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Wednesday, 25 June 2014 06:13

2014 STATE OF THE CITY

Transport the key focus, says CEO

FOLLOWING is an edited extract from the address to the 2014 State of The City event from Parramatta City Council CEO, Greg Dyer.

Saturday, 07 June 2014 21:40

NEW GENERATION OF WEALTH

Transport and development drive change

By Cr John Chedid
Parramatta Lord Mayor

TRANSPORT will be a major focus for the City of Parramatta over the coming years as the population continues to grow and more people come to the area to work, live and play.

Saturday, 31 May 2014 09:26

POPULATION PREDICTIONS

How GWS will lead Sydney’s growth

By Geoff Lee
State Member for Parramatta
IT is no surprise that Sydney’s population is predicted to grow and that Western Sydney will be the main driver of that growth.

Saturday, 03 May 2014 06:05

FALLING ON THEIR SWORDS

ICAC brings into focus politcian's difficulties

By Geoff Lee
Member for Parramatta

BARRY O’Farrell’s shock resignation as Premier over his evidence at the ICAC about receipt of a bottle of wine in 2011 brings into sharp-focus the difficulties that politicians face.

Saturday, 05 April 2014 18:24

MOTORWAY LINK WELCOMED

 Hills MP praises progress

MEMBER for Mitchell, Alex Hawke has welcomed the commitment from the Federal and NSW State Government of more than $800 million for the critical motorway link between the M1 and M2.

By Geoff Lee
State Member for Parramatta

PARRAMATTA will be the new home of the Office of Environment and Heritage with 880 jobs moving from Sydney CBD, 40 jobs from Service NSW and 250 jobs from the Ambulance Service.

By Geoff Lee
State Member for Parramatta

I SUPPORT the building of a second airport at Badgerys Creek along with most economists and business leaders.

By Geoff Lee, Member for Parramatta

TWELVE months ago Premier Barry O’Farrell gave the green light for the Parramatta Heritage Precinct Master Plan. This plan recognises the precinct’s potential to inject up to $1 billion in investment into the Parramatta economy.

By Anthony Stavrinos

TIME is ticking away for western Sydney businesses wanting to take advantage of Labor’s instant asset write-off and deductions for motor vehicles, according to federal MP for Parramatta Julie Owen.

Wednesday, 20 November 2013 03:02

Get ready for the digital switch over

ANALOGUE TV turns off in Sydney on December 3.

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