Camden ready to light the way

Camden ready to light the way

Argyle and John Streets are set to be transformed for the 17th annual ‘Light Up Camden’ event. The Camden Chamber of Commerce, Tourism and Industry (CCCTI) says the Saturday, 18 November, event will be family-focused and a boost for business. “We have booked in 48...
The Shang tracks toward early success

The Shang tracks toward early success

This year’s annual Fisher’s Gig pre-selection heats have showcased some of the finest up-and-coming home-grown talents within the Macarthur region. Among the young artists is aspiring local Camden alternative rock band, The Shang. Referring to themselves as a quintet,...
Camden residents prepare for fun, safe Halloween

Camden residents prepare for fun, safe Halloween

Children across Camden are preparing to put on their scariest costumes for Halloween. The NSW State Police has reminded would-be trick-or-treaters to have fun but remember to stay safe during this year’s festivities. Chief Superintendent Brad Shephard released...
Camden trekkers prepare to take on hardest challenge

Camden trekkers prepare to take on hardest challenge

Two local women will set out to complete the 100km Oxfam Trailwalker this weekend in an effort to help end poverty. Amy Oram and Kyrie Odell will walk through the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park with two Wollongong women, Amanda McDonald and Tammy Nottingham, to raise...