This is what Australia's recession means for youWhile NSW might be trying to bounce back after the coronavirus crisis hammered the economy, there’s still some good news for residents in the state budget. The state government is hoping to attract international movie shoots to NSW, and that local crews will be hired. In his budget speech, NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet was expected to slam the stamp duty as a “relic from a bygone era”. “We will also recognise interstate licences and qualifications, so workers from any state can ply their trade in NSW. A rollout of $157.8 million worth of LED lights across NSW schools is also featured in the budget.