Mark Coulton MP, Federal Member for Parkes

Entries for April 2016

One quarter of Dubbo premises set to go live with the nbn
30 April, 2016 Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton and the Mayor of Dubbo, Councillor Mathew Dickerson are pleased to announce that over 4,600 premises will be nbn ready as of next week.Attending the nbn stand at the Dubbo Show today, Mr Coulton said that the first switch on scheduled for Wednesday, 4 May 2016... Read more
Baradine CWA hall set for a makeover
29 April, 2016 The Baradine branch of the Country Women’s Association of New South Wales (NSW) has received over $8,000 towards the renovation of its hall. Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton enjoyed meeting with members in Baradine yesterday where he presented President of the Baradine CWA, Nea Worre... Read more
Coonabarabran’s Memorial Wall gets some further attention
29 April, 2016 Members of what is affectionately known as Coonabarabran’s “Dead People Society” (DPS) are set to undertake further work at the iconic Memorial Wall at the old Coonabarabran cemetery. Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton has presented the DPS Local and Family History Group wi... Read more
29 April, 2016 Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton was pleased to present the Narrabri and District Historical Society with a cheque for over $5,000 which will go towards an electrical upgrade for the local museum. In Narrabri today, Mr Coulton said that the... Read more
Sheep join the war on weeds
28 April, 2016 High tech collars fitted to sheep could be the next frontier when it comes to controlling the spread of weeds, with the CSIRO receiving almost $300,000 from the Australian Government to research and develop a ‘virtual fence’ system for farms. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agr... Read more
21 April, 2016 Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton has urged communities across Western New South Wales to get involved in a national campaign on how disrespect towards girls can grow into something more serious. Stop it at the start aims to help families, ... Read more
 Desert Pea comes to the West
20 April, 2016 The Australian Government Mobile Service Centre Desert Pea will hit the road to give people in the Moree Shire, North West Slopes, and Warrumbungle Shire easy access to essential government payments and services in April and May.  Minister for Human Services, Alan Tudge said the Mobile Service... Read more
Big win for Western NSW owner-drivers
19 April, 2016 The Coalition Government’s bill to abolish the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) passed both houses of Parliament last night marking a big win for owner-drivers across Western New South Wales (NSW).Speaking on the bill in Parliament yesterday, Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton exp... Read more
New kitchen for Boggabri HACC Centre
18 April, 2016 Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton last week presented the Boggabri Home and Community Care Centre with a cheque for $20,000 to support the replacement of the centre’s kitchen.With the centre utilised by numerous organisations that provide crucial support services to the Boggabri communit... Read more
18 April, 2016 Gwydir Shire Council will receive Commonwealth Government funding to assist with upgrading the hot water system at the Warialda Sporting Complex.Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton was in Warialda last week and presented Gwydir Shire Council with... Read more
15 April, 2016 Farmers across Western New South Wales (NSW) will soon be empowered to establish co-operatives and adopt innovative business models to boost their bargaining position in the marketplace, under the Australian Government’s $13.8 million Farm Co-o... Read more
14 April, 2016 Road safety in New South Wales (NSW) has received a boost with a new round of funding announced under the Black Spot Programme. Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Darren Chester and Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton today announced f... Read more
Better water infrastructure for farmers in Narromine region
09 April, 2016 Farmers in the Narromine region are benefitting from more modern and efficient water infrastructure, with the official opening today of the Narromine Irrigation Board of Management (NIBM) Scheme. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce and Federal Memb... Read more
CSU Dubbo receives top teaching grant
07 April, 2016 Charles Sturt University (CSU) has been successful in securing vital funding support from the Commonwealth Government for a project to improve the higher education experience of students in the region and around Australia. Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton today met with Head of Campus, Pro... Read more
Memorabilia at local barracks set for restoration
07 April, 2016 Valuable Air Force memorabilia on display at Dubbo’s Kokoda Barracks will undergo some much needed restoration this month thanks to a grant from the Commonwealth Government. Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton today met with Squadron Leader of the Australian Air Force Cadets, Michael Wh... Read more
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