Skip to content
Skip to listing

News



Filter by Date


Region


Topics


Jump back to filters

News

Currently showing 1333-1350 out of 1505 results

  • Ministers engaging with audience in Community Cabinet meeting

    10th January 2014

    *Minister for the Hunter, George Souris, and Member for Maitland, Robyn Parker, today announced the NSW Government would host the first Community Cabinet meeting for 2014 in Maitland.*

  • Sydney city landscape at night

    8th January 2014

    *Hundreds of thousands of locals and visitors are expected to celebrate Sydney Festival 2014 which begins tomorrow and runs until Australia Day, 26 January.*

  • Busy Kings Cross intersection

    8th January 2014

    *Hospitality Minister George Souris and Police Minister Michael Gallacher today welcomed the issuing of the first two long-term banning orders in Kings Cross.*

  • Damaged car from road accident

    7th January 2014

    *Minister for Roads Duncan Gay has confirmed the 2013 NSW road toll is the lowest since 1924.*

  • aerial view of Port Kembla

    2nd January 2014

    *The NSW Government’s dedicated infrastructure fund, Restart NSW, has received a boost of nearly a quarter of a billion dollars, Treasurer Mike Baird announced.*

  • Group of children sitting around minister

    27th December 2013

    *Minister for Citizenship and Communities Victor Dominello has released a report, capturing the views of hundreds of children and young people, NGOs and youth policy experts, which will inform a new model for child and youth advocacy in NSW.*

  • Minister Jillian Skinner in front of Testing HIV van

    24th December 2013

    *Health Minister Jillian Skinner today welcomed the removal of a regulatory barrier which prevents some HIV positive people accessing antiretroviral treatment.*

  • Christmas food

    24th December 2013

    *Food is at the heart of many Christmas celebrations and Environment Minister Robyn Parker today encouraged families to help reduce food waste this Christmas.*

  • Woman of the Year

    23rd December 2013

    *Nominations are now open for the 2014 NSW Women of the Year Awards. This is a great way for our communities to recognise the inspirational women in our lives by nominating them for an award.*

  • 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.*

  • null

    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.*

  • Placeholder

    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].*

Top of page