Transforming Gundagai’s Old Mill

Gundagai’s oldest building, The Old Mill, will be restored to its former glory and transformed into an agri-tourism destination, thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Regional Tourism Activation Fund. Nationals Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke said a $687,530 grant will enable structural works to be undertaken which will stabilise the historically significant…

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Nats deliver major budget funding boost for local communities

The NSW Nationals in the federal government are investing an additional $500 million in the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program through the 2022-23 Budget, delivering a major boost to communities across the country and delivering the projects they need and deserve. This funding will support more community infrastructure projects, boosting local jobs and…

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Boosting medical student places at rural clinical schools

The NSW Nationals in the federal government are investing nearly $100-million to expand the number of Commonwealth-supported places for medical students at rural clinical schools and regional university campuses. The Federal Budget 2022-23 is delivering an investment of $296.5 million in regional, rural and remote health, including new measures aimed at increasing the medical workforce…

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