Schools and students across regional NSW are benefitting from record investment in their education as part of the 2021-22 NSW Budget, with more than $6 billion being spent on supporting teachers, new and upgraded schools and technology to connect our students.
Regional and rural NSW will benefit from the $10.8 billion statewide health infrastructure spend over four years announced in today’s Budget, including $3.2 billion in 2021-22.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are delivering a record investment in trade and industry to support NSW businesses through the economic recovery and to expand the state’s international export opportunities.
Keeping people safe, boosting the economic recovery and creating a prosperous future through innovation, continued investment and reform is at the heart of today’s 2021-22 NSW State Budget.
Communities across the state are in line for better facilities and infrastructure with the popular Community Building Partnership Program getting an additional $18.6 million injection over two years in the 2021-22 NSW Budget.
The NSW Budget is about bridging the city/bush divide and providing equal access to the same facilities and services as the cities.
Hunter Valley local Ross Cadell has been preselected by the NSW Nationals as the lead Senate candidate for the upcoming federal election.
The program is helping to promote educational access, and supporting increased participation for Aboriginal children and children experiencing vulnerability and disadvantage.
Read Member for Upper Hunter Dave Layzell’s first speech in NSW Parliament.
Wagga Wagga is embracing the colder months with a two-week festival that encourages locals and visitors to rug up and explore the delights of winter in the regions, thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government.