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KAMILAROI STORIES TO PROMOTE COMMUNITY HARMONY

Monday, 23 March 2015

Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries today announced that Narrabri Shire Council in partnership with Narrabri Aboriginal Lands Council will receive $18,700 in funding under the Baird Government’s Unity Grants Program.

Mr Humphries said that the funding has been awarded to the project ‘Kamilaroi Stories: Watch, Listen and Learn the True Tales of the Kamilaroi’.

COONAMBLE SHIRE COUNCIL WINS FUNDING FOR QUAMBONE HALL

Monday, 23 March 2015

Local member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries congratulated Coonamble Shire Council for securing $31,800 in funding in the NSW Government’s Creating Liveable Communities Competition, an initiative which seeks a whole of community response to creating and fostering inclusive communities.

“The Baird Government is committed to creating liveable and inclusive communities that break down barriers for carers, older persons and people with disability,” Mr Humphries said.

PRE-SCHOOLS TO BENEFIT FROM $5,000 FUNDING BOOST

Thursday, 18 March 2015

Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries announced today that thirteen Barwon pre-schools have each received a $5,000 funding boost courtesy of the NSW Government.

Mr Humphries said 100 pre-schools across the state received the funding.

“The funds can be used by preschools for educational resources and infrastructure improvements that support the delivery of the Early Years Learning Framework,” Mr Humphries said.

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To Justin Sanderson from Richardson and Sinclair, Warren who is competing in the 25th ALPA National Young Auctioneers Competition at the Sydney Royal Easter Show this year (26 March).  Each state puts forward their two best young auctioneers to compete for the national title and I am proud to see a representative from Barwon competing on a national stage.  Best of luck Justin!

 

 

Thumbs down to Labor’s new $5.1 billion Business Tax, which will destroy business confidence and kill job opportunities.  As part of Labor’s recently announced infrastructure plan, they secretly lumped a tax on NSW businesses which would see each business in Barwon pay an average of $7,500 over ten years.  Under the previous Labor Government’s management NSW was ranked eighth of all Australian States, since 2011 the NSW Liberals & Nationals have made NSW number one again.

 

 

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