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Story appeared in the Canterbury Express  | August 23rd, 2016 Calls for merged council voting to be this year WITHOUT
More than 200 local resident including state politicians and former councillors, expressed their great concerns and sent strong messages to
WITH the theme this year of 'Building a Culture of Mutual Respect', more than 150 religious, political and community leaders
WILEY Park Girls' High School's deputy principal Debbie Agapitos and teacher Marie Mourad have been recognised and presented with Harmony
With 150 people from varying creeds and cultures, the Interfaith Dinner sent powerful message to the community – we are
Two local school teachers have been recognised and presented with Harmony Day awards by the Harmony Day ambassador and Federal
BUILDING A CULTURE OF MUTUAL RESPECT More than 150 Religious , Political and community leaders attended the Canterbury Bankstown Harmony
FAMILIES and friends have joined dignitaries and guests at the Orion Centre, Campsie, for a day of cultural diversity to
THE Emerging Communities Resource Centre (ECRC) at Lakemba Library, will celebrate its fourth anniversary next week. The Canterbury Multicultural Advisory
THE Emerging Communities Resource Centre (ECRC) in Lakemba will celebrate its fourth anniversary next week Over the past four years,
CANTERBURY Councillor Karl Saleh has been elected for the third time as the Deputy Mayor of the City of Canterbury.
CANTERBURY Councillor Karl Saleh was elected for the third time as the Deputy Mayor of the City of Canterbury. Honoured
CANTERBURY general manager Jim Montague will be asked to resign at an extraordinary meeting of council on January 27, after
CELEBRATING their hard work over the year and launching their official event calendar for 2015, the Canterbury Harmony Group hosted
ANKSTOWN Mayor Khal Asfour has his political ambitions in reach after State Labor MP for Lakemba, Robert Furolo's decision not