Minister for Finance, Services & Property

CRR enquiries relating to proposed F6 Motorway and Werrington arterials

Late on 27 October I was made aware that Land and Property Information (LPI) have issued a number of incorrect certificates as a result of the Central Register of Restrictions (CRR) not being completely updated due to an administrative error.

Speeding offences data for 2017/18 to-date - Police issued and RMS Fixed Digital Cameras

1. The number and value of speeding fines issued by fixed digital speed cameras and by Police, broken down into each camera location and Police Local Area Command, for the 2017/18 financial year and this financial year (2018/19) to date

Green slip prices in freefall

Household budgets are continuing to benefit from the NSW Government’s CTP Green Slip reforms, with the average state-wide premium dropping to an eight year low of $495.

NSW to lead nation in synthetic biology research

Research into new technologies that could pioneer breakthroughs in the biomedical and agriculture sectors has received a significant boost, with the NSW Government investing $2.5 million to support the establishment of a synthetic biology ‘Biofoundry’ at Macquarie University.

70,000 Creative Kids vouchers downloaded in first three weeks

Families have given the NSW Government’s new $100 Creative Kids vouchers a strong endorsement, with more than 70,000 vouchers downloaded since the program went live three weeks ago, with Western Sydney well represented. More than 830 providers have also registered with Service NSW.

$100 Creative Kids vouchers go live

As parents begin planning for the year ahead, they can now access Creative Kids vouchers, providing them with $100 for every school-age child to help cover the cost of enrolment for creative and cultural learning activities.

$320 million radio network upgrade a win for emergency service organisations

Emergency services across the State will benefit from increased radio coverage during operations, with the Government Telecommunications Act 2018 coming into effect next week.

UNSW partnership heralds new era for Chinese Garden

The NSW Government and UNSW Sydney have today signed a sponsorship deal aimed at attracting more visitors and cultural events to Darling Harbour’s iconic Chinese Garden of Friendship. 

UNSW partnership heralds new era for Chinese Garden

The NSW Government and UNSW Sydney have today signed a sponsorship deal aimed at attracting more visitors and cultural events to Darling Harbour’s iconic Chinese Garden of Friendship.

$152 million still to be claimed by NSW public

NSW residents are being urged to check whether they are owed any unclaimed money, with new Revenue NSW figures released today revealing a whopping $152 million in ‘forgotten’ money is still yet to be claimed.

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