Minister for Heritage Penny Sharpe has unveiled a Blue Plaque in Ashfield, recognising the life of
historical figure Quong Tart and celebrating his political advocacy and charity work in the 1800’s.
One of the Liberal government’s overseas built Emerald Class 2 Manly Ferries has suffered a serious steering failure which will leave it out of action for days at least.Read more
A Minns Labor Government will deliver rapid bus services to connect the Western Sydney communities of Campbelltown, Liverpool and Penrith to the new Western Sydney Airport (WSA) and Aerotropolis precinct.Read more
A Minns Labor Government will establish TAFE Domestic Manufacturing Centres of Excellence to help rebuild TAFE and our state’s domestic manufacturing capacity and capabilities, as well as boosting skills, apprentices, and creating thousands of new jobs – starting with Western Sydney, the Hunter and the Illawarra.Read more
The NSW Liberal Government has broken a promise made in November 2022 to build seven new River Class Ferries locally, admitting late yesterday that it rejected bids from local shipbuilders to construct the ferries here.Read more
A Chris Minns Labor Government will reopen Elliott Street Wharf in West Balmain, create new ferry stops in Annandale and Pyrmont and will review the frequency of ferry services to Drummoyne to deliver more ferry services and more ferry stops for passengers.Read more
NSW Labor will invest $103 million in NSW’s contemporary music scene as well as committing to bringing back lost music venues over the next four years, to repair the damage from a decade of venue closures under the NSW Liberals.Read more
After a decade of failed privatisation, a Minns Labor Government will create the NSW Energy Security Corporation, a state-owned body that will accelerate investment in renewable energy assets that will deliver cleaner and more reliable energy and help keep the lights on.
Labor will make lives easier for growing communities with additional $60 million for active transport
A Minns Labor Government will make life easier for growing communities across the state by increasing funding in the transport budget for active transport infrastructure with a $60 million investment.Read more