Columnist Jeff McGill hasn't missed a 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer event at Campbelltown stadium since its inception 11 years years ago. He loves seeing locals work together to improve cancer care services available in Macarthur.
Cam Findlay The recent deaths of two Australians - one a grieving Indigenous family member, the other a young Sydney musician - proves why we need Mental Health Week from two sides of the spectrum.
Elizabeth Knight Before we all get too excited about an emerging commodities boom Mark 2 - be aware that the smart money is already calling it over.
Dr Shirleene Robinson Now the plebiscite is dead, one marriage equality advocate has urged politicians to seize the moment.
Linda Pearce OPNINION: Among the bad decisions Nick Kyrgios made the last was to be belligerent about the effort he had just not made.
Old photographs of the Macarthur district stir up feelings of nostalgia in many readers including our columnist Jeff McGill
Andrew P Street Wearing flags on clothing rarely ends with everyone agreeing about what a great idea it turned out to be.
Leadership is a tough gig. Columnist Jeff McGill shares his view on the strengths and abilities of the three mayors who'll lead the Macarthur district into the future.
Jessica Seaborn "Because being in your 20s does not automatically render you exempt from every medical condition."
Jeff McGill Columnist Jeff McGill urges all locals to register a team and get involved in the 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer Macarthur.
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