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A problem intersection in the heart of the Liverpool CBD will soon receive a $325,000 upgrade.
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.
Record crowds attended local ANZAC Day dawn services in Liverpool, Smithfield & Fairfield marking the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.
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.
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.
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.
Liverpool council has cancelled this weekend’s mobile mayoral office in Moorebank.
The final bid to stop the council from outsourcing some of its management services was not successful. Councillors Ali Karnib, Geoff Shelton, Anne Stanley and Wendy Waller opposed the proposal but lost.
After a three year battle, Liverpool City Council has won a landmark victory by putting a stop to an illegal development in Warwick Farm.