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Road network around new airport may not cope with volume

Less than six years before it opens, questions are being asked if the road network around Western Sydney International Airport will cope with the expected volume of traffic. Everyone knows about the upgrade of the Northern Road, a key part of the network around the new airport. Also, planning is gathering pace on the upgrade… Read more »


It’s raining Brides Choice Awards for Lakeside Golf Club

Lakeside Golf Club Camden has won three major categories at the Brides Choice Awards 2020 The Wests Group Macarthur venue took home Best golf club wedding venue in Western Sydney, Best wedding venue co-ordinator and Best of the Best Brides Choice Awards. This is the third time in almost as many years that Lakeside has… Read more »


Spring Farm arrest over $170,000 ketamine importation

A man has been charged by NSW Police Force over the importation of ketamine, which was detected by Australian Border Force (ABF) officers in an air cargo consignment from the United Kingdom. On Sunday, March 8, ABF officers located one kilogram of ketamine concealed within a package labelled as health supplements, pictured above. ABF officers… Read more »


Now more than ever we need to look after each other

Greg Warren, the State Member for Campbelltown has penned this open letter to residents in his electorate: Dear residents of Campbelltown: we are in the thrust of what will be the most turbulent time the majority of us have faced in our lifetime. The threat of Covid-19 has understandably caused grave concern among the community… Read more »


MP lauds community building grants: they make a difference

Campbelltown MP Greg Warren has announced $300,000 will be dispersed to several groups throughout the local community as part of the 2019 Community Building Partnership program. There were 10 successful applicants in the latest round of funding including the City of Campbelltown SubBranch, Beverley Park School P&C Association and the Campbelltown Westerners Cricket Club. Mr… Read more »


MP tours local company that makes world class products

Products made by an innovative local company could play a key role in the response to the combustible cladding challenge. Deco Australia, a building product and metal finishing manufacturer located at Minto, says it wants governments to consider local companies when it comes to such building projects. Deco director Ross Doonan says the company’s timber… Read more »


Woman charged over fatal Ingleburn brawl

A woman has been charged as investigations continue into the death of a man following a brawl outside an Ingleburn home in May last year. Detectives from Campbelltown City Police Area Command commenced an investigation resulting in two juveniles being charged with murder. They remain before the courts. As inquiries continued, detectives yesterday (Wednesday, March… Read more »


Persian history on exhibition in Camden

Award winning international art is currently on show in Camden. The Birds of a Feather exhibition is on display in the Ferguson Gallery within Camden Civic Centre. It will be there until Friday, March 27, so you’d better hurry if you’d like to check it out. The exhibition features artworks by contemporary Iranian artists with… Read more »


Why first home buyers have returned to the market

Property developer Sekisui House says there’s a resurgence in sales from first home buyers at its master planned community, The Hermitage at Gledswood Hills. According to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (Lending Indicators Report: released February 2020) first home buyer purchasing levels are back to their highest since 2012. Stamp duty… Read more »


Eagles open 2020 account with try blitz

First grade debutants Ali Lata and Omar Awad both scored tries for the Eagles on the weekend. Top: first grade celebrate their big win at Penrith. East Campbelltown Eagles have started their 2020 Sydney Shield season with a 59-6 romp over Penrith Brothers. The Eagles took just seven minutes to post first points at Hickeys… Read more »


Search is on for Georges River platypus

A revolutionary new scientific technique will be used to discover how many platypus call the Georges River home. Platypus Pals – a new research project to be launched by Campbelltown Council later this year – will use environmental DNA (eDNA) to test for the presence of Platypus DNA in the water of the river that… Read more »


Narellan man in court over sexual assault of girl under 10 years old

A Narellan man has been charged following an investigation into the sexual assault of a girl under the age of 10 earlier this year. In January, detectives from the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad commenced an investigation following reports the girl had been sexually assaulted by a man who was known to her. Following… Read more »

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