OPERATORS of personal watercraft such as jetskis are advised to be on their best behaviour with the start of a statewide safety campaign this weekend.
SWIMMING is the perfect way to to keep cool and stay active, says Australia Afghan Hassanian Youth Association (AAHYA) president Sayeed Karimi, however he added that water could also be dangerous.
A 60-YEAR-OLD man has been charged after he allegedly used a meat cleaver and hammer to smash several poker machines at a licensed premises in Lidcombe on Sunday morning.
A RESIDENT of Mary Street in Granville for more than seven years, Ruby Kumar says the council should put up cameras to catch people illegally dumping hard waste in front of other people's homes.
HOW hard waste pickups should be managed sparked plenty of debate among councillors at Cumberland Council's final meeting for 2018.
RECOGNISED for valuing diversity, the Guildford West Children's Centre and Guildford West OOSH (Out Of School Hours) were recently awarded an 'Our Service Values Inclusion' sticker by the NSW/ACT Inclusion Agency.
A RETIRED nurse consultant, Judith Lababedi is one of 45 volunteer Consumer Representatives (CR) working across the Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) which includes Auburn and Westmead hospitals.
IF your new year's resolution involved a pledge to do something meaningful and rewarding for 2018, then volunteering might be for you.
CUMBERLAND Council's internal ombudsman has made four recommendations following an investigation into an incident involving casual staff employed during September's local government elections elections.
WHILE some schools are undergoing much needed maintenance and refurbishment, Granville Boys High School is one of 42 around the state opening its gates and playgrounds to the public in a trial over the summer break.