Tile shop opening
Beaumont Tiles will open a new office in Penrith within the next few weeks.
It will create new positions, along with franchise and business opportunities.
Penrith, one of six new stores, was chosen after consultation with major builders and developers.
Details: www.beaumont-tiles.com.au or visit a store.
Toddler play and chat
The Australian Breastfeeding Association has been supporting women for more than 40 years, giving mother-to-mother support.
June 18: Glenmore Park, Blue Hills, at 10am. Toddler play and chat and introducing solids the baby-led way.
Details: Peta, 0404 024 849.
Dash off to fight cancer
Riyadh Christian, of Glenmore Park, is taking part in the Cancer Council's City Mile Dash, a lunchtime corporate speed race around Barangaroo, on Friday, June 15.
The run will raise funds towards testicular and ovarian cancer research and prevention programs. Details: www.citymiledash.com.au or 9334 1883.
Awards for carers
Nominations are open for the 2012 NSW Carers Awards.
Nominations can be made online at www.adhc.nsw.gov.au until July 15.
Carers awards will be presented during NSW Carers Week ( October 14-20) with a special event for major recipients on Monday, October 15, at Parliament House.
Soccer player banned
A Minchinbury player has been charged with assault and banned from playing soccer for life.
This follows an incident in which the player allegedly struck a 17-year-old referee in an all-age match against Blacktown Workers on May 27.
The referee sustained a broken jaw.
The 24-year-old Glenmore Park player was banned at a Blacktown District Junior Soccer Association judiciary meeting.
He has also been charged with common assault and granted bail.
He will appear in Blacktown Court on June 20.