Inmate paintings to raise money for children in need

Dozens of paintings by Aboriginal inmates at Wellington Correctional Centre will be sold this month to…

Thousands of hectares of wildlife habitat threatened by government’s 25m clearing proposal

The NSW Government is pushing through changes to the Rural Fires Act that will lead to…

Aboriginal Maritime Safety Plan launch

Transport for NSW is launching a plan to reduce the likelihood and consequences of boating incidents…

‘Get lit’ for safety after sundown on Hunter and Northern NSW waterways

A boating enforcement blitz with a focus on safety after sundown has started on waterways from…

NSW bushfire community recovery and resilience funding applications close soon

Local councils, community groups and not-for-profit organisations in bushfire impacted areas have until November 16 to…

DEFENCE HELPS SYDNEY UNI PUT SHARP FOCUS ON NEW CAMERA TECHNOLOGY

Western Sydney University is working with the Australian Defence Force to develop world-first technology that will…

MIDDLE-AGED AUSTRALIANS HARDEST HIT IN COVID – LOSING JOBS AND HOMES AS THEY ENTER SUNSET YEARS

New research reveals that older Australians are working for longer just “to sustain their financial positions”…

AGRICULTURAL SHOWS WELCOME UP TO 5,000 PATRONS FROM JANUARY

NSW GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS WILL BE EASEDThe peak body for agricultural shows in NSW has…

Nationals Education Minister visits the Clarence with good news

Following hot on the footsteps of Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Deputy Premier John Barilaro, NSW Nationals…

Funeral industry under review

The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has launched a review into costs, pricing and competition…

Road works contracts should create local jobs

NSW’s peak local government body has reiterated the vital importance of State contracts that pay for…

Be aware of shocks and tingles

Essential Energy is reminding customers that receiving a shock or tingle in or around their home…

Awards prove a year of adversity did not stop councils from outstanding environmental achievement

An ambitious strategy to reduce emissions, improve sustainable energy use, increase recycling, plant more than 1400…

Yamba steps into a 5G future

Yamba has taken a step towards the 5G future as Telstra switches on the area’s first…

Burning red tape to protect homes

Clarence and Richmond Valley rural landowners will be able to clear up to 25 metres on…

Regional Managers on the way across NSW

Golf NSW, in conjunction with Jack Newton Junior Golf (JNJG), has appointed eight Regional Managers to…

Koala red tape to stop at farm gate

A menacing attempt by the Sydney bureaucracy to strangle Clarence and Richmond Valley farmers and timber…

Streamlined outdoor dining rules will help local economies – but support funding needed

NSW’s peak body for local government has welcomed the State Government announcement on streamlined outdoor dining…

Council- supported research on recycled road material usage will help environment and economy

A push towards new jobs in a circular economy is a key driver behind new research…

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