School's come long
way in 125 ...
Candlelight walk for hope...
Don't be afraid
to be the firs...
How to have wish come true...
Tasty way to get job ready...
Carrot dangling to force amalg...
Dress up for
'Asylum Sneakers' kicks goal...
A MAN has appeared in Sydney Local Court today charged with planning a terrorist act after more than 800 officers from the AFP and NSW Police Force searched 25 properties across Sydney earlier in the day.
LED by a drum line of students from Granville Boys High School, more than 300 people took part in a candlelight walk through the Auburn CBD to raise awareness about suicide prevention and mental health issues.
AUSTRALIA has raised its terrorism alert level, with Prime Minister Tony Abbott warning of possible attacks.
SMASHING a large tree trunk onto a car at Newington, the NSW State Emergency Service (SES) launched Storm Safe Week (September 1-8) with a bang.
GRANVILLE'S upgraded bus interchange and new commuter car park near Granville Train Station, were opened last week.
TWENTY young people will finish up the Swimming with Young Migrants program, known as Swymsmart, at the Granville Swimming Centre this week.
THE first official account of the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) was released last week by the International Civil Aviation Organisation's.
MEMBERS of the Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP) will determine the outcome of two Development Applications (DA) in a meeting at the Auburn City Council Chambers at 12pm on Friday, September 19.
AUBURN Council will recieve $3.
A GROUND-BREAKING ceremony was held at the site of the new Berala Community Centre last week as work gets underway on the long-awaited facility for Berala residents.
MORE than 500 students, parents and community members joined celebrations for Granville South Public School's 125th anniversary last week.
A COOKBOOK of Afghan recipes contributed by staff and members of the Australian Afghan Hassanian Youth Association (AAHYA), will be launched at the Auburn Centre for Community next week.
OPEN to both men and women, the Regents Park Combined Probus Club (RPCPC) offers retirees a chance to hear from guest speakers, take day trips, see stage shows and movies and go on holidays.
APPRENTICE plumbers have a new training centre in Auburn after the new Master Plumbers College of Excellence facility was officially opened by Federal Minister for Industry, Ian Macfarlane, last week.
LIDCOMBE'S Andrews Meat Industries has proved itself a cut above the rest at the Sydney Royal Spring Fine Food Show – Branded Beef Competition, winning a string of trophies including Grand Champion Grain Fed Beef.
SHAPING up to be bigger and better than ever, there will be plenty of entertainment on offer at this year's Auburn Festival in Wyatt Park on Saturday.
FEDERAL MP for Reid, Craig Laundy, is encouraging young people aged from 18 to 30, to apply for the crew ballot for the Sail Training Ship (STC) Young Endeavour for its 2015 World Voyage.
A PLAN to transform a littered and overgrown plot of land on the corner of Parramatta Road and Nyrang Street in Lidcombe, has been 'adopted' by staff from the Tooheys Brewery Lidcombe.
LED by a drum line of students from Granville Boys High School more than 300 people took part an a candlelight walk through the Auburn CBD to raise awareness about suicide prevention and mental health issues.
AUSTRALIA has raised its terrorism alert level, as Prime Minister Tony Abbott today warns of possible attacks from Islamic extremists.
THE chemical clean out organised in partnership with Auburn Council and the Environmental Protection Agency earlier this month has collected hazardous materials from an estimated 480 residents.
A MAN has been injured during a violent robbery at Lidcombe in the early hours of Wednesday (June 25).
FOUR students and a teacher from Delany College in Granville, will represent NSW at the centennial ANZAC Day Dawn Service commemorations at Gallipoli in April next year.