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ALMOST ONE-BILLION DOLLARS FOR COFFS HARBOUR BYPASS

One of the state’s worst remaining Pacific Highway bottlenecks at Coffs Harbour is set to receive almost one-billion dollars in funding in tomorrow night’s federal budget.

Work on the project, which is expected to start in 2020, is scheduled to be completed in 2023.

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