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Sydney ready to scale new heights in 2021

Sydney ready to scale new heights in 2021

The NSW Government will convene a meeting of key stakeholders to devise ways to boost business and encourage more people back into the Sydney CBD as the state’s recovery from COVID-19 gathers steam.

COVID-19 restrictions to ease in a boost for the economy

COVID-19 restrictions to ease in a boost for the economy

A number of COVID-19 restrictions across NSW will be eased as the State continues to move forward in a COVID-Safe way. The further lifting of restrictions is a big step in the right direction and would help support businesses and jobs across NSW.

$500 million Dine & Discover NSW goes live statewide

$500 million Dine & Discover NSW goes live statewide

Millions of customers will be able to take advantage of the NSW Government’s much anticipated $500 million Dine & Discover program, thanks to the program going live state wide to help turbocharge local economies.

2020-21 HYR: Positive economic signs as confidence returns

2020-21 HYR: Positive economic signs as confidence returns

The State’s recovery is on track following the unprecedented economic shocks of 2020. The steady reopening of the NSW economy, recent easing of domestic border restrictions, and the first COVID-19 vaccinations delivered this week, have all boosted confidence.

Plan to transform Macquarie Street into a cultural precinct

Plan to transform Macquarie Street into a cultural precinct

Sydney’s Macquarie Street is set for a shake-up with a report out today recommending the historical stretch through the city’s east be transformed into a dynamic cultural hub that recognises and celebrates the precinct’s significance to the State.

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Economic & Fiscal Update: Response Turns to Recovery

Economic & Fiscal Update: Response Turns to Recovery

The last 12 months have been up there with the toughest ever.

First, came drought – the worst in a century – with dams depleted and regional communities on the brink.

We deployed our financial strength, with more than $2 billion in relief and assistance.

Community Recognition Statement – Epping Rotary

Community Recognition Statement – Epping Rotary

I recently attended a dinner meeting held at the Epping Club for Epping Rotary. I was hosted by past president Bruce Jacob, as well as Peter Saez and David Taylor from the Epping Club. We were...