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NORTH COAST FOOTBALL SEASON 2020 REVEALED

June 19th, 2020
NORTH COAST FOOTBALL SEASON 2020 REVEALED North Coast Football has released details of its plans for 2020 and will deliver a season with the usual number of competition matches but in a shorter period. The start of the 2020 season has been delayed until the first week of July and will conclude in mid-October. Comp

BALLINA INTRODUCES NEW ROCK ANGLING LAWS

June 19th, 2020
BALLINA INTRODUCES NEW ROCK ANGLING LAWS - by Halden Boyd ROCK fishers are now required by law to wear a life jacket when fishing in the Ballina Shire. Anyone not wearing a certified lifejacket at high risk locations will receive an on the spot fine of $100 from the 1st July 2020. Ballina is one of five coastal N

Iluka interchange opens to traffic | The Hon. Kevin Hogan MP

June 17th, 2020
Iluka interchange opens to traffic The Woolgoolga to Ballina section of the Pacific Highway upgrade achieved another significant milestone today with the opening of the Iluka interchange. Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said the interchange provides faster and safer access to the highway. “The new overpass bri

NEW CLARENCE PRISON ALL SET TO OPEN | Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis

June 16th, 2020
NEW CLARENCE PRISON ALL SET TO OPEN The opening of the new Clarence Correctional Centre next Thursday, 25 June will deliver 600 jobs and a $560 million boost to the regional economy, according to Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis. "Australia's newest and largest prison will officially take its first inmate on 1 Ju

$22 MILLION MARIJUANA BUST IN RIVERTOWN DISTRICT

June 11th, 2020
$22 MILLION MARIJUANA BUST IN RIVERTOWN DISTRICT DRUG and Firearms Squad detectives have seized nearly $22 million worth of cannabis, charged four people, and dismantled 20 large-scale industrial grow houses at Gibbergee south of Coraki following an investigation into the cultivation and supply of cannabis across NSW.

Buy Australian Made | Kevin Hogan MP

June 3rd, 2020
Buy Australian Made This week, a new Federal Government campaign has been launched to promote Australian Made products. Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan, in conjunction with this, is promoting locally produced products and businesses on his Facebook page. “I know everyone wants to do their bit to help our econo

Three-year delay for flood-stricken school ‘outrageous’: Saffin

May 21st, 2020
Three-year delay for flood-stricken school ‘outrageous’: Saffin STATE Member for Lismore Janelle Saffin is calling on the Berejiklian-Barilaro Government to provide a start date for construction of Murwillumbah East Public School’s long-overdue replacement classrooms and library. Ms Saffin used the resumption o

Call for feedback on Lismore’s land use for next 20 years

May 15th, 2020
Call for feedback on Lismore's land use for next 20 years Lismore residents are reminded that they have less than a week left to share their views about land use over the next 20 years across the Lismore Local Government Area. The Council recently put its draft Local Strategic Planning Statement 2020-40 on Public Exh

VALE THE HON IAN CAUSLEY

April 28th, 2020
VALE THE HON IAN CAUSLEY I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing overnight of the former Nationals Member for Clarence and Page, The Hon Ian Causley. Ian was a larger than life man who has left his mark on many people not just in the Clarence Valley but right across Australia. I first met Ian about 35 years ago

Community groups can apply for share of 300,000 Dollars from May 4

April 28th, 2020
Community groups can apply for share of $300,000 from May 4 THERE’S only a week to go before applications open for the NSW Government’s 2020 Community Building Partnership Program, worth $300,000 for MP Janelle Saffin’s Lismore Electorate. Ms Saffin, who consistently reminds the Government that the electorate s

Primex announces Virtual Expo

April 24th, 2020
Primex announces Virtual Expo ONE of Australia’s most innovative primary industry field day events will overcome the coronavirus lockdown by bringing farmers and exhibitors together at a ‘virtual expo’, which is likely to result in a multi-million-dollar windfall for both sectors. Norco Primex Field Days will m

TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF KORNS CROSSING BRIDGE FOR REPAIRS

April 20th, 2020
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF KORNS CROSSING BRIDGE FOR REPAIRS The Korns Crossing Bridge on Numinbah Road at Crystal Creek will be closed to all traffic for six days next month for major repairs to be carried out. Member for Tweed Geoff Provest said detours will add up to 20 minutes travelling time but were necessary to ensu

NATIONALS BOOST FOR CLARENCE VALLEY YOUTH AND ABORIGINAL CULTURE

April 16th, 2020
NATIONALS BOOST FOR CLARENCE VALLEY YOUTH AND ABORIGINAL CULTURE The Nationals in NSW Government are preparing for the post coronavirus era with three significant grants that will enhance amenities for younger Clarence Valley residents, artists and develop local Indigenous culture, according to Clarence Nationals MP C

Changes to Foreign Investment Framework Kevin Hogan MP

April 16th, 2020
Changes to Foreign Investment Framework The Federal Government has made changes to the foreign investment review framework. This is designed to protect Australia’s national interest as we deal with the economic implications of the coronavirus. Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said all proposed foreign investment

Janelle Saffin MP Families score win with no preschool fees for six months

April 15th, 2020
Families score win with no preschool fees for six months: Saffin LISMORE MP Janelle Saffin has welcomed the NSW Government’s offer to pay preschool fees for up to six months as a win for families, particularly those employed on the frontline during the COVID-19 crisis. Ms Saffin said she and the NSW Labor Oppositio

Draft Long Term Financial Plan to Futureproof Kyogle LGA

April 15th, 2020
Draft Long Term Financial Plan to Futureproof Kyogle LGA Kyogle Council’s $412 million Long Term Financial Plan is positive news in tough times for the people of Kyogle, says Mayor Danielle Mulholland. “People across our Local Government Area have had a tough 12 months with fires, drought, flood and now Covid-19,

Saffin says bushfire-affected residents must not be forgotten

April 7th, 2020
Saffin says bushfire-affected residents must not be forgotten THE bushfire season may have ended a week ago, but Lismore MP Janelle Saffin says the plight of Northern Rivers and Northern Tablelands residents who lost homes, animals and property last year must not be forgotten. Ms Saffin vowed to continue her sustaine
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