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Boost to support flood affected residents in Hawkesbury region

THE NSW Government is delivering flood roads and emergency service upgrades to bolster the Hawkesbury community against the devastating effect of floods. The government announced details of a $94.7M investment in the NSW State Emergency Service (SES) to strengthen flood preparedness and response across the state and at key flood risk areas, including the Hawkesbury-Nepean

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New purpose built 4WD ambulances reach patients in challenging terrain

The NSW Government has rolled out 80 new four-wheel drive ambulances across the state, which will allow paramedics to access patients in challenging terrain, the NSW Minister for Health Ryan Park announced today. These purpose built 4WD ambulance vehicles are used to access patients in situations where standard ambulances would not be able to, particularly

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ZIG ZAG RAILWAY BACK ON TRACK

The historic Zig Zag Railway returned to life this weekend as passenger services resumed following a joint volunteer and NSW Government effort to restore the Blue Mountains icon from fire and flood damage. For years, volunteers have toiled to restore the railway and the NSW Government provided more than $5.9 million through Crown Lands and

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New Tech Making Train Travel Easier

  A new Google Maps feature will make train travel easier, with more than 130 stations in Sydney added to Street View imagery. Minister for Transport and Roads Andrew Constance said the new technology is especially important in assisting customers navigate unfamiliar or complex journeys, and for those with accessibility needs. “This new Google Maps

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Lights Shine On Penrith Opportunity

  THE inaugural Lights on Penrith 2021 Growth Summit, held in March at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in Penrith, was a huge success, gathering delegates from business, government, and the local community together to discuss the significant growth and development planned for the region in the next few years. Kate Rafton, President of

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