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Key points from NSW Health on COVID-19 for 22 July 2021

NSW recorded 124 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm last night. At least 48 cases were infectious in...

NSW Government Support for Wine Industry

The NSW Government and the NSW Wine Industry Association have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will deliver support to producers and provide...

Community Urged to Stay Alert Despite Storm Season Ending

While storm season has finished for another year, and the La Niña weather pattern has passed, NSW State Emergency Service (NSW SES) is reminding...

$400,000 For Programs to Support Women Wellbeing Across NSW

Organisations with projects that empower women and promote their wellbeing can now apply for a share in $400,000 from the NSW Government. Minister for Women...

$40m Boost for NSW Social Housing and Jobs

The NSW Government has announced 31 successful bids by Community Housing Providers (CHPs) to deliver $40 million in stimulus funding to upgrade social housing,...

Recovery Centres Open in Flood-Affected Areas

Dedicated community Recovery Centres are now open, providing face-to-face support for NSW residents affected by recent rainfall and subsequent extreme flooding. The first Recovery Centres...

Support for Flood Affected Energy Customers Facing Hardship

The NSW Government is encouraging flood affected energy customers across the State to take advantage of available financial support and consumer protections. Energy Minister Matt...

Lymphoedema Early Intervention Pilot to Help Breast Cancer Surgery Patients

People who have undergone breast surgery for cancer will benefit from a NSW Health pilot program, Early Intervention and Prevention of Chronic Lymphoedema, launching in...

Thousands of Students to Benefit From Out of School Hours Care Places

Forty seven schools across NSW will open Out of School Hours Care Hubs by June as part of the NSW Government’s Before and After School...

Coronavirus Victoria: NSW threatens fines, jail for Victorians crossing border amid 73 new cases

Another 73 coronavirus cases have been recorded in Victoria as suburbs head into localised lockdown and those in hotspots face six months in jail...

Charges laid after Captain Cook statue in Sydney Hyde Park is allegedly defaced

Two women have been charged after a Captain Cook statue in Sydney’s Hyde Park was allegedly defaced. Police were alerted to graffiti on the statue...

NSW Police launch sexual assault social media video campaign

The NSW Police Force have launched a new “#thereisnoexcuse” social media video campaign to encourage the community to report incidents of sexual assault to...

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