Month: May 2022

Help for households paying energy bills: Up to $1,600 subsidies

HOUSEHOLDS having trouble paying their energy bills will be able to access up to $1,600 a year in help after Treasurer and Energy Minister Matt Kean increased support payments. The Energy Accounts Payment Assistance (EAPA) program has helped 49,000 NSW households experiencing short-term financial hardship with their energy bills. From Monday, each application will have …

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FC Barcalona to hold fan party and open training session: Free entry for fans

DETERMINED to leave a legacy for football and their fans on their first visit to Australia, FC Barcelona will stage an official fan party and open training session in the lead-up to their match against A-Leagues All Stars at Sydney’s Accor Stadium. The official fan party and open training session will be free to all …

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After nine years, Govt approves Council’s plan for Parramatta CBD expansion

THE NSW state government has given the City of Parramatta Council’s plan to expand boundaries and building height limits to support a growing population in Sydney’s west. The government’s approval comes after nine years, with the Parramatta CBD Planning Proposal in the works since 2013. The plan will see the boundaries of the Parramatta CBD …

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Liberal Democratic Party – Liza Tazewell

Proud daughter of immigrant parents LIZA Tazewell (nee Pranjic/Suroprajitno) grew up in Guildford, the proud daughter of immigrant parents. “I was raised in a family that taught the important values of compassion, hard work and the tenacity required to achieve your dreams, the foundations on which I built a successful career as a director in …

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