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A LAKEMBA money transfer business has been suspended from trading after concerns were raised over possible risks to terrorism financing.
A PUBLIC execution of a random person was designed to shock the community, a Sydney court heard last Friday, as Muslim leaders call for calm in the wake of last week's counter-terrorism raids.
IT'S a garage sale from the boot of your car .
POLICE swooped on the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) nuclear reactor at Lucas Heights on Monday afternoon after reports of suspicious behaviour.
FORMED in 1957, members of the Padstow Red Cross Club are among the thousands of Red Cross Australia volunteers around Australia celebrating the organisation's 100th year of helping people in Australia.
SEVEN young people undertaking an Introduction to Construction certificate with Bankstown TAFE, will be able to continue their studies after Bankstown City Council stepped in with funding.
BUSINESSES with employee volunteering programs are being encouraged to nominate staff for The Centre for Volunteering's Corporate Volunteer of the Year Awards.
AT an award ceremony at St John Mark's Church Hall, a group of volunteers were recognised last Friday for their work at the Chester Hill Neighbourhood Centre.
A GALA day of lawn bowls has raised more than $7,500 for the ongoing fight against the scourge of child abuse – boosted by a $500 donation from Bankstown City Council.
A CENTRO Roselands shopper is set to live the life in retirement after scratching the first of multiple top prizes on the new Instant Scratch-Its Live the Life Gold ticket.
THE Bankstown Airport 2014 Preliminary Draft Master Plan (PDMP) is off to the Federal Government for consideration.
EVERYTHING comes in twos for Kingsgrove-based producer German Butchery who in their second year of exhibiting, followed up their two championship wins in 2013, with another two in 2014 at the Sydney Royal Spring Fine Food Show – Deli Meat Competition.
NSW Fire and Rescue evacuated 10 people from three houses on Lee Avenue, Beverly Hills, on Monday after a gas leak.
'AHOY', 'Avast' and the occasional 'Arrr' greeted customers at Tradelink Padstow as staff got in touch with their 'inner pirate' last week.
A GREENACRE man has been charged over the deaths of three people following a fire and explosion at Rozelle earlier this month.
THE RSPCA is warning the public of the dangers of feeding livestock animals inappropriate food, after a spike in the number of sheep and lambs that have been seen eating bread, with at least five cases being reported in the last month.
PEOPLE with a backyard and a passion for quirky pets, are being invited to visit the RSPCA Sydney Shelter at Yagoona to meet their baby goats.
ANIMAL lovers are being asked to leave their mark on the refurbished RSPCA Yagoona Shelter by buying a paver to engrave with a message of love and hope, and help complete the build.
A HIGH visibility policing operation is underway following the counter-terrorism operation across Sydney last Thursday.
THE Bankstown Central's Spring Summer fashion parades are proving a big hit with capacity audiences again this year.
A PUNCHBOWL man has been charged over three public place shootings in April this year.
PLANS for a new $18 million Masters Home Improvement Centre along Fairford Road, Padstow, has been approved pending a number of conditions are met.
BUSINESSES looking to save on energy and costs will have an opportunity to learn the latest techniques at Bankstown Energy Efficiency and Lighting Expo next month.