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  • Smoke-free Outdoor Dining On Its Way

    NSW Health is reminding the community that from 6 July 2015, all commercial outdoor dining areas in NSW, including hotels, clubs, restaurants and cafes will be smoke-free, under the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000.

  • Liverpool Listens: Have Your Say About A Signage Strategy For Historic Liverpool Cemetery
    Image source: Liverpool Champion

    Feedback sought on new signage strategy for historic Liverpool cemetery.

  • A Big Congratulations To Our Very Own Lilly Lyons!
    Youth Safety Award Winner; Lilly Lyons

    CONGRATULATIONS to our very own Lilly Lyons for winning the Youth Safety Award category at the National Youth Awards ceremony held at Brisbane!

  • Heart Week 3-9 May 2015
    Heart Week 2015 logo

    The Heart Foundation’s annual memorial service is being held on Sunday 3 May at St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney’s CBD.

  • Fairfield Says No To Amalgamation

    FAIRFIELD residents have spoken — they do not want to amalgamate with Liverpool Council.

  • Bling It On 4 Charity
    #bling it on

    The Lions Club of Wattle Grove Inc. est.2014 Proudly Presents ‘Bling it On 4 Charity’

  • Who Listens To Community Radio?

    Each week 1 in 4 people listen to Community Radio – that more than 5 million across Australia.

  • Nepal earthquake: Emergency Appeal
    A Buddha statue is surrounded by debris from a collapsed temple in the UNESCO world heritage site of Bhaktapur on April 26, 2015 in Bhaktapur, Nepal. Photograph: Omar Havana/Getty Images

    Following the 7.8 magnitude Nepal earthquake that has left hundreds dead and thousands injured and in need of critical relief, ActionAid Nepal Country Director, Bimal Phnuyal.

  • Finally: New Traffics Lights At Speed St.
    Holsworthy MP Melanie Gibbons and Liverpool mayor Ned Mannoun. Picture: Jeff de Pasquale

    A problem intersection in the heart of the Liverpool CBD will soon receive a $325,000 upgrade.

  • Triumphant End Of The Variety Cycle 2015

    The 15 day (with a range of one to eight day options), 2,167 kilometre cycling adventure from Sydney to Hobart from February 28th – March 14th saw cyclists pedal for Aussie kids in need.

  • Anzac Day 2015
    ANZAC Day 2015

    Record crowds attended local ANZAC Day dawn services in Liverpool, Smithfield & Fairfield marking the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.

  • “We Will Remember Them”
    Thomas Charles Jago

    To mark the centenary, Fairfield City Libraries assembled an exhibit of photographs and biographical information about the lives of service men and women from the Fairfield region.

  • 2015 Bring It On! Festival A Huge Hit!
    OB 5

    This year marks the 14th anniversary of the Bring It On! Festival. There were plenty of ride, activities, entertainment and food stalls for the whole family. Mayor Frank Carbone said the festival is an event that is very close to the community’s hearts.

  • ANZAC Soldiers Honoured With Special Visual Projection Event

    Portraits of Our Liverpool Boys – WWI soldiers who were born and bred in Liverpool are now projected onto a central building in Liverpool. Come to Liverpool Train Station to see these projections.

  • ANZAC Day 2015

    2GLF is going to be broadcasting live from Bigge Park the Dawn service as well then later in the day Liverpool Council has arranged events during the day at Bigge Park.