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2016-07-02 17.46.40

Gaffes and magical promises we can have it all, NSW

It’s turning out to be quite an election, thanks to final week gaffes and other horrors from the frontline of campaigning. Michael Daley’s $3 billion TAFE shocker, combined with the leaking of his anti-Asian sentiments, have made the Labor party’s job of winning a little harder, but they haven’t reallyRead more »

2015-08-07 11.29.33

Brand Campbelltown: be careful what you wish for

Campbelltown has never looked better. Sometimes you have to be careful what you wish for; hearing that in a particular location in Sydney the powers to be were considering calling it a “recreational hub’’ a councillor from another area piped up: yep, that would be right, in that place aRead more »

2018-12-24 07.08.29

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone.

When the year’s almost over and a new one about to start is a pretty good time for a little reflection. We all know 2018 has been a year of highs and lows but what’s important is that we got through it and here we are on another Christmas EveRead more »

2016-04-01 09.21.53

We want an A-League club the envy of all others

Within two hours of yesterday’s announcement that a local A-League team would play out of Campbelltown Sports Stadium two former mayors sent text messages. Former mayor 1: “The question to ask the GM/Mayor is how much is it going to cost the ratepayers to upgrade the stadium to the requiredRead more »

Our region needs fair dinkum deal on infrastructure

Our region needs fair dinkum deal on infrastructure

The Macarthur region was dealt a heavy blow with the Government’s Western Sydney Cities Deal, argues the Labor member for Macarthur, DR MIKE FREELANDER. This deal, once again, proved that the State and Federal Liberal National governments have the wrong priorities for Macarthur. In recent years South West Sydney hasRead more »


Decade of turbulence may be coming to an end soon

When someone says they will spend hundreds of millions of dollars on schools and hospitals instead of sporting facilities it’s a reminder that politics is the biggest game in town. Which makes it even more disappointing that so many people have disengaged from the political process in the past fewRead more »

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