New footage of dangerous near misses at level crossings has been released to remind motorists to take extra care this National Rail Safety Week. NSW Nationals Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said everyone had a role to play in improving rail safety, particularly at level crossings. “The reckless behaviour by both drivers…
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The naming of the new Gunnedah bridge is a step closer, with a community submissions report handed to Gunnedah Shire Council. Nationals Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson said local feedback would help determine a name for the $61 million road-over-rail bridge, built to improve road safety and eliminate a significant freight pinch point. “Locals and…
Emergency road crews are working to fix extensive damage to the road network from Orange to Lithgow caused by repeated rain and snow events in recent months. Nationals Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said the challenging weather had prevented crews from adequately filling in potholes and carrying out repairs as they would…
NSW Nationals Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson has encouraged local organisations and councils to apply for funding for the 2022 NSW Seniors Festival.
Children at the small Coraki Public School will soon be able to boast they are leading the way in the state’s march towards a zero carbon future, Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis says.
Parents, carers and community members can register to attend a free mental health workshop hosted by headspace, thanks to the NSW Nationals in Government.
Motorists travelling on Waterfall Way will enjoy safer and more reliable journeys with work starting next week to improve slope stability at Dorrigo Mountain.
The NSW Nationals in government are investing almost $40 million for upgrades and improvements along the Pacific Highway.
A Coffs Coast sporting organisation will benefit from $100,000 in funding from the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Infrastructure Grants program.
Three projects in Eden-Monaro have been awarded grants under the first round of the Nationals in Government’s Murray–Darling Healthy Rivers Program.