Sunday, November 28, 2021

Gareth Ward

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Move to strengthen small, medium sized charities

Social services organisations can now apply for up to $200,000 to support initiatives aimed at improving service delivery, encouraging digital transformation and assisting with...

Lilliane brady Oam to be commemorated with state funeral

Deputy Premier John Barilaro today announced the former Mayor of Cobar and champion of Western NSW the late Lilliane Brady OAM will be commemorated...

Thousand of nursing @ midwivery graduates join public hospitals

More than 2500 graduate nurses and midwives will start work at about 130 public hospitals and health services from this week, a quarter in...

$1.1 mn to deliver community infrastructure projects at Newcastle Port

Work will soon get underway on projects that will benefit communities around the Port of Newcastle and attract new visitors, with the NSW Government...

Replacing bridges to better connect regional NSW

More than 400 timber bridges across the state will be replaced through the NSW Government’s $500 million Fixing Country Bridges program, improving resilience to...

NSW fish farm hooks new export contracts

A barramundi fish farm in Sydney’s north west is set to take the world by storm as it starts to export its Swift Grow...

People with disability to get more jobs in NSW

People with disability will receive better and more reliable support as part of the NSW Government’s plan to bolster the rapidly growing disability support...

Free general admission to upgraded Australian museum

Visitors to the Australian Museum will soon be able to explore the $57.5 million renovation that has delivered an increase in floor space for...

NSW govt’s four-year Sustainable Schools Grants programme opens

Round two of the NSW Government’s four-year Sustainable Schools Grants programme has opened, supporting students to develop innovative sustainability projects at their schools. NSW public...

Service NSW staff to receive mental health training

About 3,000-strong legion of Service NSW staff will be trained to respond to customers in distress as the impact of drought, bushfires and COVID-19...
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New 220 Minto Gardens homes handed over to people

People in need of housing have received the keys to their new homes in South Western Sydney as part of a new 220-unit development. Minister...
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Homeless, mentally ill people to be housed in Sydney’s Summer Hill

An old factory in Sydney’s inner west will be converted into new housing dedicated to supporting people with mental illness who are experiencing homelessness. Minister...

Govt to bring reforms to protect Australians from online trolling

In a world-leading move, the Morrison Government will introduce new court powers to force global social media giants to unmask anonymous online trolls and...

Financial security, covid safety needed for Melbourne’s calender of events

Financial certainty for local events is crucial to getting more Victorians back out enjoying our world-class local musicians, food and wine producers and the...