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$45 million Moorebank marina gets green light

Work can finally start on the proposed marina on the Georges River at Newbridge Road following the approval of plans last Friday. The green light from the Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP) ended more than two years of efforts to gain approval for the $45 million project, which is expected to provide that part of… Read more »


Premier in Camden breakfast date

The NSW Premier, Mr Mike Baird, will be the guest speaker at a business breakfast in the Camden Civic Centre next month being organised by the Narellan Chamber of Commerce with Camden MP Chris Patterson and Camden Council. The breakfast will be on Friday, September 12, between 7am and 9am. Mr Baird, who is also the minister… Read more »

New exhibition

New exhibition represents local artists

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is almost ready to present the 17th Annual Liverpool Art Society (LAS) Exhibition and Art Award. Each year, LAS members are invited to submit works for exhibition in the five gallery spaces at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. The 2014 exhibition promises to include a diverse range of media and subjects, and appeal… Read more »

mayoral ball

Mayoral Ball reaches magic $50,000 mark

The first Liverpool Mayoral Charity Ball last Saturday night was a huge success with funds raised exceeding expectations. Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun had hoped to raise funds to share between Young Adults Disabled Association (YADA) and the Liverpool Cancer Wellness Centre. “Due to the generosity of our sponsors and guests, I’m proud to announce that… Read more »

What about our local stadium: Greg Warren and Guy Zangari (front) with local sport fans.

It’s 1-1 in political war of words

The Campbelltown Stadium has become the centre of a war of words between the Labor Party candidate for the seat of Campbelltown and the man whose job he’s after, the Liberal Party’s Bryan Doyle. Greg Warren, a Camden councillor who has won preselection for Campbelltown, enlisted the party’s shadow sport spokesman Guy Zangari this week… Read more »

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Final match for Glavas, the first for Katie

THE final round match in the National Premier Leagues NSW Mens 1 match between Sydney United 58 FC and Sutherland Sharks at Edensor Sports Centre, which ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw, was a special day for Luka Glavas and referee Katie-Louise Patterson. A stalwart of the Sydney United club, the tall, 29-year-old striker was… Read more »

Hurlstone Agricultural College at Glenfield. Could it be affected by a proposed intermodal road?

Moorebank intermodal crunch time

The Environmental Impact Statement about to be released on the intermodal proposal at Moorebank could confirm fears its impact tentacles will spread south into Campbelltown territory. In about two weeks or less, people who built homes in the relatively new housing estate on Glenfield Road, will find out what the EIS says about a proposed… Read more »


Charisma is a business asset

Nathy Gaffney is a personal impact expert. She specialises in areas such as charisma, presentation skills and social intelligence and their role in business. On top of that, Nathy Gaffney has more than 20 years experience as a professional ”voice user” – singing, stage and presenting – and teacher. She appears regularly on the Nine… Read more »

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