Faith into action is the difference between sending thoughts and prayers, in contrast, to underpinning how and why we are giving a hand up to those in need.
Cumberland Council should continue to advocate for return of express trains for Granville, Auburn, Lidcombe inspite of Sydney Metro West
Proposed development at 1 Crescent Street, Holroyd is unsuitable for its location and the planning process ought to better consider transport/traffic impacts on the community.
For Easter, Lent is followed by Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday which all should be distinctively playing a role in practical celebrations
Committees can be one starting point in having more positive conversations and understanding of the multicultural community that we are in
It is important to have the steps in place for everyone to develop a strong sense of belonging and then to flourish in it
The lack of a Traffic & Transport Study suggests Council is not putting community interests first when considering changes to the John Street Carpark.
Cumberland is a great place to live and for our community to succeed, the next generation must continue to be empowered.
I call on Council to embrace its commitment to multiculturalism by using an ‘Asset Based Community Development’ approach towards empowering Cumberland residents as culturally and linguistically diverse as we are to come together.
Council is urged to look holistically at Pippita with the rebuilding of the railway station for a CityExpress service with a Park n Ride as well as an active transport corridor.
Westmead, Cumberland LGA and Western Sydney deserves better than a half baked soon to be privatised transport project called Metro that benefits property developers over local residents and the everyday commuter.