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STUDENTS TO FOLLOW IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ANZACS

24 July 2017

Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries and Minister for Veterans Affairs, David Elliott, called upon Barwon high schools to enter the ballot for the 2018 Premier’s Anzac Memorial Scholarship that will see students travel to France and Belgium to retrace the footsteps of the Anzacs. 

Students from Years 10 and 11 at Barwon Government, Catholic and Independent Schools could have the chance to take part in a 13-day tour of the significant Australian battlefields of Ypres, Passchendaele, the Somme and Flanders in Belgium for the centenary of the Battle of Hamel.

TRANSPORT GRANTS TO IMPROVE COUNTRY PASSENGER INFRASTRUCTURE

21 July 2017

Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries today announced $82,000 in NSW Government grants to improve public transport facilities for passengers in the Barwon electorate. 

“Our communities will greatly benefit from these projects. The nine new shelters and upgrades, including an improved accessibility ramp and connecting paths, will make people’s public transport journey safer, easier and more comfortable,” Mr Humphries said.

NSW AUSTRALIANS OF THE YEAR VISIT BROKEN HILL

20 July 2017

Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries has welcomed the State’s 2017 NSW Australians of the Year to Broken Hill, as part of a three-day ‘Tour of Honour’ to Far West NSW.

Kevin Humphries urged residents of the Far West to nominate someone like Broken Hill resident, Mrs Josephine Peter, who was awarded the 2017 NSW ‘Local Hero’ after a lifetime of outstanding community service.

“Sometimes, the most extraordinary individuals are those with whom we work or people who live down the road or across town.

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MORE GRANTS FOR MORE COMMUNITIES
Local communities in Barwon are set to benefit from changes to the NSW Government’s Infrastructure Grants. The NSW Government is making it easier to apply for Infrastructure Grants...

THUMBS UP
Thumbs up to everyone in the electorate getting involved in a National Tree Day event on Sunday 30 July! For more than two decades National Tree Day has had such a positive influence on people’s wellbeing and the environment. Over 23 million native trees, shrubs and grasses have been planted in this time. Parents, schools and the wider community all have an important role to play to ensure the next generation develops a strong connection to nature. To find a local event visit www.treeday.planetark.org

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