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$1 Million for 'Pop-Up' Safe House to Support Domestic Violence Victims

Domestic violence victims in the Manly area will have more vital help available as the COVID-19 response continues, with the NSW Government today investing more than $1 million to deliver a ‘pop-up’ safe house over the next six-months.

Member for Manly James Griffin said coronavirus has rightly prompted strong health advice reminding everyone to stay home to help slow the spread of the disease.


Students on the Northern Beaches Return to School

Schools across Manly and the Northern Beaches are welcoming back their students as classes return to normal at NSW public schools.

Member for Manly James Griffin said parents and students are excited they would return to face to face learning in the classroom this week.

“We know that parents, teachers and students have gone above and beyond during this challenging time,” Mr Griffin said.


First Stage of Major Upgrade Completed at Curl Curl North Public School

Member for Manly James Griffin today announced the completion of stage 1 of works on the multi-million-dollar upgrade of Curl Curl North Public School.  

The project when fully complete will deliver an upgraded primary school, with 40 new permanent air conditioned classrooms along with a new hall, library, administration building and upgrades to the external play and sporting areas.