Funding to Salute Their Service in Baradine

Baradine and District Progress Association has successfully received a $3,637 grant under the Coalition Government’s Saluting Their Service commemorations program. Member for Parkes Mark Coulton said he is pleased the funding will be used to restore commemorative plaques on the Baradine Second World War Memorial Wall. “I would like to congratulate Baradine and District Progress…

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Half-million-dollar aged care investment for Parkes electorate

Senior Australians in the Parkes electorate will have increased access to higher level aged care through a new $500,000 investment by the Liberal National Government. Member for Parkes Mark Coulton said Multi-Purpose Services to benefit will include those in Boggabri, Baradine, Collarenebri, Coolah, Dunedoo, Nyngan, Tottenham, Trangie and Warren, where a total of 31 flexible…

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A new lease on life for Gravesend Town Hall

The Gravesend community has received a most welcome boost with the announcement of a $14,221 grant to upgrade their local Town Hall. Member for Parkes Mark Coulton met with the Gravesend Hall Committee today to congratulate members on their successful application, which has been funded under Round Four of the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Programme…

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Drought funds flow for Bourke

Federal Government funds continue to flow for drought support in Bourke, with $934,000 worth of projects now approved under the Coalition’s Drought Communities Programme (DCP). The DCP was extended earlier this year to provide support of $1 million each to all 18 councils in the Parkes electorate including Bourke, as well as the Unincorporated Area.…

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