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The Albanese Government is being urged to support the Opposition’s proposal to allow seniors and veterans to earn more without reducing pension...

A manufacturing program supporting critical industries in Western Sydney is the latest item on the Albanese Government’s chopping block, with the new Minister for Industry and Science Ed Husic confirming he is considering axeing the program.

Labor is already deserting Western Sydney, this time by axing a funding program for job-creating 5G technology projects.


Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, has reminded local businesses that entries for the Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence (WSABE) close on Monday, 14 June at 11.59 PM.


The Morrison Government has released a ten-year blueprint for protecting Australia’s biodiversity, The Threatened Species Strategy 2021-2031 (the Strategy), which establishes a national prioritisation framework for threatened species that targets a broader range of species, focusses on key native habitat, and drives the development of new technologies.

The Federal Government has announced $745,920 in new funding for Western Sydney University to establish the ‘Cybersecurity Aid Centre’ to train and support small business with Cyber Incident Response.

Bushfire-prone areas on the outskirts of our major cities, including the Blue Mountains, will be better connected through the Morrison Government’s $16.4 million Peri-Urban Mobile Program (PUMP), to be unveiled in the 2020-21 Budget.