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Integrated Vaccination Certificate Opens to all on Service NSW App

Residents across the Northern Beaches will be able to integrate the COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate into their Service NSW app from today with the program now rolling out State-wide.

Member for Manly, James Griffin said with restrictions to further ease as the state approaches 80 per cent double vaccination, the integration of the vaccine certificate with the app will make things easier for the community.

“This is an extra digital service to make life easier for local businesses and customers as we open back up. NSW is the first jurisdiction in Australia to roll out an integrated QR code solution for displaying vaccination status State wide,” Mr Griffin said.


More than $16.5 Million Dollars in Targeted Funding for Public Schools Across the Northern Beaches

The NSW Government will deliver more than $16.5 million in targeted funding to public schools across the Northern Beaches in 2022.

This week schools will receive their School Budget Allocation Report which includes funding allocated through the Resource Allocation Model (RAM), a needs based funding model that ensures record funding is targeted at supporting the individual needs of students.  This funding comes in addition to school infrastructure funding.

School Principals are able to directly determine how the funding allocations are spent to best support student needs. This may include employing specialist teachers or purchasing extra resources to respond to the unique requirements of their students.


New Dine & Discover Vouchers coming Soon

Customers in the Northern Beaches will have more reasons to celebrate catching up with friends and family this summer with two additional Dine & Discover vouchers up for grabs for NSW residents.

Member for Manly, James Griffin said the expanded program will support residents across the community and encourage economic activity as part of the government’s economic recovery strategy.

“This is about supporting people to get out and have a meal or spend the day discovering their community while supporting businesses,” Mr Griffin said.