Round 2 of the NSW Nationals in government’s accelerated Fixing Local Roads Program has opened to deliver better, safer roads and boost local job opportunities.
This brings stability for local journalists, ensuring they can continue their important work with the certainty that their organisation’s bottom-line has been bolstered by the federal government.
Local pubs, clubs and live music venues across regional NSW are set to host some of Australia’s biggest music artists before the end of the year to help kick-start the entertainment industry after COVID-19 closures.
It is an important chance for residents, farmers, businesses, and councils to have their say on how water infrastructure is designed and managed in the future.
Taree and the Manning Valley will soon be home to one of the Mid North Coast’s largest regional indoor sporting and entertainment facilities thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state and federal governments.
Country shows are set to return in 2021 with the NSW Nationals in the state government announcing COVID-safe guidelines for local shows.
“This is an attack on Australian jobs. An attack on Australia’s national interest. An attack on an industry that so many people rely upon for an income.”
NSW Nationals Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders and Education Minister Sarah Mitchell have visited Yawarra Community School to celebrate the opening of its hydrotherapy pool and carpark, the third and final stage of the school build.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are urging farmers to be on the lookout for signs of damage and the presence of fall armyworm larvae in summer crops following the recent trapping of moths in NSW.
John Barilaro is delivering a courthouse upgrade for the Queanbeyan community – a facility that is equipped to deal with modern cases, crimes and situations.