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EXTRA FUNDING TAKES NSW FARMER SAFETY TO THE SKIES

High-tech drones will soon be zooming across properties in regional NSW, helping farmers to do their work safer and better thanks to new funding...

$12.5 million commitment for new nuclear medicine and technology precinct at ANSTO

An estimated 5000 extra jobs are forecast to be created in a new world-class precinct for business, scientists and start-ups at the ANSTO facility...

Local sports grants for sporting groups

The Hornsby Swim Club will now be able to offer electronic timing, thanks to a grant from Member for Hornsby Matt Kean MR

Matt Kean awarded Save a Life Award

"Every year, we recognise people who helped save a life- whether they're members of the public, StJohn volunteers,or our colleagues from other...

Race is on for second High School in Hornsby

Matt Kean MP's announcement last week for investigations to start into a Co-ed High School for Hornsby came hot on the heels of Slate Government...

MENTAL HEALTH BOOST FOR REGIONAL NSW BUSINESSES

The Black Dog Institute has agreed to partner with the NSW Government in a program to provide mental health skills training to regionally-based...

FAIR GO FOR RETIREMENT VILLAGE RESIDENTS

Retirement village residents across NSW will save thousands of dollars and be able to transition into aged care more easily under new laws that...

'Biggest shake-up in building laws in our state's history' follows Opal Tower debacle

A “Building Commissioner” will have responsibility for auditing people who work in the industry, the NSW government says in its long-awaited...

'One less problem': Domestic violence victims protected by rental law

Rental reforms allowing victims of domestic violence to immediately break their lease have been welcomed as "one less problem" for women looking...

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LAWS COMMENCE SOON

Tenants trapped in violent relationships will be protected by new renting reforms, which come into effect on 28 February 2019.

Death in water tank sparks warning to bosses

THE death of a man repairing a water tank at Dyraaba last August is one of several tragedies in NSW last year that sparked a warning about the...

Sydney's Opal Tower 'structurally sound'

An engineering firm investigating Sydney's cracked Opal Tower has found the building is "structurally sound overall" but the cause of the cracks...

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