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National Parks and Wildlife Service is seeking public comments on the draft plan of management for Coffs Coast Regional Park.
The Department of Family and Community Services invites interested individuals and organisations to make submissions on proposals to improve the NSW child protection system.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales is seeking feedback on the evolved design concept of the Sydney Modern Project and your views on the future of an expanded and transformed Gallery.
Have your say on known issues with the current Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulation and provide suggestions.
National Parks and Wildlife Service is seeking public comments on the Draft Plan of Management for Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area.
Community legal centres, organisations that provide other justice-related services, the legal profession, and the community are invited to make submissions in response to the terms of reference for the review.
The Department of Industry is seeking feedback on the draft Community Engagement Strategy for Crown land.
The Department of Justice is seeking submissions for the review of the Terrorism (Police Powers) Act 2002.
The Office of Environment and Heritage invites feedback on draft management plans for the commercial use of protected plants.
Local Land Services is developing its first Reconciliation Action Plan and is seeking community input.
The Aboriginal Housing Company is seeking approval to construct a 24-storey student accommodation building within Precinct Three of the Pemulwuy Project.
The Office of Environment & Heritage is changing the way Aboriginal cultural heritage is conserved and managed in NSW and is seeking feedback on the proposed new system.