Fans will see the best women’s rugby teams in Australia go head to head when Coffs Harbour hosts the fourth Super W National Women's XVs Rugby Union Tournament, thanks to the NSW Government’s Regional Events Acceleration Fund.
Footy fans will be able to enjoy a weekend road trip to the regions and see their team vie for valuable NRL premiership points at world class regional stadiums, thanks to the Regional Events Acceleration Fund.
Top surfers from Australia and New Zealand will compete in front of a global audience in the final Australian Qualifying Series on the World Surf League (WSL) calendar at Tweed Heads next month, thanks to NSW Government funding.
The NSW Government has today announced a $50 million package to offer farmers, households and small businesses assistance to battle the mice plague currently impacting parts of rural and regional NSW.
Female sporting teams across regional NSW will benefit from new and improved facilities and regional towns will soon see even more investment in community infrastructure and programs that will make a big difference to everyday life in the bush, thanks to the $100 million Stronger Country Communities Fund.
The expansion of an award-winning craft distillery in the Upper Hunter to increase production of its small batch premium quality spirits by 15-fold is the first of 23 projects being backed by the NSW Government’s $100 million Regional Job Creation Fund which will create at least 5,000 new direct jobs across regional NSW.
The NSW Government has today launched a bold program to set aside a portion of coal mining royalties to ensure coal mining communities have a strong future for decades to come.
The NSW Government and the China Shenhua Energy Company Limited (Shenhua) (Shenhua Watermark Coal Pty Ltd) have reached a $100 million agreement in which Shenhua will withdraw its mining lease application and surrender its development consent for the Shenhua Watermark Coal project.
Regional communities and industries will have greater clarity about the future with the NSW Government today announcing further details about potential coal projects at the Wollar area in the Central West and Dartbrook in the Upper Hunter.
The NSW Government and the NSW Wine Industry Association have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will deliver support to producers and provide a renewed focus on increasing exports and regional industry development and encourage further innovation.