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  • The transformation of ANZ Stadium into a world-class rectangular venue will be fast-tracked, NSW Premier Mike Baird and Sports Minister Stuart Ayres announced today.
  • The NSW Government has chosen a site on the banks of the Parramatta River as the preferred location for Parramatta’s new Powerhouse Museum, NSW Premier Mike Baird and Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant announced today.
  • Mike Baird has become the first serving NSW Premier to visit Israel, wrapping up a trade mission focused on medicinal cannabis, cyber security and innovation.
  • A new cellular genomics research centre will be established with the support of the NSW Government as a result of a new partnership between the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and one of Israel’s leading research institutions.
  • Innovation, cyber security and cutting-edge medical and financial services technologies will form the focus of a visit to Israel next week by NSW Premier Mike Baird.
  • Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events Stuart Ayres today unveiled the program for this year’s Vivid Sydney festival as the city prepares for an extended 23-night spectacular from 27 May to 18 June.
  • Adoption has taken a significant step forward with the NSW Government announcing today the University of Sydney has won the tender to establish the Institute of Open Adoption Studies, a research body that will advance adoption in NSW.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird, Health Minister Jillian Skinner and Education Minister Adrian Piccoli were joined today at a Sydney primary school by a senior advisor to US President Barack Obama to explore a shared goal - reducing childhood obesity.
  • The roof has been installed for the new exhibition centre at Darling Harbour, marking a significant milestone towards the delivery of Sydney’s new convention, exhibition and entertainment precinct.
  • A 45 per cent boost in public school counselling and wellbeing services is being rolled out - as the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government delivers the first significant increase in two decades.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Medical Research Pru Goward today announced the third medicinal cannabis clinical trial, which will involve patients with chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
  • A measure announced as part of the NSW Government’s $60 million domestic and family violence package will be rolled out across the state following a successful trial.
  • Six high school students will learn about the contribution of Anzac soldiers and nurses during a once-in-a-lifetime journey of key battlefields in Europe as part of the Premier’s Anzac Ambassadors Program.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Multiculturalism John Ajaka tonight welcomed the Year of the Monkey at the lighting of the Sydney Opera House.
  • NSW Premier and Member for Manly Mike Baird today joined Health Minister Jillian Skinner to tour the new Northern Beaches Hospital construction site.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird today announced that Margaret Crawford has been selected as the State’s new Auditor-General.
  • The NSW Government has officially launched its social housing fund, which in its first phase will deliver an additional 3,000 social and affordable homes and slash waiting lists for vulnerable families.
  • A program to deliver every school in NSW with at least one set of school zone flashing lights has been completed, marking an historic milestone in road safety as students return to class for the 2016 school year.
  • Tunnelling has finished on Australia’s longest railway tunnels, with the last of four giant tunnelling machines completing work on Sydney Metro Northwest.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance today joined ferry customers travelling between Manly and Circular Quay onboard a brand new Manly Fast Ferry.
  • The NSW Government announced today it will take action to help Williamtown residents affected by contamination from the RAAF base – including a plan to connect them to the town water supply.
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