Thursday, October 22, 2020

LOCAL NEWS

Get into the Halloween spirit in Erskine Park

While trick or treating seems unlikely this year, an Erskine Park family has created a way to safely get into the Halloween spirit this spooky season.

Family split apart by COVID-19 finally reunited

Painful seven month separation ends as local doctor’s wife and child arrive home.

Further restrictions to be eased in NSW

Gatherings in outdoor public spaces and group bookings at restaurants will be increased to 30 people under a relaxation of COVID-19 rules.

Man hospitalised; mystery over injuries

Police are appealing for public assistance after a man was found injured in St Marys this morning.

Help available for businesses during Small Business Month

Cranebrook businesswoman Jane Tweedy is helping other local business owners during NSW Small Business Month.

Major Oak Theatre Restaurant announces shock closure

The Major Oak Theatre Restaurant will close its doors at the end of December after 40 years in St Marys.

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