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Macarthur FC join crusade against sports betting

Macarthur FC are stepping up in the club’s first season to promote community wellbeing by joining Reclaim the Game to address the normalisation of sports betting and raise awareness of gambling harm. This partnership will support the club’s community efforts to promote an active, healthy lifestyle to the Macarthur and South Western Sydney region and provide a more family… Read more »


Woman, 70, dies in three vehicle crash on Raby Road

An elderly woman has died following a crash involving three vehicles near Campbelltown late yesterday afternoon. Just before 5pm emergency services were called to Raby Road, near the corner of Mustang Drive, Raby, where a three-vehicle crash involving a Ford Falcon, a Mazda 3 and a Toyota Corolla had taken place. Officers from Campbelltown City… Read more »


Athletics centre to host Festival on the Field on April 17

The Campbelltown Athletics Centre will be buzzing with a carnival atmosphere when it hosts the 2021 Festival on the Field next month. The free event on Saturday, April 17 will include numerous stalls, kids activities, food trucks, rides and music from local artists. “Festival on the Field will bring loads of fun and entertainment for… Read more »


Under quoting crackdown: spotlight on real estate agents

Fair Trading inspectors will be visiting real estate agencies, auctions and open homes across Sydney’s suburbs this week to crack down on property underquoting. Better regulation minister Kevin Anderson said teams of inspectors will be focusing on the illegal practice of falsely advertising property or indicating it will sell for less than its estimated selling… Read more »


Updated child seat guidelines up the ante on safety

A correctly restrained child in forward facing seat. Our children will be safer while travelling on NSW roads, after newly updated child seat guidelines were released to help parents and carers choose the right restraints and use them correctly. The Best Practice Guidelines for the Safe Restraint of Children Travelling in Motor Vehicles, which has… Read more »


Plan for community groups to reduce power bills and their emissions

Community groups across Australia will be supported by a new Morrison Government program to lower energy costs, support local jobs and help reduce global emissions. Through the Powering Communities Program, thousands of community organisations will be able to apply for a grant to help lower their power bills. The $10.2 million program will fund up… Read more »


Speeding learner driver has the book thrown at him

The Commander for Traffic South West, Acting Superintendent Greg Lynch, says the actions of a 17 year old learner driver caught travelling 135km/h in an 80km/h zone at Smeaton Grange are “beyond belief’’. “The alleged actions of this driver are incredibly dangerous and put not only himself, but other road users, at significant risk. “I… Read more »


Liverpool Council stands with SES in battle against floods

Wollondilly wasn’t the only local area to suffer serious damage in last week’s floods. Parts of Liverpool were heavily affected by the four day downpour, including roads damaged or closed for some time and fallen trees and blocked drains. Liverpool City Council provided vital assistance to the community, alongside the State Emergency Service (SES). As… Read more »


Two women, 23, in court over armed robbery spree

Two women have appeared in court over three armed robberies in less than two hours at service stations across the South Western Sydney region on Friday night. After being charged, the pair were refused bail to appear in Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday. Police allege that about 11.45pm on Friday night officers from Liverpool City… Read more »


Introduction of paid parking at Campbelltown hospital: don’t do it

It is wrong, it is expensive, and it is unnecessary. That’s how Dr Mike Freelander has labelled the introduction of paid parking at Campbelltown Hospital in a letter to the NSW premier, Gladys Berejiklian. The federal member for Macarthur says it’s not just patients and hospital staff who will be out of pocket; nearby hospitality… Read more »


New $1.2 million clubhouse for Softball Campbelltown

Softball Campbelltown and their clubs will benefit from a new clubhouse at their home ground at Milton Park after construction began at the new facility this week. The $1.2m new facility will include two new change rooms, increased storage space, a canteen, meeting room, an umpire’s room and an office facility. “Milton Park is the… Read more »


Warren says Campbelltown Sports Stadium snub ‘disgraceful’

Campbelltown’s Labor MP Greg Warren says the NSW Government’s decision to snub Campbelltown Sports Stadium from its suburban stadium strategy was utterly disgraceful. The NSW Liberals recently revealed the list of suburban stadiums earmarked for upgrades – however, Campbelltown Sports Stadium was not featured. Instead, stadiums in Liberal electorates such as Penrith and Brookvale were… Read more »

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