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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.

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Eighteen out of twenty-two infrastructure projects funded by the Morrison Government and being delivered by Hawkesbury City Council under Phase 2 of Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) program are complete, with work continuing to finish the remaining four.

The Morrison and Perrottet Governments have provided $2.5 million to support construction of expanded facilities at Odyssey House drug and alcohol treatment service near Campbelltown in Sydney.

Under the latest round of the Morrison Government’s Culture, Heritage and Arts Regional Tourism program, three organisations in the Blue Mountains will receive grant funding.

The Morrison Government has delivered record levels of trade apprenticeships across the Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury with trade apprentices continue to surge to record high levels across the country – reaching 220,000 in training in 2021.

GP clinics in Katoomba and Springwood will be able to recruit overseas trained doctors and bonded medical practitioners, after local doctors successfully applied to have their outer-metropolitan status reconsidered by a federal government review. 

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