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Luke Foley on notice to fix his numbers
17 August 2018

Article by Andrew Clennell appeared in...

WOLLONGONG COMPANY FINED $375,000 OVER FATAL INCIDENT AT JASPERS BRUSH
17 August 2018

A Wollongong-based company has been fined $375,000 following a workplace incident where a 19 year old man was killed after being run over by a...

SHORT-TERM HOLIDAY LETTING POLICY GIVEN GREEN LIGHT
15 August 2018

Short-term holiday letting will have tougher but fairer regulation from 2019, after the NSW Parliament passed the Government’s plan for the...

TRADIES SET TO SAVE UNDER PROPOSED GOVERNMENT CROSS-BORDER LICENCE SCHEME
14 August 2018

Tradies and small businesses will save hundreds of dollars a year under a proposed NSW Government scheme allowing licence holders to work across...

Warnings for dangerous cladding
11 August 2018

Commonwealth State and Territory Building Ministers have supported new warnings signs against dangerous cladding after a ban was called on by NSW...

BUILDING MINISTERS’ FORUM CALLS FOR MANDATORY PERMANENT LABELLING OF CLADDING PRODUCTS
11 August 2018

The NSW Government, along with the Commonwealth and other states and territories, has called for mandatory permanent labelling of cladding...

Getting to 25 million population gives cause for concern and reason to slow down
10 August 2018

1 The single most important issue confronting us as a nation, longterm, is the population explosion.

Minister Kean speaks to Ray Hadley
09 August 2018

Minister Kean speaks to Ray Hadley about the Plumbing Detectives.

 

Space for play and learning for Mount Kuring-gai
09 August 2018

Students at Mount Kuring-gai Public School will have a new protected space thanks to a grant from Member for Hornsby Matt Kean MP.

Everyone Can Play in Hornsby
08 August 2018

Member for Hornsby Matt Kean MP today said playspaces for everyone, young and old, and of all abilities, are a step closer with the release of new...

FAIR TRADING REFORMS SET TO DELIVER BIG BENEFITS FOR NSW CONSUMERS
08 August 2018

Consumers are set to save big on time and money, and have disputes with businesses resolved quicker, thanks to new Fair Trading powers.

NSW proposes changes to fair trading laws
08 August 2018

The NSW government will introduce new laws that will give the Fair Trading Commissioner the power to force businesses to repair, replace or refund...

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