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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.


Two Hawkesbury organisations which support Australian Defence Force (ADF) families will receive funding support under the Australian Government’s Family Support Funding Program (FSFP).

High school students in the Western Sydney LGAs of Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Penrith, Wollondilly, Cumberland, The Hills, Parramatta and Blacktown  will be invited to get hands-on opportunities to develop skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) as part of the Morrison Government's Maker Projects program.

The Morrison Government is supporting local jobs in Parramatta by investing $250,000 in Western Sydney University’s (WSU) ‘Start-up SydWest – Global Connections Accelerator’ project, to be based at WSU’s Technology Business Incubator, Launch Pad, located in Parramatta.

Local jobs in the electorates of Macquarie, Parramatta and Chifley are being supported under the Morrison Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program (LRCI) Program.

The Step by Step Recovery Support Service will be extended for another year, supporting Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury residents to recover from last summer’s bushfires.