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Note to local anglers: fish are coming near you

Member for Camden Peter Sidgreaves was on hand to witness 1000 Australian Bass fingerlings take to their new home in Harrington Park Lake as part of the NSW Government’s annual freshwater fish stocking plan.  Mr Sidgreaves said yesterday’s top-up was great news for keen fishers eager to cast a line.   “The Australian Bass is an… Read more »


Meningococcal disease can be fatal, so keep eye out for symptoms

South Western Sydney Local Health District parents and young people are being urged to know the symptoms of meningococcal disease – and act fast if they see them. Meningococcal disease can be fatal in up to one in 10 cases, and one in five infections result in permanent disabilities, including learning difficulties, sight and hearing… Read more »


Notice of motion calls for Service NSW centre in Campbelltown

Campbelltown MP Greg Warren has demanded the state government use any funds from the sale of the old Campbelltown RMS site to establish a Service NSW centre in Campbelltown. Mr Warren recently took to the floor of the Parliament of NSW to raise the issue via a notice of motion. Plans to develop a high… Read more »


Pump it up: family friendly track in new park

Recreation facilities are not just a fancy name for parks in 2020. They also offer a lot more activities than council parks used to back in the day. A new feature of recreation facilities that’s becoming popular is a pump track. The names comes from the activity itself, with pumping – generating momentum by up… Read more »


Macarthur FC kicks another big goal

The Macarthur FC grassroots family has expanded again after welcoming Highlands Soccer Association to the fold this week. Highlands join Bankstown Amateur Football Association, Southern Districts Football Association, Macarthur Football Association and Southern Tablelands Football Association as community partners of Macarthur FC. It means the A-League newest club’s territory stretches from Bankstown, through Liverpool and… Read more »


Jacob Liddle finally back after a year out with injury

Jacob Liddle, the heir apparent to Robbie Farah, finally returns to footy this Sunday against the Bulldogs at Bankwest Stadium. Liddle has not played in first grade for more than 12 months while recovering from a serious knee injury. His return couldn’t be better timed with gun hooker Harry Grant on the sidelines with injury… Read more »


‘Absolute atrocity’ to shun Campbelltown Stadium: local MP

Campbelltown MP Greg Warren says it would be “an absolute atrocity’’ if Campbelltown Sports Stadium was shunned as part of the government’s new and upgraded suburban stadiums plan. NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has confirmed today that the Berejiklian Government was supportive of the National Rugby League’s plan to invest in suburban grounds – a… Read more »


Camden Tigers go to top of the ladder

The men’s M-League Round 7 match between Camden Tigers and Ingleburn Eagles was the only clash that was played over the weekend. In conditions better suited to ducks than football, the Tigers prevailed 4-2 to go to the top of the ladder. Ingleburn started quickly, scoring in the opening minute via a perfectly timed header… Read more »


Missing Campbelltown teenager Krystal found safe

Krystal Studdon, the missing teenage girl from Campbelltown who was last seen wearing a Lomandra school orange and navy blue jumper, has been found. The 13 year old was found in the Sydney CBD this morning. She had been spotted at Central Railway Station yesterday and information from the public helped police find her. Campbelltown… Read more »


Hundreds of extra bus services on the way

More than 300 additional bus services will be added to key routes around the outer South Western Sydney region from August 23. They will be funded through the NSW Government’s Growth Services Program, which is an initiative to deliver bus services when and where they are needed. The two sitting Liberal MPs, State Member for… Read more »


Local school ready to deal with a Covid-19 infection

Macarthur Anglican School are working hard to stay Covid-19 free. But if the worst happens, the Cobbitty based school is ready to spring into action to ensure the risk is kept at a low level for their 930 students, teachers and staff. “At the beginning of the pandemic, we put plans in place to deal… Read more »


How art and nature will enhance healing in Campbelltown Hospital

Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown Hospital and Health Infrastructure NSW are collaborating on an ambitious Arts Health Project that will place community, culture and creativity at the heart of the second stage redevelopment of Campbelltown Hospital. This unique collaboration sees artists invited into the capital program to bring new ideas that will inform the detailed designs… Read more »

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