Sydney-bound Etihad flight makes emergency landing

Sydney-bound Etihad flight makes emergency landing

An Etihad Airways flight bound for Sydney from Abu Dhabi made an emergency landing in the Australian city of Adelaide on Saturday, after pilots noticed a smoke alarm on board. The Boeing 777 aircraft was carrying 349 people when pilots made the decision to divert to Adelaide at about 5 a.m., Xinhua news agency reported. […]

VIRTUAL BATTLES TAKING OUR MILITARY FORCES UNDERCOVER

VIRTUAL BATTLES TAKING OUR MILITARY FORCES UNDERCOVER

A NSW company is turning virtual into reality by creating advanced simulation technology to train the world’s leading military forces.  Since 2001, Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) has grown to become a global leader in simulated training for military and civilian organisations.  Minister for Trade and Industry, Niall Blair said that BISim was a fantastic example […]

ENERGY BILL RELIEF PACKAGE FOR HOUSEHOLDS AND SMALL BUSINESS

ENERGY BILL RELIEF PACKAGE FOR HOUSEHOLDS AND SMALL BUSINESS

NSW households struggling with increasing power prices could save hundreds of dollars a year off their energy bills through discounts on energy efficient appliances, rebates will increase by 20 per cent, and small businesses could save up to $1,900 a year under the nation’s most comprehensiveenergy relief package announced today by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian. In […]

NSW Premier with Consul-General of India

NSW Premier with Consul-General of India

On Monday, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian met with Consul-General of India Mr Vanlalvawna Bawitlung, to discuss new opportunities and ways to strengthen economic and cultural ties between NSW and India. The Premier and Consul-General also discussed NSW’s burgeoning Indian community and the recent celebrations of the 70th anniversary of Indian Independence. Premier Berejiklian re-affirmed the […]

DON’T FORGET YOUR PET WHEN PLANNING AHEAD

DON’T FORGET YOUR PET WHEN PLANNING AHEAD

Attorney General Mark Speakman today launched a pet emergency card to prevent furry, feathered and finned friends being left home alone when their owners pass away or are seriously ill or injured. “My labs Monty and Ralph are important members of my family. Most pet owners feel the same way about their pets. That’s why […]

YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL APPLICATIONS OPEN

YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL APPLICATIONS OPEN

The Minister responsible for Youth, Ray Williams, today announced applications for the 2018 NSW Youth Advisory Council (YAC) are now open. The NSW YAC has a statutory role to advise the NSW Government on issues of importance to young people, as well as monitor and evaluate youth-related policies and legislation. Council members are sought from diverse […]

DIGITAL DRIVER LICENCE TO ‘GO LIVE’ IN DUBBO

DIGITAL DRIVER LICENCE TO ‘GO LIVE’ IN DUBBO

Regional motorists will soon have the opportunity to participate in a digital driver licence trial, with the NSW Government set to launch testing of the new technology in Dubbo in November.    Dubbo residents who participate in the trial, will be able to use their digital driver licence, accessible on a mobile phone, for proof of […]

Consulate General of India Sydney

Consulate General of India Sydney

On the occasion of the 71st Independence Day of the Republic of India, August 15, 2917, the Consul General of India in Sydney unfurled the Indian National Tricolour and delivered message from the Honorable President of the Republic of India to the members of the Indian Community and Friends of India, gathered to celebrate the […]

NSW WILL CHANGE LAWS TO REMOVE TENT CITY

NSW WILL CHANGE LAWS TO REMOVE TENT CITY

The NSW Government will urgently move to change laws to allow authorities to remove the Martin Place tent city following inaction by the City of Sydney, Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced. Ms Berejiklian said the Government will introduce legislation into Parliament this week to end the impasse in Martin Place. “Homelessness is a major challenge […]

A STRONGER ANTI-CORRUPTION AGENCY

A STRONGER ANTI-CORRUPTION AGENCY

The restructured Independent Commission Against Corruption has now commenced operations, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said today.  The Hon Peter Hall QC was appointed as the inaugural Chief Commissioner of the ICAC, with Patricia McDonald SC and Stephen Rushton SC both appointed as Commissioners.  Bruce McClintock SC was appointed as Inspector of the ICAC on 1 July.  […]

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