Up to 400 general practitioners will train to work in regional Australia over the next four years thanks to the NSW Nationals in the federal government.
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NSW Nationals Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh has welcomed funding from the state government to help with the staging of a multicultural event in the local community.
A well-known family small business has won the contract to build Iluka’s first-ever ambulance station, with construction to start in July.
Plans to deliver greater water security to Tamworth and the Peel Valley have reached a significant milestone thanks to The Nationals in Government.
Forbes, Parkes and the surrounding communities will benefit from new primary health care models to improve access to local health care and provide better continuity of care for rural patients.
In the next few months, 3801 will also make trips to the Southern Highlands, Albury, Wagga Wagga and Junee sharing the magic of the steam era.
Construction work will soon begin on a $13 million Tweed Heads project which will deliver new social housing for vulnerable community members and create dozens of jobs.
The NSW Nationals in the federal government’s $10 million community grants program will support hands-on projects.
The Orange Rural Medical School is important because we know if we can get more students to study in regional Australia, they are more likely to want to live, work and raise a family in regional Australia at the completion of their training.
The NSW Nationals congratulate Grace Brennan, whose inspirational call to support the bush earned her the NSW Regional Woman of the Year Award.