Ministerial News

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...

Budget Delivers for Public Lands and Waterways

Showgrounds across the state will get a facelift thanks to the 2019-20 NSW Budget, with the Government investing in maintenance and improvements. Minister for Water, Housing and Property Melinda Pavey today announced that the Budget would also provide funding for...

Rainy Relief, But Not Enough To Sink The Big Dry

Over 30 millimetres of rain has fallen across Sydney over the past 36 hours, but this has been only a third of what Sydney has needed to significantly impact dam inflows. Minister for Water, Property and Housing said a single rain event is not itself enough to break...

Stopping Drivers From Feeling The Pinch

The highly successful pinch point removal program will be expanded under the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government to remove even more known bottlenecks and keep drivers moving on roads across the State. Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Roads Melinda Pavey...

Central Coast Highway Duplication Continues

The NSW Liberals & Nationals Government will invest $387 million to complete the next section of duplication of the Central Coast Highway, delivering the upgrade between Bateau Bay and Wamberal. This will result in a dual carriageway along the full route between the...

$32 Million To Drive Growth In NSW

Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, and Minister for Roads, Melinda Pavey, today announced $32.2 million in roads funding across Sydney and regional NSW to help ease congestion and connect communities. The $32.2 million of funding comes from the latest...

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by | Apr 24, 2018 |