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26th November 2018
Over 900 schools across the state will have new air conditioning systems installed in their classrooms and libraries.
Police & Justice
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.
Living in NSW
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.
More than 50 school executives took part in the first Aspiring Principals Leadership program, focussing on educational leadership instead of school administration.
14th November 2018
Simply Cups aims to recycle 11 million coffee cups into benches and parking kerbs with help from the Circulate grant program.
The Justice of the Peace website will be upgraded to make it easier for users to find details on when and where a Justice of the Peace (JP) is available and what languages they speak.
The NSW Government is introducing the toughest laws in Australia for people who conceal child abuse offences.
13th November 2018
Two new grants will help councils plant more trees and create inclusive playgrounds for people of all ages, abilities and needs.
Sport & Recreation
12th November 2018
Shoosh for Kids awareness week is a reminder to community members, spectators and athletes that there is no place for negative comments in local sport.
Public sector employees have been recognised at the 2018 Premier’s Awards for Public Service.
9th November 2018
Communities are invited to celebrate the 2019 NSW Seniors Festival with music, art, sporting and health events.
Australian Defence Force veterans will have assistance in their transition to civilian life with free TAFE courses and a program to help them find work.
7th November 2018
In the first half of 2018, apprenticeship enrolments in NSW increased by 16 per cent as more students realise vocational education leads to rewarding careers.