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Supporting international students to support Australian jobs

The Morrison Government is making a number of changes to student visa arrangements to ensure Australia remains a priority destination for international students as...

Achievement unlocked – Regional youth taskforce delivering results for young people

Young people living in regional and rural areas can now finalise their P-plate licence applications online without needing to travel considerable distances to Service...

Site search begins for new Bankstown Lidcombe hospital

The south-western Sydney community is a step closer to having a new world-class $1.3 billion Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital, with the search now on for a...

New record for NSW as open adoptions soar

NSW continues to lead the nation in providing safe and permanent homes for vulnerable children with a record-breaking 162 adoptions from out-of-home care in...

“Reverse Quarantine” – Kerala Health Minister Shailaja Teacher reveals success formula behind effective Covid 19 management

“We started preparing and kept a watch on the outbreak of Corona virus since January this year. We had an incredibly good experience in...

Amazon rainforest registers record deforestation in June

Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest has hit a monthly record of 1,034.4 square kilometres in June, the government reported. The National Institute for Space...

Outback to the future: flying cars in Narromine

Narromine will become the home of a state-of-the-art testing facility for an electric flying car with an Australian company expanding its operations to the...

New vehicle labelling laws to protect first responders

The NSW Government has moved to make responding to motor vehicle accidents safer for emergency services workers and volunteers, with all vehicles with an...

Golf tournament to boost regional NSW tourism

Regional NSW will receive a tourism boost with the NSW Open men's golf series set to tee off on courses across the State, thanks...

Enhanced protections for aboriginal children and young people in care

Aboriginal children and young people will benefit from greater protections through enduring changes to the oversight and accountability of the out-of-home care (OOHC) system,...

Heatwaves have become longer, frequent in last 70 years: Study

Scientists have found that heatwaves have been increasing in frequency and duration since the 1950s in nearly every part of the world. The study, published...

Protecting The States Most Vulnerable

Thousands of vulnerable people across the state have received support through the NSW Ageing and Disability Commission since it was established one year ago. Minister...

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