News in brief

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Small Biz Bus to roll up
Nanjing Night Net

Local small business owners once again can access personalised advice from business experts when the Small Biz Bus visits Camden on Monday. The bus will visit 39 John Street, Camden, (near Epicure Store) from 9am to 3pm. Details: South West Sydney BEC on 1300 134 359 or visit 梧桐夜网smallbusiness.nsw.gov419论坛/hop-on-the-small-biz-bus.

‘Prost’ aids charity

It will be beer and German food at a fundraiser for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia on Friday. The latest event for Camden’s Brett Gilleland’s Prost for Prostate fundraiser is a Soul Brews beer-tasting afternoon at Macarthur Grange Brewery at Smeaton Grange from 4pm to 9pm. All proceeds from the sale of $5 schooners will go to the charity.

High-rise plan to court

Residents opposed to a high-rise development at Mount Annan are expected to attend a new Land and Environment Court hearing in October. The three-day hearing from October 7 will hear arguments against new plans that were lodged for the Main Street site. The developer, Mount Annan 88 Pty Ltd, reduced the height of the 246 unit residential development from four storeys to three. The changes were described as “token” by residents who vowed to continue fighting the development. A conciliation hearing was held in April but Camden Council and the developer failed to reach an agreement. The court process began when the developer appealed to the court against the council’s “deemed refusal” of its development application, after no decision was made after 60 days of it being lodged.

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