Reverse Garbage is beginning a new chapter after relocating to a new premises at 30 Carrington Road, Marrickville, and appointing a new CEO, Kirsten Junor. Reverse Garbage has relocated from its previous home at Addison Road Community Centre, where it was located for over 46 years. Moving after almost 50 years in the same location posed unique challenges, but thanks to the extraordinary leadership and hard work of staff, the doors of the new premises opened in January. I'm pleased the beloved mosquito sculpture and giant dinosaur head survived the move and have found a new home alongside the trademark treasures Reverse Garbage is known for. I warmly congratulate Kirsten Junor on her appointment as CEO. Kirsten has been with the organisation for almost 7 years as the Creative Director and brings a wealth of experience in community organisations. I extend huge thanks to Naomi Brennan, the outgoing CEO, and wish her all the very best for her retirement. Naomi's years of service have ensured a long and prosperous future for the organisation. Congratulations Reverse Garbage on this exciting new chapter – I encourage everyone to head down and check out the new location.