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Members of the Westmead Alliance. From L-R: Parramatta Lord Mayor, John Chedid, Professor Roger Reddel, director, Children’s Medical Research Institute, Tim Daniel, CEO, Westmead Private Hospital, Professor Steven Leeder, chair, Western Sydney Local Health District, Mark Dado, COO,Westmead Millennium Institute, and Annette Solman, director, nursing and midwifery, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network. Featured

AN ambitious plan is underway to raise public funds to leverage the Westmead health and medical precinct as one of the nation's leading innovation hubs and as a world-class bio-medical and bio-tech research cluster.


Parramatta Council’s proposed Aspire 90-storey mixed-use development includes 150 serviced apartments. Featured

THE proposed $20.1 million expansion of the Parkroyal Parramatta is the latest project in the city’s visitor-accommodation sector which could see the number of rooms increase by 38 per cent if all proposals go ahead.


The Parramatta ferry service. Featured

THE business community has backed Parramatta Council in opposing State Government’s planned reductions to the City’s iconic river ferry service.


Gay Hendriksen, left and Julie Owens at the Female Factory. Featured

FEDERAL Member for Parramatta, Julie Owens recently met with Gay Hendriksen, President of the Female Factory Friends to discuss the next steps to have the Factory placed on the National Heritage List.


PARRAMATTA council is encouraging local workers and residents to adopt healthy lifestyle choices and to get away from their desk during their lunch break. 


Artist's impression of the Aspire apartments. Featured

PARRAMATTA City Council has lodged a development application with the Joint Regional Planning Panel for the tallest residential tower in the Southern Hemisphere – a 90-storey development on 160-182 Church Street, Parramatta.


One of Parramatta's many alfrsco dining areas. Featured

 By Anthony Stavrinos

PARRAMATTA Council’s controversial decision to overturn a smoking ban has drawn criticism from some quarters, but the councillor responsible said it provided restaurants, the community and cafes with choice.


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Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.