We are calling on regional Australians to make your views clear on why areas outside big cities deserve jobs after a new inquiry into decentralisation of Commonwealth agencies passed with Coalition support in the Senate.
Every Council, Chamber of Commerce, CWA and community association in every regional town is invited to make a submission to this inquiry, to tell Canberra and the Labor Party, why regional Australia deserves Commonwealth agencies bringing well-paid, skilled jobs to your area.Read more
David first joined The Nationals back in 1957 following in the footsteps of his father, a loyal Nationals member, and he hasn’t looked back.
Known for his quick wit and superb balloon tying skills, David Muller has been a pillar of support within the Henty Branch of The Nationals for 60 years.Read more
While spending a day at the beach is part and parcel of Australian culture for so many, around 40 Aboriginal kids from Brewarrina, Bourke, Weilmoringle and Goodooga in Far North West NSW have experienced the ocean for the very first time!
The initiative is part of the Bush to Beach program, which now in its 12th year, which gives Indigenous kids a unique opportunity to learn and explore Sydney’s beach culture.Read more
Mount Canobolas is being taken over by a herbaceous threat: English Ivy. The ornamental garden species turned feral weed has spread over a large area within the Mount Canobolas conservation zone, strangling native vegetation wherever it goes, and Orange local and Nat’s member Robert Alford is putting out the call for help to get rid of it.Read more