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Man dies in single vehicle crash at Wedderburn

A man has died, and a second man has been taken to hospital in a critical condition, following a single-vehicle crash in Wedderburn last night. Emergency services were called to Lysaght Road at Wedderburn around 6.10pm, following reports a vehicle had crashed and rolled. Despite the efforts of emergency services, a male passenger died at… Read more »


Look out for messages of hope and togetherness

We are all doing it tough right now. Some are doing it harder than others, of course, but one way or another everyone in our community is affected by the harsh lockdown we find ourselves in. But we have to find a way to survive, and most of all, stay positive, because better days are… Read more »


Council green light for new Covid support measures

A package of Covid support measures proposed by councillors Nathan Hagarty and Charishma Kaliyanda have been given the green light at Liverpool Council. “With numbers continuing to rise, people are stressed, anxious and uncertain about the future,’’ says Cr Hagarty. “But help is on the way. Businesses will have access to support and advice, essential… Read more »

Aerial images of Liverpool's suburban area - Feb 2020

Future looking bright, despite pandemic setbacks

Despite the setbacks created by the Covid-19 pandemic, plans for Liverpool City’s growth and development have not been put on pause. Major developments in the Liverpool local government area were on the agenda when Liverpool City Council brought together business leaders and experts, developers and council staff to discuss its vision for commercial development in… Read more »


Mobile AstraZeneca vaccination clinics to hit the road on Monday

The South Western Sydney Local Health District, which has already provided 100,000 jabs so far, will launch more mobile AstraZeneca vaccination clinics from next Monday. It will mean greater opportunities for South Western Sydney region residents, most of whom are now in strict lockdown, to get vaccinated close to where they live. No appointment will… Read more »


Major makeover for bushland treasure at Rosemeadow

Weeds are being removed, seeds collected and bushland revegetated as part of the revitalisation of more than 100 acres of Noorumba Reserve at Rosemeadow. The work, which is part of a biodiversity stewardship agreement, also includes erosion control measures, removal of rubbish, assessing feral animal control measures and installing fencing and gates at the site…. Read more »


Our mental health under siege as Covid restrictions bite hard

Cheryl Paradella says now more than ever it’s important to continue the conversation on mental health. “The devastating impact of the bushfires, closely followed by the Covid-19 pandemic, has had an enormous impact on mental health in our community,’’ says the president of Beautiful Minds South-West Sydney. Beautiful Minds will join forces with Macquarie Fields… Read more »


Warning for livestock farmers after fatal poisonings of animals

Livestock producers in outer South West Sydney are being warned to watch for signs of plant toxicity in their animals following several fatal poisonings in the region. Greater Sydney Local Land Services District veterinarian Dr Aziz Chowdhury said he had responded to calls for assistance from a local producer near Camden after a young heifer… Read more »


On with the show as health research seminar goes online

Hear world leaders talk about the latest breakthroughs in pancreatic cancer research by watching the virtual Health Beyond Research & Innovation Showcase seminar from the comfort of your own home. People from the South Western Sydney region and around the world zoomed in to be part of the July seminar, which was held live and… Read more »


Enigmatic Englishman joins the Bulls herd

The latest signing by Macarthur FC is the enigmatic and much travelled Englishman Jordon Mutch. Mutch is only 29 years of age and comes to the Bulls after a brief A-League stint with Western Sydney during last season. It’s fair to say that Mutch hasn’t yet realised his full potential. As a youngster he won… Read more »


Love the Dilly $600,000 extension to boost local business

Community leaders say extending the popular Love the Dilly campaign will be a game changer for Wollondilly Shire. Love the Dilly will be extended thanks to a $600,000 grant from the state and federal government funded bushfire local recovery fund. A range of promotional activities aimed at increasing awareness of Wollondilly and growing visitor numbers,… Read more »

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