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Penrith Council will make parking easier for shoppers, businesses and workers who will visit Penrith’s city centre before Christmas by making about 230 extra temporary car park spaces available.
This year, temporary parking will be in place from Monday, November 11, and will be available to the middle of January. The extra parking is a combination of all-day and timed car spaces.
Workers will also benefit from extra all-day parking spaces close to the central business district.
The extra temporary parking areas include:
■ Woodriff Gardens, behind the Penrith tennis courts, about 130 spaces, all-day parking;
■ Judges Place, Penrith CBD, 55 spaces, all-day parking; and
■ Penrith Council’s Civic Centre car park, 45 spaces, timed parking.
The Child Abuse Prevention Service, or CAPS, is marking 40 years of service to Australia’s children and families with the launch of a national campaign which encourages all Australians to take preventative action to keep children safe.
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CAPS has received more than a million calls for support from across the country, including 1766 calls from the Mount Druitt and St Marys region.
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