Ministerial News

Almost $50M For Emergency Drought Initiatives In New England Region

The Liberals & Nationals Government is investing close to $50 million for water initiatives to help drought-affected communities in the New England region. Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey, Minister for Finance and Small Business Damien Tudehope...

Water Restrictions To Help Conserve Water In Lower Hunter

Water restrictions will be introduced across the Lower Hunter next month for the first time in 25 years, in response to the worst drought on record for NSW. Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey announced Level 1 water restrictions would begin on...

Shooters Borsak Must Clarify Position on Murray Darling Basin Plan

Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey has called on Robert Borsak to clarify his party’s position on the Murray Darling Bain Plan following a split between two of his lower house MPs, Roy Butler and Helen Dalton. Member for Barwon Roy Butler has...

Securing Sydney’s Future Water Needs

The NSW Government has commenced further work to secure water for Greater Sydney with preliminary planning for the expansion of the Sydney Desalination Plant (SDP) commencing as Greater Sydney dam levels continue to drop at record pace. Minister for Water, Property...

NSW Water Minister Welcomes New Murray Darling Inspector General

The NSW Government today welcomed moves to bring greater scrutiny to water security by introducing an Inspector General to make sure state and federal water agencies are held to account. Minister Pavey said one of the first action items she will request from the new...

Household Help to Save Water

Greater Sydney residents will have more assistance to make their homes water efficient as part of a NSW Government package to support the community during on-going drought conditions. Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey today announced a $6 million...

NSW Government To Boost Social And Affordable Housing In Regional NSW

Vulnerable people across regional NSW will have access to brand new, fit-for-purpose social and affordable housing thanks to a $41 million investment from the NSW Government. One-hundred-and-two new properties will be built for seniors, older women and younger people...

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by | Apr 24, 2018 |