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Support for home builders to manage coronavirus restrictions

The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has released the Making space on site: Site Induction for COVID-19 to support home builders, renovation builders and trade contractors manage the new health and hygiene requirements in response to coronavirus. “HIA’s Making space on site: Site Induction for COVID-19 provides a simple, no cost solution for a builder to… Read more »


Raid on Austral property nets cannabis worth $10.5m

Four men were charged and almost $10.5 million worth of cannabis was seized yesterday in a 10 acre property south west of Liverpool. Strike Force Hyperion detectives, the Bass Hill Region Enforcement Squad, PolAir and the Dog Unit took part when a crime scene warrant was executed at the Kelly Street property at 10.30am yesterday…. Read more »


Joy to the world: it’s a boy for Anoulack and Anna

As a wonderful reminder that life does go on in the age of Covid-19, the State Member for Macquarie Fields, Anoulack Chanthivong, and his wife, Anna Kovalsky, this morning welcomed their second child to the world: a baby boy named Christopher Jaidee Chanthivong.  Christopher, who was born at Campbelltown Hospital at 5.54am (Wednesday, April 8)… Read more »


Arts centre going digital to connect with the community

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) will soon go digital in a bid to connect with the public in the age of the coronavirus. CPAC is set to introduce an ongoing series of free online programming designed to engage artists, educators and the community. With Covid-19 forcing most people into isolation it is hoped a digital… Read more »


Liverpool Council says let’s not forget the homeless

Liverpool City Council says it will do all it can so local homeless people are not forgotten during the coronavirus emergency. The council is opening its facilities and ensuring basic essentials will continue to be provided to the homeless and vulnerable groups. With many charities struggling with reduced donations and volunteers, council is coordinating with… Read more »


Council rangers to deliver food orders for local cafes

They have already been widely praised for delivering Meals on Wheels, but now Campbelltown Council’s rangers will also help cafes and restaurants as part of a pilot program to support Campbelltown business. The rangers will deliver the orders for five local restaurants and cafes which have recently started deliveries in response to the impact of… Read more »


Avoid mosquito bites near the Georges River

South Western Sydney Local Health District is urging people to take extra precautions to protect themselves against mosquito bites and mosquito-borne diseases, particularly in areas around the Georges River. The District’s public health unit director Dr Naru Pal said mosquito trapping around the Georges River last week showed high numbers of mosquitos, including the saltmarsh… Read more »


Get kids into the Easter spirit with virtual hat parade competition

Memo to parents: get the kids into the Easter spirit from the comfort of your own home with Camden Council’s first ever virtual Easter hat parade. Local children aged between five and 12 years are encouraged to get creative and make an Easter hat, for their chance to be named People’s Choice or Mayor’s Award… Read more »


Man arrested over domestic violence also charged with armed robbery

A man was due to appear in Campbelltown Local Court today charged with domestic violence related offences and an armed robbery following an arrest by Camden Police this morning. Just after midnight, officers from Camden Police Area Command went to a house at Arena Street, Spring Farm to respond to a report of domestic violence…. Read more »


Fringe Lily mural keeps Campbelltown 2020 going

Hundreds of local residents have marked a milestone year in Campbelltown’s history with the creation of a mural depicting the Campbelltown 2020 remembrance flower. The Fringe Lily is a perennial herb that is indigenous to the Macarthur region and is best distinguished by its bright purple flowers. It is associated with remembrance and reflection on… Read more »


Buy local and tell the world about it

South West Sydney councils are ramping up online information for local business doing it tough as lock down laws take their toll. At Camden residents are being encouraged to support local businesses by joining a new social media campaign. Championed by Camden Council and Camden Region Economic Taskforce (CRET), the #camdenbought campaign asks residents to… Read more »

Third female charged over Ingleburn brawl death

Third female charged over Ingleburn brawl death

A third woman has been charged as investigations continue into the death of a man following a brawl outside a home in Ingleburn last year. The 19-year-old woman was charged on Tuesday with concealing a serious offence. She was refused bail and appeared in Campbelltown Local Court yesterday. On Monday of this week a 15-year-old… Read more »

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