Huge boost to dialysis services in the bush

A re-elected Nationals Government will invest $15.3 million to roll out six new state-of-the-art mobile dialysis buses across rural and regional NSW, in a huge boost to dialysis services in the bush. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said the NSW Nationals are committed to ensuring families can get the care they…

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Financial literacy for NSW students

School students in NSW will be given the opportunity to fine-tune their financial literacy skills and learn about ways to secure their own future, including through initiatives like the new Kids Future Fund account, under a plan from the NSW Nationals. Under this plan: • The NSW Treasurer’s Financial Literacy Challenge, launched in 2022 for…

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Life-saving boost for Dubbo Turf Club

Dubbo racegoers will be able to enjoy peace of mind trackside with the support of the NSW Government’s $500,000 Local Sport Defibrillator Grant Program. Nationals’ Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders has announced $4,500 for the Dubbo Turf Club to install two automated external defibrillators at the track. “We know early defibrillation can be the difference…

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$1.2 billion boost for new and upgraded schools

Families across NSW will continue to benefit from record investment in new and upgraded public schools with a re-elected NSW Nationals Government to inject a further $1.2 billion into school building projects. This will bring The Nationals’ total investment in public education infrastructure to $19 billion, delivering hundreds of new and upgraded schools across NSW.…

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Bringing regional communities closer to specialist care

Regional patients will be able to access specialist follow-up care closer to home with a re-elected Nationals’ Government announcing more than $7 million to establish virtual consultation spaces in every Multipurpose Service (MPS) across the state. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said it would allow patients to connect with specialists in…

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Myall Lakes families to receive turbocharged universal pre-Kindergarten

Work will kick off on pre-Kindergarten facilities at seven public schools across Myall Lakes, with a re-elected NSW Nationals Government to accelerate its $5.8 billion universal pre-Kindergarten program. The commitment will bring forward $1 billion to commence construction earlier, ensuring the first 500 facilities across NSW are complete within four years. Deputy Premier and Minister for…

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$40 million for Bourke MPS redevelopment

Bourke Multipurpose Service (MPS) will undergo a major redevelopment, with a re-elected NSW Nationals Government set to invest $40 million to deliver new and improved health services in the region. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said the Bourke MPS redevelopment builds on the investment being made to deliver the health infrastructure…

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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…

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Narromine local named NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year

Lynda Edwards has been named the 2023 NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year after taking out the NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year award. Nationals’ Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders congratulated Ms Edwards on the prestigious accomplishments. “Lynda is proud Wangkumara and Barkandji woman who has been a dedicated voice and volunteer for the Narromine…

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$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…

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Sally Everett – Dubbo’s “Woman of the Year”

Narromine’s Sally Everett has been named 2023 Dubbo Electorate Woman of the Year in recognition of the significant support she has given to the community. Nationals Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders presented the award, and congratulated Mrs Everett on the work she does for the region. “I’m so pleased to present his award to Sally…

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