The NSW Nationals in the state government have committed $583 million over four years to deliver 1500 new police officers.
Five major vaccination hubs and 99 satellite sites will open progressively across regional NSW starting from Monday, March 15.
The NSW Nationals in the state government have started work on the Junee to Griffith line upgrade to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Replacing old timber bridges means improved community connections to schools, towns and jobs, allowing easier movement of freight and safer roads.
NSW Nationals Minister for Mental Health Bronnie Taylor is on a mission to ensure every young person has access to in-school health care.
The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine into regional, rural and remote communities is a vital part of the strategy to ensure everyone is protected.
The NSW Nationals in the state government have allocated a further $20 million for showground upgrades across the state.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are investing $7 billion in education over the next four years, the largest investment in the history of NSW.
NSW Nationals Senator Perin Davey is concerned airfare prices could rise in the regions, after Rex Airlines cut several flight paths this week.
The NSW Nationals are serious about driving down road crashes and we are committed to achieving Vision Zero – zero deaths and serious injuries by 2050.