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Latest News

Construction to Begin on Major Upgrade at Mona Vale Public School

Friday, 18 June 2021

The Mona Vale Public School community will soon benefit from upgraded facilities, with site works commencing next week.

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today said the major upgrade will deliver new innovative, flexible classrooms as well as upgraded existing teaching spaces across many of the school’s buildings. 

“Educational facilities are among the most important pieces of infrastructure we can deliver,” Rob Stokes said today.

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Construction Funding Secured for North Narrabeen Schools

Wednesday, 16 June 2021

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today announced construction funding has been secured in the 2021/22 NSW Budget for the Narrabeen Education Precinct.

Major upgrades are planned for core facilities and learning spaces at Narrabeen North Public School and Narrabeen Sports High School, along with improved connectivity between both schools and new sporting facilities for shared use with the community.

The project forms part of a $2.1 billion budget allocation by the NSW Government to deliver 44 new and upgraded schools across NSW.

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Zero Emission Buses Coming To Pittwater

Friday, 28 May 2021

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today announced that Pittwater will be at the forefront of the NSW Government’s transition to quiet and clean public transport technology.

Keolis Downer, operator of Pittwater’s highly popular Keoride on-demand public transport service, has been appointed as the new operator of local bus services on the northern beaches and lower north shore.

The contract will see electric buses progressively replacing the existing local fleet over the next eight years.

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