Ace result for Cundletown Tennis Club

Cundletown Tennis Club has received $160,000 in funding for through the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Infrastructure Grants program. Nationals Member for Myall Lakes, Stephen Bromhead, said this will help the club replace its current courts with new synthetic grass courts that will result in more people picking up a racquet and hitting the…

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Getting active in Yamba

Clarence Valley Council has secured a grant of $953,700 from the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Active Transport initiative for the construction of a two-metre wide footpath along Gumnut Drive, Yamba, connecting to Shores Drive. Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis said the Get NSW Active program provides funding for local projects that encourage vibrant…

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Nats set the stage for Narrandera theatre upgrade

Narrandera CRC Incorporated has been successful in receiving funding of $141,589 to deliver upgrades to the CRC Plaza Theatre thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Creative Capital program. Nationals Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke announced the funding during a visit to the theatre, while encouraging the community to continue enjoying this beloved…

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Infrastructure boost for R & R Care

Coffs Coast community organisation R&R Care Ltd is celebrating $40,000 in funding through the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Infrastructure Grants program. Nationals Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh said this funding will help R&R Care in their important work by providing improvements to facilities and services our community deserves. “R&R Care in Coffs…

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Iluka’s first ambulance station officially opened

Iluka has celebrated as one with Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis and Nationals Minister for Regional Health Bronnie Taylor joining the community to officially open the town’s first ambulance station. Mr Gulaptis thanked the community for all their hard work in helping the NSW Government deliver this important project. “Today marks a significant milestone for…

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Grafton’s second river crossing named

The new bridge over the Clarence River at Grafton has been officially named Balun Bindarray Bridge. Nationals Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Sam Farraway said the new name was chosen after extensive consultation with the Bundjalung and Gumbaynggirr Aboriginal communities, the wider community, and Clarence Valley Council. “There was strong community support for the…

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