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Go4Fun way to develop healthy habits

Children and their families have the chance to develop healthy habits, boost their fitness and most of all have fun at a free after school program starting in February across the South Western Sydney Local Health District. NSW Health’s Go4Fun program for children aged from 7 to 13 above aRead more »


Last council meeting of the year had it all

You could say the last Campbelltown Council meeting of the year on Tuesday night had everything and a little bit more. It started with a bang when the Mayor, George Brticevic, ordered the removal of a man in the public gallery who shouted his views during discussion of a domesticRead more »


Jacaranda Festival a big hit

The second Jacaranda Festival along Camden’s Argyle Street over the weekend was a big hit and sets it up for a third go in 2020. Even Elvis turned up on Friday night when the festival kicked off with the sound of music at various venue, including upstairs@freds and Camden RSL.Read more »


Hey kids, time to write your letters to Santa

The countdown is on and soon he’ll be making a list, and checking it twice, meaning it’s time for children to pick up their pencils and start writing to the jolly man in red nice and early to ensure he has plenty of time to reply. Last year, more thanRead more »


Image of dark and stormy night in Harrington Park takes the prize

Photography is just a hobby for Harrington Park resident and university student Ian Hollis. He admits taking this picture, which was named the winner of the landscapes category in this year’s Macarthur nature photography competition, required nerves of steel and the determination of a professional photographer. “I captured the winningRead more »


Spirit of sportsmanship act wins fair play award

It was round one of the 2019 Macarthur Football Association season. The combatants in the under 15 girls clash were Ingleburn Eagles SC and Eschol Park Wolves FC and there were just a few seconds before the referee blew the fulltime whistle. And that’s when it happened: Eschol Park goalkeeperRead more »


Facial transformation gives Natalia chance at normal life

Natalia Apaseray has spent a lifetime struggling to eat, drink and speak but Liverpool Hospital surgeons have helped put a smile back on the face of the West Papuan woman. The 26-year-old was born with neurofibromatosis, a condition that has resulted in the right side of her face being malformed.Read more »

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