Coulton’s catch-up for week ending 10 June

$842,536 boost for Gunida Gunyah’s case management services Additional case management services in Gunnedah have been boosted thanks to an $842,536 grant from the Nationals/Liberal Government, providing support to families with members who are incarcerated or who have come into contact with the criminal justice system. This funding announcement is a welcome boost for an…

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Coulton’s Catch-up for week ending 03 June

More than $6.5 million for Warialda bypass Warialda's long awaited bypass is now just around the corner, with nearly $6.5 million in funding now locked in from industry and all levels of government. This is a great example of three levels of government working together as well as great contributions from private enterprises. The 3.6…

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Coulton’s catch-up for week ending 27 May

Aged care beds and funding  I am delighted to announce 60 new aged care beds and more than $3.8 million in funding for two aged care facilities in Dubbo and Coonabarabran. Coonabarabran’s Cooinda Nursing Home will receive $3,830,000, which will go towards a major refurbishment and an extension of facilities. I rang Cooinda’s General Manager,…

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Roos to Peru could be a win for the Electorate of Parkes

Negotiations to open new markets, including expanded kangaroo meat trade opportunities to Australian farmers, has been launched by the Coalition Government through a free trade agreement with Peru, Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton said. Mr Coulton said Peru presents a growing opportunity for exporters in the electorate of Parkes, that the Peru-Australia Free Trade…

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Coulton’s catch-up for week ending 20 May

All eyes were on Broken Hill with the NSW Nationals State Conference. As the Federal Member for Parkes I was delighted to welcome conference delegates as well as a number of high profile colleagues and visitors. From the Deputy Prime Minister and Federal Leader of The Nationals, Barnaby Joyce, Premier of NSW Gladys Berejiklian, NSW…

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