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The Grose family honoured in the final stage of the Moree bypass

Minister for Roads, Martime and Freight Duncan Gay, Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton and State Member for the Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall opened the Grose Walkway today, a key project in the Moree town centre bypass. Minister Duncan Gay said the contribution of the local Grose family in... ... (03-Aug)

Moree School Students leave a lasting impression with mural

Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Duncan Gay, Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton and State Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall today helped unveil a mural painted by local school students as part of the official opening of the Moree Bypass. Minister Gay said the group of primary... ... (03-Aug)

Final stage of Moree Bypass opens to traffic six months early

Traffic flow and safety will significantly improve in Moree following the Moree Bypass Stage Two project officially opening today, six months ahead of schedule. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss said the Australian and NSW governments provid... ... (03-Aug)

Landcare grants open in NSW Central West region

At the 2015 Nyngan Ag Expo over the weekend, the Central West Local Land Services invited landholders to apply for grants totalling $860,000 to undertake projects that support sustainable agriculture and the environment.   The grants are supported with funding from the Australian Government’s... ... (03-Aug)

Landcare grants open in NSW Central West region

New classroom and resource room for St Philomena's School

Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton today officially opened a new classroom, a new resource room, a covered outdoor assembly area and a refurbished library at St Philomena’s School in Moree.  Students and staff at St Philomena’s School now have full use of the new facilities. The Australia... ... (30-Jul)

Overcoming barriers to higher education for local students

On Thursday 30 July 2015, Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton, will host the Regional Higher Education Forum in Narrabri, commencing at 3.30pm at the Narrabri Bowling Club.   The forum aims to give local students, parents, teachers and other interested community members the opportunity to... ... (21-Jul)

Green Army making a difference in Dunedoo

The Red Gum Grassy Box Woodlands outside of Dunedoo are gaining some much needed attention from the Green Army team as part of the Dunedoo & District's 'Renew, Restore, Educate & Revegetate’ stage 1 project.   Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton, recently met with the Dunedoo Gree... ... (21-Jul)

Green Army making a difference in Dunedoo

More water savings and capped bores for New South Wales

The Australian Government has partnered with the New South Wales Government to deliver more investment to ensure water savings for the State’s Great Artesian Basin, one of the largest underground water reservoirs in the world. As a result of a new agreement, New South Wales will be eligible to rece... ... (17-Jul)

Improving irrigation infrastructure in the Murray-Darling Basin

Improved irrigation infrastructure is delivering triple bottom line outcomes for communities, economies and environments in the Murray-Darling Basin. Continuing his tour of the northern NSW Basin today, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Environment Bob Baldwin, met with the Trangie-Ne... ... (16-Jul)

Young citizen scientist keeping watch over Gwydir Wetlands

The environmental importance of the Gwydir Wetlands Ramsar site is being preserved by the next generation of young Australians. While continuing his tour of the northern Murray-Darling Basin today, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Environment Bob Baldwin met local sixteen-year-old bi... ... (15-Jul)

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