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Our hard working MPs show off flag raising skills

Our hard working MPs show off flag raising skills

I don’t know how they decide these things but local MPs Greg Warren and Anoulack Chanthivong were called upon to raise the NSW flag and the Aboriginal flag respectively last Saturday morning. It was all part of the annual Filipino independence day flag raising ceremony and lunch. Either way, our MPs performed their duty with noticeable pride and gusto in front of the members of the local Filipino community who were present for the occasion. xxxxxx ♦ Speaking of MPs, former Campbelltown chamber of commerce chief Geoff Berry wants Greg Warren to push for the art gallery of NSW to… Read more »

Goodbye Chilli Joe and thanks for the Thai delights you served us

Goodbye Chilli Joe and thanks for the Thai delights you served us

Some sad news for local foodies, with the man behind arguably our best ever Thai restaurant hanging up his cook’s apron. Chilli Joe, as everyone knows the creator of the award winning Thai Chili in Patrick Street opposite the Campbelltown station, hasn’t been in the best of health lately. After a stint at Wests Leagues Leumeah, Chilli Joe moved to the Campbelltown Bowling Club a few years ago. But it all started at Thai Chilli in a tiny little space that catered to around 20 people. It was a BYO joint and the food and atmosphere were great. I don’t… Read more »

Where did we put that time capsule, Ms Chivers

Where did we put that time capsule, Ms Chivers

Campbelltown councillor Margaret Chivers told a lovely story last week of how she had gone back to a local school where she was a teacher back in the day. Councillor Chivers was representing the Mayor when she visited Campbellfield Public School as part of their 2017 reading project for students. As part of her visit, the councillor said she was chuffed to read Room on the Broom to the children. But before leaving, staff asked her if she by some chance remembered the location of a time capsule buried within the school when she was teaching there around 1988. Apparently… Read more »

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