Improving student outcomes sits at the heart of the NSW Nationals in the state government’s education policy, with post-school outcomes to be tracked from 2022.
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Regionals councils can sign up for a share of $1.3 million from the NSW Nationals in the state government to deliver free events, activities or experiences to enliven local public spaces this summer.
The NSW Nationals in the state and federal governments have welcomed the latest upgrade to the Pacific Highway with an eight-kilometre leap forward open to traffic between Wells Crossing and Glenugie.
A long-awaited rail line between Gulgong and Maryvale is a step closer with the release of a feasibility study showing positive economic benefits.
Five major projects will be delivered in Kempsey Shire through a $1.5 billion NSW Nationals in government funding program.
More than $2.2 million of grant funding from the NSW Nationals in the state government has already hit the pockets of businesses to help them develop global export sales, in turn supporting jobs and communities across the state.
Frontline domestic violence services across the Manning Great Lakes are being bolstered thanks to additional funding aiming to ensure women and children can access the help they need.
Plans to build an eight-kilometre Newell Highway bypass at Coonabarabran to remove a freight pinch point are a step closer thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government.
The Phonics Screening Check assessment will be a compulsory part of the classroom from 2021 as part of a focus on the fundamentals of education.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are investing in projects that deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes.