The Morrison Government has delivered record levels of trade apprenticeships across the Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury with trade apprentices continue to surge to record high levels across the country – reaching 220,000 in training in 2021.
GP clinics in Katoomba and Springwood will be able to recruit overseas trained doctors and bonded medical practitioners, after local doctors successfully applied to have their outer-metropolitan status reconsidered by a federal government review.
Following a strong community campaign led by Liberal for Macquarie, Sarah Richards, and Mayor Patrick Conolly, telecommunications coverage in bushfire-impacted Hawkesbury communities will receive a boost from the Morrison Government under the Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grants program.
The strong community campaign to transform Katoomba’s Lurline Street into a tree-lined boulevard will become a reality as part of a new $28 million bushfire recovery package being delivered by the Morrison Government.
The Morrison Government has awarded a job-creating $2.13 million contract to a Hawkesbury-based engineering consultancy to continue its development of a unique lightweight armour for the C-130J Hercules airlifter aircraft.
The Australian and New South Wales governments have today announced $33 million in funding for a program to identify more than 100 infrastructure improvements that will boost the resilience of the flood evacuation network throughout the Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley.