Communities in Sydney’s inner west will benefit from new and improved public spaces, thanks to $20 million in funding from the NSW Government’s Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program. Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes said this funding will help Inner West Council deliver 10 projects across Annandale, Leichhardt and Petersham, including improved public … Continue reading “BETTER PUBLIC SPACES ON THE WAY FOR INNER WEST”
Critical construction and maintenance work across NSW roads and transport networks is being ramped up to keep people in jobs during COVID-19, and protect the livelihoods of more than 130,000 people directly and indirectly employed by Transport for NSW. Transport and Roads Minister Andrew Constance said transport infrastructure projects will also be key in rebuilding … Continue reading “NSW TRANSPORT AND ROADS PROJECTS KEEPING 130,000 PEOPLE IN JOBS”
More than 4.4 million laid-off workers applied for US unemployment benefits last week as job cuts escalated across an economy that remains all but shut down, the country’s government has confirmed.
A man has been charged after spitting at a police officer at a home in the Hunter region yesterday. About 10.30am (Wednesday 22 April 2020), an officer from Port Stephens-Hunter Police District attended a home on Berkley Street, Stroud, to speak to the occupants about a domestic violence related incident. Police spoke to a 29-year-old … Continue reading “Man charged after allegedly spitting at officer – Hunter region”
The Ruby Princess has departed Port Kembla following the conclusion of the joint operation to facilitate the movement and repatriation of crew members to their home countries. NSW Police Force has worked closely with Australian Border Force, Australian Federal Police, NSW Health, Aspen Medical, Princess Cruises and government officials from numerous overseas jurisdictions to ensure … Continue reading “Ruby Princess departs Port Kembla”
Fallen AFL champion Ben Cousins will spend at least one more night in prison pending a bail application and has indicated he’ll fight nearly all new charges against him, including aggravated stalking in Perth.
Queensland’s former chief health officer Gerry Fitzgerald, now a public health professor at QUT, has revealed when he thinks life may return to normal.
Very few people can say they’ve received a parcel from their Hollywood hero – but eight-year-old Corona DeVries is the exception.
Australia’s Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy told a Senate inquiry a deadly COVID-19 outbreak in the state likely originated from the cruise ship debacle.