Steph Cooke

Nats in Government fixing local roads

Work to fix local roads will soon be underway across the Coolamon Shire thanks to a joint funding effort from the NSW Nationals in the state and federal governments. Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke announced funding for four projects which will share in $875,526 from the Fixing Local Roads program. “This is a fantastic boost…

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Grants to boost agriculture efforts

Small and medium-sized exporters across regional, rural and remote NSW will benefit from programs aimed at creating jobs, re-invigorating industry and supporting regional NSW including the $10,000 Exporter Assistance Grant. NSW Nationals Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson said the support program came at an important time with many businesses struggling due to drought and bushfires.…

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Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Could 12-year-old Lincoln Chambers one day win Olympic gold for athletics? Or perhaps 13-year-old Ruby Dykstra will represent Australia in an international pony club competition? Maybe 15-year-old Jemimah Andrews will one day play for the Australian Diamonds netball team. Only time will tell for these youngsters, but Federal NSW Nationals Member for Page Kevin Hogan…

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Chris Gulaptis

Less paperwork for community groups

Charities and community groups in rural, regional and remote areas can now raise money and run community events free of unnecessary red tape and admin costs, following action from the NSW Nationals in the state government and improvements to community gaming laws. “I received a lot of feedback on this: local not for profits were…

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Temporary housing pods arrive in Monaro

Two recovery pods have arrived in Nerriga this week, allowing those impacted by the summer’s bushfires to stay on their properties while they begin the process of rebuilding. Deputy Premier and NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro said up to 200 accommodation pods were being rolled out across the state, thanks to a partnership between the…

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