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Campbelltown could be home to a new Community and Justice Precinct following today’s announcement of a $1 million strategic business case to investigate its potential development.

Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, is calling on the Blue Mountains community to apply for grants of between $200,000 and $20 million to support bushfire recovery projects.

Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, is calling on the Hawkesbury community to apply for grants of between $200,000 and $20 million to support bushfire recovery projects.

Five community groups in Western Sydney will receive funding to lower energy costs and play their part in helping to reduce Australia’s emissions under the Morrison Government’s Energy Efficient Communities Program.

10 relocatable CCTV cameras will be deployed in priority locations across Cumberland to help address to help address anti-social behaviour, racial and religious intolerance, and to increase community safety.

20 new CCTV cameras will be established in the Mount Druitt Town Centre to help address anti-social behaviour, racial and religious intolerance, and to increase community safety.

SWIM SAFE is a 10-week swim program for women who are newly arrived migrants and refugees that aims to simultaneously build water confidence and community connections in the Mt Druitt area.

 

 The service officially opened on Wednesday 19 August and will provide support for young people and family and friends within the community.

A local project to help restore endangered peat swamps has been selected to receive bushfire recovery funding as part of the Morrison Government’s Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Program.

Two projects have been selected to support bushfire recovery in the Blue Mountains as part of the Morrison Government’s Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Program.

Blue Mountains City Council has been awarded $19,016 for the Wollemi Artisan Market and Laneway Activation project under the Morrison Government’s Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants program.

Five Ex-Service Organisations (ESO) in Western Sydney which provides advocacy services to veterans and their families have received funding as part of the Government’s Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) grants program.

Trading conditions, tourism, red tape and local projects are among the topics on which Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, is seeking feedback on from local businesses as part of a series of business surveys launched in the Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury and Parramatta.

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