Our Singleton Rugby Club is a proud club that has produced two Wallabies and a Waratah and is also a cornerstone of the community, where thousands of fans cheer on match days and hundreds gather in the clubhouse after full-time.
The NSW Nationals in Government have opened the Regional Event Fund as part of the $10 million Tourism Recovery package through two streams: the Flagship Event Fund and a new Micro Event Fund.
The payments are another way that the Nationals in Government are supporting bushfire communities get back on their feet.
The Safer Roads Program comprises of the Saving Lives on Country Roads, and Liveable and Safe Urban Communities initiatives, which see targeted projects delivered for both the bush and city.
I encourage anyone who is eager to contribute at a local level to nominate for a board position before 28 February 2020.
The project will deliver a new hospital to provide health services under one-roof including an inpatient service, 24 hour/day emergency service, primary and ambulatory care facilities, ambulance bay, and staff accommodation.
Regional Seniors Travel Card are now open for those living in the Upper Hunter Electorate.
The Nationals in Government have moved quickly and decisively to assist Regional NSW during this drought. We know communities like Murrurundi are doing it tough and need our support to ensure water security for residents and businesses.
Eligible seniors will be able to use their card to purchase fuel, use taxi services or travel on NSW TrainLink trains and coaches.
Following a disaster, our spirit of generosity and desire to help those impacted is a wonderful thing. However, we need to be careful that we only donate things that are actually needed by our impacted communities.