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First sod turned on 330-bed expansion of Cessnock Correctional Centre maximum security section

By Krystal Sellars
Updated October 30 2017 - 1:51pm, first published October 25 2017 - 4:50pm
DIGGING IN: Corrective Services NSW northern custodial operations director Glen Scholes and Minister for Corrections David Elliott (flanked by MLC for the Hunter and Central Coast, Taylor Martin and Parliamentary Secretary for the Hunter and Central Coast, Scot MacDonald) turn the first sod for the Cessnock Correctional Centre maximum security section expansion on Wednesday. Picture: Krystal Sellars
DIGGING IN: Corrective Services NSW northern custodial operations director Glen Scholes and Minister for Corrections David Elliott (flanked by MLC for the Hunter and Central Coast, Taylor Martin and Parliamentary Secretary for the Hunter and Central Coast, Scot MacDonald) turn the first sod for the Cessnock Correctional Centre maximum security section expansion on Wednesday. Picture: Krystal Sellars

A significant milestone for the Cessnock Correctional Centre expansion was reached on Wednesday when the first sod for the extension to the existing maximum security complex was turned.

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