BRIEFS

Pink Bun bake

BUY a pink finger bun at Bakers Delight between now and May 14 and help fight breast cancer.

The campaign aims to raise $1.5 million for the Breast Cancer Network Australia through the company's 600 bakeries.

The money raised by Bakers Delight customers provides free information kits for Australians affected by breast cancer.

Bakers Delight outlets at Westfield Penrith, Nepean Village Penrith, Centro Emu Plains and Glenmore Park will help make this the most successful Pink Bun campaign ever.

Bakers Delight customers are also encouraged to leave a personal message for women in their community on a Pink Lady paper silhouette purchased for a gold coin donation.

Hockey in hot seat

FEDERAL Treasurer Joe Hockey will appear live on ABC television at Penrith Panthers on Monday, May 19, to answer public questions about his May 13 budget. He is the sole guest on Q&A, hosted by Tony Jones.

Those interested in being in the audience can register through Q&A website: abc.net.au/qanda.

Alternatively, phone 8333 4065. Successful applicants must be available to attend Q&A from 8pm.

Q&A is broadcast on ABC1 Monday at 9.35pm.

Please note: if you live within five kilometres of Panthers you must be a member to enter the club's premises. Membership costs $5.

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