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21st February 2014
Cancer researchers will be able to explore new ways to prevent, detect, treat and better manage cancer thanks to a $15.5 million NSW Government grant.
Police & Justice
Minister for Police and Emergency Services Michael Gallacher today said that Police will be working closely with the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing as the Government rolls out its latest measures on Monday to tackle drug and alcohol-fuelled violence.
Sydney’s Queen Mary building will undergo a refurbishment to provide much needed additional student accommodation.
20th February 2014
Major work started today on the $780 million 22 kilometre upgrade of the Pacific Highway from Nambucca Heads to Urunga.
Women will have access to enhanced screening services, and extended hours, at the new BreastScreen NSW screening centre in the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital.
Businesses wanting to reduce their environmental footprint can apply for the first round of NSW Government recycling grants, worth $15 million.
A $48 million upgrade to the Bells Line of Road has begun in Bilpin, which will benefit drivers travelling between Sydney and the central west of NSW.
NSW Minister for Primary Industries, Katrina Hodgkinson, and Member for Port Macquarie, Leslie Williams, have today announced that a new $900,000 offshore artificial reef will be built off the coast from Port Macquarie.
18th February 2014
Health Minister Jillian Skinner has officially opened the $2 million state-of-the-art Bicentennial Eye Clinic at Sydney Hospital.
*Business Events Sydney have secured seven international events for the yet to be completed venue, worth almost $50 million to the state economy.*
*NSW Treasurer Mike Baird and NSW Minister for Roads and Ports Duncan Gay reject media claims of inefficiency in Government infrastructure spending.*
17th February 2014
*Fourteen bridges along the South West Rail Link between Glenfield and Leppington are complete, marking another important milestone in the major infrastructure project.*
Sport & Recreation
*Tickets are on sale for the ICC Cricket World Cup, which returns to Australia next year for the first time in 23 years.*
Family & Community Services
*It Stops Here Domestic Violence Framework introduces new approach to domestic violence prevention.*
14th February 2014
*NSW’s additional 8,400 jobs led the nation’s employment growth in January, according to recent Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Labour Force Figures.*
A new research position at the Cowra Agricultural Research and Advisory Station has strengthened the State’s ability to deliver consumer-focussed science to the red meat industry, said the NSW Minister for Primary Industries, Katrina Hodgkinson.
13th February 2014
*Critical infrastructure projects in NSW could see a boost in resources, following the NSW Government’s announcement of plans to sell Macquarie Generation to AGL Energy.*
Arts & Culture
*Thousands of screens worldwide will witness NSW’s talented film industry as The Lego Movie begins to roll out globally.*