Nats support Riding for the Disabled

Riding for the Disabled is a voluntary, non-profit organisation which provides opportunities for anyone with a disability to enjoy safe, healthy, therapeutic, horse-related activities. The organisation is made up of some wonderful students, parents, committee members, and volunteers. Last year Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole paid a number of visits to…

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A momentous day with outstanding results

The wait is over for 76,000 students who have received their Higher School Certificate results. Nationals Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell said this is a momentous day for school leavers, who have achieved outstanding results on par with previous years. “The Class of 2021 should feel so proud of what they have achieved today, succeeding…

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Narromine apprentice tops the state

Narromine’s Abram Liddell has been recognised after finishing first in the state in Electrotechnology in the 2021 Higher School Certificate. Electrotechnology includes the design, assembly and repair of electronic and electrical networks, equipment, facilities for purposes such as industrial, commercial, and domestic. Abram’s school, St Johns College Dubbo said, in a statement, “This is an…

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Booster doses brought forward

Millions more people in NSW are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster vaccination after NSW Health brought forward the interval between doses by a month. State-run vaccination clinics will begin offering COVID-19 booster vaccinations three months after people have received their second dose from this Friday – January 21. The change from a four-month interval…

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139 students across NSW achieve top result in 2021 HSC

The students who have obtained first place in a 2021 Higher School Certificate course are being acknowledged for their extraordinary academic achievement. About 76,000 HSC students who sat at least one exam in 2021 will receive their results by SMS, email and online from 6am tomorrow. Nationals Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell said 149 certificates…

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Stage 2 Manning Base hospital unveiled

Myall Lakes residents have been given their first look at the $100 million Stage 2 redevelopment of Manning Base Hospital with the master plan unveiled. Nationals Minister for Regional Health Bronnie Taylor said Stage 2 builds on the $40 million upgrade completed as part of Stage 1 in mid-2020. “We know that more people are…

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Lifeline for major events

Organisers of major events and festivals that have been cancelled or significantly disrupted by COVID Public Health Orders will be supported by funding through the NSW Nationals in the state government’s Event Saver Fund. Major events are a key economic driver that create thousands of jobs across the state. The Event Saver Fund will ensure…

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Empowering our future rural female leaders

Women on the Coffs Coast looking to take up leadership development opportunities can apply for the Future Women Rural Scholarship program, with the NSW Nationals in the state government launching a new round of this successful initiative. Nationals Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh said $120,000 is available to women to help them achieve their…

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Dawson River bridge project closer to completion

The Dawson River Bridge upgrade at Cundletown is one step closer to completion, with RMP Abrasive Blasting announced to deliver the final stage of painting and maintenance works. Nationals Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead said the NSW Nationals in the state government are investing $3 million to upgrade the bridge on Manning River Drive.…

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