Businessman's life journey

Businessman's life journey

Liverpool Chamber of Commerce president Harry Hunt will tell Liverpudlians all about his life journey as part of this year's National Trust Heritage Festival.

The free talk will be held at the Gold Room at Liverpool Library tomorrow, Thursday, May 1, from 10am to 11.30am.

The theme for this year's festival is "journeys" and Mr Hunt will share his experiences as the principal of Comfort Inn Hunts Liverpool over the past 40 years.

Bookings essential: 9821 9460.

Details: mylibrary.liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

In other news:

Stadium investigations continue

Liverpool Council recently voted to continue to investigate options of where a potential stadium precinct could be located.

Councillor Anne Stanley said she was concerned that the council was continuing to "throw money at a stadium" when it was unclear whether the people of Liverpool even wanted it.

"We've already found that there is no way to build it without going into debt," Cr Stanley said.

Mayor Ned Mannoun said the council did not plan to build the stadium itself, but rather lobby the state government to build it in the area.

Fire chief addresses clubs

NSW Fire and Rescue Service Commissioner Greg Mullins will be the guest speaker at a Liverpool combined service club dinner next month.

The event is being organised by clubs including the Liverpool Lions Club, Quota International of Liverpool, the Combined Inner Wheel Club of Liverpool and the area's Rotary Clubs.

It will be held at Norton's Restaurant, Holiday Inn, Hume Highway, Warwick Farm, on Monday, May 5.

The event will also be supported by the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and will include a raffle, the proceeds of which will go to the Springwood and Blue Mountains bushfire appeal.

Dinner will start at 6.30pm. Cost: $45.

RSVPs by April 24 to jyoung43@bigpong.net.au or margfav@hotmail.com.

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