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Revised designs for upgrades to the Great Western Highway at Medlow Bath have been released, following detailed feedback from the Blue Mountains community.

The Morrison Government will provide additional support for New South Wales by allowing childcare services to waive gap-fees for parents keeping their children at home due to current COVID-19 restrictions.

The Morrison and Berejiklian Governments have delivered a further $400 million in funding to support the Hawkesbury recover from the February and March 2021 storms and floods. 

Local small brewers and distillers will benefit from $255 million in tax relief to support more jobs and investment as part of the 2021-22 Budget.

Families across Western Sydney will reap the benefits from an additional $1.7 billion investment in child care as part of the 2021-22 Budget.

The Blue Mountains Writers Festival will return in October 2021, with the Morrison Government delivering more than $76,000 in funding to help reboot the popular event through the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund. 

Local senior women have heard first-hand from the world’s first government regulatory agency committed to keeping its citizens safer online, the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, at a forum organised by Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, in Glenbrook.  

More local roads in the Blue Mountains will be fixed, with the Morrison Government providing over $869,000 to the Blue Mountains City Council under the Roads to Recovery Program.  

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