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  1. Solar panels

    Solar energy giant chooses NSW

    One of the world's largest renewable energy companies, SunEdison, has chosen NSW as the home of its new Australian base.

  2. (L-R) Kapcher cofounder Thai Huynh, Minister Barilaro, Fishburners GM Matthew Hurps

    NSW - Australia's leading start-up state

    NSW's development of a strong technological start-up ecosystem is helping position the State as a global magnet for entrepreneurs and investors, according to NSW Small Business Minister John Barilaro.

  3. Winners and supporters from the 2014 International Student Awards

    Recognising outstanding international students

    It's time to recognise and celebrate the contributions that international students make to their fellow students, educational institutions and their community.

  4. Me3D founders Fletcher Thompson and Matt Connelly with NSW Minister for Industry Anthony Roberts at the CeBIT.AU Awards.

    NSW companies shine at CeBIT.AU Business Awards

    NSW-based companies took out two of the four awards presented at the CeBIT.AU Business Awards, held in Sydney last week.

  5. Alex Scandurra CEO Stone & Chalk

    Major progress on NSW Government’s Knowledge Hubs initiative

    Industry-led Knowledge Hubs – which are part of a NSW Government initiative to drive economic growth – are beginning to take important steps to improve collaboration and knowledge sharing.

  6. Equinix Sydney Managing Director, Jeremy Deutsch

    NSW - the new Silicon Valley

    NSW is Australia's international information and communication technology (ICT) capital, it accounts for 43% of Australia's total ICT businesses and 50% of the nation's telecommunication, computer and information services exports.

  7. Cranes on Sydney's horizon

    Sydney rising to new economic heights

    Sydney’s status as a construction and economic activity hotspot has been confirmed by a report, which has found the number of cranes at work on high-rise residential towers in Sydney has doubled in the past six months.

  8. Shoppers at a popular Sydney retail centre

    NSW ranked top economic performer

    NSW has secured the number one spot in the nation's economic rankings for the third consecutive quarter, as highlighted in the April 2015 State of the States CommSec report.

  9. Vivid Sydney

    Vivid Sydney expands to new city precincts

    Vivid Sydney is set to shine even more brightly in 2015 when the world's largest festival of light, music and ideas delivers its biggest program yet. For 18 nights, from 22 May - 8 June, Vivid Sydney will again transform the city and harbour.

  10. A photo of a child and her mother lying on green grass

    Sydney is Australia’s most liveable city

    Sydney is Australia’s most liveable city according to the Mercer 2015 Quality of Living Survey released this month. Sydney is the only Australian city to rank in the top ten most liveable cities.