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Free admission for Under 16s at Sydney’s Museums

By at January 30, 2015 | 6:27 pm | 0 Comment

Free admission for Under 16s at Sydney’s Museums

Young people under the age of 16 will be granted free entry to the Australian Museum and the Powerhouse Museum. Free General Admission The move to waive the general admission fee for children under 16 will bring the two museums into line with other leading arts and cultural institutions across NSW and the world. Students attending the museums as part of a school more...

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Dangerous surf forecast to hit NSW coast

By at January 30, 2015 | 6:18 pm | 0 Comment

Dangerous surf forecast to hit NSW coast

Surf Life Saving New South Wales is urging all coastal water users to exercise caution over the next 48 hours as dangerous surf conditions have been forecast. From Friday a south-to-south-easterly swell of up to 4 metres with a swell period of up to 12 seconds is expected to affect the entire NSW coastline. The hazardous conditions have been forecast to continue into more...

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Summer fish stocks set to rise

By at January 29, 2015 | 6:52 pm | 0 Comment

Summer fish stocks set to rise

Recreational fishers will see fish stocks rise as the Department of Primary Industries (DPI)releases more than 4 million fingerlings and fry into lakes, dams and rivers across NSW by the end of summer. While visiting the Narrandera Fisheries Centre, Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson said that over 100 popular fishing spots across NSW would benefit from more...

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$600K for art in the regions

By at January 29, 2015 | 6:04 pm | 0 Comment

$600K for art in the regions

Five regional arts partnerships across regional NSW are set to be boosted by an extra $600,000 in 2015. Funding for regional partnerships is part of Arts NSW’s Arts and Cultural Development Program. Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant said the NSW Government are providing the funding to support projects that directly benefit artists living and working more...

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India’s 66th Republic Day celebrated at Concord Function centre

By at January 26, 2015 | 9:00 pm | 0 Comment

India’s 66th Republic Day celebrated at Concord Function centre

Amid slight showers, 66th Indian Republic  Day was celebrated with fervor and gaiety at Concord Function Centre today. Even rain couldn’t deter the patriotic spirit of the people who attended the function in large numbers. The solemn ceremony was attended by  over 200 dignitaries and officials of host government, members of the Indian community, media, academicians, more...

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Construction work starts on first Western Sydney Airport road

By at January 21, 2015 | 2:42 pm | 0 Comment

Construction work starts on first Western Sydney Airport road

Work is now underway on stage one of the $509 million Bringelly Road upgrade, the first upgrade in a $3.6 billion package to provide essential road infrastructure that will create jobs, reduce congestion and improve safety for all road users. The investment by the Commonwealth and NSW Governments will help build a stronger and more prosperous Western Sydney by helping more...

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Short+Sweet Bollywood to add spice to Short+Sweet theatre world

By at January 15, 2015 | 7:25 pm | 0 Comment

Short+Sweet Bollywood to add spice to Short+Sweet theatre world

Short+Sweet - the festival of tasty short theatre bites – announces a bright – and very colourful - new star in the Sydney theatre  scene: Bollywood! From March 9-22 Short+Sweet launches its latest version of the popular 10 minute theatre franchise: an exciting new dance festival featuring the Indian dance craze that has been sweeping the world  in recent years more...

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NSW signs historic agreement with Gujarat

By at January 15, 2015 | 7:09 pm | 0 Comment

NSW signs historic agreement with Gujarat

NSW Premier Mike Baird signed an agreement with the Indian state of Gujarat that will strengthen cultural, trade and diplomatic relations between NSW and India. A new Memorandum of Understanding between NSW and Gujarat has come into effect after Baird and the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Mrs Anandiben Patel, attended an official signing in Ahmedabad. Baird said the more...

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Jhappi Time: Millions of Indians to see NSW tourism campaign during cricket World Cup

By at January 14, 2015 | 11:28 pm | 0 Comment

Jhappi Time: Millions of Indians to see NSW tourism campaign during cricket World Cup

A successful online tourism campaign credited with increasing visitor numbers from India to NSW to record levels will be expanded across India. NSW Premier Mike Baird made the announcement at an event attended by travel trade officials in Mumbai during his official visit to India. Baird said more Indian tourists are choosing NSW and Sydney as their preferred more...

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Humptie De Umptie : ‘Real life experiences portrayed through play’

By at January 9, 2015 | 10:39 pm | 0 Comment

Humptie De Umptie :  ‘Real life experiences portrayed through play’

Produced and directed by Ridwan Hassim , Humptie De Umptie is all set to enthrall the audience at Short+Sweet festival from January 10-12, 2015. The producer says that the play is based on his personal experiences and he has portrayed his own life in the form of play. Ridwan began writing in 2001 and   loves to write about his personal life more...

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