The NSW Government’s Dine and Discover voucher scheme is being extended until the end of July.
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said he hopes the school holidays will give people an opportunity to spend the vouchers.
Farmers are being offered more financial assistance, as they continue to struggle with the mouse plague in the State’s west.
The NSW Government has agreed to provide rebates of up to $10,000 to cover half the cost of buying zinc phosphide baits.
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There are massive delays for drivers heading into the city from the north this morning.
A crane has broken down in the Harbour Tunnel – cars are banked back about 10km.
The Anglican Church of Australia says a new report highlighting the extent of domestic violence will help the Church better support victims.
Research commissioned by the Church showed domestic violence among Anglicans was the same as or higher than the wider community.
The Prime Minister will deliver a key foreign policy speech in Perth today, ahead of a visit to the UK for a meeting with leaders from the world’s top economies.
Scott Morrison will use his speech to urge greater co-operation between democracies during this period of global uncertainty, and warn of risks still posed by China in the Indo-Pacific.
Countless websites and apps around the world went down for about an hour overnight.
It was the result of a widespread failure at a website service provider in California.