May 30, 2018 by admin
Mount Druitt MP Richard Amery has called on the state government to reinstate that funding for TAFE colleges and to guarantee that courses and jobs will not be cut.
Last week was National Skills Week, to raise the status of practical and vocational education and training.
The biannual Nepean Disability Expo is on September 14-15 at Penrith Panthers, with almost 100 exhibitors and thousands expected to attend.
Details: 9623 9855 or disabilityexpo南京夜网.au.
Lindsay MP David Bradbury and minister for Employment and Workplace Relations Bill Shorten have announced $10 million for the redevelopment of Kurrambee School in Werrington.
The school will swap sites with Penrith Valley Learning Centre, which is on a larger block opposite the school.
The existing Kurrambee School site will also be redeveloped to meet the needs of the Penrith Valley Learning Centre.
Celebrate spring with Penrith Council’s annual Spring Garden Festival at Penrith Library on Saturday, September 15.
There will be free workshops on wildflowers, growing vegetables and herbs in containers, composting, worm farming, bush regeneration and growing food at home. Every visitor will take home a native plant seedling.
You could also win a veggie box, compost bin or worm farm by joining in a workshop.
Garden clubs and experts will be there so bring your questions.
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