News and Events
Two NSW Crown Land managers have been recognised for their hard work on behalf of their communities at the 2019 NSW/ACT Regional Achievement and Community Awards.
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s workforce has been boosted by the recruitment of a new group of future leaders in an innovative program that will see more Aboriginal staff join the organisation.
The NSW Government has erected no camping signs and will conduct ongoing compliance operations to address unauthorised camping on the Atherton Drive foreshore at Urunga.
The NSW Government is calling on the community to have its say on plans for Western Sydney University’s proposed $260 million new high-rise campus in Bankstown.
The NSW Department of Planning, Industry & Environment today issued a ‘rising river alert’ for the Snowy River between Jindabyne Dam and Dalgety in southern NSW for Thursday 14 November 2019.
The NSW Government has appointed a 17-member group to capture the diversity of views on end-of-life services for loved ones who have passed away and provide advice on the future of NSW burial and cremation services.
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is asking for community feedback on a development application for the proposed Walla Walla Solar Farm, 35km north of Albury.
The NSW Government has hit the reset button to supercharge the delivery of Sydney’s priority precincts.
The NSW Government is calling on the community to have its say on detailed plans for a new 42-storey office tower above the future Victoria Cross Metro Station in North Sydney.
A new era in dam safety begins today with the NSW Government’s creation of a new independent agency, Dams Safety NSW, and the introduction of new regulations governing the safe operation of the state’s dams.