We currently have 26,000 vehicles, including more than 3700 trucks, passing through Singleton every day. The bypass will remove up to 15,000 vehicles a day from the CBD, transforming the centre of this community.
As the Scone Bypass nears completion, this latest step towards the Muswellbrook bypass is a reminder that the Nationals in Government are delivering on their election promises.
The Murrurundi Hospital Redevelopment project is part of the $304 million Stage 5 Multipurpose Service Program for facilities across rural and remote NSW.
This development was part of a commitment by the Nationals in Government to deliver for the people of Muswellbrook and our region, and we have delivered as promised.
The funding will help pay for the clean-up of hazardous materials including the removal of asbestos-contaminated material released as a result of the bushfires, concrete slabs, and all dangerous debris including destroyed homes and trees.
The NSW Nationals in Government funding will alleviate financial pressures on BlazeAid so it could get on with helping farmers get back on their feet.
The Office will be staffed by 10 dedicated people and will continue to address the impacts of this devastating drought.
Department of Primary Industries (DPI) and Local Land Services officers are assisting landholders in northern NSW to manage animal welfare-related issues.
Applications under Round 1 of the Program will close on 2 December 2019, with successful projects announced in early 2020.
The Nationals in Government have launched this fund, to create an opportunity for sports organisations to support the drought effort and help build resilience in rural communities.