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  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian has delivered an apology to survivors of institutional child sexual abuse on behalf of the NSW Government at an official ceremony at the Sydney Opera House this morning.
  • Sydney’s Anzac Memorial Centenary extension has been unveiled by His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex.
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have paid a surprise visit to Western Sydney – with Premier Gladys Berejiklian introducing the Royal couple to stunned students at Parramatta’s Macarthur Girls High School.
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian has officially welcomed the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 competitors, support staff, family and friends at a private welcome event at Sydney’s Luna Park.
  • The NSW Government has announced a comprehensive $127 million package to implement the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
  • The class of 2018 is now on the home straight of their high school life, with more than 60,000 students participating in their first HSC English exam today.
  • All people who have been admitted to hospital following an attempted suicide and those who have reached out for help will have access to follow up care and support under a new comprehensive strategy that marks the beginning of our journey towards zero suicides in NSW.
  • Tunnelling started today to deliver twin new metro railway tunnels below the centre of Sydney and deep under Sydney Harbour as part of Australia’s biggest public transport project, Sydney Metro.
  • We join the many people around the world who are mourning the death of Ian Kiernan AO, whose Clean Up campaign became a worldwide movement inspiring millions of people to change their attitude towards littering.
  • In a major coup for the State, the NSW Government has signed two international investment agreements with two of Japan’s biggest multinationals to establish a presence in the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.
  • Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have been welcomed to Sydney by Premier Gladys Berejiklian – and the Royal couple have enjoyed a close encounter with two very special koala joeys gifted to them by the people of NSW.
  • The number of students studying maths in the final years of school will be boosted, with specialist teachers recruited to ensure students are equipped with important life skills and prepared for the STEM jobs of the future, under a bold new mathematics strategy launched by the NSW Government.
  • Tunnelling of Australia’s longest and deepest road tunnels, which will allow drivers to travel between Newcastle and Melbourne without stopping at a single set of traffic lights, is now complete.
  • New laws will prevent people from using modern technology to stalk or intimidate their victims, Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Attorney General Mark Speakman have announced.
  • Two of Sydney’s iconic entertainment venues – the Hordern Pavilion and Royal Hall of Industries at Moore Park – will live on as a world class entertainment, sporting and community precinct, thanks to a major investment from the NSW Government.
  • People across NSW have saved around $200 million this calendar year alone through the NSW Government’s cost of living measures, including Free Rego, Active Kids Vouchers and CTP refunds.
  • Hundreds of people have gathered today to commemorate National Police Remembrance Day and remember NSW police officers that have lost their lives in the line of duty.
  • Surf Life Saving clubs up and down the coast will reinstate their iconic red and yellow flags this weekend as the NSW Government urges beachgoers to take extra care this summer.
  • This afternoon I have spoken to both the Treasurer and Minister Williams and reminded them that the people of NSW expect their Government to be solely focused on delivering for the community.
  • Hundreds of new preschool places will be delivered across NSW thanks to a $6 million grant to improve preschool infrastructure, Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Early Childhood Education Sarah Mitchell have announced.
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian today established a high level expert panel to provide advice on how to keep people safe at music festivals.
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