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Newest Australian citizens came from more than 60 countries

More than 1,200 residents of Campbelltown received their Australian citizenship in the past 12 months via online ceremonies. These new Australians had come here from more than 60 countries. Among them was Zaman, who migrated from the small city of Rangpur in Bangladesh. “Becoming an Australian citizen means a moreRead more »


Quitting can be such a cool thing to do

An aspiring photographer friend when we were young snapped this image during a trip to Armidale many, many years ago. Why did you take my picture, I asked. Well, I thought it looked really cool, all that smoke swirling around you, was the reply from our budding shooter. From memoryRead more »


How inmates help feed those doing it tough in Covid lockdown

A Western Sydney prison is again donating fresh, organic produce to Foodbank after forming a partnership last winter to help feed people in need. Between June and August last year, Parklea Correctional Centre provided more than one ton of salad to the food charity, which included rocket, spinach, coriander andRead more »


Turn iso into an investigation on family roots

Stuck at home with nothing to do? Of course you are, along with the rest of us. Here’s an idea: learn about your family history. Camden Libraries, Camden Area Family History Service and Camden Historical Society offer an extensive range of resources to help you in your search for yourRead more »

C’mon Aussie, c’mon: take pledge on single use plastic

C’mon Aussie, c’mon: take pledge on single use plastic

Camden Council is calling on residents to take the pledge on single use plastics during Keep Australia Beautiful Week. With more than 50 years of experience, Keep Australia Beautiful work to change the behaviours and attitudes of individuals, regarding litter and recycling, sustainability and environmental issues. This year, Australians areRead more »

G8 Lunches for Carers, at Bankstown First Grammer. Photography by Quentin Jones. 5 August 2021.

Boss shouts lunch to more than 4000 child educators

They are the frontline workers who keep the economy ticking over while making sure children have a happy normal place to be. Yesterday, G8 Education shouted lunch for every one of its more than 4000 educators and teachers in NSW, many of them in South Western Sydney and the MacarthurRead more »

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