More than 2,800 graduate nurses and midwives will start work across 130 NSW public hospitals and health facilities this year in a major boost for the NSW Health system.
Minister for planning
Parents and carers of children enrolled in all primary schools in NSW will benefit from a new $155 million program for Before and After School Care (BASC) services to provide greater support and access to BASC services.
Students will return to school under COVID-smart settings that will minimise the risk of the virus and allow teachers and pupils to return safely to the classroom.
Beachgoers are being urged to take responsibility for their safety and swim between the flags, after NSW recorded an increase in the number of drownings this summer.
The students who have obtained first place in a 2021 Higher School Certificate course will be acknowledged today for their extraordinary academic achievement.
My vision for Sydney is a liveable, workable, beautiful city. I want to tell you how we can bring that vision to life in the West. How we can take the next step in Western Sydney’s evolution: Shifting the focus from big infrastructure, to great jobs, quality of life, and culture and making every part of Western Sydney a great place to live. In short, how we can deliver the best for the West.
Today my topic is the future of federation in a post-COVID world. The pandemic may not yet be over but now is the right time to start thinking about the lessons COVID has taught us about our federal system of government and how we can respond. The pandemic has been a stress-test for federation demonstrating its many strengths, and weaknesses..
It’s a real honour and privilege to have been asked to deliver this address in the greatest city, the greatest state, the greatest country in the world. In a few short years, the Bradfield Oration has become not just a fixture in the life of our city, but the benchmark for the best of public imagination.
Over 30,000 hectares of NSW state forests, including the iconic Gardens of Stone will be transformed into a new eco-tourism and adventure destination on the edge of the Blue Mountains near Lithgow.
The iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House shimmered in gold tonight to mark the Diwali festival, celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains around the world.