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$12 million to connect the west by air

A re-elected Nationals Government will invest up to $12 million to upgrade airstrips and airports across western NSW and support air services to remote communities. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole, speaking from Bourke, said the state’s remote airstrips provide a lifeline to health, emergency services, and other key industries that was…

$10 million commitment for swimming pool redevelopments

A re-elected NSW Nationals Government will provide $10 million towards the redevelopment of the Grafton Regional and Casino Memorial swimming pools. Nationals’ candidate for Clarence, Richie Williamson, has announced a re-elected government will provide Clarence Valley Council with $6 million towards the redevelopment of the Grafton Regional Aquatic Centre. Mr Williamson said he was delighted…

International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day It’s important to recognise the women around us who play an important role in our lives – not just today, but every day. I am so thankful to be surrounded by incredible women including my wife Jo and two daughters, Keely and Scout. I would also like to acknowledge my…

Coffs campaign launch

A big crowd has turned out to help launch the re-election campaign of Nationals’ Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh. Joined by former Member for Coffs Harbour Andrew Fraser, more than 100 people attended the function at the Coffs Harbour Surf Club . Mr Singh spoke about his record of delivery for the Coffs electorate…

Families to save with voucher swap scheme

Parents will have more choice when it comes to cost of living support thanks to the NSW Nationals’ Active Kids and Creative Kids voucher swap initiative. From term 2, families will be able to use the two vouchers interchangeably, letting kids do more of what they love. The Active Kids and Creative Kids vouchers have…

Grape news for the wine industry

A re-elected Nationals Government will invest a further $3.8 million over four years in partnership with the state’s wine industry to help it grow and prosper. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said a re-elected government would sign a new Memorandum of Understanding with the NSW Wine Industry Association focused on creating…