Dungog community will benefit from a major refurbishment of the Doug Walters Pavilion to ensure people have a safe place to shelter during emergencies thanks to a $71,000 NSW Government grant
Applications are now open for the Safe Shooting Program to help deliver upgrades to shooting clubs and ranges across NSW
Nine Upper Hunter projects will benefit from a share in more than $450,000 thanks to the NSW Government’s Crown Reserves Improvement Fund.
More than 370 Muswellbrook residents upskilled on their consumer rights as part of NSW Fair Trading’s ‘My Place’ program that was recently in town
Upper Hunter Electorate will benefit from the Saving Lives on Country Roads Program with nine upgrades to begin this financial year
Michael Johnsen MP, Member for Upper Hunter today announced that tenders have been invited to carry out work on new overtaking lanes at Ogilvies Hill and Winery Hill along the Golden Highway
Mr Michae Johnsen (Upper Hunter) 9 August 2018: I will talk a little about the drought that New South Wales, particularly the Upper Hunter, is experiencing at the moment.
Michael Johnsen MP, Member for Upper Hunter today announced that applications are now open for the Protecting Our Places grant program, which empowers Aboriginal community groups and organisations to protect, conserve and restore cultural landscapes and waterways.
Michael Johnsen MP, Member for Upper Hunter today announced that the magnificent East Warrah Woolshed, thought to be the largest built in the 1860’s, has been recognised as state significant, with its addition to the State Heritage List.
Michael Johnsen MP, Member for the Upper Hunter today joined with Muswellbrook Hospital staff to oversee a traditional ‘topping out’ ceremony for the $21.5 million project, during which a native tree was winched to the newly laid concrete slab at the top of the building