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Your favourite stores at Minto Marketplace ready to welcome you back

The gradual transition from the lockdown means all your favourite stores are back at Minto Marketplace, one of the most popular shopping precincts in the Campbelltown local government area. The fashion you love, the food you love and the services you love are all waiting for you. Since Monday, and as NSW revels in new… Read more »


Camden dance teacher arrested over sexual abuse of young boy

A dance teacher will appear in court next month over the alleged sexual abuse of a male student in Camden 10 years ago. He was arrested yesterday, and taken to Narellan Police Station, where he was charged with two counts of aggravated indecent assault of a victim under authority of an offender. Police will allege… Read more »


Work to start on first 200 homes of new Menangle Park community

Construction work will begin in the next few weeks on around 200 homes as part of the first stage of the $1.5 billion Menangle Park development. Dahua Group Australia (DGA) says that despite the challenges the construction industry has faced over the last year due to Covid-19 restrictions, it is able to announce it has… Read more »


Caring for others is its own reward

Paralympian Stephen Gregson is a Liverpool legend. However, during the 2021 National Carers Week (October 10-16) the spotlight is on his parents Allan and Margaret Gregson, who have been full-time carers for Stephen since he was diagnosed with mild Cerebral Palsy at the age of six. Stephen started losing his sight at 11 years old,… Read more »


For Adam Hansen it’s all about bridging the cultural gap

An Oran Park resident with a passion for bridging the cultural gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people has won a major honour. Adam Hansen, pictured, has been named Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student of the year at the 2021 annual NSW training awards. He received the prestigious award after he completed a Certificate IV… Read more »


South Western Sydney take a bow on vaccination rates

As NSW reopens today, South Western Sydney is celebrating an historic milestone with more than 70 per cent of its eligible population now fully vaccinated against Covid-19. NSW Health, general practices and pharmacies have worked together to provide more than 1.3 million vaccinations across the region since the start of the Federal Government’s national vaccination… Read more »


Wollondilly slams ‘inadequate’ Warragamba Dam wall environment report

The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed raising of the Warragamba Dam wall has come under fire for watering down environmental protections and insufficient time allowed for submissions. And at an extraordinary meeting last Friday, Wollondilly Shire Council unanimously voted to reassert its strong opposition to the raising of the dam wall. Council also… Read more »


Wollondilly man facing grooming, sexual abuse of child charges

Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad detectives have charged a 22 year old Wollondilly Shire man over the alleged online grooming and sexual abuse of a young girl. In August this year, detectives from the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad commenced an investigation following reports a young girl had been sexually abused by a… Read more »


Wests Group Macarthur to reopen venues with $20,000 cash offer

After a long three months, it is now only a few short days before Wests Group Macarthur venues throw open their doors and welcome back members and guests – and they couldn’t be more excited. So much so they are kicking off a special cash promotion to reward members with “Immunity for the Community”. Wests… Read more »


NSW teacher shortage to hit booming Macarthur region

NSW teacher shortages look set to hit the booming Macarthur region, says NSW Labor. The Macarthur region and Campbelltown in particular are in the midst of a population boom, raising serious concerns whether there will be adequate staffing levels to meet the demand of future students. Department of Education documents obtained by the Opposition through the… Read more »


Man, 26, to face court over Macquarie Fields shooting

A man will appear in court today to face a number of charges over the shooting of another man at Macquarie Fields last month. The accused was arrested after investigating detectives stopped a black VW Golf in Governs Way, Macquarie Links yesterday morning. The driver and passenger, two men aged 26 and 29,  were arrested… Read more »


Positions vacant: 300 jobs on offer at Amazon

Amazon Australia, which plans to take on around 300 seasonal workers for the holiday season, will hold a large-scale hiring drive for its gigantic fulfilment centre in Moorebank, pictured. The company is looking for workers with a range of experience and skill levels to help pick, pack and ship orders over the festive season. The… Read more »

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