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Why community and business got on board with Camden Monopoly

Narellan Town Centre general manager Brad Page says Camden Monopoly is such a great community project there was no way they’d let the sponsorship opportunity pass. Narellan Town Centre, along with The Hermitage, Gledswood Hills, Meals on Wheels and Plus Fitness have signed up as gold sponsors of Camden Monopoly,Read more »

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Mayor stands up for Campbelltown Winterland

Who’s got the biggest Winterland experience, Camden or Campbelltown? If you ask the Campbelltown Mayor, George Brticevic, there’s just no comparison. “It’s like comparing a grape, Camden’s, and a watermelon, ours,’’ the mayor said in response to a question from Cr Paul Lake at last week’s council meeting. The veteranRead more »

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Here’s a little blast from our recent past

This edition of Picture This is a little blast from the past, courtesy of one of our biggest fans, FRANK WARD, who calls Shoal Bay home these days but is still as keen as mustard to know what’s going on in Campbelltown. Here he tells the stories behind the blackRead more »

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Choosing just three local landmarks harder than you think

We all have our favourite locations across the South West Sydney region, from Liverpool through Campbelltown, to Camden and Wollondilly. But if you had to choose three such locations or landmarks, what would they be? That’s right, it’s not as easy as it sounds. We may all get some pointersRead more »

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How I got Pauline Hanson to do a 40 minute radio interview

From 9am and until noon on Wednesdays TREVAR LANGLANDS presents the Arts and Entertainment Show on Macarthur community radio station100.3FM. The usual fare is music, book and movie reviews, poetry and interviews. Here he explains how he recently managed to get none other than Pauline Hanson as a guest onRead more »

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Pack a punch in their lunch

Packing a healthy and tasty lunchbox for your child is easier than you think, says Katie Trinh. “You might start the year off strong, but after a term, run out of time or ideas,’’ adds Ms Trinh, who is a health promotion officer of the South Western Sydney Local HealthRead more »

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