The 2020-21 NSW Budget is the blueprint for creating and supporting jobs, economic growth and prosperity as the government charts a course out of the pandemic, NSW Nationals Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh says.
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Communities in the Murray and Wagga Wagga electorates have seen major wins in the 2020-21 NSW Budget with local NSW Nationals MP Wes Fang confirming investments in healthcare, transport, police and critical infrastructure across the region.
Businesses will be able to hire more staff, keep their doors open and get back to business with major payroll tax relief announced as part of the 2020-21 NSW Budget, which will set the state up for a prosperous, post-pandemic economy.
The NSW Nationals in the state government will invest more than $1 billion as part of the 2020-21 NSW Budget to ensure the green shoots of recovery are protected and supported as the agricultural sector begins its long road to recovery from drought, floods and bushfires.
More than a third of the record health infrastructure spend in the 2020-21 NSW Budget will go to regional and rural areas, with $900 million allocated for new and upgraded regional hospitals and health facilities.
School children are at the centre of the 2020/21 NSW Budget, with record funding for new schools and major upgrades across regional NSW.
Regional NSW is at the centre of the 2020-21 NSW Budget with historic investment in roads, hospitals, education, recovery and resilience efforts and transformational infrastructure.
Regional NSW will benefit from an unprecedented investment in the 2020-21 NSW Budget, which will deliver safer roads, more efficient freight networks, better connections for regional communities and a major boost in local jobs.
The Batlow apple industry will soon benefit from a new investment worth a total of $2,283,050 thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are encouraging eligible landholders to apply for funding through the Supporting our Neighbours program to help replace bushfire-damaged boundary fencing adjoining public lands.