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14th April 2014
NSW Government has announced plans to return up to 8 mammal species that have been extinct in the state for almost a century to national parks across NSW.
Customers can now use their Opal card to tap on and tap off 24 bus routes in northern Sydney’s Kuring-gai and Hornsby region.
11th April 2014
Washing and drying your hands correctly can help reduce the risk of food poisoning and food-borne illness, says NSW Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson.
The $39 million St George Hospital emergency department is nearing completion, and once finished will raise the standard of healthcare in Sydney’s St George district.
NSW’s network of international trade and investment offices has secured $500 million in foreign investment for the state during this financial year, according to the NSW Government’s latest Trade and Investment Report (April 2014).
Police & Justice
10th April 2014
To further communicate that drug and alcohol-fuelled violence can ruin lives, the NSW government is rolling out the next phase of its Danny Green ‘One Punch’ campaign.
NSW created the most jobs in Australia and experienced a significant drop in its unemployment rate last month, according to the latest ABS Labour Force figures.
8th April 2014
The NSW Government has announced reforms that are set to make taxis a safer, cheaper and more reliable experience for customers.
7th April 2014
As a key part of the NSW Government’s *Great Teaching, Inspired Learning* reforms, 8 new teaching mentors have been appointed to support beginning temporary teachers at 38 schools across NSW.
Transport for NSW has launched the Opal Card for children and young people, with all the familiar benefits of the existing adult Opal Card, at half the price.
Sport & Recreation
The ‘NSW Footy Facilities Fund’ will see the NSW Government and the NRL invest $1 million each into a funding program to support junior and senior Rugby League clubs upgrade or build new facilities.
4th April 2014
Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian has announced customers have taken more than one million free trips with their Opal card thanks to free travel rewards, as electronic ticketing goes live on another 52 train stations.
Mid North Coast Correctional Centre inmates are going back to school at a new state-of-the-art education centre designed to break down learning barriers and reduce the risk of reoffending.
Arts & Culture
Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Stoner and Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis have congratulated the team involved in the production of The Gods Of Wheat Street, a new television series set in the Northern Rivers region.
Travellers on Sydney’s ferries can look forward to more comfort and better reliability as 6 newly designed vessels begin operation in 2016.
3rd April 2014
Uninterrupted mobile phone coverage is available throughout Sydney’s trains, including the underground network.
The NSW Government is searching for world leading proposals to deliver the Central Barangaroo development - the final piece of the $6 billion Barangaroo precinct.
2nd April 2014
Minister for Health Jillian Skinner has marked the completion of the new multi-storey car park at the Blacktown campus of Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital.