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POLICE have dismantled an organised criminal syndicate and seized more than $250,000 following an investigation into identity theft.
A RETIRED Georges Hall man, who hasn't lodged a tax return in more than five years, had good reason to query why he had been asked to provide personal details to the Australian Tax Office.
POLICE are investigating reports of another instance of metal rods being found in fruit, this time from a Condell Park grocery store.
PARENTS of students at Campsie Public School are celebrating after plans to develop a South Parade public car park into high density residential apartments, were scrapped.
FAMILIES with young children gathered at Chester Hill to celebrate the seventh annual Bankstown Community Reading Day.
TENSIONS over the South West Metro rail project have escalated with Canterbury Bankstown Council withdrawing from negotiations with Transport for NSW to lease the old Canterbury Bowling Club site for a construction compound.