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NSW funeral services complaints spike

Complaints about funeral planning services are at unprecedented levels, NSW Fair Trading numbers suggest.

Minister Kean speaks to ABC Newcastle

Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Matt Kean speaks to ABC Newcastle about the loose fill asbestos program.

Car dealer who defrauded Larry Emdur and other victims jailed for three years

A shonky car dealer who traded without a licence and withheld more than a million dollars from his customers will spend up to three years in jail...

Cool change for Asquith Boys High School

Hot summer days for studnets of Asquith Boys High School will be easier to bear thanks to the installation of a 'Big Ass' Fan in the school hall...

Virtual reality experience for quad bikes to help improve safety | Video

A virtual reality training experience which simulates a quad bike accident was unveiled on Tuesday.

Hashmi eyeliner warning

A public warning has been issued about the imported Hashmi Eyeliner after three children became sick.

NSW children ill after using lead eyeliner

Three Sydney children have become ill after using an eyeliner almost entirely made of lead.

Matt Kean MP opening of the solar panels at the Avanti Building

The Avanti apartment building in Burdett Street Hornsby recently had191 solar panels installed on the roof which will cut their energy bills by...

Waitara: Mark Taylor Oval won’t relocate to Hornsby Quarry image The Hornsby Advocate

MARK Taylor Oval at Waitara will remain the home of cricket in Hornsby and attract the best women’s matches after a plan to relocate to Hornsby...

Central Coast Metal Protectives fined after young workers overcome by fumes

A Central Coast company has been fined $45,000 after two young workers were overcome by fumes.

Racing NSW CEO thanks Minister Kean

Racing NSW CEO Peter V'landys thanks Minister Kean for his support while speaking with Ray Hadley on 2GB. 


Member for Hornsby Matt Kean MP at KU Grevillea Preschool.

Five preschools in the Hornsby electorate will benefit from up to $15,000 in funding.