Libraries ease restrictions

Libraries ease restrictions

​From yesterday Canterbury-Bankstown Libraries extended its opening hours and made browsing of collections available at all nine branches for the first time since the coronavirus.
City of Canterbury Bankstown
13 Jul 2020
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Grants provide additional support through crisis

Grants provide additional support through crisis

A community organisation which helps disadvantaged children and mothers is one of 55 local community groups set to benefit from the City of Canterbury Bankstown’s grants funding program.
City of Canterbury Bankstown
12 Jul 2020
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Party time as Ramadan Nights wins top award

Party time as Ramadan Nights wins top award

​Tantalising delights and more than 250,000 visitors was enough to convince judges Ramadan Nights stood out from the rest.City of Canterbury Bankstown took out the LGNSW Local Economic Contribution Aw…
City of Canterbury Bankstown
9 Jul 2020
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Dump the dumpers behind bars

Dump the dumpers behind bars

​Absolutely fed up with illegal dumpers, Mayor Khal Asfour has asked Council to explore all legal avenues to see offenders locked up.Channel Nine’s A Current Affair aired a RID Squad investigation int…
City of Canterbury Bankstown
2 Jul 2020
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New rain garden - a leap towards cleaner waterways

New rain garden - a leap towards cleaner waterways

A new rain garden which will rejuvenate our waterways is just another piece in the puzzle of Canterbury Bankstown’s plan to protect our ecosystem.The recently completed rain garden in Foord Ave at Hur…
City of Canterbury Bankstown
2 Jul 2020
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CBCity forgotten in fight against domestic violence

CBCity forgotten in fight against domestic violence

Canterbury-Bankstown Mayor Khal Asfour is calling on the NSW Attorney General to stop.
City of Canterbury Bankstown
28 Jun 2020
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Customer service with a difference

Customer service with a difference

​CBCity is back and ready to do business face to face but there’ll be a difference.The Council will reopen the doors of its Bankstown and Camps​ie Customer Service Centres from Monday June 29 to the p…
City of Canterbury Bankstown
28 Jun 2020
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Call out domestic violence

Call out domestic violence

CBCity Mayor Khal Asfour has called on the NSW Government for more funding to support community organistions dealing with alarming levels of domestic violence.
City of Canterbury Bankstown
15 Jun 2020
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Have Your Say or say G’day to Mayor Asfour

Have Your Say or say G’day to Mayor Asfour

​After months of isolation City of Canterbury Bankstown Mayor Khal Asfour is getting out of his office and hitting the road to reconnect with the community.And what better way to reconnect with locals…
City of Canterbury Bankstown
11 Jun 2020
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