Delivering safer streets for Bourke

Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton has today announced more than $145,000 from Round Two of the Coalition’s Safer Streets Programme to fund closed-circuit television (CCTV) in Bourke. The Safer Streets Programme supports communities at the grass roots to help address crime and anti-social behaviour and boost crime prevention initiatives to keep our streets safe.…

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$125,000 for Heavy Vehicle upgrade in Cobar

$125,000 will be provided to improve safety and increase productivity in the heavy vehicle industry in Cobar under a re-elected Coalition Government. Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton said the upgrades would increase the efficiency of heavy vehicle operations, supporting jobs and growth in other local industries. “The Coalition is committed to working with the…

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Coalition pledges $100,000 for North West NSW GrowerCo

A re-elected Liberal-National Government will contribute $100,000 towards improving the economics of moving grain from local farms to customers in North West New South Wales (NSW). Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce and Member for Parkes Mark Coulton today announced that North West NSW grain growers operating as the…

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Coalition to provide $80,000 heritage grant for Broken Hill

A re-elected Turnbull Government will provide $80,000 for restoration work at the Outback Community Church in Broken Hill. The grant will go to Outback Community Church Incorporated to conserve the exterior of the Oxide St property, which was formerly the Masonic club. The project will focus on restoring the encircling verandah and the façade of…

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Memorial Avenue trees re-dedicated at official opening of Darling Street

Western Plains Regional Council Administrator Michael Kneipp, in the company of Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton MP, officially opened the Darling Street re-development today (Thursday 16 June, 2016) “The Darling Street Redevelopment is a significant project to renew aged infrastructure and create a functional street design that also improves traffic management, pedestrian and cyclist…

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Coulton unveils $430,000 extension for Narromine Aviation Museum

The Narromine Aviation Museum project, which has added a 600m2 extension to the existing museum, is now complete, with the $430,000 project officially opened today. Minister for Regional Development Fiona Nash said the Nationals invested $210,000 towards the project to construct a space for the museum to display aircraft and other artefacts, photographs and documents.…

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Coalition investing in water security for Western NSW

The Coalition is getting on with the job of delivering our water infrastructure needs, today announcing $850,000 to fast-track a feasibility study into a new pipeline for Cobar and Nyngan. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce and Member for Parkes Mark Coulton today announced the funding, as part of…

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Government grant boosts local community commemorative project

The Western New South Wales (NSW) community of Nymagee has received $3,000 to ensure that the contribution of our local servicemen and women is appropriately honoured under the Australian Government’s Saluting Their Service grants programme. Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton was in Nymagee last week and took the opportunity to present the local Progress…

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Inland Rail progress creating confidence in regional New South Wales

The Coalition’s transformational Inland Rail project will maximise job and growth opportunities resulting from new Free Trade Agreements with China, Japan and South Korea. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture Barnaby Joyce today visited cotton processor Austcott Limited at Narrabri with Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester and Nationals Member for Parkes Mark…

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