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  1. NSW Government logo

    NRAR sets ambitious targets for the next three years

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    Departmental media release

    The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) has released a new strategic plan for the period 2021-23 to outline its purpose and strategic goals as the NSW water regulator.

  2. NSW Government logo

    Roll out of the Snowy Water Licence amendments

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    Departmental media release

    The NSW Government has commenced implementation of the actions resulting from the 10-year review of the Snowy Water Licence.

  3. Wyong Weir

    Central Coast Water Sharing Plan open for feedback

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    Departmental media release

    NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment today announced the draft replacement water sharing plan for the Central Coast area has been placed on public exhibition for community feedback.

  4. Hawkesbury, 2 Smiths Lane looking east to Bushells

    NRAR finds high compliance within water bottling industry

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    Departmental media release

    The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) has found 92 per cent of mineral water bottling and extraction companies in the Southern Highlands, Lithgow, Oberon, Hawkesbury, the Northern Rivers and the Central Coast are compliant with NSW water laws.

  5. Ourimbah creek

    Embargo on in-river dams: Ourimbah and Jilliby Jilliby creeks

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    Departmental media release

    The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment today announced an embargo on in-river dams within the Ourimbah Creek and Jilliby Jilliby Creek water sources.

  6. NSW Government logo

    NRAR thanks First Nations people for their generosity during NAIDOC week

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    Departmental media release

    This week is NAIDOC Week 2020, with the theme ‘Always Was, Always Will Be’.

  7. 84 per cent of Local Water Utilities (LWU) in the Sydney, Hunter and Northern Rivers regions are compliant with NSW water laws

    Local Water Utilities leading compliance

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    Departmental media release

    The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) has found 84 per cent of Local Water Utilities (LWU) in the Sydney, Hunter and Northern Rivers regions are compliant with NSW water laws.

  8. Toorale, Boera Dam's Western Bywash to Western Floodplain

    NRAR and national parks partner to improve water use transparency at Toorale

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    Departmental media release

    The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) has asked the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) to install metering equipment at Boera Dam in Toorale National Park to increase transparency in water measurement.

  9. hase 3 of NRAR's intensive horticulture compliance campaign in Coffs Harbour.

    NRAR finds non-compliance in 17 Coffs horticulture operations

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    Departmental media release

    The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) has released the results of Phase 3 of its intensive horticulture compliance campaign in Coffs Harbour.

  10. NSW Government logo

    Indigenous compliance officers join NRAR in latest recruitment blitz

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    Departmental media release

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander officers make up a quarter (25%) of new recruits for the Natural Resources Access Regulator’s (NRAR) routine monitoring team.



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