NSW Government's agenda passes State Parliament

The NSW Government used the final two sitting weeks of the year to continue to deliver historic reforms for first home buyers, women's safety, enhanced integrity and responding to, and recovery from, natural disasters.

Premier Dominic Perrottet said these reforms show that the NSW Government remains committed to securing a brighter future for the people of NSW.

"This is a Government with big ideas to improving the lives of people across NSW, whether you live in the city or out in the bush," Mr Perrottet said.

"These reforms will have a positive impact across all areas of the community. They will assist first home buyers to own their own home sooner, ensure we save lives with our landmark coercive control justice reforms, enhance integrity across Government and bolster our response to, and recovery from, natural disasters.

Bills passed in the last two weeks include:

  • Property Tax (First Home Buyer Choice) Bill
  • Crimes Legislation Amendment (Coercive Control) Bill
  • NSW Reconstruction Authority Bill
  • Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Amendment (Family is Culture) Bill
  • Aboriginal Land Rights Amendment Bill
  • Crimes Amendment (Protection of Criminal Defence Lawyers) Bill
  • District Court Amendment Bill
  • Medicines, Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Bill
  • Privacy and Personal Information Protection Amendment Bill
  • Fisheries Management Amendment Bill
  • Government Sector Audit and Other Legislation Amendment Bill
  • Integrity Legislation Amendment Bill
  • Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Amendment Bill
  • Treasury and Energy Legislation Amendment Bill
  • Electronic Conveyancing Enforcement Bill
  • Building and Other Fair Trading Legislation Amendment Bill
  • Government Sector Employment Amendment Bill
  • Motor Accident Injuries Amendment Bill
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