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  • Artist impression of the Martin Place metro tunnel

    14th October 2019

    Sydney’s new twin metro railway tunnels are now 70% complete after Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) Nancy reached Martin Place, 28 metres under the CBD.

  • The Great West Walk walking trail

    14th October 2019

    A new 65-kilometre walking trail has opened in Western Sydney, the first-ever continuous walking trail from Parramatta to the Blue Mountains.

  • People walking in front of Sydney tram

    10th October 2019

    Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians are reminded to be alert as testing ramps up on Sydney’s light rail corridor, ahead of commuter services commencing in December 2019.

  • A bilby after release in NSW

    10th October 2019

    Bilbies have been reintroduced to the Mallee Cliffs National Park for the first time in 100 years.

  • East entrance to the new Sydney Fish Markets

    10th October 2019

    Pyrmont and the Western Harbour precinct will be transformed into the next jobs hub and economic driver of Sydney under a NSW Government plan to revitalise the key inner-city precinct.

  • Cornfield Dubbo NSW

    10th October 2019

    NSW landowners can access funds to complete water infrastructure following the expansion of the Australian Government’s Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme (EWIRS).

  • Artist impression of Sydney Fish Market

    5th October 2019

    Pyrmont and the Western Harbour precinct will be transformed into the next jobs hub and economic driver of Sydney under a NSW Government plan to revitalise the key inner-city precinct.

  • Wind farm in Taralga NSW Australia.

    2nd October 2019

    Grants totalling $7.1 million have been awarded to 10 projects to help meet future energy needs in NSW.

  • Storm damage to house at Tocumwal NSW

    2nd October 2019

    While the NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is equipped to deal with natural disasters, communities across NSW are still urged to stay safe and be prepared for destructive winds, heavy rain, flash flooding and hailstones this storm season.

  • Installing LEDs in NSW

    1st October 2019

    Street lights across NSW will be replaced with LEDs, reducing energy use and operating costs.

  • Artist's impression of the transformed TAFE NSW Meadowbank

    30th September 2019

    Thousands of students will be able to study at the state's first technology-focussed TAFE NSW campus in the Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct from 2022.

  • Ismay Reserve in Homebush NSW

    30th September 2019

    An unused corridor in Sydney’s west has transformed into a new recreation and green space for the local community.

  • A senior couple booking tickets online

    26th September 2019

    New transport services will provide customers living in regional NSW with more flexibility and choice.

  • Sydney Fish Market Promenade

    26th September 2019

    The new Sydney Fish Market is set to be a world-class food and dining attraction on Sydney’s inner harbour.

  • Hands holding prison bars

    26th September 2019

    A new 1700-bed correctional centre with modern built-for-purpose facilities and a focus on rehabilitation will operate in Clarence by mid-2020, as part of the NSW Government’s $3.8 billion prison expansion program.

  • Family enjoying in the front yard at home on a sunny day kids are running with their dog and parents are in the background

    26th September 2019

    The share of first home buyers entering the property market has increased by 10 per cent since the NSW Government introduced its housing affordability package in 2017.

  • A male tennis player serving

    19th September 2019

    Some of the world’s best tennis players, including Roger Federer and Andy Murray, will head to Sydney in January 2020 to compete in the inaugural ATP Cup.

  • RBT testing in Burwood NSW

    19th September 2019

    Motorists who do not follow the new speed limits to protect emergency service workers, will lose three demerit points and be fined $457.

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