Game changing funding for Byron Bay FC

Byron Bay Football Club will soon be able to begin a full renovation of its clubhouse thanks to $414,943 from the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund. A new second story will be added to the clubhouse to provide the best possible experience for members, visitors, and the wider community. The…

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$2 million upgrade for Kyogle CBD

Federal Nationals Member for Page Kevin Hogan has announced $2 million in funding to upgrade the Kyogle CBD. Mr Hogan said the upgrade will help to support existing businesses by encouraging the community to shop locally and drawing in more visitors. “It will also provide spaces that can be utilised for a range of community…

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Nats facelift for Forster

Funding of $420,000 from the NSW Nationals in the federal government will spruce up Forster’s Pelican Boardwalk, Main Beach, and a children’s park on Kularoo Drive. The Federal Coalition Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program (Round 3) will provide funding for the following projects in 2022: Pelican Boardwalk – Redecking Stage 2                              $100,000 Main…

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COVID-19 rules extended to maintain community safety

Current COVID-19 restrictions will be extended for another month, with a focus on a safe return to school and restarting non-urgent elective surgery as soon as possible. Current settings will continue from Thursday, January 27, 2022, until Sunday, February 28, 2022, including: Hospitality venues, including pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes, and nightclubs must follow the…

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Local projects to roll out across Oxley

Eleven projects will be delivered across Oxley as the Stronger Country Community Fund provides new and upgraded facilities, infrastructure, and programs that make a big difference to everyday life in the bush. Nationals Member for Oxley Melinda Pavey said these projects will build upon the NSW government’s vision to help make regional NSW the best…

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COVID-smart plan for return to school

Schools will resume under COVID-smart settings that will minimise the risk of the virus and allow teachers and pupils to safely return to the classroom. As part of the new measures, every student and teacher in NSW government and non-government schools will be able to receive rapid antigen test (RAT) kits before school returns on…

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