NSW Nationals Candidate for Hunter James Thomson has welcomed the federal government’s investment in boosting local fuel supplies.
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The John Williamson Statue proposal has received a significant kick towards its $99,000 fundraising goal thanks to the NSW Nationals in government.
The state’s last remaining specialist white cypress sawmill will expand thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Regional Job Creation Fund.
Teachers will now have access to high quality mental health courses to help them recognise and refer students to the help they need, when they need it.
A new $7 million TAFE NSW Connected Learning Centre in Hay will almost quadruple course offerings for locals thanks to the Nationals in government.
NSW Nationals Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders has welcomed a package put together to support workers and businesses impacted by the current restrictions.
A new ambulance station will ensure local paramedics have the modern equipment and facilities to deliver high-quality emergency care well into the future.
The NSW Nationals in the state and federal governments have announced two $200 million recovery packages for NSW communities affected by storms and floods.
A vital support service for women and families escaping domestic and family violence in Queanbeyan will be enhanced as part of a state-wide funding boost to help more victims access critical help. Deputy Premier and Nationals Member for Monaro John Barilaro welcomed the news and said more than $89,000 has been secured by Molonglo Support…
Nationals Member for Riverina Michael McCormack has welcomed the formal establishment of a Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide. The Royal Commission will inquire into systemic issues and common themes related to defence and veteran death by suicide, including the possible contribution of pre-service, service, transition, separation and post-service issues, and other matters believed…