Saunders praises Gulgong MPS staff

NSW Nationals Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders has praised staff at Gulgong’s Multi-Purpose Service (MPS), who have continued to provide wonderful care for residents of the town while the hunt for a new visiting medical officer (VMO) continues. Mr Saunders visited the centre recently and said the dedication of staff is something the community should…

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Johnsen secures funding for community groups

NSW Nationals Member for Upper Hunter Michael Johnsen has been hard at work securing funding for local community groups in his region. “Last week I had the pleasure of visiting Merriwa to present funding for two important organisations within the Merriwa Community, Can Assist – Merriwa Branch and the Merriwa Business Community,” Mr Johnsen said.…

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John Barilaro

Nats MPs direct donations to recovering communities

The NSW Nationals in the state government are extending their partnership with charity organisation GIVIT to ensure donated goods and services reach people who need them most in regional cities and towns recovering from the impacts of drought and bushfire. Deputy Premier John Barilaro announced $407,000 in funding to enable the national not-for-profit organisation to…

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Animal activists target graziers in Parliament

NSW Nationals Minister for Agriculture and Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall has slammed an attempt by the Animal Justice Party to ban mulesing in the sheep industry, firmly backing farmers to make the best decisions for the welfare of their livestock. Mr Marshall warned that a bill, introduced by AJP, would prohibit mulesing as…

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Pat Conaghan

Last call to nominate for Australian of the Year

There are just a few days to go to nominate a colleague, neighbour or community member who makes an outstanding contribution to your community for an Australian of the Year Award 2021. Federal NSW Nationals Member for Cowper Pat Conaghan said he had seen Australians doing selfless things at virtually every turn this year due…

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Nats in government deliver school upgrades for the Tweed

The Tweed community is one step closer to benefitting from modern education facilities with a call made for construction tenders for upgrades at Kingscliff Public School, Kingscliff High School, Tweed Heads South Public School, and Tweed River High School. Early construction work is currently being undertaken at these schools and NSW Nationals Member for Tweed…

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Real-time bus tracking comes to the regions

Public transport customers across regional NSW will soon be able to track the arrival of their bus and get an indication of available seating in real time. The tracking technology will be installed in more than 70 buses starting from late August as part of phase two of the NSW Nationals in the state government’s…

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One giant leap for regional astronomy centre

One small step for a man in one giant leap for Tamworth’s $1.8 million Regional Astronomy and Science Centre as framework goes up on the new centre. NSW Nationals Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson joined members of the Tamworth Regional Astronomy Club and the community to inspect the progress of this exciting new facility. Mr…

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Regional Youth Taskforce

Regional Youth Taskforce delivering results

Picture: Salty Dingo Young people living in regional and rural areas can now finalise their P-plate licence applications online without needing to travel considerable distances to Service NSW offices, thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government and the Regional Youth Taskforce. NSW Nationals Minister for Regional Youth Bronnie Taylor said the 18-member taskforce,…

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Nationals deliver win for cattle industry

Picture taken prior to social distancing restrictions. The NSW Nationals in the federal government have helped secure a Federal Court ruling in favour of farmers. The decision by the Commonwealth not to appeal against the Federal Court of Australia’s decision in Brett Cattle Company Pty Ltd v Minister for Agriculture is an outcome The Nationals…

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Mental health training for pharmacists and staff

People visiting pharmacies across drought-affected NSW will benefit from boosted mental health support thanks to a $1 million investment from the NSW Nationals in the state government in a pilot program to deliver mental health training to pharmacists and staff. Deputy Premier John Barilaro said the funding will help pharmacy staff better understand mental health…

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