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  • The first of a brand new fleet of light rail vehicles has arrived in Sydney from France and was officially unveiled today by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance.
  • NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced a State Funeral for Les Murray AM.
  • The NSW Government has reached an agreement with Parramatta Council for a massive investment in new cultural infrastructure in Parramatta, securing the first major step in the relocation of the Powerhouse Museum to Sydney’s west.
  • Due to the protracted nature of current legal challenges and the uncertainty this is causing ratepayers, those council amalgamations currently before the courts will not proceed.
  • Tunnelling on the New M4 has reached a major milestone with the first underground breakthrough achieved this morning between two tunnelling sites at Concord.
  • Flu diagnosis in NSW hospitals will drop from four days to under four hours following the roll-out of advanced diagnostic technology across NSW.
  • Cherrybrook Technology High School will receive 18 new classrooms under a $12 million expansion now underway.
  • The community of Berry now has a safer and less congested town, with traffic now diverted onto the Berry bypass, six months ahead of schedule.
  • NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today inspected progress on the Sydney Light Rail project, with more than a third of the track installed and construction now underway on the first of 19 light rail stops from the City to the south east.
  • Sydney will be home to a world leading startup and innovation hub, creating up to 6,500 new jobs, thanks to a $35 million investment from the NSW Government.
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet today announced NSW Customer Service Commissioner Michael Pratt AM has been appointed the new Secretary of the Treasury of NSW and Secretary of NSW Industrial Relations.
  • The new Barangaroo Wharf opened to the public today, increasing Sydney’s ferry capacity and servicing the thousands of residents, visitors and workers travelling to Sydney’s newest commercial and residential district.
  • The international search to deliver a world class Sydney Fish Market has been completed with a team of Danish and Sydney architects selected for the $250 million-plus development.
  • Families across NSW are relishing the $100 rebate announced for sporting and fitness related costs announced as part of this week’s budget.
  • Construction of new twin metro rail tunnels deep under Sydney Harbour and the heart of the CBD will soon be underway after a major tunneling contract was signed by the NSW Government.
  • NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced the Government has proposed the nomination of Trish McDonald SC and Stephen Rushton SC as ICAC Commissioners, and Bruce McClintock SC as ICAC Inspector.
  • NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Minister for Education Rob Stokes visited Croydon Public School today, one of the more than 120 schools set to benefit from the NSW Government’s record $4.2 billion investment in public education.
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian said that NSW would continue to have the toughest counter-terror laws in the country with the introduction of the Terrorism Legislation Amendment (Police Powers and Parole) Bill into the Parliament today.
  • The NSW Government today unveiled a robust 2017-18 Budget position that will continue record levels of investment in social infrastructure like hospitals and schools, laying the foundations for communities across New South Wales to flourish.
  • A staggering $12.1 billion is budgeted for public transport infrastructure and services so the NSW Government can continue to deliver transformational mega projects, boost services, and provide the best experience for commuters.
  • A record investment of more than $7.7 billion will be delivered in the next four years to continue the NSW Government’s track record of building world class hospitals and health services. This boosts health infrastructure spending by an additional $2.8bn over the four years to 2020-21, an increase of more than 50 percent over that period.