19 December 2014
Support is available to families following the incidents that occurred recently in Sydney's Martin Place.
11 December 2014
Holroyd High School principal Dorothy Hoddinott AO has won the 2014 Human Rights Medal.
15 December 2014
In view of the ongoing siege in the Sydney CBD, and the uncertainty surrounding security arrangements, all planned excursions to the Sydney CBD area are cancelled for Tuesday 16 December and until the safety can be assured within the CBD.
4 December 2014
Andrew Johnson, Acting Secretary General of the ChildFund Alliance, has been appointed as the first Advocate for Children and Young People in NSW, an independent statutory office that replaces the Commission for Children and Young People.
4 December 2014
A teacher whose grandfather served as a light horseman at Gallipoli and the great granddaughter of Alec Campbell, Australia's last Anzac are among the 100 students and 28 teachers who will represent NSW at the Anzac Day Dawn Service at Gallipoli next year.
2 December 2014
It has been 30 years since the London Symphony Orchestra visited Australia and more than 100 years since one of the most influential composers of the 20th century, Igor Stravinsky wrote Petrushka.
28 November 2014
Fifty NSW schools have won Food Gardens in Schools grants worth $3,500 each, and 46 have won Eco Schools grants worth $2,500 each.
25 November 2014
The new government high school serving Sydney's North Shore has been officially named as Cammeraygal High School by the Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli and the Member for North Shire, Jillian Skinner.
23 October 2014
Linda O'Brien, Granville Boys High School principal, has been named one of Australia's 10 most influential women.
9 October 2014
Ten NSW students were recognised for their achievement in community languages at a special ceremony in Sydney on 29 September.