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Woman, 75, has been charged with sex act on man, 55

Detectives have charged a woman over the alleged sexual touching of a man at a facility in Campbelltown. Last week a 55-year-old man attended a police station and reported several incidents of alleged sexual touching by a woman known to him. The matter was referred to officers attached to the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes… Read more »


Here’s smart way to recycle almost 100 household items

Wondering how to recycle those tricky items around the house? Camden Council and RecycleSmart have teamed up to provide local residents with an Uber-style recycling service. Almost 400 residents in the Camden area have already signed up to RecycleSmart and have diverted more than seven tons of recyclable waste from landfill. All you have to… Read more »


Crack the bubbly: Lakeside Golf Club named best national wedding venue

In the past five years Lakeside Golf Club Camden has won four annual regional awards for having the best wedding venue. But now the champagne is really flowing because it has taken out a national award for the very first time. Lakeside has been named Best Wedding Venue – Golf and Country Club in Australia… Read more »


Another motorcycle rider loses his life on our roads

A motorcycle rider has died in a single-vehicle crash in Leppington overnight. About 11.30pm on Wednesday, emergency services were called to Price Ridge following reports a motorcycle had left the roadway and crashed. The rider, a 23-year-old man, was ejected from the vehicle and sustained significant head injuries. Officers attached to Camden Police Area Command… Read more »


Pointing a laser at Polair lands Glen Alpine man in court

A man will appear in court today charged after allegedly pointing a laser at a NSW Police aircraft from a Glen Alpine residence last night. About 9.45pm yesterday PolAir3 – a Bell 429 helicopter – was flying in the area to assist Campbelltown Police Area Command with inquiries, when they were struck repeatedly by a… Read more »


We’re beyond breaking point: Liverpool Hospital nurses to hold rally

Liverpool Hospital nurses and midwives -who say they are past breaking point – will hold a rally in their own time tomorrow morning. They want a commitment from the NSW government to urgently address the long-standing staffing crisis being further exposed by the current Covid-19 outbreak. The rally will be held in Bigge Park across… Read more »


Par for the course: academy golf squad tees off for 2022

The South West Sydney Academy of Sport has hit its way into 2022, with golf the first squad back in action. They took part in a two-day combined training camp with the Western Sydney Academy of Sport and the Jack Newton Junior Golf Foundation’s talent squad over January 17-18. The annual camp, held at the… Read more »


Keeping cool in the great outdoors is easier than ever

The days of parks and reserves without some sort of shade are almost over. In recent years local councils have been installing shade sails to ensure the comfort of families using these outdoor community facilities, especially in summer. Camden Council has been proactive in this area, especially in the past couple of years. Today it… Read more »


Our newly elected councillors are going back to ‘school’

The newly elected councillors will be going back to school next month: a 12 week series of webinars titled Hit the Ground Running will teach councillors the know-how to work together for the greater good of their local communities. These in-depth webinars will cover a councillor’s role and responsibilities, financial management, council meetings, the code… Read more »


Vocational education pathway opens door to young migrants, refugees

TAFE NSW and J.P. Morgan have expanded their landmark First Step program for young people to support South Western Sydney’s newly arrived migrant and refugee community.   The part-time pathway program offers free training to young people aged between 15 and 24 to help introduce them to vocational education. It’s now been expanded to give young people from newly arrived migrant and refugee backgrounds an overview of the construction, manufacturing and nursing industries in 2022.  Alana… Read more »


Man dies after his car crashed into tree at Ingleburn

A man has died following a single vehicle crash in Ingleburn overnight. About 10.20pm emergency services were called to Bensley Road after a blue Hyundai Getz had hit a tree. The driver, and sole occupant, was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics; however, he died at the scene. He is yet to be formally identified. Officers… Read more »


Macarthur FC mascot officially named: Arthur’s in the bull pen

“Arthur the Bull is as great as they come – he’s determined, energetic and he’s even quite handsome,’’ says Macarthur FC general manager of operations Natalie Matich. Speaking after the name of our A-League club’s brand new mascot was revealed last night, Ms Matich said Arthur was “born in the Macarthur region’’. “He always puts… Read more »

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