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  • Murray Crayfish

    2nd April 2014

    NSW Anglers are being urged to provide feedback on rules regulating the fishing of Murray Crayfish.

  • Drought affected rural setting

    2nd April 2014

    Farmers battling drought in New South Wales can now apply for an increased rebate for installing water infrastructure to supply their animals with emergency water needs.

  • Man in wheelchair on footpath

    2nd April 2014

    The NSW Government is encouraging people with a disability to apply for grants before the first round of disability funding closes 7 April 2014.

  • Dam in regional setting

    2nd April 2014

    NSW Minister for Primary Industries, Katrina Hodgkinson, has released the latest annual report card on water supply and sewerage performance in regional NSW.

  • Different groups of multi-cultural people

    2nd April 2014

    Walgett and Lightning Ridge district residents will have the opportunity to learn more about their rights and responsibilities during three days of Fair Trading events between 8 and 10 April.

  • Placeholder

    2nd April 2014

    The $8.3 billion North West Rail Link is approaching another milestone as work on the concreting factory that produces the link’s tunnel lining segments nears completion.

  • Zoofari accommodation at Taronga Western Plains Zoo

    1st April 2014

    Taronga Western Plains Zoo have opened 10 new African-inspired lodges at Zoofari Lodge, Dubbo; offering a unique luxury accommodation experience to customers.

  • Police Officers at public event

    31st March 2014

    From Monday 31 March, increased on-the-spot fines of up to $1100 will be handed out to anyone engaging in drunken or anti-social behaviour.

  • Woman painting with young woman overlooking

    31st March 2014

    March 31 2014 will mark the opening day of the NSW Carers Strategy Summit, where representatives from across the community are set to convene to discuss how best to support carers in NSW

  • Road sign with clearway times

    31st March 2014

    Motorists are advised new weekend clearways are in operation on Victoria Road at Rozelle between The Crescent and Iron Cove Bridge.

  • Ministers and other officials at construction site

    28th March 2014

    NSW’s hospital building boom is supporting more than 25,000 construction-related jobs, says NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Minister for Health Jillian Skinner.

  • Adult holding child's hand

    27th March 2014

    NSW Parliament has passed child protection legislation to help provide vulnerable children with more stable homes.

  • Court room

    26th March 2014

    The government is considering new legislation to allow the media to broadcast sentencing proceedings in criminal trials.

  • Commuter using Opal phone case

    26th March 2014

    Travellers can now use their Opal card to travel anywhere on the Sydney Trains network.

  • Staff working on coal seam gas site

    26th March 2014

    The NSW Government has frozen new Petroleum Exploration Licence Applications (PELAs) until 26 September 2014 to help establish a more comprehensive process. To explore for Coal Seam Gas, a proponent must apply for a Petroleum Exploration Licence.

  • Katrina Hodgkinson with award winners

    26th March 2014

    A natural resource management leader from Cumnock in Central West NSW has been named winner of the 2014 Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) NSW-ACT Rural Women's Award.

  • Ministers and other officials at building site

    25th March 2014

    Development of 88 new units and 39 car spaces has begun in a $33 million affordable housing program at North Eveleigh, due for completion in December 2014.

  • Performers onstage at Gala Concert

    25th March 2014

    NSW Government is celebrating the success of this year’s NSW Seniors Week. The 2014 version was the largest in its 56 year history, with 300,000 seniors participating in 900 events across the State.

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