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Women’s football team focus is on west

The Wanderers women’s team open their 2014 W-League season against premiers Canberra United this Sunday, September 14 at Campbelltown Stadium from 3pm. And when they announced their 2014 squad, the Wanderers reaffirmed their commitment to the development of Western Sydney football. With a desire to unearth and develop young WesternRead more »


Ingham Institute flagship technology to be unveiled

The Ingham Institute will unveil its flagship MRI-Linac cancer research technology for Australia’s top corporates and philanthropists including the Ingham family, Perich Group and PwC PricewaterhouseCoopers on Thursday, September 18 at a special event in its high-tech, purpose built research bunker at Liverpool Hospital. The event will see the Institute’s most generous sponsorsRead more »


Even after 31 years, Ann loves to sew

“I love to sew.’’ It’s a simple as that for Ann Bailey when you ask her why she is still hard at it, making her beautiful dolls and setting up a stall every month at the popular Cobbitty markets after 31 years. Yes, that’s right, 31 years after starting outRead more »

Deputy mayor Peter Ristevski

Let’s make Liverpool great

AFTER  just two years as a councillor, Peter Ristevksi is excited about the future for Liverpool and the south west region. Councillor Ristevski, 41, a Chipping Norton resident, was elected for the north ward at the 2012 local government elections when he stood as a Liberal Party candidate. He wasRead more »

Read on: Una has been a Home Library Service user for seven years

A library that comes to you

There’s one knock on the door each fortnight that is a welcome call for housebound members of the community, with Campbelltown City Council’s Home Library Service delivering much more than library resources. For those physically unable to visit their local library due to age, illness, injury or disability, the serviceRead more »

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Aboriginal tent embassy protests Airds redevelopment

Uncle Mud’d is a local Aboriginal elder who is adamant that cutting down trees in bushland behind Airds shopping centre is plain wrong. ”These trees,” he says, pointing to large gumtrees behind what some have described as an Aboriginal embassy, ”are on tribal land and nobody asked the tribal eldersRead more »

The Pacific dancers and Mud Fun will be part of this year's  Riverfest festival in Campbelltown on August 30.

Some serious Mud Fun for our Riverfest

  Mud, mud, glorious mud! If you’ve ever wanted an excuse to squish your toes into some sloppy, ooey, gooey mud, then Campbelltown’s upcoming Riverfest is your chance. For the first time, Mud Fun will be appearing at Riverfest on Saturday, August 30 to promote mud as a way ofRead more »

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