Toomelah community receives new meeting space

The $4.8 million community hall was designed to provide a communal meeting place and facilities for the community and external agencies The facility was built by the 21st Construction Squadron during the period May-December 2017 The northern NSW community of Toomelah can now enjoy their new $4.8 million community hall as the Australian Army hands…

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Mobile Service Centre comes to NSW

Local residents across the Parkes electorate will have personalised access to government services this month, with the Coalition Government’s popular Mobile Service Centre ‘Golden Wattle’ coming to NSW. Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton, said residents of Wee Waa, Goodooga, Collarenebri, Enngonia, Brewarrina, Trangie and Narromine will have access to important services including Centrelink, Medicare…

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Grey Mardi Gras for Cobar, Coulton announces

Three projects in the Parkes electorate funded under round two of the Building Better Regions Fund Community Investment stream The Coalition Government is investing $77,100 in the Parkes electorate  to support community activities Over 100 Community Investment stream projects will share in more than $4 million Communities in the Parkes electorate will receive a boost…

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Child care relief across the Parkes electorate

More child care support for more families is here, with the Coalition Government’s new child care system commencing today (2 July). Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton, said the reforms will provide much needed child care relief for around 4,420 families across his electorate. “For a long time, families have struggled with the cost of child…

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