Easing restrictions for fully vaccinated

In response to the faster-than-expected rate of vaccination, the NSW government will further ease rules for those who are fully vaccinated by bringing forward many of the roadmap changes scheduled for December 1 to next Monday, November 8. From November 8 there will be no limit on visitors to a home, no rules for outdoor…

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Local tradies to light up Monaro classrooms

Local tradies are invited to take part in the NSW Nationals in the state government’s LED Lighting Upgrade Program which will see eight schools across Monaro benefit from new lighting in classrooms. Nationals Member for Monaro John Barilaro said the third tranche of the program will see local students at Adaminaby, Berridale, Bombala, Bredbo, Captains…

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Bringing thousands of new jobs to the bush

An advanced manufacturing precinct at Narromine that will create more than 250 jobs is among the latest projects to benefit from the NSW Nationals in the state government’s $130 million Regional Job Creation Fund. An additional $55.5 million in funding had been awarded, leveraging $180.3 million in private investment across 69 projects across regional NSW…

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Queensland – open the border!

Federal Nationals Member for Page Kevin Hogan has again called for the Queensland border to be reopened, as international travel resumes. “From today you can fly overseas and do not need an exemption, you can travel freely between NSW, Victoria and the ACT,” Mr Hogan said. “But we cannot drive into Queensland.” “Family and friends…

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“A great day for regional NSW”

NSW has reached the November 1 roadmap milestone, with a further easing of restrictions for the double-vaccinated. From today, fully vaccinated residents can travel for holidays and recreation between Greater Sydney and regional NSW, bookings for hospitality venues are no longer capped, and fully vaccinated travellers from overseas can enter NSW without having to quarantine,…

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