The NSW Government today announced its school budget allocations for 2019, with a record $1.18 billion being distributed to more than 2,200 public schools across NSW.
Member for Lane Cove, Anthony Roberts, says “applications are now open for postal and iVote online and telephone voting for the NSW State election being held on Saturday, 23 March 2019.”
Workers needed in Sydney Metro and across the state for the NSW State election
Public high school in Lane Cove will experience the Olympic spirit in the lead up to Tokyo 2020, with “some of the nation’s most elite athletes to visit students as part of an initiative... Read more
The local Rah Rah community is mourning the passing of one-Test Wallaby, Ken Yanz who has passed away, aged 89.
For the first time, self-funded retirees in Lane Cove will be among 130,000 seniors across NSW who will be able to claim $200 a year to help with their power bill, thanks to a new initiative... Read more
Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, today announced a suite of pioneering planning measures to help the Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council better utilise its land.
The NSW government’s ten-minute grace period on parking fines has kicked in, offering motorists “peace of mind they will now have time to return to their car before penalties apply.”