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Liverpool, Campbelltown art galleries win cash boost

BOTH Liverpool’s and Campbelltown’s art galleries have been included in the list of recipients of the $30 million Crown Resorts Foundation and Packer Family Foundation Western Sydney Arts Initiative. Campbelltown Arts Centre will receive $100,000 per year over two years. The funding will be used towards the introduction of an arts education program for local… Read more »

The two missing boys who have now been found by police five days after they went into hiding.

Both missing teenagers now found, third charged

Police have located the second teenager who went missing following a pursuit in Campbelltown earlier this week. Just after 11am last Monday, police were involved in a pursuit with an allegedly stolen black BMW, which ended in a reserve off Banooke Way in Airds. The four teenagers in the car fled and a large scale… Read more »


Three face charges over brothel kidnapping

Three men have been charged over an alleged kidnapping at a brothel in Liverpool and were due to appear in court today. About 8:30am yesterday, Thursday, October 16, police were called to a business on George Street following reports a number of men were inside the premises and armed with a handgun. Police spoke to… Read more »


Wanderers travel east for redemption

The Western Sydney Wanderers will be seeking redemption when they travel east to the Sydney Football Stadium on Saturday night for the seventh A-League Sydney Derby. The Wanderers lost the final derby last season to Sydney FC in a spiteful affair, and the Blue half of Sydney has been reminding Wanderers fans of that fact… Read more »


Roll up to help roll out graffiti

Graffiti Removal Day is coming up on Sunday, October 26 and Campbelltown City Council is calling on volunteers to roll up to roll out graffiti! An initiative of the NSW Government, and supported by Rotary Down Under, Graffiti Removal Day is an annual campaign aimed at bringing local residents, businesses and community organisations together in… Read more »

mental health

Cycling and walking to better health

Staff and patients from Liverpool Hospital’s Mental Health Unit and Liverpool and Fairfield Therapy and Recovery Services are cycling and walking their way to better health this Mental Health Month (October). Teams from the rehabilitation wards have challenged themselves to cycling more than 1,000 kilometres on stationary bikes to raise money for cancer patients. Consumers… Read more »

The two missing boys who have now been found by police five days after they went into hiding.

Have you seen these missing teenagers?

Police are renewing their appeal for information to locate two teenage boys who went missing following a police pursuit at Airds earlier in the week. About 11:40am, Monday, October 13, two 14-year-old boys travelling in a black BMW were allegedly involved in a police pursuit that started in Bradbury, and ended in a reserve off… Read more »


Our botanic garden turns 26

NOW is the perfect time to applaud plant conservation as the Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan turns celebrates 26 years of existence. The epicentre of this nation’s efforts to protect our 25,000 native plants from extinction, the country’s largest botanic garden grows many of Australia’s native plants and at the Australian PlantBank within its… Read more »


Coyte to bowl up some fries with that

  Sarah Coyte will set aside cricket bat and ball this Saturday for a good cause. The Campbelltown Camden Ghosts star and some of her teammates will instead be greeting guests, serving and cooking at McDonald’s Woodbine restaurant as part of McHappy Day. Sarah will be joined by the Ghosts NSW representative Hannah Trethewy and… Read more »

Lions convention

Lions convention held in food and culture epicentre

Federal Member for Fowler, Chris Hayes, and the Mayor of Fairfield City, Frank Carbone, officially opened the 2014 Lions Clubs Convention in Cabramatta. The annual convention was organised in our local multicultural community for the first time by the Cabramatta Lions Club. They were also assisted by young people from the Canley Vale High School… Read more »

boat ramp

Popular boat ramp’s makeover

Boaters now have improved access to the Georges River at Moorebank with work complete on the new Davy Robinson Reserve boat ramp. Member for Menai, Melanie Gibbons said the NSW Government provided Liverpool City Council more than $389,000 through the Better Boating Program to upgrade of the ramp. “Stage one of the project consisted of… Read more »


Search for teens moves to Kentlyn

Police from Campbelltown Local Area Command will continue their search for two missing teens in the Campbelltown area today, with their focus turning to the semi rural suburb of Kentlyn. Polair helicopters were spotted over Kentlyn just a few minutes ago. Yesterday afternoon, two 14-year-old boys in a black BMW were involved in a pursuit… Read more »

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