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BUS SHELTER IN CURLEWIS AMONG IMPROVEMENTS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT CUSTOMERS icon

BUS SHELTER IN CURLEWIS AMONG IMPROVEMENTS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT CUSTOMERS

June 14, 2022

Curlewis will receive a brand new $11,500 bus shelter as part grant program that will improve bus stop infrastructure in five locations in the Tamworth Electorate.

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Gunnedah and Walcha to receive new rural health staff accomodation units icon

Gunnedah and Walcha to receive new rural health staff accomodation units

June 10, 2022

Gunnedah and Walcha are among two of the first in NSW to benefit from the NSW Government’s funding boost to ensure more modern, stylish and sustainable accommodation units are available for rural and regional healthcare workers.

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Anderson renews campaign to save the Manilla Viaduct

June 09, 2022

Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson is joining the Manilla community in renewing the campaign to save the historic Manilla Viaduct.

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Hospital Consultation Continuing

June 09, 2022

The concept design for the Gunnedah Hospital redevelopment has been released and this week, letterboxes in Gunnedah have been filled with pamphlets inviting the community to provide feedback.

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Save on Energy Bills with Service

June 08, 2022

Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson is encouraging the local community to find ways to save on energy and utilities through Service NSW.

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More courts up in lights in Gunnedah Tennis Club

June 07, 2022

When the sun sets, the tennis players come out to play thanks to Gunnedah Tennis Club’s lighting upgrade project, made possible by a grant of $68,470 from Round Four of the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund. Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson joined Acting Club President Sophi...

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Agriculture's leading women invited to talk safety

June 07, 2022

The NSW Government’s Women in Agriculture Lunch and Learn series is making its way to Gunnedah on the 29th of June to shine a light on safety for farming families. The event, held in partnership with Essential Energy and SafeWork NSW is targeted at women working on farms or connected to the ag...

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Supporting Multicultural Events

June 06, 2022

Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson has joined Minister for Multiculturalism Mark Coure today to encourage local community organisations in the region to apply for their share in multicultural event funding. “Our community enjoys a number of multicultural festivals and events that celebrate the...

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Anderson welcomes record health workforce boost icon

Anderson welcomes record health workforce boost

June 05, 2022

The NSW Government has announced a record 10,148 full-time equivalent staff will be recruited to hospitals and health services across the State over four years, in the nation’s largest-ever health workforce boost. Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson said the $4.5 billion investment over four ye...

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Work to futureproof Arc-en-Ciel Trout Farm continues icon

Work to futureproof Arc-en-Ciel Trout Farm continues

June 05, 2022

The Arc-en-Ciel Trout Farm in Hanging Rock is one step closer to ensuring its future viability with progress on its futureproofing project, with support from the NSW Government’s Bushfire Industry Recovery Package – Sector Development Grants (Aquaculture).

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New lights unveiled at Dungowan Recreation Ground

June 02, 2022

The Dungowan Cowboys are training under new lights after works were completed on the $186,881 Dungowan Recreation Ground lighting project, funded by the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund. Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson attended the Cowboys training session on Wednesday nig...

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Local communities have their say on Nundle Wind Farm

June 01, 2022

A proposed windfarm in the Nundle area containing 65 turbines continues to attract community interest. The project was first introduced to the region in 2018 and taken over by Engie Hills of Gold in 2020.

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