Latest Eglinton News

Western NSW students awarded life-changing Public Education scholarships
Date announced for first train services on METRONET Yanchep rail extension
Capital City Growth Highest On Record: Australia
26-year-old Bat Could Be New Zealand’s Oldest
Venues given green light to open later for Bathurst SuperFest
First test train on track at Yanchep
Multi-million dollar Piara Waters Senior High School officially opened
Construction starts on new school in Eglinton
Predator control brings kākā sex parity
Investigation under way into Dunedin fire
Bumper October delivers trading hours bonanza for fans and pubs and clubs
Genomic selection offers sweet success for cane farmers
Murchison Mountains short-tailed bats holding steady
Mitchell Freeway extension to Alkimos now complete
First track laid FOR METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension
New report confirms mixed bag for bats
Capital cities approach pre-pandemic population growth
Unlicensed real estate property manager fined $18,000
More extended trading for NSW venues
Joondalup Line celebrates 30 years of train services
New public primary schools for Eglinton and Brabham in 2025
Gas Outage Update: Oberon, Lithgow, Wallerawang, and Bathurst
Stage 2 works begin at Alkimos College
Murder charge laid over Eglinton Road death
Potential for up to 76,000 new homes with resolution of Planning Investigation Areas
Eglinton Road homicide investigation to feature on Ten 7 Aotearoa
UPDATE: Homicide investigation, Eglinton Road, Dunedin
Homicide investigation, Eglinton Road
Extra cheers for green and gold
UPDATE: investigation into man’s death, Eglinton Road, Dunedin
UPDATE: Unexplained death Dunedin
UPDATE: NZ police investigating death in Dunedin
NZ police investigating death in Dunedin
Boost for after hours care sites in NSW public schools
Native bird comeback welcome surprise
Significant McGowan Government public transport commitment delivered
University of Toronto’s Frederick Banting helped pioneer aviation medicine during Second World War
Researchers produce stunning images
University of Toronto report highlights need for better walking and cycling network in Scarborough
TAFE graduates straight on job on major METRONET projects
Native bats thrive after predator control
Contract awarded to deliver fast-tracked Mitchell Freeway Extension
New artwork fosters reconciliation at Allara estate, Eglinton
Alkimos traffic stop
New Zealand’s largest ever predator control programme a success
Work starts on METRONET Yanchep rail extension unlocking thousands of local jobs
Joint statement – Work starts on METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension unlocking thousands of local jobs