Liverpool film festival looks at social justice

A FILM festival featuring movies which explore social justice matters will be held in Liverpool next week. The Big Picture Film Festival will open in Sydney today (March 19) but then the festival will move to Liverpool Event Cinemas and Casula Powerhouse from March 26 to 29. Movies in the festival cover topics such as slavery, human rights and conservation. Films from around the world such as Half of the Yellow Sun, Belle and Sneezing Panda: The Movie will be shown.


Free vaccines

Fairfield Council will hold free morning and evening immunisation clinics each week for children aged six weeks to five years, until June 31. Clinics are held at the Fairfield, Wetherill Park and Bonnyrigg community centres and at Stockland, Wetherill Park.

Try tai chi

Tai chi classes will be held on Tuesday in Cabramatta West until April 8. Tai chi improves general health, assists relaxation and helps with ailments such as arthritis, diabetes and bad posture.

Details: Linda McCall, 9823 7542 or email

Get on your bike

The Western Sydney Cycling Network holds free rides each Thursday from 9.30am to noon, from the WSCN bike shed at the back of Fairfield showground off Moonlight Road, Prairiewood.

Check out markets

Fairfield City Markets are held every Saturday from 9am to 4pm at Fairfield Showground in the covered area behind the grandstands. More than 600 stalls, free entry and lots of parking. Goods range from clothing and toys to groceries and household items. Entry via Smithfield Road,

Prairiewood. To find out about stall availability call 9725 2333.

Vote for a club

Voting is now open for the People's Choice Award at the annual Clubs NSW 2014 Clubs and Community Awards. Voting can be done on the Your Local Club Facebook page and will be open until April 18.


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