This week's TVS News bulletin includes coverage of a new super clinic being opened in Blacktown.
The show also features a story about Blacktown businesses rallying to support a seven-year-old boy, who lost his left eye to cancer as a baby, and is now fighting to keep the sight in his right eye.
Brave Joshua Johansen is undergoing chemotherapy at the Children's Hospital in Westmead and the businesses are working to raise funds for a large-screen television.
The bulletin also includes coverage of the battle waged by a western Sydney environmental group against shooting being allowed in national parks.
View the bulletin below:
Created through a collaboration between Fairfax Community Newspapers, TVS and the University of Western Sydney, the show started screening last year.
Fairfax Community Newspaper journalists from several publications around Sydney work on the weekly show.
This week's bulletin was hosted by Fairfield Champion journalist Bianca Martins.
TVS can be viewed on digital television on channel 44.
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