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Fresh look, new features of pet registry website

Fresh look, new features of pet registry website

The NSW Government is launching a new and improved Pet Registry website to provide an enhanced customer experience for people registering cats and dogs. Public users of the registry will soon notice the website has a fresh look, enhanced navigation and a range of great new features. The upgraded website will make it easier to register pets, return lost animals to their owners and improve animal welfare outcomes in line with recent changes to Companion Animals legislation. At a glance the new Registry features include: Create/add a litter – Allows pet breeders to create a litter and add offspring, making it… Read more »

E-learning tool to boost the right of citizens to know

E-learning tool to boost the right of citizens to know

Transparency, trust and supporting open government are the themes for this year’s Right to Know Week. During this important awareness raising campaign the Information Privacy Commission (IPC NSW) is proud to launch its latest e-learning module Towards Open Government Information (TOGI) via a virtual event involving more than 10 NSW public sector agencies and up to 100 agency employees. During Right to Know Week NSW [September 24-30], selected officers will sit the 90-minute online course, the first comprehensive guidance to NSW Public Sector employees, bringing together information management responsibilities in one single training package. Participants will be taken through the… Read more »

Local libraries ramp up online safety

Campbelltown City Council’s libraries are set to become safer places for patrons to venture online thanks to the eSmart Libraries program. The city’s public libraries have received eSmart Libraries accreditation, with the program officially launched at Glenquarie Library earlier this month. Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr George Brticevic, said Council decided to apply for eSmart libraries accreditation to help ensure the online safety of the community members who use the facilities. “The digital revolution has brought with it many advantages,” he said. “The internet keeps people connected and informed, as well as being a vital business tool. “Unfortunately, it has also… Read more »

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Fresh look, new features of pet registry website

The NSW Government is launching a new and improved Pet Registry website to provide an enhanced customer experience for people registering cats and dogs. Public users of the registry will soon notice the website has a fresh look, enhanced navigation and a range of great new features. The upgraded websiteRead more »

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E-learning tool to boost the right of citizens to know

Transparency, trust and supporting open government are the themes for this year’s Right to Know Week. During this important awareness raising campaign the Information Privacy Commission (IPC NSW) is proud to launch its latest e-learning module Towards Open Government Information (TOGI) via a virtual event involving more than 10 NSWRead more »

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Local libraries ramp up online safety

Campbelltown City Council’s libraries are set to become safer places for patrons to venture online thanks to the eSmart Libraries program. The city’s public libraries have received eSmart Libraries accreditation, with the program officially launched at Glenquarie Library earlier this month. Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr George Brticevic, said Council decidedRead more »

Angus Taylor has given the thumbs up to new NBN customer service standards.

Customers should benefit from NBN rebates for poor service

New penalties will now apply if NBN Co fails to meet customer service standards. NBN Co (National Broadband Network Co) will be forced to pay rebates to retail service providers – such as Telstra, Optus and other providers – for poor connections, fault rectifications and missed appointments caused by NBNRead more »

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Digital driving licences on the way for NSW

Driving licences are set to be the next cab off the digital rank. The digital driver licence is the electronic version of the NSW Driver Licence available on your phone. It is planned for release across NSW in 2019, and designed to be convenient and make life easier. With aRead more »

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Get on board the Internet of Things or get left behind

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next evolution of the internet. It’s where computers and smartphones aren’t the only things connected to the internet. As part of the IoT evolution, a wide range of standard everyday physical devices will be embedded with technology to enable them to also beRead more »

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Launch pad smart business centre for Oran Park

New technology based businesses will soon have the support of Western Sydney University at hand with the establishment of a launch pad smart business centre in Oran Park. Camden Council recently agreed to sign a strategic alliance agreement with Western Sydney University to establish the launch pad for an initialRead more »

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Liverpool lands smart cities and suburbs project

A new project designed to help reduce congestion in our suburbs has been launched in South West Sydney. Data collected from pedestrian smartphones and cutting-edge traffic-counting technology will be used to track patterns of movement in a bid to better plan cities and build infrastructure where it is most needed.Read more »

Macarthur community groups are being encouraged to go solar and save on their power bills.

Get funding for solar power and save, community groups told

Community groups in Macarthur are being invited to apply for funding under the Australian Government’s Solar Communities Program. Liberal Senator for Western Sydney Marise Payne says  funding is available for the installation of rooftop solar photovoltaic, solar hot water and solar-connected battery systems. “Community groups which get involved will notRead more »

New research offers hope for people with impaired vision caused by cataracts.

WSU research offers hope to people with impaired vision

A team of researchers from Western Sydney University are on track to significantly improve the lives of children and adults with cataracts thanks to their development of a world-first process able to generate light-focusing lenses from stem cells. This discovery – recently published in Development and led by Dr MichaelRead more »

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