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Cessnock CWA receives funding boost

Cessnock Country Women’s Association received a $6,000 grant to refurbish its premises on Vincent Street.

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Government dairy announcement just more chaos

Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has announced a plan to pay an unidentified “research group” $560,000 of taxpayers’ money to deliver a dairy report in February next year. 

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Transcript - Doorstop - Somerset - Wednesday, 1 May 2019

SUBJECTS: Labor’s forestry policy, Tasmanian Forestry Agreement.

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Labor's positive plan for forestry and forest products industries

A Shorten Labor Government will deliver a positive plan for the future sustainable profitability and growth of the forestry and forests products industries.

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Hunter early voting - prepoll

Here are the details of the Hunter electorate's pre-poll voting booths. Visit www.aec.gov.au for further information. 

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Embracing change: Growing a $100 billion agriculture sector

The National Farmers’ Federation has set a goal to grow the value of Australia’s agriculture sector from $60 billion to $100 billion by 2030.

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Labor will reinstate national leadership on animal welfare

Labor will reinstate national leadership in animal welfare matters and dedicate resources to a new national framework. 

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Hunter sports stars recognised

Federal Member for Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon recognised the outstanding achievements of the Hunter electorate’s young athletes at an official presentation event hosted in Cameron Park on Monday.

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Securing the future of Cessnock Pool

Federal Member for Hunter, Joel Fitzgibbon, has announced a Shorten Labor Government will invest $800,000 to secure the future of Cessnock Swimming Pool.

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Labor to fund Singleton cancer treatment day unit

A Shorten Labor Government will commit $2.7 million to fund a cancer treatment day unit at Singleton Hospital to improve support for patients and their families undergoing chemotherapy and cancer treatment. 

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