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Inmates help rebuild fire ravaged dingo sanctuary

The bush fire disaster has produced its share of positive, uplifting stories. To that growing list we can now add the efforts of a group of inmates who have helped rebuild a dingo shelter destroyed by bush fires. The Bargo Dingo Sanctuary was severely damaged by the Green Wattle CreekRead more »


Generation STEM could be game changer on local jobs

Almost three out of four Macarthur region residents travel out of the area for work. This has been the case for decades, but it’s possible all this is about to change for the better. A combination of highly skilled workers and the proximity of the Western Sydney Airport may justRead more »


World premiere: She Conjured the Clouds set to rock arts fans

She Conjured the Clouds is a glowing, vibrating, technicolour journey of the senses for all ages and abilities. Blending live performance and installation, this spectacular production by critically acclaimed artist Justene Williams aims to shift the conventions of visual arts and theatre to encourage new audiences to experience these mediums.Read more »


The mother of all backflips: Hurlstone to stay in Glenfield

In a backflip of epic proportions, the State Government has today announced that Hurlstone Agricultural High School will stay in Glenfield after all. The reversal comes four years almost to the day since the government revealed plans to relocate Campbelltown’s iconic school lock, stock and barrel to a Western SydneyRead more »


Doug helps shine light on local mental health services

Doug lost his son Tom to suicide on New Year’s Day in 2018. The Leppington father of two said he felt “a huge sense of failure”. “Everyone else is going on with their life but there’s no way you can move forward,” he said. “Then you realise you have toRead more »