Fair trading warning: do not deal with Allan James Piggott

NSW Fair Trading Commissioner Rod Stowe is warning people not to engage the Sydney-based trader Allan James Piggott for any home building or maintenance work, following his prosecution on 1 February 2013.... Read more »

Building a happier and healthier future

Encouraging people to live healthier and happier lives by improving the physical environments in which they live will continue to be a key priority for the NSW Government, NSW Minister for Healthy... Read more »

Victor Dominello launched the inaugural Multicultural March festivities

The NSW Government is inviting all of NSW to join in Multicultural March, a month-long celebration of one of the State’s greatest assets – its cultural diversity. Minister for Citizenship and Communities... Read more »

NSW gets ready for youth week 2013

Sydney; The NSW Government has given a quarter-of-a-million-dollar boost to local councils across the State as they gear up to celebrate Youth Week 2013 in April, Minister for Citizenship and Communities Victor... Read more »

Minister welcomes teachers back to school

Sydney; Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli and Member for Coogee Bruce Notley-Smith have welcomed teachers back to school for the 2013 year during a visit to Coogee Public School.  “Whilst students in... Read more »

Public warning on travelling Irish conmen

NSW Fair Trading Commissioner Rod Stowe is warning the public not to deal with Stephen Joseph O’SULLIVAN (dob 20 March 1982) and Mark Kevin LISTON (dob 19 July 1989) who are trading... Read more »

Helping more people in western Sydney overcome drug and alcohol addiction

Residents of Western Sydney caught in the cycle of drug and alcohol addiction will from today have increased access to treatment and rehabilitation services. Minister for Mental Health and Healthy Lifestyles, Kevin... Read more »

It’s not too late to have your say on reducing red tape

Fair Trading Commissioner Rod Stowe is reminding people to have their say on the repeal of what appears to be outdated and unnecessary legislation, as part of the government’s red tape reduction... Read more »

Celebrate Australia Day the Parramatta way

There will be mountains of fun for the whole family, from morning through to night, as Parramatta hosts one of the nation’s biggest Australia Day celebrations. Parramatta’s Australia Day celebrations will see... Read more »

Jobs and investment in Western Sydney

Sydney (Media Release): NSW Premier and Minister for Western Sydney Barry O’Farrell today officially opened a new 8,020 square metre ICT data centre at Erskine Park in the Western Sydney Employment Hub... Read more »

NSW changes are boosting housing supply

Sydney:  The NSW Government is committed to providing more homes, improving housing affordability and making sure NSW families can live in this great State. “Since the March 2011 election, the NSW Government... Read more »

4th Tape Ball Cricket Tournament in Sydney

Tape Ball Cricket will be held on Australia Day Long Weekend on Monday 28 January 2012. Venue : CLEMTON PARK, Address: Cnr. Moorefield Rd. & Wirega Av. Kingsgrove (Roselands) Timming: 9.00am –... Read more »

Pakistani Hazara Community Protest in Sydney – Videos

Pakistani Hazara Community Protest in Sydney – Videos 1 Pakistani Hazara Community Protest in Sydney – Videos 2 Pakistani Hazara Community Protest in Sydney – Videos 2   Read more »

Pakistani Hazara Community protests in thousands in Sydney

Sydney (Report by Syed Atiq ul Hassan): Members of the Pakistani Hazara Community in particular and Pakistani Community in general gathered, today, at the business centre of Sydney, in thousands, and protested... Read more »

Premier’s multicultural media awards underway

Minister for Citizenship and Communities Victor Dominello today launched the inaugural Premier’s Multicultural Media Awards. Conducted by the Community Relations Commission of NSW, the awards recognise excellence in journalism across the myriad... Read more »

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE JUSTICE STRATEGY FOR NSW

A new domestic violence justice strategy will be implemented across NSW to make victims safer, hold perpetrators accountable and prevent re-offending. Attorney General Greg Smith, Police Minister Mike Gallacher and Minister for... Read more »

Australians rally against Israel’s attack on Gaza

Over a thousand Australians from all different backgrounds gathered in Sydney’s central business district today to protest against Israel’s recent assaults on Gaza, which has killed 138 people, including 27 children. The... Read more »

Gaza: Gillard government must press Israel to cease fire

Stop the War Coalition adds its voice to those demanding that Israel immediately stop its massacre on the people of Gaza. The Gillard government must press Israel to immediately cease fire and... Read more »

UNITED FRONT AGAINST SKIN CANCER IN NSW

Health Minister Jillian Skinner has announced a new skin cancer prevention strategy which outlines how government, not-for-profit, health and community groups will unite to reduce the devastating impact of skin cancer. A... Read more »

Fridge Buyback Program

The Mayor of the City of Canterbury, Cr Brian Robson, is encouraging residents to save on power bills by disposing of unwanted fridges with the Fridge Buyback Program. “Old fridges and freezers... Read more »

Young people and multicultural communities to embrace ANZAC spirit

Sydney (Press Release): Young people and multicultural communities wanting to participate in the Anzac tradition can now apply to the NSW Government for grants to assist their projects, Minister for Citizenship and... Read more »

Minister announces young people arts grants

Minister for the Arts, George Souris, has congratulated 24 recipients of Young People Grants, valued at almost half a million dollars, released under Arts NSW’s 2013 Arts Funding Programme.  Mr Souris said... Read more »

Online shopping warning for consumers and retailers

Fair Trading Minister Anthony Roberts today said a new online shopping survey by Fair Trading revealed consumers are being put at risk by small and medium businesses failing to provide a secure... Read more »

The Unseen, Progressive & Moderate Pakistan – “Find a new, Point of view”

Anam Firyal, Melbourne: Occasionally, there are instances when great things are achieved by a small group of dedicated and passionate people. One such instance was the recent event organised by the Melbourne... Read more »