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Wests chefs cooking up a storm for Perfect Plate

Korean smoked beef short rib with crispy noodles, sesame seeds, sugar snap salad and a spiced soy and ginger glaze is one of the five Wests Group Macarthur entries in this year’s Perfect Plate competition. Sounds delicious, but what’s even better is that this dish, and the other four entries, are on the menu at Wests venues across the region. The Korean smoked beef short rib above is available from the Flame Kitchen at The Country Club Gledswood Hills. It means Wests members and their guests not only can order these dishes, they can also vote for them in the… Read more »

Hey kids, Bluey and Bingo are heading our way

Hey kids, Bluey and Bingo are coming to town in a few days. For those who have been living on Mars recently, Bluey and her little sister Bingo star in the popular animated TV series Bluey. Bluey is a lovable Blue Heeler puppy who lives with her dad, mum and little sister Bingo. In every episode, Bluey uses her limitless Blue Heeler energy to play elaborate games that unfold in unpredictable and hilarious ways.  On Saturday, May 22, Bluey and Bingo will head to Liverpool for a special performance for their fans in South Western Sydney. Carnes Hill community and… Read more »

Alan Baker Archibald Prize entries on exhibition in Camden

Alan Baker Archibald Prize entries on exhibition in Camden

The opening night of Face to Face: Photos by BRETT ATKINS Local art enthusiasts will not want to miss the latest exhibition at Alan Baker Art Gallery with a number of former Archibald Prize entries on show in Camden. The Face to Face exhibition feature a suite of portrait paintings that capture a timeline of Alan Baker’s Archibald Prize entries from 1936-1972. Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli said the exhibition was a great way to join the Art Gallery of NSW celebrating 100 years of the Archibald Prize this year. “We are fortunate to have such a wonderful art… Read more »

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Our botanic garden turns 26

NOW is the perfect time to applaud plant conservation as the Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan turns celebrates 26 years of existence. The epicentre of this nation’s efforts to protect our 25,000 native plants from extinction, the country’s largest botanic garden grows many of Australia’s native plants and atRead more »

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Plenty of school holiday activities

The school holidays have started and you don’t know what to do with the kids? Well, no need to fret, there are heaps of local activities available through your local council. Campbelltown City Council’s Spring School Holiday Program is, as always jam packed with activities of all types. Some ofRead more »

Number one: Campbelltown Golf Course at Glen Alpine.

Start shooting, you snappers

It’s that time of year again for nature loving shutterbugs to polish off that camera lens, get outdoors and get snapping as part of the annual Macarthur Nature Photography competition. Hosted by the three Macarthur councils – Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly, the competition aims to raise awareness of the region’sRead more »

A painting of Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah is part of the exhibition at Campbelltown Arts Centre

Catch The List on show

There is still time to catch The List, the current exhibition at Campbelltown Arts Centre. The List, which was opened early in August, will close on October 12. The List is a multi-disciplinary arts project addressing youth culture in Campbelltown. It offers a multifaceted insight into daily rituals and social issues.Read more »

Revolution Incorporated will perform at the next Liverpool Night Markets, on Saturday, September 6.

Night markets gaining in popularity

Where can you hear the sounds of Balkan-inspired gypsy fusion music, smooth reggae beats and rousing guitar solos, all in the one place, and for free? The increasingly popular Liverpool Night Markets, that’s where. The markets are next on Saturday, September 6 and offer a great musical line up includingRead more »

New exhibition

New exhibition represents local artists

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is almost ready to present the 17th Annual Liverpool Art Society (LAS) Exhibition and Art Award. Each year, LAS members are invited to submit works for exhibition in the five gallery spaces at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. The 2014 exhibition promises to include a diverse range ofRead more »

retail view George Street Liverpool facing south

Starry sari night buzz is back

THE Liverpool City Centre will glisten with the return of the magical Starry Sari Night along George Street on Sunday, September 21, between 3pm and 10pm. George Street, which is a one way thoroughfare from Elizabeth Street to Scott Street, will be closed to traffic for the day with pedestrianRead more »

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