COULTON’S CATCH UP 5TH OCTOBER

In light of the Commonwealth Government’s announcement of its $100 million Women’s Safety package to respond to family and domestic violence, there has been a lot of discussion happening on this issue right across my electorate.   On the one hand, I am very disappointed that many parts of my electorate have been identified as…

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Big thanks to Bernie for the Bus Shed

Fairview Retirement Village has today thanked the many people involved in securing their new bus shed at an official opening in Moree, including Bernie Keitlinghaus who drove this project’s success.   Chief Executive Officer of Fairview Retirement Village, Brett Arthur is very grateful that his organisation now has a secure location for their aged care…

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Maayu Mali officially opens in Moree

Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton has officially opened the Maayu Mali Residential Rehabilitation Centre in Moree today.   Maayu Mali is one of the key initiatives funded under the Commonwealth Government’s Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) with $3 million committed to establishing the centre.   Mr Coulton has seen first-hand the issues that drug and…

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COULTON’S CATCH UP 28TH SEPTEMBER

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s new look ministry was sworn in by Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove last week.   Following this I have been busy speaking with many of my constituents about how their matters will be dealt with under the new Coalition Government.   One particular matter being raised with me is the implementation of…

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Coonamble Shire now eligible for drought funding

Coonamble Shire Council has received approval as a Declared Council under the Australian Government’s new Drought Communities Programme.      Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Warren Truss said the Drought Communities Programme has been introduced to generate greater economic stability in regional areas impacted by low rainfalls.   “The Australian…

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Local grain growers to benefit from small exporter grants

Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce has today announced $5.3 million worth of projects to assist small exporters with market access under the Coalition Government’s Package Assisting Small Exporters Programme.   These grants deliver on a key Coalition Government election commitment to support small exporters through its $15 million four year package.  …

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