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Tally board from the National Tally Room committed to history

The tally board from the National Tally Room, a significant symbol of Australian democracy, has officially…

Shock over cash for No Land Tax “volunteers”

UPDATE: Burwood Scene has just learned that volunteers from the No Land Tax Party have left…

Rail holding NSW parties to account

With the NSW election two days away, the Australasian Railway Association (ARA) is holding the political…

Where to vote in the Drummoyne Electorate

Registered voters in the Drummoyne Electorate can vote at the following polling stations for the NSW…

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Rotary shining a light on community business

9:33 am | The fourth Burwood Rotary Business Community Awards Night was celebrated in late February at Club Burwood RSL to recognise local business owners who support community groups and charitable organisations. “These businesses are excellent examples of local…

Free Wi-Fi in new chill out zone

Free Wi-Fi in new chill out zone 9:24 am | There’s no need to hang around on the train station platform or stand up waiting for the bus after the opening of Railway Square in the heart of Burwood CBD on the corner of Burwood Road…

Autumn flower and vegie show

10:39 am | The Concord Garden Club Autumn Flower, Vegetable and Floral Art Show is on Saturday, March 21 from 10.30am until 4pm and Sunday, March 22 from 9am until 3pm. The club is also hosting the Rose Society…

Family fun day for Club Concord

Family fun day for Club Concord 9:29 pm | The whole family can come along, kick off their shoes and relax at this month’s Club Concord Family Day. “Over 100 people are turning out to enjoy what Club Concord has to offer on our Family…

Authors at Ashfield

9:29 am | Come along for Nigel Bartlett in conversation with P.M. Newton about his new crime novel King of the Road. When David Kingsgrove’s 11- year-old nephew goes missing and he finds the finger pointed at him, he…

Program helps migrants find work

2:13 pm | Not-for-profit welfare support group Metro Assist has been awarded $450,000 over three years under employment support program, SkillME. SkillME has been designed as a pilot program and will assist migrants with skills and qualifications to find…

SES funding boost

9:26 am | Burwood and Strathfield State Emergency Service units will receive $6,000 each in NSW Government assistance grants to help offset the cost of replacing equipment. Strathfield MP Charles Casuscelli said he had been approached by Burwood SES…

Flood study for Strathfield and Burwood

12:13 pm | $196,100 has been provided to Strathfield and Burwood Councils from the NSW Floodplain Management Program and the Floodplain Risk Management Grant Scheme to undertake major flood studies. “Strathfield Municipal Council has received $42,767 for the Powells…

Tally board from the National Tally Room committed to history

12:49 pm | The tally board from the National Tally Room, a significant symbol of Australian democracy, has officially been retired and is set to become part of history at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.…

News

Scouts bring the sizzle to voters

Scouts bring the sizzle to voters

10:53 am | Busy voting at Enfield Scout Hall has brought out the die-hard, the apathetic – and…

Education

Free dental check program launched

Free dental check program launched

9:20 am | Students at Homebush West and Auburn West Public Schools will receive free dental screening and…

Lifestyle & Food

Global Orchestra plays for the planet

Global Orchestra plays for the planet

10:27 pm | On the count down to Earth Hour on Saturday, March 28, a live stream of…

Leading by example

Sports

A Shaky Germany, trial and error against the Socceroos

A Shaky Germany, trial and error against the Socceroos

9:14 pm | For German Manager Joachim Loew it was all about trial and error and it is…

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