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The NSW budget does not allow for storm clouds ahead

While there are many good things about this budget keeping the state's economy humming, there is one big danger.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW Budget: Roads and schools the big winner in Queanbeyan for John Barilaro's first budget as deputy premier

Queanbeyan roads and schools will get a much-needed upgrade.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

More houses and grants in NSW Budget

Homes in NSW will be easier to buy and build with the NSW government cutting red tape and accelerating developments to cool the hot property market.

NSW budget 2017-18: Coal rebound tipped to bolster coffers for years

NSW's addiction to coal royalties shows no sign of easing after a surge in coal prices lifted expected royalties for the state by $839 million over four years.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW budget 2017-18: Rebate hands families $100 per child to promote sport

The Baker family attends more sports training sessions in the week than there are days.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW budget a 'missed opportunity' for some

The NSW budget fails to address cost of living pressures, according to the opposition, while the Greens have questioned the absence of money for climate change.

NSW budget 2017-18: Government finally acknowledges investors squeezing first-home buyers out

It was a small admission from the NSW government but it spoke volumes about its changing view of housing affordability.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Infrastructure spending in NSW budget

Trains and buses across the state will be revamped and regional NSW roads will be upgraded under the 2017/18 NSW Budget.

NSW budget builds western Sydney

More than $12 billion has been dedicated to improving the state's public transport with $8.5 billion set aside for that state's roads in the 2017/18 NSW Budget.

Hospitals win big in NSW budget

The NSW government's 2017/18 budget splashes big amount of cash for health services across the state.

NSW Budget 2017-18: Forecasts suggest Sydney housing market unlikely to crash

The Sydney housing boom is anticipated to moderate, but the NSW government has no crash in sight for the property market in their plans.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW budget winners and losers

First home buyers, hospital patients and small businesses are among the winners in this year's NSW budget.

NSW Budget 2017-18: Disincentive announced for investors buying off-the-plan apartments

The aim of the policy is to give first-home buyers an edge.
Brisbane Times

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