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Hear ye of little faith in politicians

It’s almost as rare as hen’s teeth to see two politicians from the opposite side of the fence come together for anything, let alone a photo opportunity while receiving a framed Certificate of Appreciation from the council. But that was the case when Campbelltown Council held a reception for formerRead more »


Flushed out: our councils’ dunny strategy

The public dunny of the future is here now, and soon they will be appearing like mushrooms across Campbelltown and Liverpool – Camden will catch up eventually. Campbelltown is spending some of its new found rates wealth – an extra $60-70 million in the next 10 years, thank you veryRead more »

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Taking art to the laneways of the city

The laneways in the Liverpool central business are becoming alfresco art exhibition spaces in a move by Liverpool Council that can only be given a big tick. The Street Art program, which will cost around $60,000, is based on the City of Sydney Streetware program model which aims to beautifyRead more »


Election ballot spots decided

There is a strong presence of No Land Tax candidates in south west Sydney electorates for the March 28 NSW state election. Following the closing of nominations at noon last Thursday, returning officers in each electorate did the traditional ballot draw soon after. Other than the No Land Tax involvement,Read more »

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