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Wests Group Macarthur CEO Tony Mathew with Afghanistan hero Garry Robinson.

Local hero personifies spirit of Invictus Games

Garry Robinson personifies the values of the Invictus Games: resilience and the unconquered human spirit. The Macarthur resident has already competed in three previous Invictus Games and is all set for Sydney during October 20-27. Robinson will take part in the cycling, archery and swimming competitions at the 2018 Invictus Games. He was serving his… Read more »

infrastructure minister Alan Tudge with Prime Minister Scot Morrison at Badgerys Creek earlier today.

Work finally starts on the airport in our backyard

Work to build Western Sydney Airport has begun, with ground broken today on the once-in-a-generation project. “Today marks both the end of a long journey and the start of an exciting new one,” Western Sydney Airport chief executive Graham Millett said. “It’s been talked about for decades, but now we’re ending the speculation – Western Sydney Airport… Read more »

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Nod to $200m biodiversity offset clears way for airport earthworks

The approval of Western Sydney Airport’s $200 million biodiversity offset delivery plan by the Department of the Environment and Energy provides clears the way for earthworks to begin on the airport site. Alan Tudge, the new minister (Cities, urban infrastructure and population) responsible for the airport, said the Western Sydney Airport site contains fragments of… Read more »

MP Greg Warren has marked down the state government on infrastructure delivery in Campbelltown and Macarthur.

Infrastructure deficit means trouble ahead, warns local MP

The future of Campbelltown and the wider Macarthur region under the Berejiklian Government looks bleak given the lack of investment in infrastructure, the NSW Parliament has been told. In a scathing report card on the Liberal National Party government first elected almost eight years ago, Greg Warren, the Labor member for Campbelltown, told the Legislative… Read more »

Artist's impression of Eds.Square's Eat Street.

Ed.Fest day at Ed.Square this Sunday

Construction of the first homes begins next month, so a celebration is in order at Ed.Square, the mixed-use community bound for Edmondson Park. Frasers Property Australia is inviting the community to join in the festivities. To mark the official grand opening of Ed.Square and a new release of town homes, Frasers Property is holding a… Read more »

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Plan to minimise flood damage needs input from residents

Residents across Campbelltown City are invited to have their say on the Bow Bowing Bunbury Curran Creek catchment strategic floodplain risk management study and plan. Campbelltown City Council is in the final stages of completing the document which identifies the areas most at risk of flooding and potential ways to minimise and best manage the… Read more »

MP Greg Warren with some of the local Oz Tag stars selected to represent the Western City Scorpions in this year’s NSW Junior City versus Country tournament this Sunday at Bateau Bay.

Our Oz Tag stars set to add bite to Scorpions

Appin Oz Tag star Josh Yu says he’s excited by the prospect of playing for Western City Scorpions in this year’s NSW Junior City versus Country tournament. “I am so excited I can’t wait to play,’’ says the 14 year old, one of several local Oz Tag players selected for the Scorpions. “We have trained… Read more »

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Local libraries ramp up online safety

Campbelltown City Council’s libraries are set to become safer places for patrons to venture online thanks to the eSmart Libraries program. The city’s public libraries have received eSmart Libraries accreditation, with the program officially launched at Glenquarie Library earlier this month. Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr George Brticevic, said Council decided to apply for eSmart libraries… Read more »

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Learn how to make customers love your business

In June there were 29,359 registered businesses in the Campbelltown local government area, providing 49,690 local jobs. And the number of new local businesses is growing, with 4,016 new Australian Business Numbers (ABN) registered in the area in the 2017/18 financial year. In such a growing, competitive market it’s more important than ever that business… Read more »

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Ingleburn Lions ready to cook up a vandastic storm

The Lions Club of Ingleburn has been serving the local community for 56 years and will continue to do so for many to come. And from this weekend a new, bigger and better food van will help the service club have an even bigger presence around the traps. At 9am this Saturday, September 22, the… Read more »

Campbelltown City's League Tag champions of 2018.

Kangaroos celebrate two Group 6 premierships

Campbelltown City Kangaroos may not have been able to defend their first grade premiership but nor did they walk away from the 2018 rugby league season without adding some trophies to the cabinet. The club won two honours on the weekend: an inaugural Ladies’ League Tag title and a drought breaking third grade-second division premiership…. Read more »

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