Splash of cash for Wagga Wagga Swim Club

NOTE: Picture taken prior to social distancing requirements. The Riverina has produced some of the finest athletes in the country, and now the stage is set for that proud tradition to continue with funding from the NSW Nationals in Government. Wagga Wagga’s Oasis Aquatic Centre is a hub for competitive swimming meets and hosts major…

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Free mental health service for regional workers

NSW Nationals Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation Kevin Anderson has announced additional funding for a free SMS service providing mental health counselling to 3 million workers in NSW’s rural and regional areas. Mr Anderson said the VirtualPsychologist service, part of SafeWork NSW’s Mentally Healthy Workplaces Strategy 2018-22, was making a huge difference to those…

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Additional support for flying doctors

The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) can now expand its work in protecting our regional communities thanks to an additional $810,000 from the NSW Nationals in Government. NSW Nationals Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders said the RFDS South Eastern Section was receiving $750,000 for two additional fully equipped Mobile Service Vehicles with full time staff…

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Nationals branch takes meetings online

The NSW Nationals are adapting to life during social distancing, with the Bathurst Branch holding an online eMeeting via a teleconference on Tuesday evening. The eMeeting was organised by Bathurst Branch secretary/treasurer Lachlan Sullivan, and members were emailed an invitation to participate. “We had an excellent response with around 20 attendees,” Mr Sullivan said. “The…

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Nationals mourn the loss of Ian Causley

A man dedicated to the service of his community, state and country, Mr Causley had an illustrious career spanning 23 years as a National Party Parliamentarian at State and Federal levels. Elected to the NSW Legislative Assembly as the Member for Clarence in March 1984, he held the seat until resigning in February 1996 to…

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Local upgrades thanks to Drought Stimulus Package

Finley residents will soon benefit from having a shaded path connecting homes to the town’s CBD, schools and parks as well as improved road safety, with the green light given to upgrade a significant local thoroughfare, thanks to NSW Nationals in Government funding. Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Premier Steph Cooke said $1 million from…

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