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  • Woman holding Opal card

    10th February 2014

    NSW Premier and Minister for Western Sydney Barry O’Farrell and Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian today announced the Opal electronic ticketing card would be available to train customers in Western Sydney by the end of February.

  • Empty hospital beds in ward

    10th February 2014

    Health Minister Jillian Skinner said the NSW Government is on track to meet its pre-election commitment of 1,390 additional hospital beds by March 2015.  

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    10th February 2014

    Sydney’s iconic Sandstone Buildings have attracted strong interest from local and international investors, with 35 companies and consortiums participating in the Registrations of Interest phase.

  • Police Officers, Police Commissioner and Premier in front of Parkes Police Station

    7th February 2014

    *A $14 million police station has opened in Parkes to improve community safety and modernise resources to frontline police.*

  • Speed Adviser add used in vehicle

    7th February 2014

    New, free 'Speed Advisor' app set to help improve road safety around NSW schools.

  • Exterior of Hunter Hospital

    6th February 2014

    Health Minister Jillian Skinner today welcomed more than 200 graduate nurses and midwives who are beginning their careers with Hunter New England Local Health District this year.

  • Image depicting a group of Indian-Australians in traditional Hindi dress, carrying the Australian and Indian flags

    5th February 2014

    The NSW Government is inviting everyone to take part in Multicultural March, a month-long celebration of one of the State’s greatest assets – its cultural diversity.

  • New alcohol laws in place 24 February 2014

    5th February 2014

    Night-time revellers in Sydney’s CBD and Kings Cross areas should soon start seeing safer streets as strict measures targeting drug and alcohol fuelled violence begin 24 February.

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    4th February 2014

    Health services across NSW have received a major boost with a record number of graduate nurses taking up positions at NSW hospitals in early 2014. 

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    4th February 2014

    NSW Treasurer Mike Baird has moved to clarify confusion between the New Home Grant scheme and the First Home Owner Grant.

  • Electricity bill with $100 notes

    3rd February 2014

    *Households and businesses can look forward to a further easing in power costs from July, as the NSW Government’s reforms to the energy sector take hold, NSW Treasurer Mike Baird and Minister for Resources and Energy Anthony Roberts announced.*

  • Gavel sitting on a book

    3rd February 2014

    Refurbishments at the Manly Courthouse have made the court more easily accessible to the community, particularly to people with a disability, Attorney General Greg Smith SC and Member for Manly Mike Baird announced today.

  • Girl dancing at a concert

    3rd February 2014

    Minister for Tourism and Major Events, George Souris, today announced that 37 Regional Flagship Events will be supported by grants in 2014, following a $500,000 investment pledge by the NSW Government.

  • Train pulling into Redfern station

    31st January 2014

    *Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian has announced a lift would be built to Redfern Station platforms 6 and 7, making the station accessible to customers in wheelchairs and parents with prams for the first time.*

  • Australian money notes scattered

    30th January 2014

    *Minister for Finance and Services Andrew Constance is urging families and businesses to check if they are entitled to any of the “forgotten” millions of dollars held by the NSW Government. *

  • Passenger boarding Sydney bus

    30th January 2014

    *Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian has  announced the NSW Government would introduce more than 580 extra services per week along 12 bus routes serving customers in Sydney’s North West.*

  • Danny Green advertisement

    30th January 2014

    *A mandatory minimum eight year jail sentence for so-called one punch assaults will be in force from 1st February after Parliament today passed new laws to combat drug and alcohol-fuelled violence, NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell said today. *

  • TAFE students on campus

    30th January 2014

    *Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli has announced that TAFE NSW will offer a new initiative to help young people make informed decisions about which apprenticeship is right for them. *

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