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Councillor explains why he no longer identifies as male or female

The minutes of last week’s Campbelltown City Council meeting include the following extraordinary words: “Councillor Ben Moroney revealed to the chamber that they are non-binary, not identifying as male or female. Councillor Moroney thanked everyone for being extremely supportive and respectful.’’ If anyone present was shocked last Tuesday night byRead more »


Star studded season launch for football’s M-League

Last night’s star studded season launch was a reflection of how football’s M-League for men and women is such a special sporting competition in the Macarthur region. Held at the premises of new naming rights sponsor Ottimo House in Denham Court, the launch attracted a former Socceroo, one local mayor,Read more »


Every five hours one of us will die – from melanoma

Coronavirus may be what everyone’s thinking about right now, but how’s this for some perspective: one Australian will be diagnosed with melanoma every half an hour this year, and every five hours one of us will die from it. Macarthur Melanoma March committee member Roger Giles, pictured, knows first handRead more »


Menangle Country Club: so good, so close

Get ready to add Menangle Country Club to your list of hospitality destinations for those special family lunches or dinners. Last night a formal opening was held of the multi-million development alongside historic Menangle House or as most people in Macarthur would know it, the Horse and Jockey Inn. TheRead more »


Pauline James, OAM, tireless worker for our veterans

The thought that every night 2,500 veterans sleep on the street throughout Australia is what keeps Pauline James going as the state coordinator of the RSL Auxiliaries. “Encouraging our people to sell a token or have a stall to make money means that we can look after these veterans,’’ sheRead more »

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