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NSW GOVERNMENT FUNDING HELPS THE SPORTO

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Walgett District Sporting Club has received $175,000 in NSW Government funding to upgrade the watering system at the golf course.

Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries today announced the funding injection following a successful ClubGRANTS application.

“I am thrilled that the NSW Government is able to support this project as it will mean a lot to the Sporto and benefit the entire district,” Mr Humphries said.

$2.2 MILLION TO SECURE WALGETT WATER SUPPLY

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Walgett’s town water supply needs will be secured in times of drought following NSW Government funding of up to $2.2 million, NSW Minister for Natural Resources, Lands and Water, Kevin Humphries, announced yesterday.

Speaking with Walgett Shire Council Mayor, David Lane, Mr Humphries said much of country NSW continues to be impacted by the ongoing dry conditions, including the town of Walgett.

NEW WALKING AND CYCLING PATHS FOR BARWON

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries today announced construction and planning will begin on new bike and walking paths across the region thanks to a $40 million state-wide investment by the NSW Liberal & Nationals Government.

The Baird Government will fund more than 380 walking and cycling projects across the state to better connect communities, improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists, and encourage more people to get active.

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Between March 1 and May 31, drivers visiting Gilgandra, Warrumbungle, Narrabri and Moree Plains Shires will be offered a free cup of coffee...

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We attended another fantastic ‘Dinner under the Stars’ event at Gulargambone on Saturday night.  As always it was a night filled with great company, beautiful food, wonderful entertainment and a generous country spirit.  Well done to the Café 2828 and the entire Dinner under the Stars team for putting on such a special evening.

 

NSW Labor has confirmed it would cancel the Water Security for Regions program if elected in the upcoming NSW election.  The former Labor Government was the most Sydney-centric in the State’s history and simply ignored hundreds of critical regional infrastructure projects during their time in government.  This move shows that absolutely nothing has changed and it’s disturbing to think regional NSW could go back to that if a Labor Government was elected.

 

Moree Electorate Office

Phone: (02) 6752 5002
Facsimile: (02) 6752 6102

Postal Address
161 Balo Street
PO Box 958
Moree NSW 2400

 

Cobar Electorate Office

Phone: (02) 6836 3722
Facsimile: (02) 6836 3811

Postal Address
11 Barton Street
PO Box 99
Cobar NSW 2835