Corrective Services Commissioner Peter Severin said Corrective Services had developed the innovative design for the rapid build prisons and that four would be built across the state.“The rapid build prisons have been designed with the aim of improving inmate productivity and ensuring they are participating in programs to reduce reoffending, education or work for up to 12 hours a day,” he said.
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’ In addition to new tyre fitments, the store offers wheels, brakes and suspension servicing.
There is a Seasonal Service including oil change as well as associated services such as wheel alignments, balancing and nitrogen inflation.
Kevin Brown holds three decades experience with an emphasis on mechanical and suspension work and strives to ‘do it once and do it properly.
According to the Australian Catholic Directory the district of the Shoalhaven (now the Parish of Nowra) was established in 1863.The parish of Shoalhaven-Ulladulla was established in 1863 with Fr David D’Arcy as the first resident priest.In 1865 the Mass centre at Nowra was rebuilt and it was to remain the Mass centre for Nowra for another twelve years.Work is also underway to convert the former Juniperina Juvenile Detention Centre at Lidcombe to an adult women’s prison, and recommissioned prisons at Berrima and Unanderra will open next month and in January respectively.“These beds support our reform program to lift standards, strengthen accountability and reduce reoffending,” Mr Elliott said.Work is also continuing on the 1700-bed New Grafton Correctional Centre to open in 2020 and the 650-bed extension of Parklea to open in late 2018.“This expansion program will create more than 2,380 new jobs, including highly-trained correctional officers and administrative staff, and have a positive impact on local businesses through increased trade,” Mr Elliott said.