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Slammed: road upgrade that will hurt business

Three big hitters of the South West Sydney region are going into bat for a group of shop owners who believe a planned road upgrade could send them broke. Support for their stance has come from federal MP Anne Stanley, Liverpool MP Paul Lynch and Cr Nathan Hagarty. So farRead more »


Mission accomplished as community centre turns 50

Fifty years ago today, on May 1, 1970, Her Royal Highness Princess Anne opened Mission Australia’s Green Valley Community Centre. At the age of 19 and on her first solo royal engagement, Princess Anne opened the service, alongside future Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, who attended as the local Federal MemberRead more »


Anzac Day commemorations: we can all be there in spirit

Just five years ago, on its 100th anniversary, record crowds jostled for space at Anzac Day dawn services and marches across Australia. But in 2020 nothing is safe from Covid-19, not even an event as sacred as Anzac Day remembrance ceremonies. There will be services of course but because ofRead more »


Appin Massacre ceremony to be recorded for social media

On April 17, 1816 up to 14 Dharawal men, women and children died at what has become known as the Appin Massacre. The attack was carried out on the orders of NSW Governor Lachlan Macquarie in reprisal for disputes between white settlers and Aboriginal groups. There was no evidence theRead more »

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