NSW facing gas supply shortage without local production

NSW facing gas supply shortage without local production

An independent report has highlighted the potential for NSW households to suffer severe gas shortages during winter months if proposed gas projects in Narrabri and Gloucester are not brought on line by 2017. Energy Minister Chris Hartcher said the findings, released today by the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), supported the NSW Government’s view that […]

Victorian Companies excel at Australian Export Awards

Victorian Companies excel at Australian Export Awards

Victorian companies have demonstrated their excellence in performing in international markets by winning four awards, including the Prime Minister’s Exporter of the Year Award at the 51st Australian Export Awards in Melbourne. The awards comprised twelve industry categories and featured seventy six national finalists including all category winners from the Governor of Victoria Export Awards. […]

Tourism Forum Highlights NSW Government’s support for blue mountains

Tourism Forum Highlights NSW Government’s support for blue mountains

The NSW Government today reinforced its commitment to help the Blue Mountains tourism industry recover from the recent disastrous bushfires by holding a forum with local operators and business owners. The forum was attended by Minister for Tourism and Major Events, George Souris, and Member for Blue Mountains, Roza Sage MP, who outlined the support […]

Top scientists put school science and maths education under the microscope

Top scientists put school science and maths education under the microscope

Victoria’s Minister for Education Martin Dixon today joined internationally renowned scientists and educators at the John Monash Science School to discuss the global challenge of engaging more school students in science and maths education. Speaking at the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Symposium, Mr Dixon said engaging school students in maths and science education […]

Making a Great Harbour Experience even better

Making a Great Harbour Experience even better

Minister for Roads and Ports Duncan Gay today announced the introduction of new marina destinations for boaters on Sydney Harbour. “Everybody loves a day out on the harbour but for many recreational boaters it can often be a challenge to find somewhere to hop off, take a break, or grab something to eat or drink,” […]

Wild Weather an Invitition to Unlicensed Cowboy Repairers

Wild Weather an Invitition to Unlicensed Cowboy Repairers

Fair Trading Commissioner Rod Stowe is warning NSW residents affected by severe storms over the past week to use only licensed and reputable tradespeople to do repair work on homes. The NSW State Emergency Service received nearly 2,000 requests for assistance including, 776 involving damaged or leaking roofs; 313 for water inundation or flood threatening; and 263 […]

Jazba Live Concert Present Kishore the versatile genius

Jazba Live Concert Present Kishore the versatile genius

The show is from 5pm to 8:30 pm on Sunday the 1st of December.  We didn’t do it on Saturday as a lot of people usually have functions on Saturdays to attend.  Its at the Red Gum Function Centre in Wentworthville The details about the show are (the poster should be attached):  You can also share my facebook event link around […]