Author: Elliot Nash

As Melbourne exits lockdown, Western Sydney embarks on a landmark research project examining the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 across Sydney’s west and northwest. Dubbed the ‘Future Directions’ project, researchers from Western Sydney University (WSU) will investigate the socio-economic impact on local government areas, including Blacktown City Council, Cumberland City Council, The Hills Shire Council, and […]

The Hills Shire Council is once again delivering the Chemical CleanOut initiative, providing residents with a safe way to dispose of household chemicals and other hazardous materials. Partnering with the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA), residents can take their unwanted and hazardous waste to Castle Hill Showground on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd November, between […]

A big win for pet owners across the state with the NSW Appeals Court removing the “harsh, unconscionable and oppressive” blanket ban on pets in apartments.

70 environmental sensors installed will measure the health and well being of Parramatta’s newest suburb, Melrose Park.

The brand new Granville Park Stadium is closer to kick off than ever with the first major concrete slab poured at the $10.74 million development that will see the eventual return of Western Sydney Two Blues Rugby Union Club to their home ground. Twenty trucks poured around 160 cubic metres of concrete, with Mayor of […]

Council’s Community Service Centre in Merrylands has helped 1,000 customers since opening its doors in April this year.

Parramatta will become a critical precinct in the NSW Government’s plan to revive and reinvigorate the 24-hour economy of Sydney, now crippled by both the lockout laws and the current pandemic.

New plans announced by the City of Parramatta Council to revitalise its $1 billion creative economy in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Australia’s first diagonal arch bridge one step closer to reality with Parramatta securing funding for the multimillion-dollar infrastructure project.

The new $23 million Granville Centre will finally be opening its doors 1 September 2020 with vital spaces for learning, digital innovation and recreation.


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