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The sounds of Christmas

Ringing in the holiday season, City of Holroyd Brass Band and Packemin Productions will present a…

Police take a stand against violence against women

Police commissioners across Australia and New Zealand stood at Parliament House in Canberra this morning to reaffirm their…

“This is encouraging” said ex Socceroo Andy Harper

ABC commentator Andy Harper stated that the Socceroos performance had been “encouraging” in last night’s friendly…

2015 National Youth Awards open

Nominations are open for the 2015 National Youth Awards, which cater for seven categories and celebrate…

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Fireworks a-plenty at Burwood’s Carols in the Park

Fireworks a-plenty at Burwood’s Carols in the Park 1:19 pm | Burwood will see Celia Pavey from The Voice join other stars on stage at Carols in the Park on Saturday December 13, which will end with spectacular fireworks to join the stars in the sky. Tracey…

Campaigns to break the cycle of violence in families

Campaigns to break the cycle of violence in families 9:31 am | High rates of family violence are largely a result of a culture of “accepting threatening behaviour,” a Burwood police officer has said. Senior Constable John Tikisci, Domestic Violence Liaison Officer, acknowledged violent family disputes have always…

Rhodes party for 10 years

10:37 am | Rhodes Waterside will hold a 10-year birthday bash with plenty of food, fun and free entertainment for kids on Saturday, December 6. There will be free cake, balloons and face painting, cupcake decorating workshops, and a chance…

Man armed with scissors robs Drummoyne convenience store

9:50 am | A man with a pair of scissors entered a convenience store on Victoria Street, Drummoyne at about 4.40am yesterday and approached a 23-year-old man behind a service counter. Police have been told the armed man demanded money, before…

Ashfield knitters launch public artwork

Ashfield knitters launch public artwork 11:53 am | Ashfield Library Knitters will hold an installation celebration in the Civic Centre Forecourt on Friday morning. The work is the result of a seven-week knitting project for which a visual artist worked with a knitting group…

Ashfield Council Australia Day Awards close soon

10:37 am | Nominations for Ashfield Council’s 2015 Australia Day Awards for the Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Young Artist/Sportsperson of the Year close on Friday 21 November, 2014. Local residents are encouraged to…

Man charged after allegedly assaulting teenager on train between Homebush and Strathfield

10:08 am | Police have arrested and charged a man after he allegedly assaulted a teenager on a train between Homebush and Strathfield earlier this week. The teenager boarded the train at Homebush about 3pm on Wednesday, and sat…

End of an era

End of an era 1:35 pm | Clarrie Edwards made the journey from the Blue Mountains recently to attend the last meeting of the Strathfield District Historical Society which he, as mayor of Strathfield, helped to form in 1978 with 143 foundation members.…

Rhodes party for 10 years

10:37 am | Rhodes Waterside will hold a 10-year birthday bash with plenty of food, fun and free entertainment for kids on Saturday, December 6. There will be free cake, balloons and face painting, cupcake decorating workshops, and a chance…

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Secure the home for the holiday season

Secure the home for the holiday season

12:49 pm | The January holiday period is a prime time for home break and enter offences, so…

Education

Little singers can win big

Little singers can win big

12:29 pm | Australia’s youngsters are being called on to sing the Australian national anthem for the Little…

Mayase’s privilege

Lifestyle & Food

British mystery author in Burwood

British mystery author in Burwood

9:29 am | Readers of the popular Morland Dynasty and Bill Slider Mysteries will have the opportunity to…

A beautiful career

Sports

Rosebank student to unleash havoc in Fiji rugby tour

Rosebank student to unleash havoc in Fiji rugby tour

10:31 am | Rosebank College’s Brenton Holland is hoping to cause havoc later this month as part of…

Cricketers united for ANZAC

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