The New South Wales Government has introduced structural changes to prevent people climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge illegally.
Landholders in and around the Balranald region are encouraged to join the Western Local Land Services drought lot tour which will offer insights and opportunities for landholders to improve their livestock and property management during dry times.
“One of nine new forestry hubs announced by the Prime Minster is great news for the North East NSW timber regions,” said Andrew Hurford, President of Timber NSW.
Disaster assistance is available for northern NSW communities affected by the bushfires that started on 11 February 2019.
Moves to improve community protection against shonky developers, builders and certifiers is a welcome development after years of inaction at a state level, the local government sector said.
Small, medium and regional enterprises will find it easier to do business with the NSW Government under a major procurement policy.
Greater Sydney Local Land Services will roll out a feral rabbit reduction program throughout the region from 21 February 2019.
With maximum temperatures comfortably exceeding 40 degrees Celsius in most of the Western region, and with the forecast for more of the same, Western Local Land Services is reminding producers about steps that should be taken to minimise heat stress on livestock.
Central Tablelands Local Land Services is working on a new project that will reduce invasive plants and animals threatening the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
World-first cameras capable of identifying drivers illegally using mobile phones have been switched on at two locations in Sydney for a three month pilot.