Published 23rd March, 2017

In two years, our government has made major progress on delivering better services, building infrastructure and creating jobs. But we are committed to doing more. 

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

New South Wales has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

I am honoured to serve and represent all 7.5 million people of New South Wales. Our state has the strongest economy in the nation, and we are on track for a record surplus. This has not happened by accident; it has taken six years of hard work with important decisions. This great position allows us to invest billions of dollars back into our cities and regional areas, and improve the services that meet people’s needs and make it easier to work and enjoy life.

By listening to people across NSW, we are delivering where it is needed most. We have built new roads and hospitals, announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms and improved transport services, investing heavily in regional areas because we want everyone to receive their fair share of our state's success. The number of teachers, police and nurses continues to rise. We are focused on delivery, and that informs everything that we do in this state.

As we mark the second year since the March 2015 election, we have delivered on more than 200 of our election commitments.

Whether it be through the major developments such as the completion of a new hospital or local projects such as building a ramp at a community centre to improve accessibility, we have achieved outcomes that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

We have more to do, but it is our privilege to work for the NSW community.

Gladys Berejiklian
NSW Premier

What we have delivered so far

Select a NSW region in the map to see some of the commitments we've delivered so far.

Commitments for Central Coast

  • Expanded Brisbane Waters National Park in Gosford.

  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.

  • Gave $345,000 to Surf Life Saving in the Central Coast to upgrade technology and education programs.

  • Gave $60,000 to Gosford North Rotary Club for 'Save our Kids' youth suicide prevention.

  • Invested $25 million towards upgrades on Terrigal Road.

Commitments for Central West & Orana

  • Added 23.35 hectares of land known as ‘The Drip’ to Goulburn River National Park.

  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.

  • Gave $150,000 to extend Daffodil Cottage Cancer Service for outpatients of Bathurst Health Service.

  • Invested $1.05 million to upgrade the Dubbo Rail Triangle.

  • Provided a coach link from Orange to meet the Bathurst Bullet train, a service which reduces the return day trip journey by 30-45 minutes.

Commitments for Far West

  • Announced the appointment of WaterNSW to build, own and operate the 270 kilometre Murray to Broken Hill pipeline.

  • Completed the Regional Health Multipurpose Services facility in Walgett.

  • Expanded It Stops Here: Safer Pathways, a program to prevent domestic and family violence, to four new locations: Bankstown, Parramatta, Broken Hill and Tweed Heads.

  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.

  • Improved land management in Lightning Ridge and recognised the unique circumstances surrounding dual land use activities through the Volunteer Surrender Scheme.

Commitments for Hunter

  • Funded $250,000 as a grant to assist with facilitating the restoration of the Maitland Showground grandstand.

  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.

  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.

  • Gave $144,000 to Aberdeen Recreation Hub as part of ClubGrants.

  • Gave $18,226 for the Merriwa Sports Oval amenities block upgrade.

Commitments for Illawarra-Shoalhaven

  • Completed planning approvals for the Berry to Bomaderry upgrade.

  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.

  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.

  • Gave $5 million to fund a second linear accelerator at the Shoalhaven Cancer Care Centre.

  • Invested $1 million to fund noise barriers in Kiama.

Commitments for New England & North West

  • Contributed to the upgrade of Guyra to Ebor Road.

  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.

  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.

  • Gave $22,872 to the Quirindi Tennis Club for the upgrade of two synthetic grass courts.

  • Gave $300,000 to Tenterfield Shire Council to upgrade Plain Station Road south of Tabulam and $250,000 for works on Mt Lindesay Road.

Commitments for North Coast

  • Completed construction of $4 million HealthOne at Coraki.

  • Completed the dredging of five key North Coast waterways to restore accessibility and their health.

  • Expanded It Stops Here: Safer Pathways, a program to prevent domestic and family violence, to four new locations: Bankstown, Parramatta, Broken Hill and Tweed Heads.

  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.

  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.

Commitments for Riverina Murray

  • Completed the Regional Health Multipurpose Services facility in Holbrook.

  • Gave $4.4 million to upgrade the Wagga Wagga ambulance station.

  • Started construction of a $1.5 million for a new ambulance station at Coolamon.

  • Started work on Regional Multipurpose Services facilities at several locations, including Molong, Bonalbo, Coolah and Tocumwal.

Commitments for South East & Tablelands

  • Funded a $1 million upgrade to Jindabyne Central School.

  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.

  • Funded construction of a $1.2 new administration building for the West Goulburn Public School.

  • Gave $1.5 million to Batemans Bay Muddy Puddles, a not-for-profit group, to build an education therapy centre for children with disabilities.

Commitments for Sydney

  • Donated $10 million towards the construction of a new Ronald McDonald House to accommodate families in need while their children receive treatment at Westmead.

  • Expanded It Stops Here: Safer Pathways, a program to prevent domestic and family violence, to four new locations: Bankstown, Parramatta, Broken Hill and Tweed Heads.

  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.

  • Gave $10 million to the new Royal Far West Centre for Child Health and Learning for redevelopment of its medical services at Manly.

  • Investing another $5 million to progress the Beaches Link Tunnel under Military and Spit Roads.

Commitments for Western Sydney

  • Created the new Edmondson Regional Park – a valuable area of green space for fast-growing southwestern Sydney.

  • Expanded It Stops Here: Safer Pathways, a program to prevent domestic and family violence, to four new locations: Bankstown, Parramatta, Broken Hill and Tweed Heads.

  • Funded $200,000 to fix a number of maintenance issues at Bennett Road Public School.

  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.

  • Gave $2.3 million to establish a Centre for the Prevention of Harm to Children and Adolescents from Drugs and Alcohol at The Children's Hospital, Westmead.

Stronger Economy

New South Wales is the engine room of the Australian economy. Since 2011, the economy has turned around, with growth surging from 1.8 per cent to 3.5 per cent. The NSW Budget is in a strong position, moving from forecast deficits in 2011 of $2.4 billion in 2014-15 to current forecasts of $7.4 billion in surpluses over the next four years.

  • NSW has the lowest unemployment of any state in Australia, at 5.2 per cent in February, well below the rest of Australia at 5.9 per cent, and well below the other mainland states, with Queensland at 6.7 per cent, South Australia at 6.6 per cent, and Victoria at 6.1 per cent.
  • Since 2011, some 300,300 jobs have been added in NSW.
  • To help address housing affordability, housing approvals have also soared, with more homes built in Sydney in 2016 than in any time in almost half a century. The Department of Planning and Environment’s Metropolitan Housing Monitor recently showed 34,121 houses were completed in Greater Sydney in 2016, which is 25 per cent higher than in 2015 (27,348) and two-and-a-half times the number in 2010 (14,008).
  • NSW has also maintained its triple-A credit rating.
  • We opened the $1.5 billion International Convention Centre at Darling Harbour to attract major international conventions, creating jobs and providing a massive injection into the NSW economy.
  • The strength of the economy, combined with our asset recycling plan, is allowing us to progress with our ambitious infrastructure spend which is leading to improved services in health, education and other services.
Workers in the kitchen at Provisions Deli in South East NSW

Established a $2000 Small Business Employment Incentive to reward small businesses for every new employee hired in NSW.

Better Hospitals and Schools

Funds raised from the poles and wires transactions are being invested in world-class facilities for students and patients across the state.

  • Since 2015, five new hospitals have been opened. We've completed Byron Central Hospital on the north coast, Parkes Hospital in the central west and the South East Regional Hospital Bega. The new Wagga Wagga Hospital is operational as is Tamworth Hospital.
  • We’ve completed 11 hospital redevelopments and expansions: Kempsey District Hospital Redevelopment, Dubbo Hospital Redevelopment, Eurobodalla Renal and Oncology Units, Forbes Hospital Redevelopment, Shellharbour Ambulatory Care Expansion, Blacktown and Mt Druitt Hospital Redevelopment, Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment, Lismore Base Hospital Redevelopment, Wollongong Hospital Elective Surgery Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital Douglas Building, and The Bright Alliance building at Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney.
  • We’ve provided more places in classrooms. Since 2015 the NSW Government has announced funding for around 1100 new classrooms, providing more than 25,000 additional student places.
  • Since 2015, 15 new and relocated schools are either in construction or the design/planning stages, while 24 major upgrades are in construction or in the design/planning stages.
Students and their teacher in the Mount Austin High School school library in Wagga Wagga

Allocated $2.7 billion to invest in school facilities through the Innovative Education, Successful Students program.

Better Roads and Rail

We are undertaking the most ambitious infrastructure spending program in the state’s history, and are committed to spending $73.2 billion on infrastructure over four years.

  • Since 2015, 16 of our major infrastructure projects (with a combined total estimated value of $26 billion) have moved into delivery/commenced construction. These include Sydney Light Rail CBD and South East, WestConnex, NorthConnex and Newcastle Light Rail.
  • We have completed tunnelling for the Sydney Metro Northwest.
  • WestConnex, the 33 kilometre motorway which will widen and extend the M4 and M5 to form a continuous, free-flowing motorway from the west to the city, Sydney Airport and Port Botany, is underway. The King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade (part of WestConnex) has been completed. The widened M4 is scheduled to open in mid-2017.
  • Some $11.5 billion of the $20 billion Rebuilding NSW program has already been committed to a range of priority projects including the Fixing Country Roads program which provides targeted funding to local councils for road projects.
Kapooka Bridge

Delivered significant road safety benefits and improved freight efficiency by completing the $55m Kapooka Bridge project south of Wagga Wagga.

Better Services

In two years, we’ve worked to make it easier and quicker to access NSW services — whether it’s renewing your driver’s licence or accessing disability support.

  • We have increased the number of nurses, teachers and police. Between 2011 and early 2017, the number of nurses and midwives in the state has risen by 5,300 and there are 2,150 more doctors. There are 1,170 more police in our force and 3,800 more teachers in our schools.
  • Service NSW has been expanded to 75 centre sites across the state to deliver an improved one-stop service for government customers. And we’ve introduced Australia’s first digital licences — with more than 20,000 people signing up since they were introduced in late 2016.
  • The National Disability Insurance Scheme, a new way of providing support for people living with disability, which cater specifically to their individual needs, has begun operating in the following regional areas: Central Coast, Hunter New England, Nepean Blue Mountains and Southern NSW — in one case a year ahead of schedule.
A Service NSW team member helps a customer

Service NSW has been expanded to 75 sites across the state.

Safer Communities

We’ve taken practical steps to keep our community safe, whether it’s ensuring police are equipped with the best technology or cracking down on anti-social behaviour in public housing.

  • We’ve increased the number of police in our state by providing 1170 more officers. And we’re well on our way to the authorised strength target of 16,795 by 2019.
  • We’re being innovative in our approach. Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders are now also written in clearer language so perpetrators understand their conditions.
  • We’ve introduced tough new penalties to target the illegal firearm trade, including a 14-year penalty for the possession of a stolen firearm.
  • And we’ve trialled new technologies to help protect swimmers and surfers from shark attacks, with aerial surveillance allowing authorities to raise alerts to the public via the SharkSmart app when sharks are spotted in an area.
Woman holding up her hand, indicating stop

Invested an additional $237 million to reduce domestic violence across NSW. We increased domestic and family violence policy capability with 24 new domestic violence specialist police officers.

More for the Regions

We are committed to ensuring that our infrastructure program is not limited to major cities, but extends throughout the state. We are focused on making sure that all areas receive their fair share of the benefits of our strong economy.

  • The $4 billion program to upgrade the last 155 kilometre section of the Pacific Highway to four lanes is well underway, and we are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on upgrades to the Newell, Cobb, Mitchell, Snowy Mountains and Great Western highways.
  • Since 2015, we have completed three bridge replacements in country areas — including the $55 million Kapooka Bridge on the Olympic Highway — and one bridge upgrade on Carrathool Road Bridge across the Murrumbidgee River.
  • We have committed nearly $500 million to build a pipeline to secure Broken Hill's water supply forever.
  • We have announced the preferred builder and operator of the new Grafton correctional centre.
  • The government has committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW.
  • We have built a new ambulance station at Wagga Wagga, with three other new stations (Harden, Coolamon, and Griffith) and one refurbishment (Ardlethan) in progress.
  • We have opened four new multipurpose health services sites at Holbrook, Walgett, Hillston and Peak Hill. One additional site at Tocumwal is expected to be completed soon, with a further 10 identified in the election commitments.
  • We have opened five new hospitals and completed seven major hospital upgrades in regional NSW.
  • Former Australian Army Chief Lieutenant General Ken Gillespie has been appointed the NSW Government’s first Regional Infrastructure Coordinator to accelerate of the roll-out of infrastructure across the state.
A nurse looks after a patient at a NSW public Hospital

Opened five new hospitals and completed seven hospital upgrades across regional NSW.

NSW State: Growing over time

Since 2011, New South Wales has worked to spur economic growth, build infrastructure and create jobs. At the half-way point in this term of the NSW Government, the state is in a strong economic position.

2017
2011

Infrastructure Spend

Infrastructure_2017
$12.9b
Infrastructure_2011
$6.1b

Infrastructure Spend

Infrastructure_2017
$12.9b

Record capital spending of $73.3bn over four years, the most ambitious program in NSW’s history.

Economic Growth

Ecomony_2017
Growth
Economy_2011
Growth

Economic Growth

Ecomony_2017
Growth

In 2011, economic growth in NSW was sitting at 1.8%. It’s now at 3.5%. The state has transformed into an economic powerhouse, fuelling confidence across the community.

Government Debt*

Debt
$0
Debt
$20,000,000,000 *

Government Debt*

Debt
$0

In 2011, the forecast was for $20bn net debt. But since 2011, NSW has turned this around and debt is now virtually zero.

Jobs Growth

Jobs_2017
3.8m Jobs
Jobs_2011
3.5m Jobs

Jobs Growth

Jobs_2017
3.8m Jobs

Since 2011, 300,300 jobs have been added in NSW, accounting for almost 37% of new jobs across Australia in that time.

Housing Approvals^

Homes_2017
73,316 Homes
Homes_2011
36,013 Homes ^

Housing Approvals^

Homes_2017
73,316 Homes

In 2011, annual housing approvals were at 36,013. In 2016, there were 73,316 over the year.

  • * In 2011, net debt was forecast to be almost $20bn by June 2015; net debt is now virtually zero (0.08% of GSP at June 2017).

  • ^ Annual

What we are doing next?

Over the next four years we’re investing more than $73 billion in infrastructure. But investment must be shared in every regional centre, and with every community that needs it. Whether it’s upgrading local hospitals, funding regional tourism, improving dams or fixing local halls — we believe everyone deserves their fair share.

We are working on housing affordability because owning your own home shouldn’t be just a dream. Our working groups are developing strategies to help first-time home buyers into the market. New programs will increase housing supply, give key workers access to property at affordable prices, and locals the opportunity to buy before foreign investors. We are determined that for every hardworking person, home ownership can be a reality.

Our economic success means we can deliver more. New innovative programs will increase business opportunities and jobs for people who want to get ahead. We have plans to further improve our services, build on our skills and training programs, and deliver better funding to regional areas.

We’re Australia’s fastest growing economy and we’ll ensure the future benefits will be shared by all.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Expanded Brisbane Waters National Park in Gosford.
  • Funded $225,000 to Gosford City Council to go towards funding the amenities at McEvoy Park.
  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.
  • Gave $345,000 to Surf Life Saving in the Central Coast to upgrade technology and education programs.
  • Gave $60,000 to Gosford North Rotary Club for 'Save our Kids' youth suicide prevention.
  • Invested $127.6 million to lure more big ticket events to NSW, securing or retaining 155 events for NSW to date.
  • Invested $25 million towards upgrades on Terrigal Road.
  • Upgraded Brisbane Water Drive and Manns Road at West Gosford.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Added 23.35 hectares of land known as ‘The Drip’ to Goulburn River National Park.
  • Brought forward by one year the full NDIS for eligible people (those under the age of 18) in the Nepean/Blue Mountains area of Western Sydney.
  • Committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW. Round 1 will fix 795 mobile phone black spots and deliver 144 new or upgraded mobile base stations across the state.
  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.
  • Gave $150,000 to extend Daffodil Cottage Cancer Service for outpatients of Bathurst Health Service.
  • Invested $1.05 million to upgrade the Dubbo Rail Triangle.
  • Invested $127.6 million to lure more big ticket events to NSW, securing or retaining 155 events for NSW to date.
  • Provided a coach link from Orange to meet the Bathurst Bullet train, a service which reduces the return day trip journey by 30-45 minutes.
  • Reopened the Kirkconnell Correctional Centre near Bathurst following a complete upgrade.
  • Started providing viable pathways into education, training and employment for young people in regional areas as part of Reskilling NSW.
  • Started work on Regional Multipurpose Services facilities at several locations, including Molong, Bonalbo, Coolah and Tocumwal.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Announced the appointment of WaterNSW to build, own and operate the 270 kilometre Murray to Broken Hill pipeline.
  • Committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW. Round 1 will fix 795 mobile phone black spots and deliver 144 new or upgraded mobile base stations across the state.
  • Completed the Regional Health Multipurpose Services facility in Walgett.
  • Expanded It Stops Here: Safer Pathways, a program to prevent domestic and family violence, to four new locations: Bankstown, Parramatta, Broken Hill and Tweed Heads.
  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.
  • Improved land management in Lightning Ridge and recognised the unique circumstances surrounding dual land use activities through the Volunteer Surrender Scheme.
  • Secured funding to continue the Great Artesian Basin Sustainability Initiative Cap and Pipe the Bores Scheme.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW. Round 1 will fix 795 mobile phone black spots and deliver 144 new or upgraded mobile base stations across the state.
  • Committed $90,350 to Hunter Surf Life Saving to boost surf lifesaving technology for 13 clubs.
  • Funded $250,000 as a grant to assist with facilitating the restoration of the Maitland Showground grandstand.
  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.
  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.
  • Gave $13,500 to Merriwa Tennis Club to upgrade court lighting.
  • Gave $144,000 to Aberdeen Recreation Hub as part of ClubGrants.
  • Gave $18,226 for the Merriwa Sports Oval amenities block upgrade.
  • Gave $838,000 to Singleton Diggers Club for a power generator so the club can serve as an emergency evacuation centre.
  • Invested $127.6 million to lure more big ticket events to NSW, securing or retaining 155 events for NSW to date.
  • Opened five pedestrian-friendly crossings over the rail corridor in Newcastle CBD.
  • Ran a pilot program to use children's champions to support child witnesses during legal hearings and advise on appropriate questioning.
  • Ran a pilot program to use pre-recorded cross examinations of children to keep child witnesses out of court.
  • Started construction of the $18 million major upgrade of the John Hunter Children’s Hospital neonatal intensive care unit.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW. Round 1 will fix 795 mobile phone black spots and deliver 144 new or upgraded mobile base stations across the state.
  • Completed planning approvals for the Berry to Bomaderry upgrade.
  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.
  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.
  • Gave $5 million to fund a second linear accelerator at the Shoalhaven Cancer Care Centre.
  • Invested $1 million to fund noise barriers in Kiama.
  • Invested $127.6 million to lure more big ticket events to NSW, securing or retaining 155 events for NSW to date.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW. Round 1 will fix 795 mobile phone black spots and deliver 144 new or upgraded mobile base stations across the state.
  • Contributed to the upgrade of Guyra to Ebor Road.
  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.
  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.
  • Gave $22,872 to the Quirindi Tennis Club for the upgrade of two synthetic grass courts.
  • Gave $300,000 to Tenterfield Shire Council to upgrade Plain Station Road south of Tabulam and $250,000 for works on Mt Lindesay Road.
  • Gave $8620 to Liverpool Plains Shire Council for two cricket sight screens at Quirindi Oval.
  • Invested $1.8 million to fund a levee to assist floodplain management in Kyogle.
  • Provided additional support for public schools to partner with early childhood providers to co-locate facilities, establishing one demonstration site at Hillvue Public School and one in Sydney.
  • Started delivery of a $23 million program to enhance the NSW Government’s ability to map, monitor and protect groundwater resources across NSW.
  • Started providing viable pathways into education, training and employment for young people in regional areas as part of Reskilling NSW.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW. Round 1 will fix 795 mobile phone black spots and deliver 144 new or upgraded mobile base stations across the state.
  • Completed construction of $4 million HealthOne at Coraki.
  • Completed the dredging of five key North Coast waterways to restore accessibility and their health.
  • Expanded It Stops Here: Safer Pathways, a program to prevent domestic and family violence, to four new locations: Bankstown, Parramatta, Broken Hill and Tweed Heads.
  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.
  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.
  • Gave $240,000 to establish a comprehensive cochlear implant centre for adults in Port Macquarie.
  • Invested $1.8 million to fund a levee to assist floodplain management in Kyogle.
  • Invested $127.6 million to lure more big ticket events to NSW, securing or retaining 155 events for NSW to date.
  • Provided an additional 40 car parking spaces at Murwillumbah Hospital.
  • Started delivery of a $23 million program to enhance the NSW Government’s ability to map, monitor and protect groundwater resources across NSW.
  • Started providing viable pathways into education, training and employment for young people in regional areas as part of Reskilling NSW.
  • Started work on Regional Multipurpose Services facilities at several locations, including Molong, Bonalbo, Coolah and Tocumwal.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW. Round 1 will fix 795 mobile phone black spots and deliver 144 new or upgraded mobile base stations across the state.
  • Completed the Regional Health Multipurpose Services facility in Holbrook.
  • Gave $4.4 million to upgrade the Wagga Wagga ambulance station.
  • Started construction of a $1.5 million for a new ambulance station at Coolamon.
  • Started work on Regional Multipurpose Services facilities at several locations, including Molong, Bonalbo, Coolah and Tocumwal.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Committed $24 million of a $26 million program to eliminate some of the worst mobile phone black spots in rural NSW. Round 1 will fix 795 mobile phone black spots and deliver 144 new or upgraded mobile base stations across the state.
  • Funded $50,000 in funding for necessary studies for the proposed Moss Vale Sporting complex.
  • Funded $550,000 for the comprehensive redevelopment of shared recreation facilities at Murrumbateman Sporting Ground.
  • Funded a $1 million upgrade to Jindabyne Central School.
  • Funded a $4 million roll-out of an additional 100 tele-health sites across rural and regional areas.
  • Funded construction of a $1.2 new administration building for the West Goulburn Public School.
  • Gave $1.5 million to Batemans Bay Muddy Puddles, a not-for-profit group, to build an education therapy centre for children with disabilities.
  • Invested $127.6 million to lure more big ticket events to NSW, securing or retaining 155 events for NSW to date.
  • Provided $60,000 for renovations to the Queanbeyan Basketball Centre.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Assessed connections from Port Botany and Sydney Airport to WestConnex for road and rail freight.
  • Donated $10 million towards the construction of a new Ronald McDonald House to accommodate families in need while their children receive treatment at Westmead.
  • Expanded It Stops Here: Safer Pathways, a program to prevent domestic and family violence, to four new locations: Bankstown, Parramatta, Broken Hill and Tweed Heads.
  • Funded $500,000 to upgrade amenities at Centenary Park, Croydon, including new toilets and changing rooms.
  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.
  • Gave $1.5 million to upgrade and expand facilities at St George Cancer Care Centre.
  • Gave $10 million to the new Royal Far West Centre for Child Health and Learning for redevelopment of its medical services at Manly.
  • Invested $127.6 million to lure more big ticket events to NSW, securing or retaining 155 events for NSW to date.
  • Investing another $5 million to progress the Beaches Link Tunnel under Military and Spit Roads.
  • Made entry to the Powerhouse and Australian Museum free for children under 16.
  • Matched $150,000 raised by the school to upgrade a third science lab at Killarney Heights High School.
  • Provided lift access at platforms 6 and 7 at Redfern Station in Sydney.
  • Ran a pilot program to use children's champions to support child witnesses during legal hearings and advise on appropriate questioning.
  • Ran a pilot program to use pre-recorded cross examinations of children to keep child witnesses out of court.
  • Signed a new three-year lease with the Manly Community Centre for the Manly Public School.
  • Started providing viable pathways into education, training and employment for young people in regional areas as part of Reskilling NSW.
  • Upgraded more than $44,000 worth of sporting infrastructure at Loftus Oval, Evatt Park, Ash Road Prestons Ground and Gannons Park Peakhurst.
  • Upgraded Oatley station and built 100 new car parking spaces.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Added 200+ hectares to Wianamatta Regional Park to protect Western Sydney's resident emu population.
  • Brought forward by one year the full NDIS for eligible people (those under the age of 18) in the Nepean/Blue Mountains area of Western Sydney.
  • Built 400 car parking spaces at Holsworthy station.
  • Created the new Edmondson Regional Park – a valuable area of green space for fast-growing southwestern Sydney.
  • Expanded It Stops Here: Safer Pathways, a program to prevent domestic and family violence, to four new locations: Bankstown, Parramatta, Broken Hill and Tweed Heads.
  • Funded $200,000 to fix a number of maintenance issues at Bennett Road Public School.
  • Funded new ice stimulant treatment services in the Hunter New England, Illawarra-Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts.
  • Gave $2.3 million to establish a Centre for the Prevention of Harm to Children and Adolescents from Drugs and Alcohol at The Children's Hospital, Westmead.
  • Gave $200,000 to St Marys Community Health Centre for video conferencing facilities to allow clinicians to remotely consult with doctors or specialists at Nepean Hospital.
  • Gave $25,000 to the Horsley Park United Soccer Club to improve field condition.
  • Gave $25,000 to the St Clair United Soccer Club which was used to provide for a new training area at Mark Leece Sporting Complex.
  • Gave $30,000 to the St Clair 'Comets' Junior Rugby League Club for expansion and maintenance work at their sporting ground.
  • Gave a grant of $55,000 to Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre to assist with providing disability access.
  • Initiated a scoping study for the Spring Farm Link within 12 months. Study to be completed before late 2017.
  • Invested $127.6 million to lure more big ticket events to NSW, securing or retaining 155 events for NSW to date.
  • Re-opened parts of the Warragamba Dam to the public on weekends and public holidays.

How we are tracking on our commitments?

  • Abolished all public patient co-payments for the s100 Highly Specialised Drugs needed to treat cancer and other chronic illnesses.
  • Allocated $2.7 billion to invest in school facilities through the Innovative Education, Successful Students program.
  • Amended regulations so that community pharmacists can now administer flu vaccines.
  • Appointed an inaugural NSW Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
  • Appointed Andrew Tink to undertake a detailed review of police oversight to eliminate duplication and increase transparency and accountability.
  • Appointed Professor Allan Fels as the NSW Electricity Price Commissioner.
  • Awarded 16 ‘Bush Connect’ grants valued at $8 million for the next phase of the Great Eastern Ranges conservation initiative.
  • Awarded contracts for the first phase of the $1.1 billion Social and Affordable Housing Fund.
  • Banned the sale of e-cigarettes and related products, including all e-liquids, to anyone aged under 18.
  • Boosted the state’s investment attraction schemes by $32 million to attract businesses from interstate and overseas to NSW.
  • Committed $4 million in additional resources for Local Land Services.
  • Committed an additional $15 million for Landcare to help fund regional Landcare facilitators and central statewide support.
  • Conducted a three-month car share trial for the NSW Government.
  • Continued to provide $200,000 per annum for summer aerial patrols and $30,000 per annum for grants to local councils to fund shark spotting measures.
  • Cracked down on anti-social behaviour by enhancing measures for Families and Community Services to respond to fraudulent activity in public housing.
  • Cracked down on anti-social behaviour by introducing 12-month probationary leases for public housing tenancies of longer than two years.
  • Cracked down on anti-social behaviour by introducing a one-strike policy for those who seriously breach their public housing tenancy agreement.
  • Cracked down on anti-social behaviour by introducing confidential Neighbour Impact Statements to take into account the bad behaviour of tenants on neighbours.
  • Cracked down on real estate agents underquoting, including by requiring all property advertisements mentioning a price to offer an actual dollar price or range.
  • Developed a new NSW Health eHealth Strategic Plan.
  • Developed a ‘Right to Farm’ policy to help drive development and productivity in the agricultural sector.
  • Donated $3.935 million for the establishment of the John Monash Foundation postgraduate scholarship.
  • Enhanced subsidies and simplified claims processes for the Isolated Patient Travel and Accommodation Assistance Scheme.
  • Established a $2000 Small Business Employment Incentive to reward small businesses for every new employee hired.
  • Established a biosecurity advisory committee.
  • Established a Newsagents Assistance Fund of $15 million to assist lottery agencies to fund new fit-outs required by the new franchise agreements.
  • Established a NSW Centre for Medicinal Cannabis Research and Innovation.
  • Established a Parliamentary Inquiry into the regulation of brothels across NSW.
  • Established a taskforce made up of victims groups and NSW Justice, Health and Police officials to examine mandatory anti-libidinal treatment as a sentencing option.
  • Established The Institute of Open Adoptions Studies.
  • Expanded Service NSW.
  • Extended funding to the Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association of NSW, the Council on the Ageing NSW, the Aged Care Rights Service and the Older Women’s Network for an additional 12 months until 30 June 2017.
  • Extended the $5,000 Jobs Action Plan payroll tax rebates for four more years.
  • Extended the energy rebate scheme to include gas bills; rolled out a $90 gas rebate to help 290,000 low income households and other measures.
  • Extended the Petroleum Exploration Licence (PEL) buy-back scheme under the NSW Gas Plan.
  • Extra money has been committed to accelerate procurement of the new regional rail XPT fleet and explore opportunities to replace the XPLORER and Endeavour trains.
  • Funded $32 million for community-based palliative care services, including a new $12 million flexible funding pool for local health districts and $20 million to continue home-based palliative care packages.
  • Funded the $35 million Living Well: A strategic plan for mental health reform in NSW 2014-2024.
  • Funded the extension of the flying fox netting subsidy program.
  • Gave $17 million from Restart NSW to address mine subsistence.
  • Gave $3 million to Foodbank NSW, Australia’s largest hunger relief charity, for a new distribution centre.
  • Gave $4.9 million to expand HealtheNet, providing immediate and state-wide access to a secure, consolidated summary of a patient’s health information to clinicians in all NSW Local Health Districts.
  • Gave a further $250,000 for early intervention services for deaf children to the Shepherd Centre, Casula.
  • Gave a one-off grant of $1 million to Life Education Australia to deliver preventative drug and health education to NSW school children.
  • Gave an extra $7.7 million to EnableNSW to reduce wait times for aids and equipment in patients’ homes.
  • Guaranteed an internship placements for all domestic medical graduates from NSW universities.
  • Halved the threshold for charging dealers with possessing large commercial quantities of ice for supply.
  • Held a roundtable on young farmer finance.
  • Hosted, in collaboration with the Australian Government, a summit on commercial multi-peril insurance for the cropping sector.
  • Implemented 10 NSW Government procurement savings to be realised over four years.
  • Implemented a 1.5 per cent efficiency dividend to achieve over four years as part of the 2015-2016 Budget.
  • Improved the ability to confiscate property used in serious criminal activity.
  • Increased domestic and family violence police capability with 24 new domestic violence specialist police officers.
  • Increased the maximum penalty for sexual intercourse with a child under 10 from 25 years to life imprisonment and added an additional 13 child sexual assault offences in the standard non-parole period scheme.
  • Introduced a pilot program using specialist judges to deal with child sexual assaults.
  • Introduced a three-strikes policy to crack down on anti-social behaviour breaches in public housing.
  • Introduced five additional firearms offences to the Standard Non-Parole Period (SNPP) scheme, with the proposed new SNPPs higher than the average.
  • Introduced legislation to protect the title ‘paramedic’ in NSW.
  • Introduced legislation to protect workers and prosecute illegal protestors on mining sites.
  • Introduced reforms to allow for imprisonment for up to five years for dealing with property suspected of being proceeds of crime.
  • Introduced the SharkSmart app to raise alerts when sharks are spotted on aerial surveillance.
  • Invested $20 million to improve customer safety and security at more than 40 train stations across NSW.
  • Invested $3.5 million for eHealth initiatives to enhance Hospital in the Home in rural areas.
  • Invested $4 million over four years to deliver a specialised program to further strengthen existing child protection education measures in NSW schools.
  • Invested $40 million for 380 bike and walking path projects across NSW.
  • Invested an additional $16 million in successful preventative health programs to reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
  • Launched a one-year trial of a $15 discount on Multi-Park and All-Park entry passes to National Parks when families renewed their car registrations.
  • Made additional loan funding of $104 million available to the Asbestos Injuries Compensation Fund.
  • Made property sales data available for free, including the summary of sales by street and suburb.
  • Made the online reporting of the sale of pseudoephedrine mandatory to combat the drug ice.
  • Maintained funding for NSW Women's Health Centres and ensured they were not subject to contestability, under NSW Partnerships for Health.
  • Pensioners and seniors continue to receive cheap transport fares.
  • Provided $10.5 million in funding to Lifeline over four years.
  • Provided $343 million for a three-year extension on concessions for seniors including discounted public transport, cheaper energy and water bills, council rates and vehicle registration.
  • Provided $4.674 million in funding to the Victims’ Compensation Scheme in 2014-15.
  • Provided 19 new Community Renewable Energy Grants.
  • Provided 381 schools with funding for well-being services through the Supported Students, Successful Students package.
  • Provided equipment for surf lifesaving clubs to better protect surfers and swimmers against shark attack.
  • Provided more than 40,000 work placements for HSC VET students from government schools.
  • Ran annual Gone Fishing Days to promote the benefits of fishing to the community.
  • Ran community education sessions on the drug ice.
  • Redesigned the Chronic Disease Management Plan to foster new partnerships between local health districts, general practitioners and hospital specialty teams. To be rolled out in 2017–18.
  • Reserved $300 million for the Regional Growth Environment and Tourism Fund.
  • Reserved $600 million under Rebuilding NSW for the Sports Stadia Infrastructure program. Western Sydney Stadium early construction to scheduled to commence April 2017.
  • Reviewed and amended the Mining State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) to provide a more balanced framework for decision making.
  • Reviewed the finances of the Workers Compensation Scheme to invest more money in supporting injured workers to return to work and give money back to businesses in the form of lower premiums.
  • Rolled out technology trials aimed at preventing shark attacks.
  • Started providing fee-free scholarships for concession-eligible 15-30 year olds to undertake government-subsidised vocational education and training certificate courses.
  • Streamlined and discounted pet registrations for all cats and dogs obtained from pounds and shelters to reduce pet euthanasia rates.
  • Streamlined and discounted pet registrations, by replacing the paper-based registration system with a one-step online register.
Published 23rd March, 2017