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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS TO HONOUR WOMEN IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries has announced that nominations for the 2015 Ministers’ Awards for Women in Local Government are now open.

The Awards recognise the outstanding contributions and achievements of women, both as elected representatives and as staff, in local government in NSW.

Mr Humphries said the Awards highlight not only the contributions of elected representatives and senior staff, but also women who are making positive contributions to local government in less prominent roles.

$146,000 WORKS AT BARWON SCHOOLS

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries today said that maintenance projects were scheduled to be completed at four schools in Barwon during the school holiday period.

“While students and teachers have been away from school during the holiday period, a number of important projects have been completed at local schools,” Mr Humphries said.

“A total of $146,575.60 has been spent by the NSW Government to undertake maintenance projects which ensure our students are learning in a quality environment,” he said.

$2.48 MILLION FOR WALGETT LEVEE UPGRADE

Friday, 16 January 2015   

Barwon MP and Minister for Western NSW, Kevin Humphries, Minister for the Environment, Rob Stokes and Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Stuart Ayres today announced Walgett Shire Council would receive $2,485,714 to upgrade the Walgett levee.

“The town of Walgett is subject to flooding and the levee is important to help minimise flooding and damage,” Mr Humphries said.

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Thumbs up to all Barwon towns busily preparing for their Australia Day celebrations.  Each shire seems to have wonderful plans of barbeques, awards presented by Australia Day Ambassadors and activities to involve the whole community.  Linda and I will be travelling to Tottenham to join the festivities and we are particularly looking forward to the Yabby Calcutta and Race!  Anyone who can help me with the Yabby form guide is welcome to get in touch with my office.

 

 

To the recent car thefts in Narrabri and Wee Waa over the weekend.  The good news is that the community reported their suspicions and police acted swiftly.

 

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