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  • Minister, Katrina Hodgkinson and John Sidoti holding a box of cherries

    23rd December 2013

    *NSW Primary Industries Minister, Katrina Hodgkinson, and Member for Drummoyne, John Sidoti, have this morning met with cherry growers at the Sydney Markets at Flemington and urged consumers to support the NSW industry this Christmas.*

  • Tradesman installing tiles

    20th December 2013

    *The NSW Government is introducing planning changes that will save businesses $76 million a year and make it easier for homeowners to make small renovations.*

  • Cyclists in city landscape

    20th December 2013

    *Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian announced that the state government would complete a critical missing cycleway link along the Parramatta River, as plans were released to outline bike and walking networks across Sydney.*

  • Busy Sydney city landscape

    20th December 2013

    *The NSW Government today released the final City Centre Access Strategy for Sydney, the state’s first detailed plan showing how people will enter, exit and move in and around the CBD over the next 20 years.*

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    20th December 2013

    *The Federal and New South Wales governments have signed a new bilateral agreement to create a single environmental assessment process.*

  • Premier O'Farrell at opening Parramatta Service NSW Centre

    20th December 2013

    *NSW Premier and Minister for Western Sydney Barry O’Farrell officially opened the Service NSW one-stop shop at Parramatta, which is making it easier for local residents and businesses to carry out NSW Government transactions.*

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    19th December 2013

    *The NSW Government is getting on with the job of delivering the $8.3 billion North West Rail Link, with the awarding of a major contract to build the skytrain section of this essential project, NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian announced.*

  • Team of surgeons in operating theatre

    19th December 2013

    *Health Minister Jillian Skinner has welcomed the NSW Auditor-General’s report into health which recognises patient treatment times have been maintained or improved despite an increase in presentations.*

  • New train station being constructed

    19th December 2013

    *A vast increase in transport services and air-conditioned trains, significant road upgrades, sustained progress building the North West and South West rail links, the resurgence of light rail and the Opal rollout have highlighted the first year since the release of the Long Term Transport Manster Plan[/sites/default/files/long-term-transport-master_plan_first-annual-update.pdf].*

  • road with congested travel

    18th December 2013

    *Minister for Roads Duncan Gay urged motorists to plan their Christmas and New Year holiday road trips, with heavy traffic expected on main roads and highways across the state, many of which have been improved since last Christmas.*

  • busy Sydney beach

    18th December 2013

    *NSW is still the favourite Australian destination both for domestic and international visitors, demonstrating the success of Government’s tourism strategy, Minister for Tourism and Major Events, George Souris announced.*

  • bbq grill on lawn

    18th December 2013

    *With the warm weather upon us NSW Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson is encouraging everyone to follow a few simple tips to ensure food safety this summer.*

  • Students in exam room

    17th December 2013

    *From 6 am on Wednesday, 18 December, HSC students will be able to access their results via two methods – online or SMS. Principals can also access their students’ HSC results via Schools Online.*

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    17th December 2013

    *Transport for NSW announced the NSW Government will launch a Plan B Bus to provide a cheap and frequent one-way service between Kings Cross, Town Hall and Central as part of a campaign to improve late night transport from Kings Cross.*

  • Cars on congested road

    16th December 2013

    *NSW Premier and Minister for Western Sydney Barry O’Farrell announced the start of major building work on the final stage of James Ruse Drive upgrade – a key congestion-busting project under the NSW Government’s $246 million pinch point program.*

  • Word "liquor" in neon lights on wall

    16th December 2013

    *The NSW Government will consider a raft of recommendations following the release of the independent report into the five-year statutory review of the State's liquor laws, Minister for Hospitality, George Souris, said.*

  • Car crashed into a tree at night

    13th December 2013

    *Minister for Roads Duncan Gay launched a new road safety campaign Don’t Trust Your Tired Self which highlights the serious risks of driving tired.*

  • Ocean freighter in port

    13th December 2013

    *NSW Treasurer Mike Baird said he was pleased with the response from potential bidders for the long-term lease of the Port of Newcastle following the close of Expressions of Interest.*

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