Tenterfield Presbyterian Church has received $3400 in grant funding for restoration works, Nationals Member for Lismore Thomas George MP announced this week. “The Tenterfield Presbyterian Church has long needed to carry out important restoration work on ...
** Article and image sourced from Tenterfield Star, 21 July 2016.
The last time the Higher School Certificate (HSC) had a proper makeover was 17 years ago. So it should come as no surprise that Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli has undertaken the task of bringing the educational award into the 21st century.
Last week Minister Piccoli announced his list of positive changes the HSC would undergo by 2020, in which the curriculum would drastically improve the learning experience and standard of NSW graduates and better prepare our young adults for the modern workplace.Read more
Thanks to the NSW Government, local musicians could soon have the chance to showcase their talents on a global stage.
In partnership with MusicNSW, the Opportunity Development Grants Program is searching for gifted artists and their managers to apply for funding which would allow them to develop contacts within the industry and promote their music to overseas markets and producers.Read more
NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) has received a new Aviation Airbase in Armidale, to transform aerial firefighting in the New England Area.
The $800,000 state of the art facility replaces the ramshackle collection of shipping containers and portaloos that they had been working out of previously. The region's hilly terrain and vast areas of bushland make aerial firefighting a vital tool in the RFS's toolbox during the warm summer months.Read more
About 20 Trangie locals gathered at the Imperial Hotel in Trangie last Saturday to form the Trangie Branch of the NSW Nationals . Hosted by the State Member for Dubbo Troy Grant and Dubbo Electorate Council chairman Peter Bartley the enthusiastic group ...
** Article and image sourced from Narromine News, 25 July 2016.
The Australian and NSW governments each contributed $390 million towards the project. NSW Member for Oxley Melinda Pavey said the community had fought hard to secure the road upgrades. “It’s great news to be able to deliver and open this section of ...
** Article and image sourced from Nambucca Guardian, 22 July 2016.