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Family & Community Services

Funding boost to support domestic violence during COVID-19

26 May 2020

The NSW Government will provide $12.8 million to help victims seek support during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic to better protect women and children across the state. Funding for …


NSW transport staff help the return to school

25 May 2020

Additional Transport Officers, Security Officers and Marshalling Officers will help customers stay safe across the transport network as COVID-19 (coronavirus) restrictions start to ease.  …

Sport & Recreation

Almost 1000 grassroots sport projects share in $4.6 million boost

20 May 2020

Acting Minister for Sport Geoff Lee said 955 projects undertaken by 799 organisations across NSW have been awarded funding as part of the Local Sport Grants Program. “We are all looking…


Glenlee gets go ahead in Sydney’s South West

19 May 2020

Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes said the Glenlee proposals exemplify what urban renewal is all about – breathing new life and jobs into the Menangle Park area as the old industrial…


$160 million injection in North Sydney for more homes, parks and retail

19 May 2020

Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes said the green light to North Sydney Council’s rezoning proposals will see more than 500 new homes built in the suburb, as well as new retail outlets,…


Helping councils unlock billions in unspent infrastructure funds

19 May 2020

Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes said new legislative changes will provide councils with more flexibility to invest funds in vital community infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic…

Living in NSW

New pop up cycleways to help us get back to work and school

18 May 2020

These include six new pop up cycleways in key commuter areas across the city and new temporary safe speed limits to promote walking and cycling. “As the economy starts to open up again we face some…

Service NSW

NSW Government supporting international students through COVID-19

18 May 2020

Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Geoff Lee said helping international education meant helping the whole state of NSW.    “International students are an integral part of our…


Powering ahead on Transgrid project

18 May 2020

Energy Minister Matt Kean said the upgraded infrastructure will provide additional security of supply during peak demand periods.    “Parts of Sydney’s transmission and distribution…


$8.6 million to improve patients hospital experience

18 May 2020

Health Minister Brad Hazzard said an additional 86 staff will be recruited to 50 hospitals across NSW, with COVID-19 clinics a priority, as part of the Australian-first program. “This…

Emergency Services

Operation Outreach: Dedicated support program to ensure no one is left behind

18 May 2020

Deputy Premier and Minister responsible for Disaster Recovery John Barilaro said the bushfire recovery program is pushing ahead in leaps and bounds and he is committed to ensuring no one is left…

Living in NSW

Three cheers for the state's volunteers

18 May 2020

Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services Gareth Ward said the last 12 months has highlighted the pivotal role volunteers play in supporting communities when they need it most. …
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