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Hopes boosted as Wests Tigers stars return from injuries

Fullback Daine Laurie is back for Indigenous Round. With a stack of players returning from injuries, Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire has been forced to make a lot of changes for this week’s game against South Sydney. Following the 36-22 victory over the Bulldogs last Friday, which suddenly has the side just two wins out… Read more »


Harlequins share points with Bowral after battle in the mud

The Campbelltown Harlequins clash with Bowral Blacks on Saturday was preceded by a solemn ceremony before the start of play in both first and second grade. A minute’s silence was observed for the passing of Kelly Meafua, whose brother plays in first grade for the Quins. Kelly sadly passed away earlier this month. Once the… Read more »


Shooting starts on new Australian feature film in Campbelltown

In the past few days, a new Australian movie has been taking shape under our noses right here in Campbelltown. But Campbelltown isn’t the only connection to Christmess, a feature filmwhich tells a story of redemption in the days leading up to Christmas. Daniel Fenech, the producer of the film, grew up in Campbelltown. He… Read more »


Wollondilly Council cancels Antill book launch in shire library

Wollondilly Council has become embroiled in a literary controversy after cancelling the launch of a new book in the shire library. The book, Antill Golf Club Associates, by former councillor Lynette Styles, was to have been launched by the author in the shire library on Thursday, June 2. Eric Imbs, who is the head of integrity… Read more »


How about the most colourful election campaign in history

Some punters reckon this Saturday’s federal election campaign has been the most boring in living memory. And there’s some truth in that, as you would expect. As there is when the politicians declare – at every election and with a serious face – that it’s the most important one ever held. One thing that’s totally… Read more »


The Bin Chicken founder up for major NSW environmental award

Alexis Bowen, the young St Andrews woman who founded The Bin Chicken initiative, is in line to be crowned NSW environmental citizen of the year. Ms Bowen is one of nine nominees for the prestigious award, offered by the Australia Day Council of NSW in partnership with Return and Earn and the NSW Government. The… Read more »

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