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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.

The new Rouse Road Bridge in Rouse Hill has been officially opened at a ceremony today, marking the end of a long campaign to upgrade the road by the community and nearby Rouse Hill Anglican College.

Primary school students at Rouse Hill Anglican College will benefit from a new state-of-the-art junior school building thanks to $355,000 in funding from the Liberal Nationals Government’s Capital Grants Program. 

The first sod was turned on the Campbelltown Centre of Sport and Health Excellence today, marking the official start of construction on the important project.

Locals will now be able to enjoy improved access to the Nepean River and its foreshore following the completion of works to Tench Reserve.

The busy intersections of Spitfire Drive and Eagle Vale Drive on Raby Road will be upgraded after the Morrison Government gave the green light to yet another major congestion-busting project in the Macarthur region.

The Lower Mountains Men’s Shed has received a facelift thanks to funding provided by the Morrison Government through the National Shed Development Programme.

An innovative partnership with TAFE NSW will provide to first-class training opportunities for construction workers building Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.

One year since the first sod turn and the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport is on track and on budget for a 2026 take-off.

Another major milestone has been reached on the Western Sydney International Airport.

Primary school students at Mountains Christian College in Macquarie will benefit from a new library undercroft thanks to $400,000 in funding from the Liberal-Nationals Government.

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