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The 48.9-metre tower crane on the Stage 3 construction site has a name!
The colours of the landscape along Murrumbidgee River have inspired the exterior colours of the new Stage 3 Ambulatory Care Building.
The latest artist impressions of the new Stage 3 building as part of the $431 million Wagga Wagga Health Service Redevelopment will be on display at an information session next week.
The tower crane on the Stage 3 construction site will be the focus of a training exercise by NSW Ambulance and CPB Contractors on Thursday 25 July.
The NSW Minister for Health Brad Hazzard visited Wagga Wagga to see progress on the third and final stage of the Redevelopment.
Free breast screening of eligible women in MLHD is underway at a new clinic in Wagga Wagga’s central business district.
Primary school students have the chance to put a name to the tower crane, with a competition underway to name the crane in Wagga Wagga to complete the final stages of the $431 million Redevelopment.
Students from TAFE NSW Wagga Wagga got a glimpse of the busy Stage 3 construction site.
The NSW Government has committed $30 million for a new car park for the Wagga Wagga Base