Residents asked to take part in community survey

Published 3 January 2008

Coffs Harbour residents are being invited to take part in a study investigating how people who live in Coffs Harbour see their community.

Dr Gail Moloney, from Southern Cross University’s Department of Psychology, is conducting the research and inviting residents to complete a five-minute survey, which can be completed either online or by completing a survey booklet. The survey is anonymous and participants are not asked for any details that could be used to identify them.

The survey has been hand delivered to a selection of the city’s households. It is also available at the city’s libraries at Coffs Harbour, Woolgoolga and Toormina where it can be accessed in booklet form or through the link provided on the Coffs Harbour library home page www.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au/citylibrary.

A report on the survey will be made available to the libraries and Coffs Harbour City Council in mid 2008.




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Media contact: Brigid Veale Southern Cross University communications manager, 02 66593006 or 0439 680 748.