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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.

Over $8,000 has been announced to support Men’s Sheds across Macquarie under Round 19 of the National Shed Development Programme.

More sports players, match officials, club volunteers and families will soon be able to enjoy the Bensons Lane Sporting Complex clubhouse after work officially started on the long-awaited extension to the clubhouse’s deck earlier this week.

Families and sporting groups will now be able to enjoy an improved Greygums Oval thanks to a $1 million funding boost from the Federal and State Government, and Penrith City Council.

Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, has encouraged Blue Mountains City Council to apply for funding under the...

The Hawkesbury equestrian community will benefit from a major expansion to the Hawkesbury Showgrounds with new stables to support more riders and regional events.

Australia has been given its first look at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport with today’s release of the first design images.

The Morrison Government is delivering on an important election commitment in the Blue Mountains, with a major milestone reached in the rollout of upgrades to Knapsack Park’s carpark and clubhouse.

Motorists will no longer face significant delays while travelling along the Wedderburn Causeway due to heavy flooding following the...

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. 



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