Free menstrual hygiene products for NSW students

Students at public schools across NSW will return to school in 2023 with access to free menstrual hygiene products thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government. More than 4,600 dispensers have been installed in public schools across the state to support young women overcome barriers in accessing menstrual hygiene products. Nationals Minister for…

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Adventure begins for regional bike riders

Bike riders and regional communities are on track to benefit from a NSW Nationals in the state government plan to boost regional tourism and grow adventure cycling experiences. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole has unveiled the Adventure Cycling Strategy to strengthen local economies and promote the regions as top tourist destinations…

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Activating regional economies for the future

Turbocharging economies and jobs growth across regional NSW is at the heart of the NSW Nationals in the state government’s new $175 million Growing Regional Economies Fund. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole, speaking in Coffs Harbour, said the Growing Regional Economies Fund will invest in infrastructure and facilities projects that will…

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Support for new parents in Grafton

New mum Kristi Chevalley and baby Billie do the honours of cutting the ribbon at the official launch of the Tresillian in Clarence Family Care Centre, watched on by the Hon Bronnie Taylor, Tresillian CEO Rob Mills and Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis. Young families in Grafton and surrounding areas now have access to increased…

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Rescue Boat boost for Evans Head

The latest addition to the Marine Rescue NSW fleet has been unveiled at Evans Head, delivering better protection for Northern NSW coastal communities. Nationals Minister for Emergency Services and Resilience Steph Cooke said the $556,000 ‘Evans Head 31’ is one of 38 new vessels delivered through a $37.6 million investment by the NSW Nationals in…

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