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Three key projects delivering improved health and water quality to the Hawkesbury and Nepean Rivers have been approved under the Morrison Government’s $100 million Environment Restoration Fund.

Key environmental, government and community stakeholders from across the Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains attended a roundtable alongside the Chair of The Wildlife and Threatened Species Bushfire Recovery Expert Panel today.

Bushfire-hit communities in the Blue Mountains and Hawkebsury will be able to rebuild sooner with an initial and immediate $1 million grant from the Morrison Government.

Over $2.4 million in funding has been awarded to schools and cultural and community organisations across Western Sydney under round four of the Morrison Government’s Safer Communities Grants program.

A range of potential routes for the Hawkesbury River Third crossing have been released by Transport for NSW, and the Hawkesbury community is invited to give their input.

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.

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