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The brave new world of renting

In the face of greater competition and rising housing costs, renters are using new technologies and resorting to precarious and informal arrangements to access housing, new Australian Housing and Urban research Institute (AHURI) research reveals. The report, Navigating a changing private rental sector, undertaken by researchers from Swinburne University of Technology, Curtin University and University… Read more »

Camden mayor Lara Symkowiak signing the city deal agreement.

Youngsters vying to be mayor for a day

Camden primary schools can nominate one Year 6 student to participate in the mayor for a day public speaking competition. The competition is part of Local Government Week celebrations, from Tuesday, July 31 to Monday 6 August. Mayor Lara Symkowiak said the annual event was an opportunity for young people to share their vision for… Read more »

Youth Solutions’ annual charity event is on Saturday, July 28 at The Cube, Campbelltown Catholic Club.

Youth Solutions big night will bring back 80s glitter

Turn on your crimper, dust off your cummerbunds and ruffle frocks, Youth Solutions’ annual charity event will bring back the 1980s. The big night is on Saturday, July 28 at The Cube, Campbelltown Catholic Club. In appropriate fashion the event will raise much needed funds for Youth Solutions youth drug and alcohol prevention and health… Read more »

Dr Matthew Malone

Hospital clinic’s vital role in fight against scourge of diabetes

A multidisciplinary clinic at Liverpool Hospital is ensuring patients at high risk of losing a lower limb to diabetes or other health problems can keep on top of their symptoms. The hospital’s High Risk Foot Service is staffed by specialist clinicians from multiple areas of medicine, nursing and allied health. Together they help patients reduce… Read more »

a produce lane will be added to Camden's Taste festival this year,

Produce lane will give festival tasty boost

Camden Council is seeking applications from produce market stallholders for an exciting new addition to the annual Taste Food Wine and Music Festival. Produce Lane will be launched as part of the festival and will showcase a range of fresh and local food. The event is a feature of the Camden Festival that attracts more… Read more »


Driver, 74, dies after car rolls at Hume Highway

A 74-year-old man has died after the Jaguar he was driving rolled on the Hume Highway near Picton Road at Pheasants Nest earlier today. The sole occupant in the car, the man was treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance paramedics before being taken to Liverpool Hospital, where he later died. Emergency services were called… Read more »


Dahua unveils $1.5 billion plans for Parkland Town at Menangle

Dahua Group Australia yesterday unveiled its plans for a brand new, $1.5 billion master planned community in Menangle Park. The plans will transform what used to be agricultural land into what Dahua says will be a “vibrant, contemporary Parkland Town on the banks of the Nepean River’’. Located 10 minutes from Campbelltown city centre and… Read more »


Police to address media over Bringelly home invasion

Police will address the media later his morning over the home invasion overnight that resulted in three people suffering life-threatening injuries. Acting Superintendent Paul Albury, Commander of the Liverpool Police Area Command will address the media at 11am. Officers are currently still at the scene of the home invasion at a rural property in Bringelly…. Read more »

a Magpies player player is tackled by Camden in the thriller at Victoria Park won by the home side 20-14.

Picton Magpies edge Camden Rams in Victoria Park thriller

Picton have maintained their position at the top of the Group 6 Rugby League ladder following a thrilling 20-14 win over Camden. The other matches saw the Lions come from behind to defeat Campbelltown City 36-34 at Mittagong Sportsground, while The Oaks Tigers defeated Narellan Jets 46-10 at Dudley Chesham Oval. After 13 rounds Picton… Read more »

A construction viewing area will be built on the site of Western Sydney Airport.

Roll up, roll up to watch airport get built

An on-site visitor centre will give the public a first-class ticket to see Western Sydney Airport unfold in front of their eyes. WSA Co, the Federal Government-owned company building Western Sydney Airport, has invited registrations of interest to finalise the design and build the visitor centre, which will include a construction viewing area and interactive… Read more »

Liverpool Hospital doctors Johnson Tang, Noah Freelander, Cale Burge, Chilan Nguyen and Sarah Khan have won the inaugural NSW Junior Doctors Conference 2018 Medical Challenge.

Our young doctors are top of the pops

A team of local junior doctors have shown they can’t be beaten when it comes to sharp clinical skills and performing under pressure. A group of second year doctors – Chilan Nguyen, Sarah Khan, Johnson Tang, Noah Freelander and Cale Burge – won the inaugural NSW Junior Doctors Conference 2018 Medical Challenge. Dr Tang said… Read more »

The Fat Controllers are vying for a spot in Fisher's Gig

Get ready to rock – Fishers Gig turns 21

Fisher’s Gig turns 21 this year and what’s a coming-of-age party without great music. The Fisher’s Gig heats will be held on Saturday, July 28 at Greg Percival Community Centre, Ingleburn, with 10 acts vying for a spot at Campbelltown’s party of the year – Fisher’s Gig. Members of the community can buy tickets to… Read more »

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