Bilateral opportunities between NSW and Tokyo have been strengthened today with the signing of two significant Memoranda of Understanding (MoU).
The NSW Government has today unveiled the draft plans for the new Penrith Stadium, which will transform the precinct into a modern venue for sporting and entertainment.
A stunning design has been unveiled for Bank Street Park, transforming land fenced off from the community for decades into a green and accessible waterfront park against the backdrop of the iconic ANZAC Bridge in Pyrmont.
The 120 year-old Gunnery warehouse at Woolloomooloo is re-opening as an internationally significant contemporary art and cultural space that will support emerging and established artists.
The Minns government has today unveiled details of Creative Communities, the new arts, culture and creative industries policy.
The iconic Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink will get a major upgrade and restoration with the NSW Government executing a grant for $17.7 fmillion to ensuring the training ground for many Australian Winter Olympians will remain for many decades to come.
The Powerhouse Museum Ultimo will be reorientated to connect with the CBD, provide a new outdoor public square, more indoor exhibition space and show off the heritage facades of the original power station built in 1899.
Applications are now open for the 2023/24 MVP Ventures Program, which offers grants to early stage startups and small and medium enterprises to drive the commercialisation of new and highly innovative products or processes in NSW.
Thirty-five community groups will share $6.1 million in funding under the latest round of the NSW Government’s Club grants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants Program.
Nurses, paramedics, police, child protection workers, firefighters, cleaners and many more essential workers are set to benefit from landmark industrial reforms that will be introduced into Parliament today.