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City given national status listing in 2015
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM explores the very far West of NSW
AS a young student of Australian history many years ago, one of my favourite books was “The Silver City” by Ion Idriess which told the story of Broken Hill.

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Leading travel magazine rates Coast beaches
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
AWESOME Avoca has been named the Central Coast’s best beach by leading travel magazine Australian Traveller and it is sure to raise the hackles of residents in its more famous sister, Terrific Terrigal.

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Floyd and Derek Larsen at the airfeild. Photo by David Hill, Deep Hill Media.. Featured
Lithgow couple want 50-year licence
RED DWYER
INVESTMENT in a small rundown airfield – two dirt strips carved out in dense bushland – aims to create an aviation hub and leverage the tourism industry’s annual $400M contribution to the Blue Mountains economy.

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MOTORISTS GIVE FUELCHECK THE THUMBS UP Featured
App tracks petrol prices and trends
MOTORISTS are urged to download the NSW Government’s free FuelCheck app and save money at the bowser over the Easter and school holiday break.

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HITACHI ONBOARD FOR AEROTROPOLIS Featured

Worldwide interest gains momentum
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
WORLDWIDE interest in Western Sydney Aerotropolis is rapidly gaining momentum with news of another major international company signing up to be part of the project.

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The new Quest Penrith. Featured
28 September 2018

QUEST OPENS AT PENRITH

Visitor surge drives investment
THERE'S a lot to love about Quest’s newest apartment hotel offering in Penrith.

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POTENTIAL OF MEDICAL TOURISM Featured

Health, education attractions identified
RED DWYER
THREE major medical precincts have the potential to develop a medical-related tourism component in Western Sydney’s overnight visitor economy which contributes $4.2B to the NSW coffers.

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