Certificate of Appreciation Presented in appreciation to Fettayleh Smallgoods for your donation towards the fund raising barbecues recently held at the Campsie Police Station in partnership with the Riverwood Community Centre. As a result of Fettayleh Samllgoods generous donation Campsie Local Area Command was able to purchase presents for children supported by the Riverwood Community […]
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Sir Joseph Banks High School – Certificate of Appreciation Sir Joseph banks Highschool, Certificate of Appreciation awarded to Fettayleh Wholesale Meat Supplies in recognition of generous and valuable contribution to the Sir Joseph High School Girls Day In at September 2015.
Meet our Fettayleh Gladiators Basketball Team In 2015 Fettayleh Halal smallgoods devised a basketball program by helping a new young team of boys who were specially selected to partake in local basketball competitions. Our Fettayleh basketball team dubbed “The Fettayleh Gladiators” coached by Mr Hassan who has many years of experience in basketball and an […]
Federal Labor Member for Watson, Shadow Minister for Finance and Manager of Opposition Business visited our punchbowl retail store and this is what he had to say on his Facebook post. “Ahmad Fettayleh greeted almost every customer coming into Abu Ahmad Butchery today by name. Three generations of the Fettayleh family have grown their Punchbowl […]
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As a response to some unfounded claims made around food certification, Senator Sam Dastyari, Jihad Dib and Ahmad Fettayleh met with Channel 7 reporter, Lee Jeloscek in our retail store (Abu Ahmad Butchery) Punchbowl this morning. We spoke about the positive work that is being contributed back into the community as well as the huge economic benefits of […]
Resource: http://www.abc.net.au/landline/content/2014/s4134165.htm Broadcast: 23/11/2014 12:06:52 PM Reporter: Tahmina Ansari PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: Australia’s wild camel industry is struggling after an estimated 160,000 head was shot in a national culling program. While reducing the number of feral camels has taken the pressure off sensitive environmental areas and farm infrastructure, critics say it wasted millions of dollars and […]