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Time of Day Discounts and Transfer Credits for Keoride

Monday, 14 December 2020

Transfer discounts are now available for Keoride passengers who use the service to connect to local buses.

The announcement by Transport for NSW will see the new Opal Connect payment platform integrated with Pittwater’s highly popular on-demand public transport service.

As part of the changes, Keoride fares will also be calculated the same way as Opal bus fares – including time of day discounts.

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Premier's Visit Highlights Support for Local Restaurants and Cafes

Friday, 27 November 2020

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian have visited H20 Restaurant at Narrabeen to discuss the importance of the NSW Government’s upcoming ‘Dine and Discover’ voucher program.

The program is part of a NSW Government stimulus package targeted towards key employment sectors hardest hit by Covid-19.

From early next year, all adults will be eligible for four $25 vouchers. Two vouchers can be used at food service venues, and two can be used for entertainment and recreation.

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Link Church Recognised for Extraordinary Efforts During COVID-19

Friday, 27 November 2020

Link Church Pastors Glenn and Clare Wysman have been announced as the recipients of the NSW Government’s 2020 Pittwater Community Service Award.

The award was presented by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes during a visit to the church’s food distribution headquarters at Warriewood.

Link Church’s team of volunteers provide a range of support programs aimed at assisting local families during COVID-19, particularly the provision of low cost meals and essential food items.  

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More than $18 million secured for Wakehurst Parkway flood mitigation

Tuesday, 17 November 2020

The NSW Government has allocated a further $13.1 million in the State Budget to support the introduction of flood mitigation along Wakehurst Parkway.

The funding will be added to $5 million secured for the project in 2017, bringing the total NSW Government allocation to $18.1 million, and enabling a strategic works schedule to be implemented.

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