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Former teacher charged with assault, grooming of 14 year old boy

Detectives from the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad have charged a former teacher with the sexual abuse of a 14-year-old boy at a local high school. The 26-year-old man was arrested and charged at Campbelltown Police Station earlier today. The man was charged with aggravated sexual assault of someone under the age of 16… Read more »


Into the Night will be music to the ears of Ingleburn business

Great street food: Enjoy any burger with chips for $10 from Suzie Dukes in Ingleburn Village at one night festival Into the Night on Friday, June 21 between 5pm and 9pm. You won’t want to miss the fun of Into the Night in Ingleburn next Friday, June 21. It will boast Ingleburn’s own street piano,… Read more »


Cheers: Daily Bean goes After Dark

Ed.Square’s Daily Bean café has launched an “After Dark” menu, featuring tapas inspired meals, cocktails, beers and dessert. Just six months after opening their doors at Frasers Property Australia’s Ed.Square sales and display centre at Edmondson Park, proprietor Denis Simione can safely say his dream of bringing the best coffee to South West Sydney has… Read more »


Health research making a difference to our lives: just ask Jana Pittman

Research would not rate high in the excitement list of most people, but it has the potential to make a major impact in people’s lives. Especially research into new and better health treatments, so it was good to see that a record number of people attended this year’s Health Beyond Research and Innovation Showcase. South… Read more »


More people waiting longer at emergency department than a year ago: report

The Bureau of Health Information’s latest quarterly report paints a grim picture at Campbelltown Hospital. According to the report, just over half, or 50.8 per cent of the patients who presented to the emergency department of the hospital between January and March left within the desired four hour period. In contrast, from January 2018 through… Read more »

Funny kids holding ice skates shoes at ice rink outdoor, sport and healthy lifestyle ice skating at Holland, Europe, night. Cute children, boy and girl laughting

Camden’s three day winterfest to celebrate CBD facelift

Larkin Place will be transformed into an exciting winter wonderland for Camden’s first ever winterfest event next month. Winterfest will also be Camden Council’s first massive three day event, running from Friday, July 12 to Sunday, July 14. The main attraction will be an ice rink where for $5 you will be able to skate… Read more »


Community forum to tackle depression

Focus on depression: MP Anoulack Chanthivong with Cheryl Paradella from Beautiful Minds (centre) and other forum partners. One in 20 Australians are affected by depression each year and the World Health Organisation estimates that it will be the number one health concern by 2030. In an effort to put the spotlight on this growing mental… Read more »


Big future in the distance for this throwing athlete

South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) through its Wests Future Stars program has announced an athlete scholarship for Oran Park’s Amelia Morgan. Amelia represents Campbelltown Collegians Athletics Club in both little and senior athletics, specialising in shotput, discus and hammer throw. At only 13 years of age, Amelia has represented NSW on five occasions,… Read more »


Thompson keeps Mbye out of fullback position for Wests Tigers

Wests Tigers head coach Michael Maguire has named his 21-man squad to take on the North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville for their round 14 clash this Friday night. Wests Tigers will be looking to bounce back from a terrible loss against the Canberra Raiders in Round 13 at their new “home’’ in Parramatta when they… Read more »


Government buys land for Catherine Field primary school

Residents in Catherine Field are another step closer to having a new primary school that will cater for up to 1,000 local students. Member for Camden Peter Sidgreaves today announced the NSW Government has secured a two hectare site on O’Keefe Drive for the new school. “It’s so important that families have convenient access to… Read more »


Raby Road upgrade to four lanes in the design stages

Raby Road will soon be upgraded from a two-lane rural road to a four lane, sub-arterial road, with two lanes in each direction. The upgrade will be between from where Raby Road meets Camden Valley Way in the west to the intersection of Thunderbolt and Epping Forest Drives in the east. This will take the… Read more »

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