Mark Coulton MP, Federal Member for Parkes

Entries for August 2015

Conserving environmental and heritage assets in Bourke and Brewarrina area
29 August, 2015 With the Green Army team rapidly approaching the mid-way point of their latest 6 month project, the Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton last week met with the team involved in conserving environmental and heritage assets in the Bourke and Brewarrina area.   “It was a pleasure to meet with... Read more
29 August, 2015 Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton has welcomed the latest round of Commonwealth Government funding for the Bourke Aboriginal Health Service Limited (BAHS).   Mr Coulton has confirmed that BAHS will receive a total of $2.2 million over 3 ... Read more
26 August, 2015 Following its success in the Western New South Wales communities of Wilcannia, Bourke and Enngonia, the Literacy for Life Foundation is bringing their innovative adult literacy campaign to Brewarrina and Walgett.   Federal Member for Parkes, M... Read more
20 August, 2015 Following the 49th anniversary of the bloody Battle of Long Tan, Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton has today encouraged the region’s secondary schools to participate in the Australian Government’s Honouring Australian Vietnam Veterans schools’ ... Read more
20 August, 2015 Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton has welcomed the Coalition Government’s announcement that $1 million in funding will be made available to Crime Stoppers to roll out a national ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign to help combat Australia’s ice scourge.... Read more
20 August, 2015 Centacare Bathurst will receive over $1.2 million dollars during the next 3 years under the Federal Government’s Indigenous Advancement Strategy to deliver projects set to improve the lives of Indigenous people across the Central West. The Federal... Read more
03 August, 2015 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 ... Read more
03 August, 2015 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 Mor... Read more
Final stage of Moree Bypass opens to traffic six months early
03 August, 2015 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... Read more
Landcare grants open in NSW Central West region
03 August, 2015 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... Read more

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