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  • Targeted support key to West's refugee challenge
    Targeted support key to West's refugee challenge Media release, 9 January, 2017 Western Sydney has a long and proud history of welcoming refugees into its communities. For decades the region has benefited from the diverse skills and vibrant cuisines of hardworking migrants;…
  • Cash for cans a step closer
    Cash for cans a step closer A NSW Container Deposit Scheme (CDS) is another step closer with consultation on the draft regulation closing in December. WSROC has been heavily involved in the design and implementation of the Scheme since consultation began in…
  • Focus on: Cumberland talks waste in every language
    Focus on: Cumberland talks waste in every language One of the most diverse local government areas (LGA) in Sydney, Cumberland Council is a popular landing spot for migrants from all over the world.  To ensure that its diverse community is aware of the…
  • Scorching summer calls for heat-safe planning
    Scorching summer calls for heat-safe planning Western Sydney summers are hot, and are set to get hotter if a strategic approach to heat mitigation isn’t developed says the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC). WSROC President, Cr Stephen Bali, said…
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  • Targeted support key to West's refugee challenge Media release, 9 January, 2017 Western Sydney has a long and proud history of welcoming refugees into its communities. For decades the region has benefited from the diverse skills and vibrant cuisines of hardworking migrants; grateful for their chance at…
  • Scorching summers call for heat-safe planning Western Sydney summers are hot, and are set to get hotter if a strategic approach to heat mitigation isn’t developed says the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC). WSROC President, Cr Stephen Bali, said “It is no secret that…

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