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The Sleeper Issue that Could Collapse the Commercial Property Market
Commercial
Monday May 25 2020

The Sleeper Issue that Could Collapse the Commercial Property Market

In the enthusiasm of Governments around the nation to be pro-active with financial support for COVID-19, commercial landlords have been abandoned – particularly those who rely...

Cash, jobs to be injected into NSW economy
Civil
Thursday May 21 2020

Cash, jobs to be injected into NSW economy

More than $1.8 billion will be injected into the NSW economy through the fast-tracked assessment of construction projects in western Sydney.

NSW Lays Down Law on Major Project Assessment Timelines
Zoning
Thursday May 14 2020

NSW Lays Down Law on Major Project Assessment Timelines

Strict timeframes ranging from between five and twelve weeks will apply to major project assessment in New South Wales as the government in that state outlines...

It’s the Economy, Stupid
Business
Wednesday May 6 2020

It’s the Economy, Stupid

“It's the economy, Stupid” is a phrase that was coined by campaign strategist James Carville during Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign, but it is true today as...

NSW could abolish stamp duty, payroll tax
Residential
Monday May 4 2020

NSW could abolish stamp duty, payroll tax

The NSW opposition have given their cautious support to the Berejiklian government's push to abolish stamp duty and payroll tax in a bid to revive the...

NSW cladding ‘Needs Urgent Attention’
Buildings
Thursday April 30 2020

NSW cladding ‘Needs Urgent Attention’

Flammable cladding needs urgent attention but the NSW government hasn't recognised the seriousness of the situation, with only a small portion of at-risk buildings made safe,...

NSW fast-tracks projects to boost economy
Business
Tuesday April 28 2020

NSW fast-tracks projects to boost economy

The first tranche of NSW construction projects set to be fast-tracked in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic will create thousands of jobs and inject more than...

NSW govt spends $20mln on urban parklands
Public
Thursday April 23 2020

NSW govt spends $20mln on urban parklands

Inner west Sydney residents will benefit from $20 million in state government funding for new cycleways, improved public spaces and a neighbourhood park.

NSW Waves Tradie Licence Fees
Business
Wednesday April 15 2020

NSW Waves Tradie Licence Fees

Up to 200,000 licence holders operating in the building and construction sector throughout NSW are set to have their fees waived under a measure which the...

Commercial
6 Sep, 2019
Sydney stadium demolition cost revealed

The demolition of Sydney's Allianz Stadium will cost taxpayers just under $40 million, leaving $689 million in the budget to rebuild the venue at Moore Park.

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Commercial
23 Aug, 2019
Stadium build 'could disrupt Marvel film'

Fox Studios Australia has warned the Sydney Football Stadium redevelopment could have "significant economic consequences" for the film industry and disrupt the production of a major...

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Infrastructure
9 Aug, 2019
NSW govt push for fed infrastructure funds

The NSW treasurer will call for the Commonwealth to dig deep for city and nation-building infrastructure when he meets with his interstate counterparts in Adelaide.

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Commercial
29 Jul, 2019
NSW premier stands by stadium timeline

The NSW premier is confident the new Allianz Stadium will be completed by 2022 as planned, despite there being no company contracted to build it.

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Commercial
27 Sep, 2018
Ground Broken at Western Sydney Airport

The first piece of earth has been broken at the construction site for the new Western Sydney Airport.

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Environment
10 Aug, 2018
NSW Open to Army Support in Tackling Drought

NSW may call on the army to help drought-stricken farmers if the situation gets worse, the premier says.

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Commercial
8 Aug, 2018
Govt Accused of Inflating Stadium Figures

A key claim supporting the NSW government's business case for a new western Sydney stadium was never agreed to by the NRL, a parliamentary inquiry has...

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Mining
1 Aug, 2018
NSW EPA Doubts 'Low-impact' Coalmine

A proposed new underground coalmine within the Sydney drinking water catchment will use "innovative" measures to reduce its environmental impacts but the state's watchdog isn't convinced.

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Business
31 Jul, 2018
Victoria Bests NSW as Top Performing Economy

More people and new homes have helped Victoria edge past NSW as the nation's top performing economy, a new report shows.

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