Regal home to records

Regal home to records
Nanjing Night Net

LABOR’S Luke Foley has been criticised by Penrith MP Stuart Ayres for describing Kingswood as a “cow paddock”.

“Mr Foley needs to understand that Kingswood is home to a highly intelligent, culturally diverse and vibrant community,” Mr Ayres said. “This demonstrates how out of touch Labor is with western Sydney.”

Mr Foley had questioned the state government’s decision to relocate some government records from Sydney’s CBD to the Western Sydney Records Centre.

“Mr Foley is wrong to claim the Western Sydney Records Centre is not close to public transport links,” Mr Ayres said.

The centre is next door to the university campus.

But we all know that Kingswood is, and always was, a long way from cow paddocks. Way back before we spoilt everything by building too many houses, Kingswood was home to cedar forests.

Cedar, the king of trees: hence Kingswood.

Regal heritage, indeed, Mr Foley.

Liberals promise M4 East

THE announcement that a future Coalition government would provide $1.5 billion to help build the M4 East is great news for Penrith people, says Fiona Scott, Liberal candidate for Lindsay.

“Sydney has not seen any major new roads for too long, and those who have to travel the longest distances to the CBD are being hurt the most,” Ms Scott said.

“The Coalition recognises that Penrith is a key growth area and must have access to infrastructure.”

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