Bore bath funding a ‘gamer-changer’ for Collarenebri

Photo caption: Minister for Resources and Water Keith Pitt (third from left) and Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton (second from right) pictured at the Collarenebri Primitive Camping Ground where the Collarenebri Bore Bath will be built, with Collarenebri Health Service Manager Suzanne Mahoney, Registered Nurse Marlise Latta, Walgett Shire councillor Lawrence Walford, Mayor Ian…

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Coulton’s Catch Up – Grants for local NAIDOC events, Apply now for water infrastructure rebate scheme, Bushfire recovery grant guidelines released

Grants for local NAIDOC events Last week, NAIDOC events across the Parkes electorate were given a financial boost, with local organisations receiving more than $38,000 in community grants to help celebrate our rich Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture. A total of 20 organisations in the Parkes electorate received funding for their NAIDOC…

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Coulton’s Catch Up – Committed to the Parkes electorate, Boost for Basin communities, Key measures now in place, NAIDOC Week a chance to heal

Photo caption: Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton last week announced 15 projects in the Parkes electorate will share in more than $8 million in funding under the third round of the Federal Government’s Economic Development Program, including a $974,215 upgrade of the Back O’ Bourke Exhibition Centre. Committed to the Parkes electorate You’d be…

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Come together to heal this NAIDOC Week

Each year, NAIDOC Week is a time to celebrate our rich Indigenous cultures, honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander excellence, and recognise the significant contribution Indigenous people make to our lucky country. This year’s theme, Heal Country!, is not only a call for us to better protect and preserve our lands, waters, sacred and historically…

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