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Start your year by being carefree and falling in love with the latest track of the New Year, Lapadva. Written, performed and composed by the talented artist, Anurag Halder, this song is sure to get you feeling euphoria! Audio Credits Song Name: Lapadva Singer: Anurag Halder Composition & Lyrics: Anurag Halder Arrangements & Track Produced […]

Anyone who tests positive using a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) will now be required to register their result with Service NSW. Premier Dominic Perrottet said the new registration process was an important part of managing the pandemic. “NSW residents can register their result with just a few clicks on the Service NSW website or by […]

Vaccinations for children aged five to 11 commence today with parents and carers urged to book their children an appointment as soon as possible. Premier Dominic Perrottet said the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine (Comirnaty) will be made available for the roughly 720,000 children in that age group across NSW. “More than 18,000 kids aged five to […]

 Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, and the world’s most sustainable corporation 2021 as ranked by Corporate Knights, today unveiled the first home energy solutions made from ocean plastics. The market-leading Merten range of sockets and switches made from recycled ocean material delivered in sustainable packaging, eliminating non-recyclable material, and empowering […]

Anthony Albanese’s High Speed Rail link between Newcastle and Sydney will kick-start a rail revolution in Australia, and a better future for regional communities. Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) National Secretary Mark Diamond said the High Speed Rail link would be the vital first step towards an east-coast rail network linking Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane […]

December 22, 2021 –– Aussies will put family and friends first in 2022 after being torn apart during the pandemic, with less screen time and more face-to-face time among our top priorities. That’s according to a new World Vision Australia survey, which has found we are making different New Year’s resolutions compared with pre-COVID, craving the […]

As summer heats up and preparations begin for the festive season, NSW Health is urging residents to avoid Salmonella food poisoning by taking simple measures to ensure food stays safe. Keira Glasgow, NSW Health Acting Director of Enteric and Zoonotic Diseases Branch, said the warmer weather created the perfect environment for salmonella to grow. “Each […]

The NSW Government’s booster program continues to ramp up with NSW Health already delivering more than 120,000 vaccine booster doses to help keep people safe and increase levels of immunity to COVID-19. On Friday, NSW Health clinics delivered the highest daily total since the rollout of the program, up from 2000 doses two weeks ago, […]

New statistics released today by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR) show that many crimes fell sharply as a result of the second COVID-19 lockdown. “Violent crime had returned to pre-pandemic levels by June 2021” said Jackie Fitzgerald, Executive Director at BOCSAR.  “However, since July violent offences again declined following the introduction of […]

Have La Niña’s storms got your furry friend feeling stressed? A UNSW Sydney animal ecologist gives advice on how to help them – and you – get through the dreary days. Put away your swimmers, because the Bureau of Meteorology have called it: Australia is in for a wet and stormy summer. This gloomy forecast […]

Sometime this summer, Caitlin Creak will be tacking tiny tracking systems slightly larger than a rice grain to the heads of eight male Sydney Funnel-web spiders (Atrax robustus) to see where they wander at night. “Because this is a dangerous species, I do gas them first,” Ms Creak, a PhD candidate in UNSW Science’s School […]

The NSW Government is urging people to book in for their COVID-19 booster shot with restrictions easing today as part of the reopening roadmap. The new settings that come into effect today include: · Density limits will cease and masks will only be required on public transport and planes, at airports, and for indoors front-of-house […]

NSW Health is urging residents to take active measures to stay safe and healthy over the summer break by ensuring medical prescriptions are filled and the 24-hour Healthdirect helpline is kept on hand to reduce stress and inconvenience if family members do become ill while travelling. Senior Medical Advisor for NSW Health, Dr Jan Fizzell, […]

90 per cent of Australians believe they’ve seen an increase in economic disparity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 89 per cent of Australians believe there is an evident, growing social divide, including increased privileges between the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 93 per cent of Australians believe that where a person […]

An Australian-first data project has identified close to 30,000 different pathways from education to work and the factors that impact employment and earning outcomes, so students can make informed career decisions. The NSW Government today unveiled the Pathways for the Future Pilot Project Sumary Insights report, which maps the work and study trends of 3.5 […]