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  • NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian today kicked off the start of tunnelling on the $8.3 billion North West Rail Link – Australia’s biggest public transport project.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird today launched a new initiative to promote Sydney as a leading financial centre and regional trading hub for the Chinese currency, the Renminbi (RMB).
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird today announced the NSW Government will focus on doubling the value of Chinese tourism to NSW by 2020 following the success of recent major events, such as this year’s Vivid Sydney Festival.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird today attended the signing of two historic agreements between TAFE NSW and Chinese universities that secured a unique relationship between TAFE NSW in China.
  • Doubling the value of Chinese tourism to NSW by 2020 and making Sydney a trading hub for the Chinese Renminbi are key elements of the new China strategy released tonight by Premier Mike Baird.
  • NSW Premier and Minister for Western Sydney Mike Baird today announced the Rugby League great Nathan Hindmarsh has been appointed as the NSW Government’s Sporting Champion of Western Sydney.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Police and Emergency Services Stuart Ayres have congratulated the 170 members of “Class 322” who have today graduated from the NSW Police Academy in Goulburn.
  • NSW Government Ministers who breach the Ministerial Code of Conduct will in future be subject to the full authority of the Independent Commission Against Corruption under changes announced today by Premier Mike Baird.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird will lead his first official visit to China next month to strengthen economic and cultural ties with the world’s second-largest economy.
  • Rebuilding NSW involves unlocking $20 billion in infrastructure funding by offering long-term leases on 49% of “poles and wires” network assets to businesses.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird, Minister for Racing Troy Grant and Chairman of Racing NSW John Messara today announced that, following NSW Government support, Sydney’s signature Autumn Racing Carnival event “The Championships” has been secured for 2015.
  • Urban congestion and growing demand for social housing are among the issues the NSW Government will use ‘crowdsourcing’ to address in a new, innovative approach to deliver services.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Local Government Paul Toole have today welcomed the introduction of the City of Sydney Amendment (Elections) Bill 2014 which seeks to give business a voice in local government elections.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird said his thoughts are with the families of victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 during this National Day of Mourning, after he attended the National Memorial Service at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne today.
  • The NSW Government will introduce changes to the Bail Act, ensuring that those who pose an unacceptable risk to the community will no longer be eligible for bail, NSW Premier Mike Baird and Attorney General Brad Hazzard announced today.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Victor Dominello today announced a $38 million plan to redevelop the ANZAC Memorial at Hyde Park, which would complete the original 1930 vision for the Memorial.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird, Family and Community Services Minister Gabrielle Upton and Member for Menai Melanie Gibbons today welcomed the signing of the first contracts for new and improved homelessness services as part of the sweeping Going Home Staying Home reforms.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird and Roads Minister Duncan Gay today marked the start of Phase Two of the NSW Government’s historic school zone flashing lights rollout that will see every school in NSW with a set of flashing lights by the end of next year.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird today announced Carolyn McNally has been appointed to the position of Secretary of the Department of Planning and Environment.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird today officially opened Sydney’s third container terminal at Port Botany – an investment that will boost NSW’s competitiveness in global trade and drive economic growth.
  • NSW Premier Mike Baird today announced condolence books would be placed at public locations across NSW so residents can pay tribute to the victims of flight MH17.
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