Sun City News goes broke

A meeting of creditors of Sun City News, which provided news to Yanchep and Gingin, was organised for August 26 in Sydney.

SUN City News is believed to have gone into liquidation in early August.

Sun City News editor Terry Loftus provided news for Yanchep, Two Rocks Lancelin and Gingin residents for about 20 years.

A notice about a creditors meeting published on the Australian Securities and Investments Commission website on Thursday, August 18 said Sun City Publishing Pty Ltd trading as Sun City News was in liquidation.

The notice said liquidators had been appointed on August 11 and advised that a meeting of creditors of Sun City Publishing would be held on August 26 at Exchange House, Sydney at 11am.

The meeting agenda said the meeting creditors could consider a resolution to appoint a committee of inspection and if so who those committee members would be or a resolution to remove the liquidator(s) from office and appoint someone else as liquidator(s) of the company.

Other agenda items included receiving and considering a report from the liquidators, receiving a report as to affairs of the company, considering a statement to the creditors from one of the directors, the fixing or determining of the remuneration and future remuneration of the liquidator(s), considering the early destruction of books and records and any other business.

The notice named Domenico Alessandro Calabretta as joint liquidator and Grahame Robert Ward as joint appointees.

Yanchep News Online attempted to contact the liquidator.