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Appin Road

Appin Road: work begins on $50 million safety upgrade

A safer and smoother journey is a step closer for motorists travelling between South West Sydney and the Illawarra with important safety works on Appin Road getting under way. Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities Paul Fletcher said safety works had now commenced on Appin Road between Mount Gilead and Appin as part of… Read more »

Lang Walker

Lang Walker throws support behind Macarthur A-League bid

Lang Walker, the executive chairman of Walker Corporation, has been named a business ambassador for the United for Macarthur A-League bid. The campaign is a Campbelltown City Council initiative. “As a member of the Macarthur community – having operated in the region for many years, we were excited by the bid for an A-eague team… Read more »

Sydney University

Sydney University joins forces with libraries to help our students

The University of Sydney and Campbelltown City Library Service have joined forces to provide local school students with support for their studies and transition to senior and tertiary education. Three new programs will be held throughout 2018: an after school homework study centre, an information evening for parents and community and an HSC exam preparation… Read more »

commuter carpark at Edmondson Park station.

Labor carpark promise offers relief for Edmondson Park commuters

Eleven months out from the state election, NSW Labor leader Luke Foley has promised to build an $18 million multi-storey commuter carpark at Edmondson Park train station. While the local community has embraced public transport for the commute options to major employment centres in the CBD, Parramatta and North Sydney, the current carpark has inadequate… Read more »

2017-04-23 14.40.20

Why there’s overwhelming support for Anzac Day

You’re never, ever going to get 100 percent support for anything, and Anzac Day is no different. There’s a good chance that a very great majority of us are with the school of thought that April 25 is this country’s biggest day. Not that it has much to compete with during each year, but its… Read more »