More than 500 NSW government websites will be consolidated into a single nsw.gov.au website in an effort to save customers time and money.
The NSW government has declared war on its unnecessary websites in an effort to provide customers with a more user-friendly experience. The new one-stop shop will save time and provide taxpayers with value for money by slashing tens of millions of dollars of costs over the next decade.
People expect a seamless digital experience when buying goods and services. It should be no different when dealing with government.
The Department of Customer Service is collaborating closely to help agencies get ready to retire little-used sites or merge information to nsw.gov.au which will become the centralised online home.
The new site will make it easier for customers to find information and advice on government services and activities and help them find answers to common questions such as school term dates.
A trial version of nsw.gov.au will go live at the end of the month, and will include information on drought relief, bushfire assistance and births, deaths and marriages.
Get your Seniors Concert tickets now
Local seniors are reminded that tickets are available for the popular free Seniors Concert at Port Panthers next Wednesday, February 19.
I am pleased to once again co-host the concert with Hastings Combined Seniors as part of the Seniors Festival with support from the NSW government.
This year we have some wonderful talent on show including Sentimental Journey, the very popular U3A Dancers, Khristina Joy and the Z Chords, Pete Di Losa, Sing Australia and two very special surprise performances.
Tickets are available from Port Panthers. Doors open at 9am, with a free morning tea. The concert begins at 9.30am.
Please don't hesitate to contact my Electorate Office for further details - 6584 0977.