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  • ICC SYDNEY SECURES 1000TH EVENT

    Tuesday, 19 September 2017 The new International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) is already proving to be a huge success, securing 1000 events just 10 months after opening its doors and is on track to inject $5 billion into the

    12:20 AM - 19 Sep 2017
  • SYDNEY SNARES GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY FACILITY

    Monday, 18 September 2017 More than 170 jobs will be created over the next five years after the NSW Government secured a multi-million dollar global cyber security research and development facility in North Sydney. Minister for Innovation Matt Kean said

    11:50 PM - 18 Sep 2017
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Our Clear Plan To Keep NSW Working


The NSW-Government is Working for You

The NSW Government is Working for You
• The NSW Government has turned our State into Australia’s economic and infrastructure powerhouse
• Our State has gone from having the worst economic growth in the nation in 2011-12 to the best
• The NSW unemployment rate is now the lowest in Australia, at 5.1%
• In the last two years the number of jobs in NSW has grown by 131,000 with 51,000 of those in regional NSW
• Over the next four years, the Budget surplus is forecast to be $7.4 billion – compared with the $3.7 billion in deficits inherited from the previous Labor government

Building Our State

Building Our State
• The Government is delivering some of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects, such as the WestConnex, North-West Rail Link, and the second Sydney Harbour Crossing
• More than $73 billion in state infrastructure spending is being invested over the next four years
• $2.6 billion infrastructure boost following successful concession of Land and Property Information’s titling and registry services to a majority Australian consortium
• Former Australian Army Chief Lieutenant General Ken Gillespie AC DSC CSM appointed the NSW Government’s first Regional Infrastructure Coordinator, charged with accelerating the roll-out of infrastructure across the State

Keeping NSW moving

Keeping NSW moving
• More than 19,000 extra weekly transport services
• An extra 1,000 extra bus services for the North-West region ahead of new Metro trains arriving every four minutes
• Parramatta Light Rail preferred route announced for Stage 1 and $30 million to help fund a community pool for Parramatta
• Beaches Link and the Western Harbour Tunnel preferred route and market sounding launched

Easing the cost of living

Easing the cost of living
• Major CTP reforms will shave around $120 off the average Green Slip for motorists across the State and around $180 in Sydney
• Water bills in Sydney are, on average, $100 cheaper than a year ago
• Public hospital parking concessions have been boosted, with patients who need the most support to save as much as $200 a week on public hospital parking fees
• Introduced the Fire and Emergency Services Levy, which is a fairer way of funding our community’s fire and emergency services, and leaving fully-insured residential property owners better off on average by $47-per-year

Investing in NSW kids

Investing in NSW kids
• Ongoing funding of $2 million each year to help establish Australia’s first young adult hospice
• Provided 550 new permanent classrooms catering for an additional 8,000 student places and have 3,800 more teachers in our schools
• More than 2100 schools to receive a record $390 million maintenance boost
• ‘Education Infrastructure NSW’ announced as a new powerful delivery unit within the Department of Education to accelerate the construction and maintenance of NSW schools

Supporting Our Health Services

Supporting Our Health Services
• We have completed more than 50 hospital and health centre developments, and now have 5,300 more nurses and midwives
• $48 million to ensure paramedics have access to specialised health services to prevent injuries and to protect their incomes for at least five years if injured at work

Sharing the-State’s economic success

Sharing the State’s economic success
• Response to flood disaster in Northern Rivers and Northern NSW
• Contracts awarded across NSW for an extra 2200 social and affordable houses for the first phase of the Social and Affordable Housing Fund
• A means-tested adoption allowance reintroduced to help families progress to adopting the child in their care and $24 million committed to the Adoptions Transformation program
• 81 hectares of privately owned land purchased for Western Sydney Parklands, securing its future as open space

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