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  • 23-Jul-2014 11:00 | Anonymous

     

    Approaches to capturing revenue & value in your business

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    Provided in cooperation with the University of Western Sydney and Western Sydney Business Connection


    Approaches to capturing revenue & value in your business is an innovative highly interactive event to increase your revenue by applying the practices of Business Model Innovation to your company. LEARN MORE

    As business leaders this workshop will enable you to:

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    ?          Reveal the embedded assumptions in your business

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    Or call Frank directly on +61 414 392 323

    Professor Goran Roos sets the context of manufacturing and business in Australia. Frank Wyatt facilitates this highly interactive workshop involving you in generating solutions for your company.




    Provided in cooperation with the University of 

    Western Sydney and Western Sydney Business Connection 

     

                                     

     

                  





  • 23-Jul-2014 10:52 | Anonymous



    We have opened Stage One of our Richmond Road upgrade one month early and $7 million under budget.

    Richmond Road is a key arterial road for Sydney’s North West Growth Centre. We have fast tracked the upgrade because of its importance to supporting new housing and job creation in Western Sydney.


    Stage One provides two lanes in each direction and will slash travel times for Western Sydney motorists travelling on Richmond Road between Bells Creek and north of Townson Road at Marsden Park.
    We have allocated $96 million for Stage Two of the upgrade which began this week and is expected to be progressively opened to traffic by the end of 2016.


    Source: NSW Government


  • 23-Jul-2014 10:48 | Anonymous

    Construction will begin next month on a 340-space multi-storey commuter car park at Sutherland Station.


    The free and untimed commuter parking spaces are part of more than $30 million worth of upgrades at the station, which also include a new lift and recently completed interchange upgrade.

    Sutherland is a key interchange station for locals and commuters in the Illawarra, and these works will go a long way to help customers connect and move easily between different transport modes.

    St George and Sutherland have been big winners under our Transport Access Program, with upgrades underway along the Illawarra Line. A major station upgrade is underway at Waterfall Station, with another huge upgrade announced at Oatley and Arncliffe and a commuter car park extension underway at Rockdale.





    Source: NSW Government


  • 23-Jul-2014 10:45 | Anonymous



    In the third of our series on Rebuilding NSW, Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner discusses the proposed plans to fix regional infrastructure. 


    This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to improve regional roads, provide access to world class health facilities and secure water supplies for our regional and rural communities.


    Source: NSW Government


  • 23-Jul-2014 10:39 | Anonymous

    The number of buses with Opal climbs to 1,700 from next week as we switch on the service for every bus in the Eastern Suburbs.


    The latest Opal roll out covers 580 buses which carry more than five million customers every month from areas including Randwick, Maroubra, Watsons Bay, La Perouse and Mascot.

    This week 220 Transit Systems buses went live with Opal across 80 suburbs including Liverpool, Greystanes and Parramatta and Punchbowl Bus Services have gone live across 35 suburbs including Hurstville, Roselands and Bankstown.

    Customers have taken more than 25 million journeys with Opal with 400,000 cards issued and thousands more signing up every week.




    Source: NSW Government


  • 23-Jul-2014 10:09 | Anonymous

    The first section of the M5 West Widening Project will open to motorists in the next fortnight and is on schedule for final completion by the end of the year.

    The $400 million project to widen the M5 West by a lane in each direction will cut congestion and improve travel times for motorists in South Western Sydney.

    In the next fortnight, we will open to motorists commuting eastbound a third lane for a stretch of four kilometres from the Camden Valley Way eastbound entry ramp to the Georges River Bridge, Liverpool.

    Shortly after, we will open an additional lane westbound, which will extend from Georges River Bridge in Liverpool to the Beech Road exit.




    Source: NSW Government


  • 16-Jul-2014 11:30 | Anonymous
  • 16-Jul-2014 11:00 | Anonymous

    NSW Premier Mike Baird officially opened the new Penrith one stop shop this week, whilst marking the one-year anniversary of the NSW Government’s new customer service agency, Service NSW. 

    The opening of this centre also marks an important milestone with the completion of the initial Service NSW rollout – a total of 18 one-stop shops. 

    Due to the success of Service NSW, we will expand its services over the next two years with a focus on increasing digital transactions to make it even more convenient for customers to do their business with us. 

    This service centre is the third to open in Western Sydney – following Parramatta and Liverpool and demonstrates our commitment to grow services in this thriving region. 

    Eight new service centres, including one in Blacktown, are now being planned for opening in the coming months with other innovative smart stores and kiosks to be trialled over the coming year. 

    More than 3.5 million customers have so far been served by Service NSW with a customer satisfaction score of 98 per cent – unchanged since launch last year.




    Source: NSW Government

  • 16-Jul-2014 11:00 | Anonymous



    In the second of our series on Rebuilding NSW, Transport Minster Gladys Berejiklian shares her thoughts on the proposed plans for transport infrastructure. 

    Including the North West Rail Link and new CBD stations, the Sydney Rapid Transit Network will unlock Sydney’s rail capacity for generations to come.


    Source: NSW Government

  • 04-Jul-2014 09:42 | Anonymous

    The Premier and Health Minister have had their first look inside the Campbelltown Hospital redevelopment which is quickly taking shape and will be open to patients early next year.

    The centrepiece of the $134 million redevelopment – the multi-storey Acute Services Building - is on target for construction completion in December. 

    The new look Campbelltown Hospital will include an additional 90 inpatient beds and an expanded emergency department. This will ensure families in South Western Sydney have access to a world class hospital.

    Health Minister Jillian Skinner says she shares the excitement of the clinicians, staff and community as the impressive building takes shape.

     

     

     

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