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Local hospitals feeling the strain: report

Waiting lists for surgery have increased, ambulance response times have slowed and more people are stuck in emergency departments of hospitals across Western Sydney according to a Bureau of Health Information report. Hospitals across Sydney’s west featured prominently in the list of hospitals with the highest percentage of patients waiting more than four hours, with… Read more »


Why community and business got on board with Camden Monopoly

Narellan Town Centre general manager Brad Page says Camden Monopoly is such a great community project there was no way they’d let the sponsorship opportunity pass. Narellan Town Centre, along with The Hermitage, Gledswood Hills, Meals on Wheels and Plus Fitness have signed up as gold sponsors of Camden Monopoly, which is now in production…. Read more »


Taste of cultures food walking tours another culinary boost

Pho, green curry and baklava – that’s the sort of culinary experience local foodies could only dream about. But it’s quickly becoming the norm across the four corners of the Macarthur region. Camden is next cab off the rank with the inaugural “taste of cultures food walking tours’’. There will be two on offer as… Read more »


Scholarships to produce construction leaders of the future

Billions of dollars are being injected into the Western Sydney region, much of it on major infrastructure projects, which is creating demand for qualified graduates. Residential property developer Dahua Group is doing its bit: it is helping to produce the construction industry’s future leaders by offering scholarships at Western Sydney University. There are currently six… Read more »


Four new exhibitions to mark 25 years of Casula Powerhouse arts centre

There are two great art centres in the outer South West Sydney region, Campbelltown and Casula Powerhouse. The latter, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, or CPAC, is about to celebrate a quarter of a century of cutting edge arts and culture with four new exhibitions. They will be headlined by special anniversary show One Past Liverpool,… Read more »


Queens of the golf course: Lakeside ladies win Coronation Medal

A Lakeside Golf Club Ladies team of four have won the 2019 Coronation Medal, one of NSW women’s golf’s most prestigious events. Tracey Wood, Donna Forrest, Lyn Hall and Jan Jacka are all long standing members of Lakeside Golf Club Camden and represent the club throughout the year in ladies pennants. They were among 200… Read more »


HeMo could be hero in fight against diabetes

With $40 million spent every year on treating patients with diabetes in Sydney’s south west, clinicians at South Western Sydney Local Health District are leading the charge in making change.  Dr Matthew Malone from Liverpool Hospital and Western Sydney University’s school of medicine has teamed up with associate Professor Paul Breen and Dr Gaetano Gargiulo… Read more »


If it’s too good to be true it’s probably a scam

The NSW Police Force is urging the community to remain vigilant when downloading software online after becoming aware of an increasing number of remote access scams. Remote access scams allow third party access to an individual’s private computer through the use of legitimate software. Police are aware that current remote access scams are being conducted… Read more »


Rubens to headline new music festival in Campbelltown next January

Campbelltown will be rocked by some of Australia’s biggest artists next January, including local sensations, The Rubens. The boys from Menangle Park will be one of the headline acts for Out of Bounds, a brand new music festival for the Macarthur region and south west Sydney. In what is expected to be a big hit… Read more »


Campbelltown Billabong will be much more than a swimming lagoon

Everyone is invited to get involved with the next phase of design for Campbelltown’s exciting new Billabong Parklands project. The $18.75 million regional water recreation space will be built at Apex Park, Bradbury, which is located on the southern gateway to the city centre of Campbelltown. It is envisaged that Billabong Parklands will be a… Read more »


Owner of illegal boarding house at Minto fined $3,000

The owner of two dual occupancy dwellings in Minto has been fined $3,000 for using the premises as an illegal boarding house. Campbelltown Council will be fining the owner after it confirmed the illegal use of the dual occupancy premises at 8A Erica Lane as a boarding house.  Council investigated after receiving a complaint from… Read more »

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