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  1. The NSW stand at Fine Food Australia 2016

    Best of NSW on show at Fine Food Australia

    A select group of eight of the state’s quality food producers is set to bring NSW flavour to Melbourne’s Fine Food Australia expo this week, presenting their delectable range of goodies to the world on the NSW Department of Industry stand.

  2. Premier, NSW Minister for Skills and NSW Minister for Transport with Sydney Metro apprentices

    Record infrastructure spend to train tomorrow’s tradies

    Minister for Skills John Barilaro, NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Transport Andrew Constance launch the Infrastructure Skills Legacy Program.

  3. Minister Roberts at Land Forces 2016

    Land Forces 2016 showcases State’s defence muscle

    The NSW Government will represent 12 NSW defence industry companies at Australia’s premier land defence expo Land Forces 2016, in Adelaide 6-8 September.

  4. Avalon

    Join us at Avalon 2017

    Applications are now open to co-exhibit with NSW Department of Industry at the forthcoming Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition staged at Avalon Airport, Geelong, Victoria from 28 February to 5 March 2017.

  5. A crowd of women cheering at the opening of the Women’s Online Network

    One-stop-shop online resource for female entrepreneurs

    Women’s Online Network, a new one-stop-shop digital resource that provides female entrepreneurs access to resources, knowledge and people to help them create and grow their business, was launched this week.

  6. University of Wollongong Vice Chancellor Professor Paul Wellings CBE with NSW Minister for Industry Anthony Roberts at the opening

    Innovation gets a boost in Wollongong

    The University of Wollongong’s new building for the iAccelerate Centre was officially opened this week.

  7. People in a laboratory looking into a microscope

    Setting the direction for vocational education and training

    The NSW Government is delivering greater choice for students and employers by building a more flexible and demand-driven vocational education system.

  8. MedTech review identifies growing skills gap

    The Medical Technology Workforce and Skills Review, commissioned by the NSW Medical Technology Knowledge Hub, identified an overall skills gap of 3% in the MedTech industry, which could grow to 26% within five years.

  9. Supporting women in tech

    Increasing women in the tech startup community was the focus of SheCodes, a coding training session designed specifically for women held earlier this month.

  10. 2016 Award Winners with Minister Roberts

    Celebrating the 2016 NSW Creative Achievement Awards

    Last night, the winners of the 2016 NSW Creative Achievement Awards were announced by the Minister for Industry, Anthony Roberts at a gala awards ceremony held at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in Sydney’s Circular Quay.