For just $5,000, Council could paint a pedestrian crossing outside St Martha’s Primary School on Churchill Avenue.
Who will be the face of the oasis of the West? That will be decided by seven councillors.
Cr Gulian Vaccari beats fund raising target - but is still looking for donations!
One of Australia's hottest musical acts will be joining this year's lineup at the 2015 Strathfield Spring Festival.
Warring gangs believed to have been behind the attack.
Six police cars, six fire trucks and the hazmat unit were called to the office of Reid MP Craig Laundy after staff found a 'suspicious substance' in an envelope.
It has been 24 years since the Strathfield Massacre where Wade Frankum killed six people.
Shock story says Local Government Minister was told by Cabinet to make formal sunbmission on forced merger plan.
Politicians, RSL officials and students remember ours war dead at moving tribute to the ANZACS
Residents and community groups give evidence at Parliamentary Inquiry into Fit for the Future.
Well ordered debate hears arguments from both sides, but councillors declare they must listen to residents who told pollsters they did not want the statue on the town square.
Strathfield MP calls for transparency around Strathfield police shop front and a redistribution of police resources.
Money promised for St Martha's crossing will not be delivered.
Save Our Councils tell residents to petition against amalgamation by sending emails and letters to the Premier.
Kumar Mahadevan may now have two “hatted” restaurants, but family still comes first for the renowned chef who put Indian cuisine on the Sydney map with his Strathfield restaurant, Abhi’s.
Santa Sabina College students aims for Commonwealth and Olympic Games.
Residents warned that Bankstown Council has made a grab for Strathfield
Resident urged to protest outside Parliament House against amalgamation.
Community rallies has forced RMS to take down fencing endangering the lives of Homebush West residents.
Resident lucky to escape - even his cat got out from the house blaze. Now fire services have warned about the cold snap.
The countdown is on and in 100 days, Strathfield will learn whether its 130-year-old history, diminishes.
A 101-year-old Strathfield resident has sold her home for almost 80 times the original price.
There is an Upper House Parliamentary Inquiry into the Baird Government’s Fit for the Future process.
Councillors have accused the Mayor of pushing political agenda after letters left unsigned.
Residents urged to send daily emails to the premier against mergers
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