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Police & Justice
7th July 2013
*Minister for Hospitality, George Souris, said today the implementation of the Kings Cross Plan of Management has so far been a success with a one third drop in the number of violent incidents in licensed premises.*
5th July 2013
*NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell said it would soon be much easier for residents and businesses to complete a range of NSW Government transactions – with the first of the new Service NSW ‘One Stop Shops’ set to open in July.*
4th July 2013
NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell today announced the NSW Government has conditionally accepted the recommendation of the independent steering committee to progress to Stage 3 Crown Limited’s unsolicited proposal to develop a VIP gaming facility at Barangaroo.
3rd July 2013
*Minister for Police and Emergency Services Michael Gallacher has today launched the start of a trial of sobering up cells to combat drunken violence on our city streets.*
2nd July 2013
*A Community Cabinet meeting was held at Western Sydney on Monday 1 July at Penrith Panthers.*
Family & Community Services
1st July 2013
*NSW Minister for Disability Services Andrew Constance was on hand today to launch the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the Hunter, marking a new era in disability support.*
Business and Economy
18th June 2013
*The NSW 2013-14 Budget consolidates the rewards of tough decisions and reforms undertaken over the past two years to secure the future for NSW, Premier Barry O’Farrell and Treasurer Mike Baird said today.*
13th June 2013
*Health Minister Jillian Skinner and Treasurer Mike Baird today inspected early works on the state’s largest hospital building project as Mr Baird prepares to hand down a budget containing $1.2 billion in health capital works.*
11th June 2013
*NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell, Treasurer Mike Baird and Roads Minister Duncan Gay today announced an acceleration of the school zone flashing lights program, to ensure every school in NSW has a set of flashing lights by December 2015.*
3rd June 2013
*Unvaccinated children will face exclusion from child care facilities under new laws to be introduced by the NSW Government.*
2nd June 2013
*The days of queuing for a transport ticket will soon be a thing of the past after Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian today announced the start of electronic ticketing on trains.*
30th May 2013
*Premier Barry O’Farrell has welcomed billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates in the NSW Government’s fight against HIV AIDS.*
29th May 2013
*NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner today announced the NSW Government has secured CeBIT Australia, the Asia Pacific arm of the world’s largest trade fair, in Sydney for 2014-16.*
28th May 2013
*More homes were built in Sydney in the first nine months of this financial year than in the entire previous financial year, according to new figures released by the NSW Government.*
24th May 2013
The lighting of the Sydney Opera House sails heralded the start of Vivid Sydney 2013, the annual festival of light, music and ideas, making the city a canvas of creativity, from 6pm to midnight every night, 24 May – 10 June.
The Minister for Transport announced the NSW Government will deliver brand new vessels, wharves and extra services starting from this year as part of a program to modernise Sydney’s iconic ferries.
13th May 2013
NSW Health has called on the community to seek a better understanding of schizophrenia and its impacts on those it affects during Schizophrenia Awareness Week.
1st May 2013
The NSW Government has announced 167,000 employers will benefit from an average reduction to WorkCover premiums of 7.5 per cent, saving them more than $200 million a year.