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  1. Finterns at their graduation ceremony

    Sydney’s fintech scene boosted by new talent

    Young university students who have the potential to be the successful fintech entrepreneurs of tomorrow have completed a NSW Government-supported internship at one of 13 startup companies.

  2. Regional airport upgrade

    Regional airport projects set for take off

    The NSW Government has announced 17 regional airports that will share in $35 million for vital infrastructure upgrades.

  3. FINTECH

    Sydney confirmed as leading fintech hub in Asia

    A new report on the world's leading fintech innovators has confirmed Sydney's position as a leading fintech hub.

  4. Woman holds a sign that reads: Open in front of a shop

    NSW makes it easier for migrants to do business in Sydney

    From 1 January 2016, the NSW Department of Industry will remove the "excluded industry sectors" criteria from NSW business visa nomination requirements.

  5. Yellow Plasser equipment vehicle

    Plasser Australia on right track for growth

    Plasser Australia's recent $10 million expansion of its track maintenance and machinery manufacturing facility in Western Sydney is a major vote of confidence in the NSW economy.

  6. A photo of a new business owner holding a now open sign

    NSW the best place for startups

    NSW has been named Australia’s startup capital, in a report released this month revealing NSW is the best place to create and grow a startup company.

  7. NSW ranked 1st - Top performing State economy in Australa

    Sydney and NSW scoop the latest rankings

    According to the CommSec State of the States report, NSW is still on top with Victoria coming second.

  8. foreign currency

    Sydney in box seat for Chinese investment and jobs growth

    A new report released this week shows how Sydney can drive increased investment and create new jobs by taking advantage of its position as an official offshore renminbi centre.

  9. A male and female surveyor

    Win-win for employers, apprentices and trainees

    The NSW Government is investing in reforms to drive skills training and increase apprenticeship completion rates to 65% by 2019.

  10. The regional NSW town of Bathurst

    Conference a platform to promote regional NSW

    The Department of Industry is using a major regional conference in Bathurst starting today to promote the economic strengths of regional NSW.