Small businesses in southern NSW will benefit from a new $45 million grant program designed to cushion the economic impacts of the southern border closure thanks to the work of the NSW Nationals in the state government.
Federal Nationals Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has welcomed news Australians will have access to 25 million free COVID-19 vaccines.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are helping bring the Australian Grand Slam of Surfing to the picturesque Tweed region.
An independent review has found the Nationals-led rural health training is a winner for students and rural communities.
The NSW Nationals are backing local calls for common sense on the border closure, which has seen lives unnecessarily put at risk because of hospital confusion, and many more people facing uncertainty during a particularly tough time.
The changes are allowing Australia Post to retrain some of their posties to help deliver the significantly increased numbers of parcels during COVID-19.
New fire mitigation crews will bring more highly skilled people to the regions and be a great addition to our existing hardworking emergency services.
Small and medium-sized firms in regional areas will benefit from a state government push led by the NSW Nationals to showcase local products and services.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are committed to ensuring children have access to vital early education, particularly in the year before school.
The NSW Nationals in the state government, through Transport for NSW, are hiring a record number of new apprentices and trainees across regional NSW, giving local economies a much-needed boost.