The ten-year plan to rebuild the music sector in NSW takes another important step forward as Sound NSW holds its first advisory board meeting of representatives from a cross-section of the industry.
As part of the NSW Government’s focus on road safety, all motorists driving on a foreign licence will now have a maximum of six months to convert to a NSW licence if they want to reside in the state and remain on the road.
Fourteen couples will tie the knot today on a date that comes around just once every 4 years, in special Leap Year ceremonies offered by the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
Dozens of new and upgraded public school and preschool facilities will be built under an innovative new program that employs modern methods of construction to deliver high quality, sustainable schools in a shorter timeframe while saving taxpayers millions of dollars.
The NSW Government is investing in a new training package for emergency services, with more than a dozen exercises to be delivered across the state this year.
The NSW Government’s first Community Cabinet meeting of 2024 will take place in Sydney’s south-west in East Hills on Friday, 15 March.
A world-first collaborative trial will see cutting-edge technology used by NSW Ambulance as part of the rapid assessment and triage of stroke patients as they are transported to hospital.
Dr Saranne Cooke has been appointed as the new Chair of Racing NSW, the first woman to hold the position, following a public expression of interest process.
More NSW children will have access to important wellbeing support at school as a result of the NSW Government committing $60 million over 4 years to continue the successful Wellbeing and Health In-reach Nurse (WHIN) Coordinator program.
Seniors across the state will have more opportunities to socialise and learn new skills thanks to $600,000 in grants from the NSW Government.