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.
The new $23 million Granville Centre will finally be opening its doors 1 September 2020 with vital spaces for learning, digital innovation and recreation.
Cumberland City Council is addressing its financial future citing pandemic concerns and issues with the NSW governments amalgamation process.
The Hills Council must complete its nominated infrastructure projects by 30 June 2021 following an injection of $1.2 million into the Shire.
Hills’ Shire residents are welcoming ‘Gables’ as its brand new suburb inbetween the Box Hill North release area and the rural residential areas of Maraylya and Nelson.
Hawkesbury Mayor Barry Calvert wants western Sydney to become the trial location for the NSW Government’s new fleet of electric buses to boost economic development.
The City of Parramatta is kicking off outdoor sport and community facilities following the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in NSW.
Cumberland Council are inviting the community to join its Clean Up Australia Day event at Duck River in Auburn on Sunday 3 March 2019.