NSW Nationals Member for Parkes Mark Coulton has met with local communities to discuss agriculture and opportunities. “It was great to be at the Roxy Theatre in Bingara last week for the Namoi Unlimited board meeting and workshops,” Mr Coulton said of the recent trip. “Namoi Unlimited is a joint organisation of several councils in…
Charities and community groups in rural, regional and remote areas can now raise money and run community events free of unnecessary red tape and admin costs, following action from the NSW Nationals in the state government and improvements to community gaming laws. “I received a lot of feedback on this: local not for profits were…
Two recovery pods have arrived in Nerriga this week, allowing those impacted by the summer’s bushfires to stay on their properties while they begin the process of rebuilding. Deputy Premier and NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro said up to 200 accommodation pods were being rolled out across the state, thanks to a partnership between the…
The NSW Nationals in Government are investing in Landcare NSW to help it to deliver more initiatives for the environment and provide more support to their volunteers.
The NSW Nationals support research to establish whether rare and endangered flora and fauna exist on reserves or in areas of remnant vegetation on agricultural private property located within rural areas, and will designate ‘environmentally sensitive areas’ if rare flora and fauna are found.
Water security in our drying climate is vital for the growth of our regions – to supply quality drinking water as well as ensuring businesses and farms can maximise their potential.
The NSW Nationals acknowledge our climate is changing, resulting in more extreme and variable weather patterns.
The NSW Nationals believe investing in our regional centres is vital to the growth of our state – supporting regional business and industry and supplying a convenient place for a range of essential services.
Access to a range of diverse artistic and cultural experiences is important for the social wellbeing of all Australians.
Emergency services workers – both paid and voluntary – make a huge contribution to the safety of people and property in regional NSW.