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Western Sydney International will have the edge on air travel comfort

Cutting edge technology and innovative design will come together on the airfield at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport to set a new benchmark for air travel in Australia. Construction of the 3.7-kilometre runway and rapid-exit taxiways will begin in 2022 after the contract to design and build the airfield at Sydney’s new airport was… Read more »


Local priorities to determine economic recovery support package

Strategic documents and masterplans could play a key role in any future state government economic recovery support package for the region. Liverpool Council plans to provide this information to the NSW Treasury. The initiative comes in the wake of a meeting between council’s leaders and NSW treasurer Dominic Perrottet. Mayor of Liverpool Wendy Waller and… Read more »


Camden Council votes to waive raft of fees

Camden Council has announced that it will waive fees for a raft of services for another six month period. Councillors at last Tuesday night’s meeting backed a proposal by the mayor, Therese Fedeli, for a freeze on fees from September 22 to March 31, 2022. This will affect fees for fire safety certificates, a range… Read more »


Goodbye curfews, thanks for extra vaccine supplies

Campbelltown and Liverpool may be celebrating the lifting of the curfew thanks to high vaccination rates, but further south in Wollondilly they’re just happy to be getting  more vaccine supplies. More vaccine supplies are slated to arrive at GPs and pharmacies across the Shire this week. On top of that an Aboriginal pop up Pfizer… Read more »


VW’s hybrid EV Touareg will have power to burn

Volkswagen says its first vehicle capable of running on battery power, the Touareg R, has been approved for sale in Australia and is scheduled to arrive toward the end of next year. This Plug-in Hybrid EV, whose combined electric motor and turbo petrol V6 delivers performance comparable to the now discontinued Touareg V8 turbo diesel, will also be… Read more »


Camden Council in the Bulls pen for another season

Mayor Theresa Fedeli says council’s sponsorship of A-League soccer club Macarthur FC would benefit the entire Camden community. Camden Council has announced that it would sponsor the Bulls for a second year in a row. The sponsorship package is valued at around $24,000. “Macarthur FC has been a breath of fresh air in the sporting… Read more »


New police officers on the beat at Camden and Wollondilly

Seven additional police positions have been allocated to Camden and Wollondilly as part of the NSW Government’s commitment to invest in 1500 new officers over four years. They are among 250 newly commissioned police officers. Member for Camden, Peter Sidgreaves, and the Member for Wollondilly, Nathaniel Smith, have welcomed the boost in police officer numbers… Read more »


This app definitely not a load of rubbish

With a simple click of a button on council’s new My Waste Bin app, Campbelltown residents can now track their bin collection days, book their kerbside clean ups and check what waste goes in which bin. It will provide a “one stop shop’’ for all waste information that is easily accessible for residents and will… Read more »


Man in court after defrauding 81 year old woman

A man will appear in court today charged after allegedly defrauding an elderly Harrington Park woman of almost $25,000. Earlier this month, the 81-year-old woman was contacted via a social media messaging service by a person purporting to be from a law enforcement agency. After speaking to the person online, the woman was convinced to… Read more »


Jobs disappear as lockdown bites hard in SW Sydney region

As South Western Sydney’s Covid-19 crisis deepens, working families across our region are hurting as a direct result of the federal government’s 18 months of failures on vaccines, quarantine and economic support. New ABS data shows that payroll jobs across South Western Sydney region has fallen by as much as 13.5 per cent since June… Read more »


How academy athletes have stayed in shape during lockdown

Something’s cooking at the South West Sydney Academy of Sport as it eyes a return to a kind of normalcy before too long. The academy is hopeful that nominations for all of its 2022 sport programs will be released in early October, with trials anticipated to take place in late November. But don’t for a… Read more »


State Government under fire on Moorebank intermodal

The State Government’s proposed changes to development controls at the Moorebank Intermodal have come under fire from local community leaders. Details of the proposed Moorebank Intermodal State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) were recently placed on exhibition for public submissions. The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) has stated that the proposed SEPP seeks to… Read more »

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