It’s alleged that two men, aged 38 and 39, and known to each other, were involved in a verbal dispute at a bus terminal at Memorial Drive, Granville, about 9.30pm before the older man struck the younger man in the back of the head with the scissors.
The injured man was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital for treatment.
The older man was charged with reckless wounding.
Showground back with bang
PREPARING for a strong end to the year, Sydney Showground is preparing to resume operations and deliver events this side of Christmas following the release of the NSW Government’s ‘roadmap to recovery’.
Oz Comic-Con Homegrown, on offer from December 4 to 5, will follow the Health, Wellness and Fitness Expo 2021, Sydney’s Annual Wedding Expo 2021 and Disability Expo 2021 as well as the return of Sydney Thunder and the Big Bash League.
Showground GM Darryl Jeffrey says: “Plus the first half of 2022 is almost completely booked, so the future looks bright.”
Get artwork in for win chance
CREATIVE children have until this Sunday, October 17, to get their ‘Child Safe’ signage artwork submitted and be in the running to win some great prizes.
Launched in Child Protection Week last month, this year’s theme is ‘Every Child, In Every Community, Needs a Fair Go’ and winning artworks will be featured in signage for display across Cumberland city.
If you’re aged up to 18 and live in or attend school in Cumberland, you’re invited to enter a drawing, painting, photograph or original graphic design.
Details: cumberland.nsw.gov.au, 8757 9504 or victoria.Franji@cumberland.nsw.gov.au. Winners will be notified by November 9.