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Tuesday, 12 April 2022 20:06


Transformation starts with six-storey tower
SOUTH-western Sydney communities can look forward to accessing more first class health services close to home, with construction beginning on a six-storey hospital tower as part of the $790M Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct.
THE NSW Government is calling on the local community to have its say on what the new Penrith Stadium will look and feel like, with fans able to provide feedback through a new digital survey.
Minister for Tourism and Sport Stuart Ayres said the NSW Government will redevelop Penrith Stadium as part of its commitment to improve sport and visitor economy infrastructure.
 “The feedback from the local community is extremely important to us,” Mr Ayres said.
“Our vision is for the facility to be a major event venue to support the growing population in Western Sydney and cater to sports, entertainment and tourism.”
“With a new international airport and metro rail line on the way in the Western Parkland City, now is exactly the right time to be investing in visitor economy assets in centres like Penrith.
Minister Ayres said through the Have Your Say digital survey, the NSW Government wants the local community to think about other stadiums not just in Australia but around the world and discuss the features they might like to see at Penrith.
“We’d like to understand what you consider is a world class stadium experience, what stadium facilities are important to you and what you would like us to consider in redeveloping the wider stadium precinct in Penrith,” Mr Ayres said.
“It might be ideas about technology and LED signage, external lighting, conference rooms, anything you feel will enhance the new stadium experience for events and a precinct fit for business and community activity.”
The community can have their say by visiting: https://swipengage.com/#/NSWGovernment_PenrithStadium_HYS
Tuesday, 12 April 2022 03:02


Coffee drinkers are going natural
COFFEE drinkers are universally going natural in 2022 but also re-embracing quality instant coffee according to a new report.
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