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The Morrison Government’s commitment to upgrade St Johns Park in Blaxland is one step closer, with the government having now formally executed a funding agreement with Blue Mountains City Council.

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.

Two Western Sydney University researchers have received grants under the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Investigator Grants.

The Morrison Government will provide $142,000 to the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute under the Heritage Grants Program for a project which will develop a monitoring system for endangered upland swamps within the Greater Blue Mountains Area.

Three Western Sydney zoos and conservancies will receive a much needed funding lifeline from the Morrison-McCormack Government to help them get through the COVID-19 crisis.

The Morrison Government is backing targeted small and medium manufacturing businesses in Parramatta, the Hawkesbury, and Macarthur to modernise and adapt as they grapple with the impact of the coronavirus.

As part of the part of the Government’s new Community Support Package, the Centre will receive more than $39,000 in additional funding assistance for 2019-20 and 2020-21

The jointly funded $250 million Great Western Highway Safety upgrade between Katoomba and Lithgow has been delivered, with safety works at Blackheath now complete.

The opportunity to drive the future of road safety innovation and technology is here, with applications for Round 1 of the Australian Government’s $12 million Road Safety Innovation Fund now open.

The Australian Government is urging Australians with chronic health conditions not to neglect their regular health care, but continue to consult with their doctors in order to best manage their condition.

Local family and children service providers in Western Sydney will continue to provide family and children services through the Morrison Government’s extension of funding for another 12 months.

The Morrison Government has announced the establishment of a $12 million Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Program to help with the recovery of wildlife and habitats following a roundtable organised by Senator Marise Payne and led by the Minister for the Environment, the Hon Sussan Ley MP.

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