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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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Westmead to Sydney CBD to 20 minutes: Sydney’s newest metro stations confirmed

TWO new metro stations have been confirmed at Pyrmont and Hunter Street for the Sydney Metro West project, which will connect Parramatta to the CBD in around 20 minutes. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the Hunter Street station will have one entrance on the corner of Hunter and George Streets, and another on the corner of …

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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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POWERHOUSE PARRAMATTA BUILDERS SHORTLISTED

POWERHOUSE Parramatta is one step closer after the NSW Government has shortlisted three contractors to deliver a world-class museum in the geographic heart of Sydney. Delivering more than 4,000 jobs during and after construction, this nationally important cultural infrastructure project will deliver Western Sydney its richly deserved first-ever major cultural institution, a project that will …

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MORE THAN 100,000 PEOPLE TO BE TRAINED FOR JOBS OF THE FUTURE

MORE than 100,000 people across NSW will have the opportunity to reskill for the jobs of the future thanks to the NSW Government’s Skilling for Recovery initiative. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the NSW Government had committed almost $160 million to match the Federal Government’s JobTrainer funding, which would be a key component to the State’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan. “COVID-19 has presented an unprecedented …

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