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30th October 2013
*NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Minister for Finance and Services Andrew Constance announced a further reduction to WorkCover premiums while confirming the scheme is now back in the black for the first time since 2008.*
Family & Community Services
The NSW Swimming Pool Register is currently experiencing exceptionally high traffic and associated delays. Please continue to try to register your pool or spa online during this period.
The NSW Government has welcomed the passage of the new Planning Bills through the Legislative Assembly, the first step towards a world class planning system which balances social, economic and environmental considerations while delivering the housing and infrastructure NSW needs.
NSW Treasurer Mike Baird today welcomed the final Budget result for 2012-13 of a $239 million surplus.
Police & Justice
*NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell announced legislation would be introduced to Parliament to give Police clear and effective arrest powers to protect the community.*
25th October 2013
*The NSW Government is offering further practical assistance to residents and businesses affected by the bush fire crisis – with registration charges refunded for destroyed vehicles and fees waived to replace driver licences and other documents lost in the fires.*
23rd October 2013
*Bathurst Regional Council will take home a sculpture from this year's Sculpture by the Sea, thanks to a $20,000 grant from the NSW Government, Minister for Tourism, Major Events and the Arts, George Souris, has announced.*
*NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell has announced residents in the Blue Mountains, the Hunter and Southern Highlands will not be charged for water used to defend their homes during the bush fire crisis.*
22nd October 2013
*NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Environment Minister Robyn Parker have announced further assistance for bush fire victims – with the NSW Government waiving its waste levy for all residents and businesses cleaning-up after the fires.*
21st October 2013
*A new primary school at Strathfield in Sydney’s inner-west is being named in honour of NSW Governor Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC CVO who leaves office next year, NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell and Education Minister Adrian Piccoli announced today.*
*Their Royal Highnesses, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark will visit Sydney this month to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Sydney Opera House.*
*State of emergency for NSW now revoked as of 30th October 2013.*
18th October 2013
*NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell said NSW Government agencies are providing a coordinated response to the current bush fire emergency to provide support to those in need.*
16th October 2013
*A project mentoring young veterans to share their stories was launched by the Minister for Citizenship and Communities Victor Dominello at North Bondi RSL Club.*
15th October 2013
*NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell has welcomed the arrival of the ‘Gypsy Lady’ firefighting Air-Crane to NSW, further bolstering the Rural Fire Service’s aerial water-bombing capability this summer.*
*Sydneysiders have only 500 days until the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 gets underway at the Sydney Cricket Ground, with South Africa talking on West Indies on Friday 27 February 2015.*
14th October 2013
*The Spring Cycle, proudly supported by Transport for NSW, will once again bring together 10,000 people to fill the streets with bicycles.*
11th October 2013
*Sydney will host Rotary International’s 105th annual convention on 1-4 June 2014, which is expected to attract more than 18,000 Rotary club members from over 150 countries while injecting an estimated $60.5 million into the local economy.*