News and Events
A company operating at Bundabah in the Port Stephens area was given the maximum penalty after being found guilty in Raymond Terrace Local Court on Thursday of four counts of unlawful activities on waterfront land.
Calling all dog lovers! Now there are two more pup-friendly parks in western Sydney to explore with your fur-baby.
The sky’s the limit for a team of young astronomers from Lidcombe Public School who will be recognised today for their efforts to protect the State’s starry night sky.
Sydney’s CBD will be home to two new office towers, with the NSW Government approving the development above the future Martin Place Metro Station.
The NSW Government has outlined its strategic vision for Pyrmont and the Western Harbour precinct as a vibrant residential, entertainment and innovation hub on the fringe of Sydney’s CBD.
The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment today approved the construction of $110 million Catherine McAuley Catholic College located in Medowie, approximately 36 kilometres from Newcastle.
A Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) import terminal at Newcastle that could supply up to 80 per cent of NSW’s gas needs has today been declared Critical State Significant Infrastructure.
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is calling for community feedback on draft plans to develop the government owned land at 242-244 Beecroft Road, Epping, into a new residential development.
The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment invites the community to have their say on the draft Wilton Growth Area Development Control Plan (DCP).
NSW is considering its options, in relation to the Murray Darling Basin Plan, after today’s Ministerial Council meeting failed to deliver for regional communities by refusing to pursue transparency and the threat of buybacks back on the table.