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WE WILL FIX THIS It simply couldnâ€™t go on any longer. The crisis at Nepean Hospital has finally been recognised by NSW Premier Mike Baird, who on Monday announced a massive $550 million upgrade of the under-pressure health facility. But thereâ€™s fears that the massive cash injection still isnâ€™t enough. Jade Aliprandi reports on page 12 Penrith MP Stuart Ayres, Health Minister Jillian Skinner, Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies and Premier Mike Baird at Nepean Hospital
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Meet Cambridge Park’s Mr Christmas Spirit of Christmas well and truly alive thanks to Paul Mitchell and his incredible family-friendly efforts JADE ALIPRANDI
ambridge Park resident Paul Mitchell is continuing his tradition of spreading Christmas cheer in his community, after starting his light decorations over 17 years ago. The 63-year-old and his wife have masses of people coming to their house from December 1 to December 24 every year to look at their light display and get their photo taken with Santa Claus. Mr Mitchell told the Weekender it’s amazing how busy it gets. “It’s especially busy on weekends and Christmas Eve is just nuts, but every night people come and look at the display – it’s just great to see,” he said. “The retirement village buses come around too and I jump on them dressed as Santa and have a bit of a laugh with them and they seem to really enjoy it.” Donning the Santa suit from last night, (Thursday, December 1), Mr Mitchell said it wasn’t always a big thing, but has grown over the years. “We used to just do the Santa thing on weekends but it just got bigger and bigger, so now we do it right through December until Christmas Eve,” he said.
“The only reason I do it is to make people happy, particularly the kids – I wouldn’t do it otherwise.” Over the last three years, the Mitchells have been using the Christmas display as an opportunity to raise funds for their five-year-old granddaughter’s school. Catherine Sullivan Centre, based in Strathfield, is an early intervention centre for children with hearing loss. “We’ve raised about $3,000 for them over the past three years,” Mr Mitchell said. “The school’s been great for our granddaughter who is deaf, so it’s good to be able to give something back.” Now in his early 60s, Mr Mitchell said taking the lights down on New Year’s Day has become a bit of a task for him and his wife. “We used to do it in a day when we were a bit younger but we have to spread it out across a whole week now – it’s a bit of a process,” he said. Catch the Mitchell family’s amazing Christmas lights display until Christmas Eve, located on Pembroke Street in Cambridge Park. Locals can head there every night for a photo with Santa and to check out the numerous light displays in the street.
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“If all of a sudden you have that ripped out from under you, there is the potential to question ‘if my parents lied about this what else are they lying about?’... and having to all of a sudden reconceptualise everything can be very traumatic when everything you know becomes unsettled.” We’re talking about kids here, right? Not 20-somethings who have suddenly been told their entire lives are an elaborate lie. Is Dr Kathy McKay seriously suggesting that we rob children of the magic, fun and excitement of Santa, and set them on the path of life’s sometimes harsh realities from the start? Kids will discover plenty of things in later life that they had no idea about when they were young. Bills, heartbreak, illness, love, loss – the list goes on. If as an adult you’ve ever thought of the ‘trauma’ of discovering the ‘truth’ about
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Santa, please give me a call – I don’t talk to dropkicks enough. The truth is, Santa does exist and in fact, he lives right here in Penrith. At least that’s what the good people of Cambridge Park tell me. In this week’s paper, you’ll find a story about a bloke named Paul Mitchell. Paul is 63-years-old and could probably spend his December relaxing, playing a bit of golf or taking a dip in the pool. Instead, he dons his Santa suit and brightens the lives of people in the Cambridge Park area. It’s become an annual tradition in Pembroke Street. Between Christmas lights, Santa Claus photos and the odd tasty treat, Paul’s efforts at Christmas are also about raising money for his granddaughter’s school. Paul’s story is just an example of the wonderful spirit that exists at Christmas. Can the academics just leave Santa and the wonderful feel of Christmas out of their rants and useless tripe? And another thing... NSW Premier Mike Baird did his best Santa Claus impersonation when he pulled his sleigh into Nepean Hospital on Monday and promised an upgrade worth more than half a billion dollars. It is long-awaited and well-deserved news, but does raise many questions and serious concerns. Like how both Labor and Liberal Governments over the years failed to predict or plan for the huge population growth that Nepean Hospital would have to service. Mike Baird’s announcement on Monday is welcome, but Nepean should never be neglected for so long again.
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special business luncheon was held in Penrith this week, with NSW Premier Mike Baird providing some insight into the Government’s plans for western Sydney’s economy. Hosted by the Penrith Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Uphire Business Matters Luncheon was attended by local business representatives from across western Sydney. President of the Chamber, Gina Field, said western Sydney is just beginning to blossom. “It’s a challenge for local businesses to continue to be competitive on not just a local level but a state and national level too,” she said. “We are in a world-class mobile and business environment, and it’s exciting to get a glimpse of the future that lies ahead for our Chamber members. “It’s about live where you earn and love where you live.” Mr Baird added to that by saying the Government’s plans for western Sydney will see it reach new heights. “There’s no doubt that western Sydney is going to be set up for generations to come – it’s an incredibly exciting time,” he said.
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Council to investigate parking permits for Thornton residents Christmas Candle Light Memorial Service Donna and Belinda of Supremacy Funerals Invites you and your family to attend our Christmas Candle Light Memorial Service. The Ceremony will commence with traditional bagpipes, followed by a singer and words of comfort led by a celebrant. There will be an opportunity for each family member to light a candle and place it underneath the tree in memory of your loved one. After the ceremony, everyone is welcome to stay as evening refreshments will be provided.
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enrith Council will investigate why the residents of newly-established Thornton Estate haven’t been provided with residential parking permits. Penrith Councillor Kevin Crameri has asked Council to look into getting the parking permits after numerous complaints from residents. Currently there are 4P restricted parking areas in place outside residents’ new homes and 2P restricted parking spaces around the station area.
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Penrith Councillor Kevin Crameri wants residential parking permits implemented Cr Crameri told the Weekender the residents are fed up. “They can’t park their own vehicle on the street or anything and they’re complaining about it because of the restricted parking,” he said. “They want to stop commuters parking across their driveways and in front of their houses. “A simple Council approved sticker with the address of the resident on it will work as a residential parking permit.” Mr Crameri said it should have been done from the start. A report will be prepared and brought to Council in coming months.
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Questions arise over dog attack arrest • Three people attacked in bloody night • Owner to front court again in January • Man can’t have dogs ALENA HIGGINS & JADE ALIPRANDI
he alleged owner of three dogs who mauled a police officer and two others at Penrith last Wednesday night has walked free from court. Kirk Wake was granted conditional bail at Penrith Local Court last Friday afternoon after his Legal Aid lawyer, Matt Dimech, successfully argued against his continued detention. Mr Dimech submitted police had no legal basis to arrest the 29-year-old on the night of the attack. Mr Wake, who appeared by video link dressed in prison greens, pleaded not guilty to all sequences, including one charge of ‘intimidate police’ and three counts each of ‘failing to prevent a dog from escaping’ and ‘reckless behaviour that allowed a dog to attack and bite’. The court heard the dogs, two of which have been described as American Staffordshire-cross-Pitbull in appearance, escaped through the front door of Mr Wake’s Parker Street home, triggering the bloody attack. Peter Moon, 48, and Diane Christie, 43, sustained multiple severe bite wounds to their upper and lower bodies when they
were set upon by the dogs in front of their home about 7pm on November 23. Constable Kim Hilly, who had been dispatched to the scene, was also knocked to the ground by two of the dogs as she walked along the footpath. The 24-year-old suffered a dislocated shoulder and a bite wound to her calf that required surgery. Inspector Kylie Koenig from Penrith Police said it was a traumatising situation for everyone involved. “There were a number of witnesses at the scene, including a child, and it was traumatic for everyone at the time,” she said. It’s also believed that police have previously had complaints about the dogs. Mr Wake, who was on bail at the time for ‘stolen goods in custody’ – a charge he is due to defend shortly – was found in a “drug induced state” in his kitchen, according to police facts. However, the court heard it was unclear whether this was due to illicit drugs or his lawful methadone treatment. Mr Dimech told the court “one has to question” why Mr Wake was arrested. “It wasn’t the case that [police] feared he wouldn’t turn up to court – his last warrant was some time ago,” he said.
“It wasn’t the case that they were unsure of his identity... or where he lived. He was arrested at his house.” Magistrate Roger Clisdell agreed, saying he was “satisfied there is a real problem with respect to LEPRA” – the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act. Under LEPRA, a police officer may arrest a person without a warrant if they suspect the person is committing or has committed an offence, and the officer is satisfied the arrest is reasonably necessary to prevent them from committing the same or another offence, to stop them fleeing, to establish a person’s identity, or to ensure the person will appear before court, among others. Magistrate Clisdell took nothing away from the seriousness of the vicious attack. “There is nothing worse than being attacked and bitten by a dog,” he said, but added the release application had to be looked at in the context of the Bail Act. “He’s not going to get those dogs back,” he said, before including a bail condition that Mr Wake not be in possession of, or have an animal at his premises, prompting Mr Wake to become visibly upset. He is also to report daily to Penrith Police Station, continue his drug treatment and accept counselling.
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Inspector Kylie Koenig updates the media last Thursday. Photo: Megan Dunn The three people attacked on the night continue to recover. Mr Wake, who was supported by his mother, is due back in court on January 24.
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COUNCIL BRIEFS ● Enrolments for Council-owned community preschools in 2017 are ﬁlling up fast! The new State Government subsidy reduces the cost to $22 per day for children in their ﬁnal year before starting school. Research shows children who participate in quality preschool programs are more likely to be socially, cognitively and
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Community Access Bus and Wheelchair Access Bus Applications are now being called for the use of the Community access buses in Penrith City for the period 1 January–31 March 2017. Applications must be received no later than Friday, 9 December 2016. These applications will be assessed by Council and applicants will be notiﬁed of the outcome. For further information regarding fees, application forms and conditions of hire, please call 4732 7837.
Licence for Occupancy of Bruce Neale Drive, Penrith Under Section 47 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993, Penrith City Council is advising that it intends to enter into a licence agreement with Rowing Australia and Rowing NSW for occupation of the land identiﬁed as Part of Lot 3 DP235966 and Lots 14–20 DP15601, Bruce Neale Drive, Penrith. It is the intention that the licence agreement is issued for a period of ﬁve years, renewable by exercise of option every ﬁve years with a maximum licence term of 20 years. The licence agreement also sets out the terms for the use of the land stipulating that: ‘the land will not at any time be used other than for the purpose of constructing a National Training Centre for Rowing, including boat storage, gymnasium, amenities, ofﬁce, athlete areas and car parking which will be used for the purpose of supporting rowing activities such as training, competitions, sport education programs and services, and the administration of the sport, or functions associated or ancillary to those purposes.’ Submissions about this proposal should be made in writing to Andrew Robinson, Facilities Manager, Penrith City Council, PO Box 60, Penrith NSW 2751, or sent by email to andrew. firstname.lastname@example.org Submissions should be returned to Council by 5pm, 9 December 2016. Further details regarding this proposal can be obtained by calling 4732 7688.
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