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  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian will make her first official visit to China in December, following an invitation by the Governor of Guangdong to promote trade, business and cultural ties with NSW’s largest trading partner.
  • The single largest uplift in public transport services has arrived today, offering commuters an additional 8,600 new weekly train, bus and ferry services and transforming Sydney’s public transport network.
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced Allianz and ANZ stadiums will be rebuilt and transformed into world-class facilities, keeping NRL Grand Finals in Sydney for at least the next 25 years.
  • In 2017 the NSW Government has delivered for people right across the State by easing cost of living pressures, accelerating infrastructure for the future, providing quality services and maintaining the strongest economy in the nation.
  • Toll road users will soon be eligible for free car registration as part of the NSW Government’s commitment to tackle cost of living pressures.
  • Tough new laws that will keep radicalised and dangerous criminals behind bars will be introduced into Parliament today.
  • New hands-on courses are being developed at TAFE NSW to better equip construction students entering the workforce during a time of record infrastructure investment across the State.
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced today Blair Comley PSM will be leaving after three years of exceptional service as Secretary of the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet.
  • Prices for the new, lower cost CTP Green Slip scheme went live today, with a brand new price comparison website launched to help drivers find the best deal.
  • Thousands of first home buyers have rallied to take advantage of stamp duty exemptions available since the introduction of the NSW Government’s new relief package.
  • The waterbombing DC-10 Very Large Air Tanker (VLAT) tasked with protecting lives and property from bush fires this summer has been named “Nancy Bird”, in honour of renowned Australian aviator Nancy Bird Walton AO OBE.
  • NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian last night congratulated the winners of the 2017 Premier’s Awards for Public Service at a ceremony in Sydney.
  • St George Hospital’s state-of-the-art Acute Services Building opened today, under budget and ahead of schedule, as works continue on the $277 million campus upgrade.
  • Demolition works have begun as part of the $576 million Nepean Hospital redevelopment which will transform health services in Penrith and the Blue Mountains.
  • Government schools will each receive a share of $1.09 billion next year for educational resources and student support, including targeted literacy and numeracy programs, teacher training, and additional speech pathologists.
  • A University of Wollongong researcher known for his groundbreaking work fusing robotics with human biology has been named the NSW Scientist of the Year.
  • Sydney’s iconic Sculpture by the Sea exhibition will be accessible to more people with disabilities this year with the NSW Government investing an additional $50,000 into the Sculpture by the Sea’s Access and Inclusion program.
  • The Parramatta Light Rail will provide reliable and modern public transport service to Sydney Olympic Park, with the NSW Government today announcing plans for the stage 2 extension of the project.
  • NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Roads Melinda Pavey today announced the NSW Government is moving ahead with planning and project development for the first section of the F6 extension.
  • The iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House tonight turned gold to mark the most widely celebrated Hindu festival, Diwali.
  • After years of hard work, more than 70,000 NSW students are on the final stretch to completing their Higher School Certificate with written exams officially starting today.