Game changer for women’s sport

The NSW Nationals in the state government will invest $25 million in a ground-breaking female sport facility program that aims to get more women and girls playing sport. The Community Female Friendly Sport Facilities and Lighting Upgrade Grants Program will see community sports facilities across NSW transformed into safer and more inclusive venues for females.…

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Generating bushfire resilience in Wingham

A community club that became an evacuation centre during bushfires and flooding has unveiled a new power generator funded by the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Funding Package. The Wingham Memorial Services Club received $546,457 to assist with the purchase and installation of the generator and other vital upgrades to the club, through BLERF which is…

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Drones the new eye in the sky for firefighters

Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) crews across the state are being trained to use state-of-the-art drone technology to assist in firefighting operations and other emergencies. Nationals Minister for Emergency Services and Resilience and Minister for Flood Recovery Steph Cooke said the Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) are being rolled out as part of a $5.4…

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Thank you Chris Gulaptis!

Federal Nationals Member for Page Kevin Hogan has publicly thanked State Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis, after his announcement that he’ll retire at the next State Election. “Chris is not only a Parliamentary colleague, but a personal friend and I thank him for his terrific advocacy for our region,” Mr Hogan said. “Working together, with…

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Statement by Chris Gulaptis MP

I have made the exceptionally difficult decision not to seek re-election for the seat of Clarence at the next State election in March 2023. I have had the incredible privilege of serving the Clarence electorate as a Nationals MP for almost 11 years. I have served under four Premiers and four leaders of the NSW…

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Toormina Oval’s Sports Facilities Officially Opened

The new accessible female change rooms, storage spaces and accessible pathways at Toormina Oval have been officially opened by Nationals Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh and Coffs Harbour City Council Mayor Councillor Paul Amos. Council contributed $408,000 to the project while the NSW Nationals in the state government provided $215,823 through the Stronger Country…

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