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  1. Live and work in Sydney

    Sydney among the least expensive global cities in the world to live and work

    A new report released by international real estate group Savills has found Sydney is among the least expensive global cities in the world in which to live and work.

  2. Image of Sydney buildings, including iconic Sydney tower

    Sydney surges up global financial rankings

    Sydney's attractiveness as an international financial centre has been reflected in the latest Global Financial Centres index.

  3. Regional NSW town

    Regional NSW wins more jobs

    Regional NSW gained an additional 30,400 jobs over the past 12 months to August according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

  4. A photo of David Thoday at the launch of Jobs for NSW

    NSW gets cracking on jobs

    The Jobs for NSW Bill has passed through both houses of Parliament paving the way for 150,000 new jobs and a turbo-charged State economy that will lead the nation.

  5. NSW employment

    Great news for NSW employment

    Today's Australian Bureau of Statistics Australian labour force statistics for August 2015 are great news for NSW.

  6. Jobs for NSW launch

    Jobs for NSW launched to help drive 150,000 jobs

    Jobs for NSW, an innovative body that will drive the creation of 150,000 jobs over four years, was launched today by the NSW Premier and Minister for Industry.

  7. Airport desk

    NSW launches International Student Welcome Desk at Sydney Airport

    International students in NSW now have support from the moment they arrive at Sydney International Airport. The NSW International Student Airport Welcome Desk commenced operations on 18 July.

  8. Stockton, NSW

    Regional case studies highlight opportunities

    A new campaign details the benefits of relocating from Sydney to regional NSW.

  9. Sydney among upcoming fintech cities

    Five emerging fintech hubs, including Sydney, Singapore, Berlin, Madrid and Amsterdam were named the "five dark-horse cities" by a global survey.

  10. Regional NSW map

    First class mobile coverage for Regional NSW

    The NSW Government will fix up to 795 mobile phone black spots making it easier for residents in regional communities to stay connected.