THE girls at Banksia Road Public School have showcased their skills - and learnt a few more - at a football clinic organised by Bankstown District Amateur Football Association and Sydney FC.
SING Australia Ashbury threw open its doors for an Open Night, with members bringing along friends and three Canterbury Ward Councillors Linda Eisler, Philip Madirazza and Clare Raffan who joined in the fun and stayed for supper.
THEY may be a dab hand at changing your battery, but now thanks to a commitment to Guide Dogs Australia along with a Chinese celebration, Bankstown's Andrew Raymond and Tempe's Greg Georgarosare have turned their hand to paint.
THE NSW Police Force's Strike Force Raptor joined their interstate colleagues for a National Day of Action targeting the Comanchero OMCG.
IT seemed appropriate that Jim and Jane Borowy were married in an old army barracks.
THE factional in-fighting within the Bulldogs has come to a head, with the football club expected to remain in control of the Canterbury League Club.
THE Bulldogs are expected to remain in control of their crucial income earner, Canterbury League Club, when the outcome of the weekend's board of directors election is announced tonight at the club's annual general meeting.
POLICE believe a drive-by shooting at Greenacre on Wednesday night, was a targeted attack.
MEETING while taking cooking classes at their Padstow neighbourhood centre, Lorraine Wright and Bernadette Young instantly hit it off, and have become good mates.
ACCESS to after hours general practitioner (GP) care has been boosted with new services opening in Revesby last week.