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NSW jobs surging to full health

Medical technology is the star of the NSW Government’s first round of the Jobs Plus Program delivering about 280 jobs with Baxter Healthcare and biotechnology company SpeeDx announced as the first businesses to be part of the program.

CSIRO innovation partnership bolsters NSW science and tech strength

The NSW Government has signed a historic five-year Innovation Partnership agreement with Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, to drive digital technology, manufacturing and health excellence across NSW-based innovation precincts.

Hunter defence industry is growing stronger

The NSW Government has reiterated its support for the Hunter region’s thriving defence industry, as the Hunter Defence Conference kicks off, bringing together prime contractors, businesses, defence researchers and training institutions to drive collaboration for the future of the industry.

A new hope for movie jobs at Moore Park

Sydney’s first intake of JEDI Academy filmmakers have begun their training in 2021 thanks to a partnership between the NSW Government and the makers of Star Wars.

Proposed planning changes to deliver billions in investment

The NSW Government will accelerate the delivery of up to $4.8 billion annually in economic benefits under a suite of proposed reforms to planning rules and complying development.

Sydney’s Tech Central attracts tech giants

NSW could see safer, smarter, cities delivered through advanced Information Communication Technology with a Memorandum of Understanding now signed between the NSW Government and NTT Corporation.

NSW open for business with new agency - Investment NSW leading the way

Investment NSW, a new NSW Government agency, is open for business from today, reinforcing the State’s position as the economic engine room of the country.

New investment arm to accelerate NSW economy and jobs

The NSW Government will aggressively target international and local businesses through a new body – Investment NSW – designed to attract billions of dollars into the state and drive the economy to recovery.