Scottish Fare in Station Plaza Shopping Centre, St Marys, has reopened its doors.
David MacDonald of David's Larder, a third generation Scottish butcher, has taken on the business.
Since immigrating from Dundee in 2010, Mr MacDonald had a vision to develop a business to offer "a taste of Scotland".
The official launch will be on Saturday, September 29, noon-2pm.
There will be food sampling, $2 coffees and a 10 per cent discount on fresh produce. Lucky door prizes will be offered and children can get their face painted.
Cancer and fertility
Jane Ussher from the Centre for Health Research at the University of Western Sydney is part of a team of women's health researchers investigating fertility for people with cancer.
People living with cancer, irrespective of their cancer types and stages, age groups, relationship status and cultural groups, are invited to take part in this important study.
"Fertility is an important aspect of quality of life and there is growing evidence that changes to fertility can be the most difficult long term effect of cancer diagnosis and treatment," Professor Ussher said.
Participation will involve the completion of a survey and an interview with a UWS researcher.
Details: www.uws.edu.au/cancerandfertility, 1800 19 20 02 (free call) or firstname.lastname@example.org