Migrant crush overloads Western Sydney

The Weekend SMH ran an interesting article on how Western Sydney has borne the brunt of Sydney’s breakneck population growth, driven by mass immigration:

Greater Sydney’s population rose by 1.13 million between 2001 and 2018… Just five regions – Parramatta, the city and inner south, inner south-west, south-west and Blacktown – accounted for 55 per cent of that increase or 617,000 people…

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