Parramatta


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Parramatta

(pâr'əmăt`ə), city (1996 pop. 139,157), New South Wales, SE Australia, a suburb of Sydney, on the Parramatta River. It is the regional center for the western suburbs of Sydney. Founded in 1788, it is the second oldest settlement in Australia.
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Students and teachers from Parramatta Public School are taking advantage of the new $40 million school on OConnell Street, which accommodates up to 1000 students across 40 classrooms, while construction work is undertaken to deliver a school upgrade and expansion at their former school site.
They fell a point shy of that average when the sides met five weeks ago with Parramatta gaining a 13-12 win - their third straight success over the Bulldogs.
Parramatta coach Brad Arthur said: "Frank has played at the highest level and I am sure our members and fans are pleased that we have secured Pritchard as we lead into 2017.
Parramatta - February 17th (Wednesday) to February 18th (Thursday) From Wednesday, 3 P.
We're lucky enough to get the signature of Adam Quinlan, who is the back-up full-back at Parramatta," Cunningham said.
The house has items of significance from the Parramatta Hospital, which was demolished to make way for the new court precinct.
He turned to coaching after retirement and took the Parramatta Eels to a grand final for the first time in 1976 (losing 1310 to Manly) and again in 1977 when Parramatta went down to St George (220).
Parramatta Heritage Centre and Casey & Lowe, Parramatta.
Parramatta's St Andrews cricket club was invited to take part in a cricket-focused community day Parramatta City Council organised after the attacks to soothe tensions between the large local Indian population and the rest of the community, the paper said.
Although dropping back significantly in trip in this seven-furlong event, Parramatta, with Shane Foley in the saddle, might get the better of Edenshaw.
Parramatta were the success story of the competition in 2009, embarking on a fairytale run to win 10 of their last 11 games and become the first eighth-placed team to reach a Grand Final.
John McClymont, James Houison 1800-1876: Parramatta's forgotten architect, Parramatta and District Historical Society, Sydney, 2010, xiv + 222 pages; ISBN 978 0 98034 491 2.