The NSW Nationals in the state government have awarded 95 Bert Evans Apprentice Scholarships for 2020 worth a total of $1.425 million.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are delivering the next stage of the $250 million Griffith Base Hospital Redevelopment.
NSW Nationals Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead said these works were being funded thanks to an $836,734 grant from the Stronger Country Communities Fund.
The Regional Tech Hub will help rural Australians understand the telecommunications options available to them, decide which option best suits their needs, and resolve problems they experience with their phone and internet connections.
A $20,000 grant was awarded for the work from the Community Building Partnership program earlier this year to undergo repairs and create more space for community activities.
The $3.6 million project improves access to the foreshore, provides new amenities and recreational opportunities, including better fishing facilities, new pathways and picnic areas, and a new designated event space.
NSW Nationals Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson has announced a site has been selected for Tamworth’s new mental health care unit – a new ‘Banksia’.
John Barilaro joined more than twenty-five local champions in acknowledging their exceptional efforts during what has been an extremely challenging year.
A bold rescue-and-return mission by the NSW Nationals in the state government has successfully seen more than 60,000 Murray Cod released back into the wild.
The NSW Nationals in the federal government have opened a new round of the Mobile Black Spot Program, which has delivered improved connectivity along major regional and remote transport corridors and in disaster-prone regions.