Patients and staff will soon have better access to parking at Nepean Hospital thanks to a new $23 million multi-storey car park. The car park, which will deliver 650 additional spaces, should be completed next year.
Lindsay MP David Bradbury has invited residents to join him in the fight against breast cancer at one of his Pink Ribbon morning teas.
Each year Mr Bradbury hosts a Penrith morning tea to raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Details: Friday, October 19, 10am, Jamison Room, Panthers.
RSVP: 4732 1801 or www.davidbradbury.com.au.
High school reunion
Don't miss the Kingswood High School's reunion as year 10 graduates from 1982 get together to compare wrinkles and careers.
Details: Panthers, October 27, 6.30pm. No cost.
Contact: Helen Waisel, 8883 2926.
Letting staff go is one of the most difficult tasks a business owner or manager has to do, but sometimes it has to be done.
It is emotional for both employer and employee and a poor termination can expose the business to claims of unfair dismissal.
Dr Stephen Treloar from Coaching and Mentoring Australia will cover timing, redundancy and unfair dismissal at a seminar later this month.
Details: October 30, 10am-noon, Penrith BEC Training Room, Suite 1, Level 1, 111 Henry Street, Penrith. Cost $40.
Bookings: 4721 5011.