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  • School canteens will promote freshly made foods such as sandwiches, pastas and stir fries and stock only those packaged goods with a minimum 3.5 star Health Star Rating under an overhaul of menus announced today.
  • Customers in South West Sydney will get faster and more frequent train services, including an improved all day link to the city’s north west.
  • Forging stronger business and economic ties was the focus of today’s meeting between Indonesian President Joko Widodo and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian.
  • NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to bolster technology ties between the two ‘Startup States’.
  • I expect all MPs to maintain the highest standards of integrity and to comply with all relevant donations requirements.
  • NSW Paramedics will have access to specialised health services to prevent injuries, and their incomes protected for at least five years if injured at work, Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Health Minister Brad Hazzard said today.
  • A new light rail line across Greater Parramatta will ensure commuters are able to travel easily to their homes, jobs, hospitals, universities, entertainment hubs, sport stadiums and leisure areas.
  • The NSW Government has taken an important step towards the development of a comprehensive housing affordability strategy aimed at helping first-time homeowners enter the property market.
  • All merged councils across NSW will remain in place as communities continue to enjoy the benefits of savings and improvements to services, Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Minister for Local Government Gabrielle Upton announced today.
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian today thanked the NSW Rural Fire Service, emergency services personnel and volunteers right across the State for their tireless efforts fighting more than 200 bush fires over the weekend.
  • The NSW Government is putting regional communities front and centre with first class health care and facilities, Premier Gladys Berejiklian said in Wagga Wagga today.
  • The vital Berry section of the $580 million Foxground and Berry bypass is expected to open ahead of schedule before Christmas this year, Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced when inspecting the site today with Member for Kiama Gareth Ward.
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian has today thanked outgoing Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione AO, APM for his distinguished service to the people of NSW.
  • The booming North-West region will get an unprecedented boost of 1000 extra bus services ahead of new Metro trains arriving every four minutes.
  • NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Deputy Premier John Barilaro today announced a fresh team that will ensure every community gets its fair share of the State’s economic success.
  • Tamworth will soon boast new world-class sporting infrastructure, with the NSW Government committing $4.25 million to bring the $17 million Northern Inland Sporting Centre of Excellence to life.
  • I am deeply disappointed my friend, mentor and colleague Jillian Skinner has announced her resignation from the NSW Parliament.
  • From tomorrow, congestion busting relief and easier access to the M4 will become a reality for thousands of Western Sydney motorists, thanks to the opening of the new “G-Loop” or access ramp at Homebush.
  • NSW is officially Australia’s regional jobs powerhouse, adding more jobs in the last two years than all of Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania combined.
  • As I have reflected on the approaching halfway mark of our current term of government, and the opportunity it presents to refresh the Cabinet team, I have decided that this is the perfect time for me to hand the reins over to a new Premier.
  • Professor Michelle Simmons, one of Australia’s leading scientists, will deliver this year’s Australia Day Address, Premier Mike Baird announced today.