Kids sitting outdoors eating apples and drinking water

Cancer Council NSW is recruiting volunteer program facilitators for the Eat It To Beat It program in Greater Western Sydney. This is an exciting opportunity for local leaders as well as parents who would like to get involved in the local community to help deliver healthy eating sessions at schools in the area.

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Ted Noffs Foundation provides counselling services to young people aged 12 to 25 years old in the Western Sydney Area, focussing on drug and alcohol concerns. The service operates out of the Street University site in Mount Druitt and it also has the capacity for outreach, visiting young people either at other services, at their home or another suitable space.

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City of Parramatta Art Society Inc
Mosaic: LGBTIQ Artists of Western Sydney
22 February–9 March 2018
City of Parramatta Art Society Gallery, 6 Hunter St, Parramatta

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Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
Girl's Talk Women's Work
8 March 2018, 10.00am–2.30pm
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, 1 Powerhouse Rd, Casula

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Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
Art Meets West
22 April 2018, 10.00am–3.00pm
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, 1 Powerhouse Rd, Casula

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Are you interested in becoming a member of the Western Sydney Arts, Screen and Culture Roundtable? Expressions of interest are now being sought for new members. The Roundtable is looking for emerging and established practitioners and workers

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Nominations for the 2018 Western Sydney Outstanding Women Awards are now open. The awards are designed to showcase and encourage women from the Inner West, Greater West, South West & North West to realise their potential and be recognised for their persistence and hard work.

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Since the launch of Shaping Future Cities in 2015, Deloitte has worked with business and government to progress the blueprint for the economic transformation of Western Sydney to create 200,000 great new jobs by 2020. These strategies have been progressed with the support of the Shaping Future Cities Steering Committee and Champions.

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Figures released by the Energy and Water Ombudsman show the number of complaints to the energy watchdog from consumers in the Hawkesbury, Wollondilly, Blue Mountains and Central Coast areas had increased by six per cent in 2016/17. Although the NSW Ombudsman annual report recorded a fall in complaints from residents in Blacktown, Macarthur, Fairfield,