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Ingleburn brawl death: 19 year old in court

A Cabramatta man has been charged over an alleged break-in as part of ongoing investigations into the death of a teenager during a brawl in Ingleburn. Just before 9.40pm on Friday emergency services were called to Chester Road, Ingleburn, after reports of a brawl involving a large group of people. The brawl is believed to… Read more »


Fundraiser for Panda Warmer is good news for newborn babies of Macarthur

Panda Warmer sounds like a big cuddly toy. But it’s actually medical equipment used to resuscitate and assist newborn babies. A fundraiser for the Kids of Macarthur Foundation called Macca’s for a Causewill run during all of June toraise enough money to purchase a Panda Warmer for the delivery unit of Campbelltown Hospital. Fifteen McDonald’s… Read more »


Health research will benefit our region – and the world

The Research Showcase on June 5-6 will highlight the ground-breaking health and medical research under way in South West Sydney. Fascinating keynote speakers – including a history-making Olympian – and ground-breaking research presentations will be among the highlights of the 2019 Health Beyond Research and Innovation Showcase in June. The showcase at The William Inglis… Read more »


Warren calls on premier to act on high rise safety report

Campbelltown MP Greg Warren has called on the Berejiklian Government to act on a report commissioned in the wake of the 2017 Grenfell tower tragedy in London which claimed more than 70 lives. The Building Confidence report compiled by Peter Shergold and Bronwyn Weir was presented to the state government in February 2018. Mr Warren… Read more »


Quad bikes with GPS tracking to inspect town’s 510km of footpaths

Ride on: Mayor George Brticevic (right) and Pavement Management Services (PMS) manager of open space surveying Tom Daniewski inspect a quad bike being driven by PMS field technician Bryan Kingwell. Campbelltown City Council is adding smart technology to further improve the speed, accuracy and efficiency of the footpath inspections across the city. Quad bikes with… Read more »


Here’s why Macarthur FC will be a big hit

Once upon a time, PATRICK DUFFY kicked off the very first game of a soccer team called Macarthur. Now the principal of Duffy Law Group – and still a big fan of the round ball game – he believes the sky’s the limit for Macarthur FC when the Bulls start competing in the national competition,… Read more »


MP calls on minister to protect heritage value of Scenic Hills

Member for Macquarie Fields Anoulack Chanthivong (pictured) says the State Government has no option but to heritage list land surrounding Varroville Homestead in the Scenic Hills. An impartial report by the Independent Planning Commission has backed the Heritage Council’s recommendation to list an extension of the land surrounding Varroville Homestead on the State Heritage Register…. Read more »


Showcase coming to Camden just for laughs

Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase Tour will be headed Camden way next month. It will be the seventh year in a row the crème de la crème of the festival will be performed in Camden. The Showcase will be at Camden Civic Centre on Thursday, June 6, from 7.30pm.  Expertly curated and hilariously presented, the Showcase… Read more »


Winterland II: more cool fun than last time

It was a big hit last time, but when Winterland returns to Campbelltown for a second time during the July school holidays it will have even more features on offer. Sydney’s largest open-air ice rink, a giant snow dome with real snow and a Star of the Show ferris wheel are some of the magical… Read more »

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