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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 »


Minto’s community hub is back

When it declined so badly that it was down to three or four shops battling on, some people were convinced that Minto Mall would never re-open. Or that it would ever be as good as it was in its heyday in the 1980s, 90s and even well into the 21stRead more »

Campbelltown's annual Riverfest has something for everyone.

Riverfest has it all

Celebrate our local environment and cultural diversity at Riverfest on Saturday, August 30, and you’ll be in for an experience like no other. Featuring loads of interactive workshops, stalls and entertainment, Campbelltown City Council’s Riverfest has something for everyone. Get ready to meet some new animal friends, gain some usefulRead more »

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Who’s got the best green thumb?

There is still time for local green thumbs to enter this year’s Campelltown City Garden Competition and have a bash at winning some of the prizemoney on offer. This year there are 12 categories for entrants to choose from, with the introduction of the Anne Haddock Best Cottage Garden category.Read more »

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Honours for local volunteers

Volunteers are a special feature of Australian culture and the Macarthur region is no different. Where Macarthur is different is in singling out and honouring  the local volunteers who keep the engines of its community life ticking over. And that is pretty much what the Federal Member for Macarthur, RussellRead more »

Redevelopment: Work is under way as part of the Airds renewal project.

Koalas get a break in new Airds

It’s not officially a ”koala corridor” but an area where they are known to move through will get bigger protection as the Airds Bradbury renewal project unfolds. According to the State Member for Campbelltown, Bryan Doyle, an UrbanGrowth NSW proposal is a ”win” for the people of Campbelltown. “I spokeRead more »


Feel the Funky Love as Liverpool Night Markets return

The Liverpool Night Markets return on Saturday,  August 2 with a great range of food, stalls and entertainment – including a special performance by the Funky Love Squad dancers, who will bring disco back to Macquarie Street with their incredible stilt-dancing skills. Following a large crowd at the July markets,Read more »

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