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APPLICATIONS SOUGHT FOR SAFER COMMUNITIES FUND

Grant applications for Round 2 of the Australian government’s Safer Communities Fund are now being accepted.

The Nationals Duty Senator for Hunter John Williams said Round 2 will distribute $28.6 million in individual grants to eligible incorporated non-government or not-for-profit organisations to implement community safety and crime prevention initiatives.

Senator Williams said the maximum individual grant is $1 million.

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FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY SAFETY PROJECTS

Grant applications for Round 2 of the Australian government’s Safer Communities Fund are now being accepted.

The Nationals Duty Senator for Richmond John Williams said Round 2 will distribute $28.6 million in individual grants to eligible incorporated non-government or not-for-profit organisations to implement community safety and crime prevention initiatives.

Senator Williams said the maximum individual grant is $1 million.

Read more: FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY SAFETY PROJECTS

Dastyari visits the North

Dear Sir,

I note the presence of Labor Senator Sam Dastyari in Armidale and Tamworth last week hoping to whip up support for a Labor candidate next time the voters go to the polls. One program Senator Dastyari wouldn’t have mentioned is the mobile phone tower roll-out because when last in government Labor did not build one tower and show no signs of changing that stance. The Nationals in government have already delivered 237 and over 700 are planned. Senator Dastyari wouldn’t have mentioned the relocation of government agencies to regional towns, the Building Better Regions Fund or coal-fired power generation to keep the lights on and the air-conditioning operating because Labor doesn’t support these policies. Nor does it support the relocation of the APVMA from Canberra to Armidale and would do

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New Solar Panel System Lights Up Tweed Shire Art Gallery

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Fiona Nash

Minister for Regional Development

Minister for Local Government and Territories                                                                                                   

Minister for Regional Communications
Deputy Leader of The Nationals

John Williams

Senator for New South Wales

29 September 2017

Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre now powered by solar

New solar panel system will reduce energy costs and carbon emissions

The Coalition Government contributed $113,636 towards the project.

Read more: New Solar Panel System Lights Up Tweed Shire Art Gallery

Building Better Regions Fund boosts Byron Shire

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Fiona Nash

Minister for Regional Development

Minister for Local Government and Territories

Minister for Regional Communications
Deputy Leader of The Nationals

Senator John Williams

Senator for New South Wales

 

Fund supports key community projects in regional and remote communities

Nationwide, 147 projects will share in $6.9 million which spurs and extra $5.4 million in investment

A program to promote the use of community halls in Byron Shire will receive funding under the Australian government’s Building Better Regions Fund.

The Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams has announced that $20,000 will be provided to Byron Shire Council for its Building Capacity in Byron’s Community Halls venture.

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