Night racing will return to Sydney Motorsport Park in August 2020 after the NSW Government allocated $33 million to redevelop the venue.
“Half of the cost of a house and land package in Sydney is red tape and taxes,” stated Tim Reardon, HIA’s Chief Economist.
The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has awarded $594,000 in grants to recreational angling clubs, community groups, landholders and local councils for 26 unique fish habitat projects, under the popular Habitat Action Grants Program.
Families in NSW can save up to $2000 each year through three new cost of living measures introduced on 1 July 2019.
Roads and Maritime Services is reminding truck drivers about the importance of obeying road signs after a B Double driver got stuck on Broughton Pass at Wilton.
The NSW Government will host a roadshow across regional NSW in July 2019 and August 2019 to explain new non-urban water metering rules that are being rolled out over the next five years.
Over the past year, Western Local Land Services and a number of its stakeholders have partnered to tackle the ongoing threat that introduced rabbits pose to the values of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area and at the same time, reduce the impact that rabbits have on primary production in the Western region.
Disaster assistance has been made available for Tamworth and Upper Hunter communities that were affected by bushfires in early February 2019.
The Opal Tower and Mascot Towers crises have had a significant impact on the purchasing decisions of home buyers and investors, who are now looking for alternatives to avoid the risk of buying into a strata development, according to Sydney builder, Thrive Homes.
The first of five planned high-flow environmental water releases during winter and spring to the Snowy River is set to commence in late June 2019, NSW Department of Industry Director Water Analytics, Danielle Baker, said.