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Q and A: Live from Penrith
Live from Penrith
ABC  |  November 23, 2020

Western Sydney is booming, now the third largest economy in Australia. But coronavirus COVID-19 has hit hard - especially jobs - and it's a scenario faced by outer suburbs in many major cities where population booms but infrastructure lags. Panellists: Stuart Ayres, NSW minister for jobs, investment, tourism and Western Sydney; Richard Marles, deputy federal opposition leader; Dai Le, Fairfield city councillor; Amani Haydar, artist, lawyer and writer; and Amanda Rose, founding director of Western Sydney Women.

Western Sydney is booming, now the third largest economy in Australia. But coronavirus COVID-19 has hit hard - especially jobs - and it's a scenario faced by outer suburbs in many major cities where population booms but infrastructure lags. Panellists: Stuart Ayres, NSW minister for jobs, investment, tourism and Western Sydney; Richard Marles, deputy federal opposition leader; Dai Le, Fairfield city councillor; Amani Haydar, artist, lawyer and writer; and Amanda Rose, founding director of Western Sydney Women.

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