State MP for Heathcote Lee Evans

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Evans presented community’s demands on Bulli Hospital

THE Save Bulli ED Group formally submitted the community’s six resolutions to State MP for Heathcote Lee Evans at his Engadine office on Thursday. The six resolutions, which were agreed on at a rally of over 500 people in Bulli Masonic Hall, had a strong focus on the community’s demand for the retention of the … Continue reading

Explore Dharawal this weekend

THE secrets of the State’s newest national park will be revealed on Saturday when a community celebration is held at Dharawal. State MP for Heathcote Lee Evans has encouraged residents to come and explore Dharawal National Park at a community celebration. To mark the historic occasion Mr Evans has produced a commemorative booklet which will … Continue reading

Infamous speed variations no more

SPEED limits on the Princes Highway through, and on the southern approach, to Heathcote will be changed to reduce speed limit variations and confusion to motorists. After a large number of public submissions through the Safer Roads website, Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) has reviewed the speed limits on the highway in the vicinity of … Continue reading

Have your say on Dharawal

OVER a million dollars has been set aside by the NSW Government for improvements to Dharawal National Park, including an enhanced entrance off Appin Road and a loop track to Madden’s Falls. The community have been invited to have their say in the management of the newly created national park. The existing plan of management … Continue reading

Thousands of hectares dedicated as national park

THE 6,500 hectare Dharawal National Park has been officially dedicated. The national park will indefinitely preserve the area’s unique biodiversity, including several endangered species and Sydney’s largest surviving koala population. It will also protect a large number of Aboriginal rock art and significant cultural sites.  The listing also has a “no depth restriction”, meaning the … Continue reading

Minister comes bearing gifts

FOUR courts at the Bulli Tennis Centre are set for a $20,000 upgrade. The announcement the courts will be upgraded, along with new sports ground lighting at Thomas Gibson Park, Thirroul, is to be made by State MP for Heathcote Lee Evans today at Slacky Flat. Mr Evans will announce $80,000 in funding grants to … Continue reading