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  • Airport Metro fails to connect Western Sydney
    Airport Metro fails to connect Western Sydney Media release, 15 September 2020   The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has expressed disappointment with the number and location of stations along the new Western Sydney Airport Metro line, arguing that it…
  • WSROC: Bushfire Inquiry leaves councils high and dry
    WSROC: Bushfire Inquiry leaves councils high and dry Media release, 26 August 2020 Adoption of all 76 recommendations from the independent NSW Bushfire Inquiry by the NSW Government does not go far enough to recognise the frontline role of councils, or to ensure…
  • Western Sydney councils unite to support local businesses
    Western Sydney councils unite to support local businesses Media release, 31 July 2020  The Business Energy Advice Program (BEAP) will launch in Western Sydney, helping local, small and drought-affected businesses to access free, independent, and tailored support that is aimed at savings: both…
  • WSROC: Right time to trial EV buses in the West
    WSROC: Right time to trial EV buses in the West Media release, 15 July 2020  WSROC welcomes the NSW Government’s electric bus trials[1] and is hopeful that a trial will be located in Western Sydney - recognising the initiative’s potential to transform the region’s evolving transport…
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  • Airport Metro fails to connect Western Sydney Media release, 15 September 2020   The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has expressed disappointment with the number and location of stations along the new Western Sydney Airport Metro line, arguing that it does not serve the needs…
  • WSROC: Bushfire Inquiry leaves councils high and dry Media release, 26 August 2020 Adoption of all 76 recommendations from the independent NSW Bushfire Inquiry by the NSW Government does not go far enough to recognise the frontline role of councils, or to ensure their capability in facing future…

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