FAIRFIELD residents are invited to have their say on Sydney's rail network. NRMA Motoring and Services has opened its inaugural Seeing Red on Rail Survey. The survey will give frustrated commuters the chance to vote on what they'd like to see improved on the Bankstown, Cumberland, Inner west and South train lines.
The short survey is available at mynrma.com.au/seeingredonrail.
FAIRFIELD'S Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Primary School has received a certificate in recognition of its fulfilment of the archbishop's charter for Catholic schools. In 2012 all schools in the Sydney archdiocese were presented with the archbishop's charter which provides the foundations from which they operate as a Catholic school. Executive director of Catholic schools in the Sydney archdiocese, Dr Dan White attended the school's opening of the new school year mass to present the certificate.
Kids in the kitchen
NEWLY arrived refugee children in Fairfield got down to the serious business of cooking fun recently.
The NSW Refugee Health Service held a Kids in the Kitchen program for children aged five to 12. The three-day program was developed as part of the Fairfield Refugee Nutrition Project.