Coulton’s Catch Up – Supporting regional communities, Helping small business lower power bills, Small business tax cuts

Photo Caption: Member for Parkes Mark Coulton attended the Namoi Unlimited board meeting and workshops at the Roxy Theatre in Bingara last week – Namoi Unlimited is a joint organisation of several councils in New South Wales, which includes two member councils in the Parkes electorate. Supporting regional communities It was great to be at…

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Gilgandra Weekly gets a welcome boost

Photo Caption: Member for Parkes Mark Coulton with Gilgandra Weekly newspaper editor, Lucie Peart, in front of the new two-colour printer which was funded under the Federal Coalition Government’s Regional Grant Opportunity. A Federal Government grant awarded to the Gilgandra Weekly will give the business the boost it needs to come out of the COVID-19…

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Coulton’s Catch Up – Making a difference to the west, Dropping into Dunedoo, Lachlan Shire forging ahead

Photo Caption: Member for Parkes Mark Coulton with (L-R) Angelo Pippos, Alan Bennett, Ted Fernando and Alistair Ferguson at Orana Haven Aboriginal Corporation’s rehabilitation centre at Gongolgon, south of Brewarrina. Making a difference to the west Many miles were covered last week with another busy period on the road in the Parkes electorate. On Monday…

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New lease on life for Binnaway Showgrounds

Photo Caption: Member for Parkes Mark Coulton (top, right) with members of the Binnaway Show Society including Treasurer James Larkin (top) and President Harry Powell (middle). The Binnaway Showgrounds will receive a new lease on life with $88,763 of funding under the Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants program for infrastructure upgrades. Federal Member for Parkes…

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