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NSW allocates $275 million for net zero manufacturing grants

The NSW Government is today unveiling a substantial $275 million allocation in grants as part of the Net Zero Manufacturing Initiative, aimed at cementing NSW as the premier destination for the development and production of clean technology. 

New $320M metal coating facility in Western Sydney gets go-ahead

The NSW Government has approved the development of an additional BlueScope Steel factory in Western Sydney, set to enhance housing supply and create local domestic manufacturing employment opportunities.

NSW launches new micro-skills to bolster net zero transition efforts

TAFE NSW is launching eight new micro-skills related to renewable energy as part of the New South Wales government’s commitment to reskill NSW and boost the economy’s transition to net zero. 

NSW’s emission reduction targets set in stone with new climate bill

The New South Wales (NSW) government has introduced the Climate Change (Net Zero Future) Bill 2023, aiming to enshrine legal emissions reduction objectives and establish an independent Net Zero Commission.

New NSW Ministry appointments to focus on boosting jobs, domestic manufacturing

New South Wales Chris Minns has announced new appointments to the state’s Ministry to boost the government’s focus on skills, domestic manufacturing, and the importance of TAFE to regional NSW. 

NSW, Federal Gov’t launch national approach to revive local rail manufacturing industry

The New South Wales government said it is manufacturing the next fleet of Tangara trains locally, paving the way for the creation of new jobs and a more reliable rail network. 

Australian-made ferries to be deployed in Parramatta River in NSW

The NSW government has tapped Richardson Devine Marine Shipbuilders for the construction of seven new Parramatta Class ferries. 
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