O’Farrell cracks down on nocturnal drunks

By Paul Hemsley and Julian Bajkowski When the tragic death of Thomas Kelly in Kings Cross from a so-called king-hit made headlines across Australia, it was the final straw for the O’Farrell government. After several months of dramatic news reports filled with colourful identities and bikies parading their power, shootings in crowded streets and seemingly […]

NSW Budget holds tight reigns on IT spending

By Kevin Noonan   The announced public sector staffing cuts will also hurt IT, both in terms of reduced IT staff numbers and in reduced IT demand.   With the government exempting teachers, nurses, police, and funding for new initiatives, the axe must fall disproportionately on back room staff and administrative work that tends to […]

Lack of infrastructure hampering NSW

By Lilia Guan Infrastructure shortages are hampering the growth of New South Wales, claimed Opposition Leader Barry O’Farrell at the Property Council of Australia's (NSW) Great Growth Debate, held this week in Sydney. Mr O'Farrell remarked that if the Harbour Bridge were to be built in this modern day then “nothing would get done”, because it […]


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