07 September 2018 Kevin Elgood | News | Community  

Transport for NSW is upgrading electrical infrastructure in and around Homebush Station. This upgrade is part of the Power Supply Upgrade Program, which is designed to meet expected power requirements for Sydney’s future rail network and new fleet of air conditioned trains.

Temporary road closure Bridge Road – 12 Sept to 14 Sept, 2018

From 10am Wednesday 12 September to 3pm Friday 14 September Bridge Road will be closed to traffic between Loftus Crescent and The Crescent, Homebush. This closure is necessary to trench across the road and install underground power cables. 

Traffic delays may be experienced on Loftus Crescent, The Crescent and adjacent streets.

Local traffic that usually cross Bridge Road will be detoured via Subway Lane. Please click on the image and see map on page 3 for more information.

Oversized and high vehicles will need to follow the detour routes via Parramatta Road, Centenary Drive, Arthur Street, Hume Highway and Burwood Road.

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07 September 2018 Matina Shadwick | News | Year 12  

The HSC can be a stressful time for student and carers alike.

This workshop focuses on what you, as a parent or carer, can do to support your teenager through the HSC.

The session will be presented by parenting workers from ReachOut.com, to help you learn how to connect with your teen and assist them through the final year of school. 

What: HSC Workshop for parents and carers

When: Tuesday 11th September, 2018 - 6pm-7pm

Where: Ashfield Service Center, Inner West Council, 260 Liverpool Rd, Ashfield, NSW 2131

Registerations: Olivia Chung on (02) 97981700 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

07 September 2018 Daniel Carrozza | News | Sports  

On Thursday 2nd of August, Mr D Carrozza took the U16’s Futsal team to the State Futsal Championship at Penrith. Homebush Boys qualified for this championship by winning the Bankstown regional qualifier last term.

Homebush Boys were placed in a difficult group which consisted of Wollongong Performing Arts, Mamre Anglican School, Elderslie and St Johns Park. With 3 wins and one draw, Homebush finished equal first in the group with Mamre, however, were pushed down to second on goal average. This meant we had to play a top seeded team from another group in the quarter finals.

Throughout the group games the boys were struggling to play to their ability. However, this all changed during the quarter and semi-finals with the boys playing brilliantly in both games and coming out clear winners.

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