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The NSW Government has committed to invest in communications infrastructure and deliver improved regional voice and data connectivity.
The Department of Planning and Environment is seeking feedback on the proposed legislative change to Pasminco Cockle Creek smelter in Lake Macquarie.
The Department of Industry – Water invites feedback on the draft Floodplain Management Plan for the Macquarie Valley Floodplain 2018.
The NSW Department of Industry is seeking feedback on the proposed remake of the Border Fence Maintenance Regulation 2009.
The Department of Premier and Cabinet is seeking feedback on the proposed amendments to the Government Advertising Regulation 2012.
Roads and Maritime Services is extending the existing weekday clearway hours and introducing new weekend clearways on Old South Head Road between Syd Einfeld Drive, Bondi Junction and Curlewis Street, Bondi.
The NSW Government is planning to replace Camp Street Bridge over Lake Forbes to improve safety for road users and help reduce future maintenance costs.
The Department of Planning and Environment is seeking feedback on the State Significant Development Application for Sydney Metro Tallawong Station Precinct South.
National Parks and Wildlife Service is seeking feedback on the draft plan of management and draft master plan for Kamay Botany Bay National Park.
NSW Fair Trading is seeking feedback on the law that regulates community land management.
Liquor & Gaming NSW is seeking feedback on the proposed changes to the Liquor Regulation 2008.
Liquor & Gaming NSW is conducting a review of the Liquor Promotion Guidelines.