Fun of the fair
Mamre Anglican School is getting ready to celebrate its family fun fair on November 16, from 10am to 3pm.
Admission is free and everyone is welcome.
There will be food and market stalls, pony rides, entertainment and face painting. Carnival rides cost $5 for one or $30 for an unlimited pass.
The fair will be held on school grounds, Bakers Lane, Kemps Creek.
Cut from NBN
Werrington Downs, Cambridge Park and Kingswood are on a list of suburbs that have been cut from the National Broadband Network (NBN) by the federal government, according to Labor Penrith councillor Prue Car.
They were among 500,000 homes and businesses that had a date on which they could expect broadband to be connected.
“The Federal Government has pulled the plug on homes and businesses that were expecting to receive fibre,” she said.
A National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) came a step closer to reality with the introduction of legislation to transfer government-run services to the non-government sector by 2018.
Disability service providers have welcomed the move.
“Services like Northcott already deliver 60 per cent of disability services in NSW and have been helping people since 1929, so we are ready, willing and able to take on government run services,” Northcott chief executive Kerry Stubbs said.
“More competition means more choice and opportunity for people with disabilities.”
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