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5th December 2018
Thirty bilbies have been released in a specially fenced area of Pilliga State Conservation Area to reduce their risk of extinction.
3rd December 2018
Taronga Zoo’s endangered animals breeding program has been boosted by the birth of two Echidna puggles.
The first state-wide donor human milk bank will give premature babies a better chance of fighting off life-threatening infections and disease.
One year in, Return and Earn has recycled one billion drink containers and led to a record reduction in litter volume across NSW.
30th November 2018
More than 140,000 motorists from Sydney’s Eastern Beaches can now participate in the digital driver licence trial.
Police & Justice
Sex offenders released on parole will be forced to wear ankle bracelets so that they can be electronically monitored around the clock.
28th November 2018
A major overhaul of the forensic mental health system gives victims more support after a defendant is found unfit to be tried or not guilty by reason of mental illness.
Living in NSW
27th November 2018
Households could save hundreds of dollars on their energy bills through the Energy Switch program.
Under the new changes, the default duration of Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders (ADVOs) will double and the new strangulation offence carries a five year prison term.
26th November 2018
Customers catching a train on the Opal network can now choose to tap on and off with their credit or debit card for the same cost as their Opal card fare.
Over 900 schools across the state will have new air conditioning systems installed in their classrooms and libraries.
22nd November 2018
Under tough new laws, cyberbullies could face up to five years prison time for sending abusive emails or posting hurtful messages.
Family & Community Services
New laws make retirement villages more transparent and accountable and puts power back in the hands of retirees and their families.
Arts & Culture
21st November 2018
The $344 million Sydney Modern expansion of the Art Gallery of NSW has received planning approval to nearly double the exhibition space.
20th November 2018
From 31 January 2019 motorists will be given a ten minute grace period for parking fines after paying for at least one hour of parking and receiving a physical ticket or coupon.
An extra 1500 NSW police officers will be recruited over the next four years to keep communities safe – the biggest increase in the NSW Police Force in over 30 years.
19th November 2018
A program that supports children and young people through the court process will be available in Sydney and Newcastle until 2022.
15th November 2018
New laws provide stronger protections around disclosures, cooling off periods, deposits and sunset clauses for buyers purchasing residential properties off-the-plan.