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Sport groups back new facilities at Bradbury Park

The Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr Paul Lake, has ceremoniously taken a sledgehammer to the existing amenities building at Bradbury Park, making way for a more modern facility set to benefit a number of local sporting groups and the wider community. The upgrade forms part of Council’s Renew-Connect-Revitalise city-wide improvement works program, which is being rolled… Read more »


Badgerys Creek airport site perfect for intermodal: Mayor

Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun is urging the federal government to rethink plans to build an intermodal on prime riverside land at Moorebank. Cr Mannoun says that a common sense approach would be to locate the intermodal at Sydney’s newest airport – Badgerys Creek. Riverside land at Moorebank should instead be used for housing. “There is… Read more »


Third lane opened: M5 travel times reduced

South west region motorists can expect further improvements on the M5 South West Motorway with the opening of the third lane westbound from the old toll plaza at Hammondville to the Hume Highway overpass in Liverpool. This new 3.4km section joins the third lane which is already open westbound between the Hume Highway overpass, Liverpool… Read more »

NBN's satellite ground station in Bourke.

NBN coming to Campbelltown and Bradbury

Construction on the National Broadband Network is under way in Macarthur. Macarthur MP Russell Matheson said construction on the fibre-to-the-premises network was now under way for around 2800 premises in Campbelltown and Bradbury. “Telstra has finalised remediation of infrastructure in the area, meaning that in coming weeks, NBN Co subcontractors will be out in the… Read more »

Cool: Melanie Gibbons outside the Whitlam Centre in Liverpool

Whitlam Centre gets $3 million for aircon upgrade

Minister for Local Government Paul Toole and Member for Menai Melanie Gibbons have announced that Liverpool will get an upgrade of its leisure facility, thanks to a generous subsidy from the NSW Government in Round Three of the Local Infrastructure Renewal Scheme (LIRS). The scheme introduced by the Liberal and Nationals Government encourages councils to… Read more »

deadmans creek bridge

Safer Deadmans Creek bridge finally on the way

After inspecting the site this week, NSW Minister for Roads and Freight Duncan Gay and Member for Menai Melanie Gibbons have announced that Deadmans Creek bridge is on track to open to traffic in 2015. “It is great to see work is well under way to replace the Deadmans Creek bridge on Heathcote Road at… Read more »


NBN wagon rolls on to the south west

Building preparation for the National Broadband Network is now under way for more than 2400 households and businesses in Leumeah and Campbelltown. The NBN will update its online maps in coming months to inform residents when physical construction of the network had begun, and when the network would be ready for service. “This is an… Read more »


Campbelltown Road widening a little closer

Early road investigation work is being carried out as part of the planned Campbelltown Road upgrade to widen it between Camden Valley Way at Casula and Brooks Road, Denham Court. The State Member for Campbelltown, Mr Bryan Doyle, welcomed the latest work. “This Government has provided $3 million this year to continue the planning for… Read more »

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