Dear RCPM Members and Friends, The news from Balibo, Timor Leste, is that the restoration & redevelopment of the 360 year old, heritage listed, Balibo Portuguese Fort, is nearing completion. The hotel is scheduled to open by late November this year. The fort has been […]

Lost in the Bush? or Tree Planting

PP Rocardo writes President Robyn and her team at RCPM went tree-planting, somewhere, we don’t really know where, that is why we never got there until morning tea time. A plaintive cry was heard asking wheres the bridge and it was then strongly asserted : We are Not Lost – just geographically embarrassed! We didn’t […]

Good News Week

PP Ricardo Reports RCPM’s International Projects, GOOD NEWS Good News 1 Macquarie Bank has just this week advised us that RCPM has been successful in our application to receive their used computers; this week we are receiving 105 lap-top and 45 desk-top computers and there will be another 100 over the next two months. They […]

A little bit of Thinking

Our last meeting was almost sold out and we had some serious thinking to do. The meeting proceeded in its normal raucous manner  and decision were made, budgets approved, guests and PDG’s welcomed while the Sgt was very taxing. The gracious Lady Suzanne got us to thinking… So here is a Photo Essay on Port […]

East Timor – A Work in Progress

 PP Ricardo (ooh,ooh to his friends and countless women) writes on the undertaking in East Timor and gives us a photographic record of just some of the work to date and included are photos of the CLC and Balibo 5 Kinder provided by PALMS organisation volunteer Leanne Hayes (see below). You can see from the […]

Your Invitation Reminders

YOU ARE INVITED An Invitation to listen to an excellent Guest Speaker    RC Abert Park Presents its Annual Footy Function  RCPM Has  a Boat Trip