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May 20, 2018 by admin

Coal seam gas meeting
Nanjing Night Net

The Southern Highlands Coal Action Group’s Peter Martin will be the guest speaker at the Stop CSG Sydney Water Catchment’s meeting on Tuesday. He will talk about his recent “frack-finding tour” in the US with Greens senator Jeremy Buckingham. The meeting will be held at Oakdale Workers Club at 7pm. Details: Nadene Seisun 0423 821 650.

Break-in at school

A Tahmoor man, 22, has been charged with breaking into a Tahmoor school. Police said the man allegedly broke into the school about 12.10am on Thursday and stole a small amount of items. Police allegedly found the man asleep on the classroom floor. He was charged with breaking and entering and possessing house-breaking tools and will appear in Campbelltown Local Court tomorrow.

Koala near airport site

Another koala found near the site of the proposed Wilton airport could be further evidence that the area is used as a breeding spot by the furry locals. In May, University of Western Sydney koala expert Robert Close said he believed there was a big koala population in the Wilton area which could be harmed by the planned airport. The male koala found last week was the second koala killed east of Wilton on Picton Road in the past two months.

Planning panel members

Wollondilly mayor Col Mitchell and general manager Les McMahon were appointed representatives to the Joint Regional Planning Panel at last week’s Wollondilly Council meeting. The panel was set up in 2009 to determine regionally significant development applications. Mr McMahon was elected because of his expertise in engineering.

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