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Artist impression of a redeveloped Riverstone town centre. Featured

Residents asked to speak out

BLACKTOWN City Council is calling on residents to put forward their opinions regarding the  upgrade of Riverstone Town Centre.

From Monday, August 22, Riverstone residents will have the opportunity to view a draft masterplan of the town centre, which includes four different design options.

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MANUFACTURING STRONG Featured

Pair up to scale up = SUCCESS

MANUFACTURING businesses in the Blacktown area that reported doing well tended to export rather than concentrate only on the domestic market, a Western Sydney University study has revealed.

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Free Wi-Fi rolled out at Blacktown

BLACKTOWN City Council became one of the few councils in Australia to roll out free Wi-Fi with Telstra.

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Artist's impression of the revamped hosital. Featured

$324 upgrade to meet growing demand

THE State Government’s commitment to expanding Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals is well underway.

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Vision of support for local businesses

By Craig Hingston
Member GBBC

HISTORY was created in Western Sydney on Wednesday, June 7 with the informal launch of the newly created Greater Blacktown Business Chamber Incorporated and the induction of its first members.

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The pool area of Atura Blacktown. Featured

Atura takes a fresh take on traditional accommodation

ATURA Hotels has delivered a fresh take on the mid-market travel experience with the opening of its Blacktown property.

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Premier Barry O'Farrell. Featured

But key areas miss out in Premier's relocation of 3,000 jobs

By Red Dwyer

LIVERPOOL has its plea answered, Parramatta and Penrith are happy, Campbelltown misses out, and Blacktown wants much more.

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