Cameras in CBD
SHOPPERS will soon feel safer at Westpoint.
Blacktown Council last week presented a $22,000 cheque to the centre for seven more CCTV cameras around the precinct.
The funding cemented the partnership between Blacktown Council, Westpoint Shopping Centre and Blacktown local police to improve community safety.
IT'S been 35 years since Queechy High School '78 leavers studied together and many haven't seen each other since.
Anyone who came from the area then or who attended the school are invited to a reunion at 7pm on Saturday, October 26, at the Mercure Launceston, 3 Earl Street, formerly known as The Great Northern.
Cost $45 for food and entertainment; drinks at standard bar prices.
There will be a jukebox playing '75-'78 hits as well as a photo booth to preserve memories and laughs.
Details: Cara-lyn Adams firstname.lastname@example.org or 0409 859 796.
Evocca gets gong
EVOCCA College has won an award for VET Provider of the Year.
The award recognises the quality, choice, innovation and diversity in Australian education and training offered by private providers.
Evocca College was commended for its commitment to providing VET FEEHELP and vocational education to sectors of the community that were previously difficult to reach.