News and Events
Kids dressed in gumboots and gardening gloves gathered at Rosemeadow’s Heydon Park this week to plant trees with the help of Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes.
The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) is marking its first year by increasing the numbers of boots on the ground and dramatically increasing water investigation rates.
Winter energy bills can come as a shock to many of us but they shouldn’t have to. There are heaps of free and easy ways to save energy - and money - this winter that won’t compromise your warmth. A win for you, a win for the environment.
The continuing severity of the drought has been reflected in the reduced, low or no water allocations for most NSW licensed regulated river water users announced today.
The NSW government has approved the Pitt Street Metro Station State Significant Development (SSD) that will see two new towers grace the city’s street, integrated with the new Metro station below the ground.
Thousands more households are a step closer to accessing clean and reliable electricity after the NSW Government approved the first stage of the $300 million Shoalhaven Hydro Expansion project.
Creating more quality green spaces closer to homes and increasing the tree canopy by planting one million trees in Greater Sydney by 2022 are two new Premier’s Priorities announced today.
Tathra now has a new community-designed Lot Stafford inclusive play space thanks to funding from the NSW Government.
Access to the State's vast network of national parks will be improved as part of a $149.5 million investment over four years in the 2019-20 NSW Budget.
The NSW Government is driving investment in modern, reliable and affordable energy to help households with their energy bills and support renewable energy projects.