Australia should take a lead from Queensland and its global partners and act now with a landmark, nation-building strategic investment of public capital into the Future Fund, to leverage existing investments in the National Reconstruction Fund and Rewiring the Nation. We need the government to underwrite local procurement policies to underpin domestic manufacturing.
By 2050, hundreds of thousands of Australian children will face severe and extreme heat that risks their life, their health, and their learning and 7 million children will face more frequent and more intense heat waves.
Any organisations in Gosford who have the ideas to help local women succeed are encouraged to apply.
With recent figures from Mary Mac’s suggesting demand for its food hampers has gone from 50 hampers a week to a huge 150, even some of the shelves in Mary Mac’s own food pantry are also looking a little understocked.
I have written directly to every oil company with service stations in the region and have asked them to explain why our region experiences higher fuel prices.
NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Paul Scully said: “We’re hoping to better balance housing availability for the people of NSW with the benefits that tourism brings to local communities.”
Our silent protest was a symbolic representation of how public voices have been stifled. We will never know how many public submissions were not received.
North Avoca Boardriders can further strengthen their programs and initiatives, contributing to the positive growth of the area and creating a better environment for our youth to thrive
Local councils across NSW are expected to foot the bill for their own de-amalgamation under new proposed legislation
My association with Willows began when, as a young child, about six years old, I discovered the story ‘Wind in the Willows’ by Kenneth Grahame. I was fascinated by the adventures of Toad, or should I say misadventures. I had read the tale several times, seen a movie and enjoyed it each time.