Locals urged to have their say on Gunnedah station upgrade

Community feedback is being sought on plans for an accessibility upgrade at the Gunnedah train station. The proposed upgrade is being delivered as part of the Transport Access Program – an initiative of the NSW Nationals in the state government – designed to provide more accessible, modern, secure, and integrated transport infrastructure across the state.…

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Wave of support for Tweed surf clubs

Cabarita Beach and Fingal Rovers surf lifesaving clubs have been awarded a combined $270,000 in new grants by the NSW Nationals in the state government. Tweed Nationals MP Geoff Provest announced Cabarita Beach SLSC will receive $223,687 for extra training rooms and other critical upgrades, while Fingal Rovers SLSC will get $44,259 to go solar…

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Nats in Government deliver Safer Communities

Early intervention support for at-risk young people is a special focus of the latest round of the NSW Nationals in the federal government’s Safer Communities Fund. Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack said the government was providing up to $20 million for early intervention projects through Round 6 of the Safer Communities Fund. Another $10 million…

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Griffith Golf Club gets new amenities block

The NSW Nationals in the state government will provide $105,000 to build an on-course amenities block at Griffith Golf Club. NSW Nationals Duty MLC for Murray Wes Fang said the funding was being provided through the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s Crown Land Manager Recovery Support Program. “Griffith Golf Club is a fantastic not-for-profit…

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Nats’ historic agreement to transform our regions

Some of the state’s most significant public assets will be transformed into iconic tourism destinations under a historic agreement with Destination NSW and Crown lands. A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by NSW Nationals Water, Property and Housing Minister Melinda Pavey to transform Crown reserves, some of the state’s most iconic and beautiful public…

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Massive boost for regional mental health thanks to Nats

Regional and rural communities facing ongoing adversity in the wake of natural disasters will have access to more mental health support than ever before thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government. NSW Nationals Minister for Mental Health Bronnie Taylor announced a $36.4 million package for Response and Recovery Specialists across regional and rural…

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