MEMBER for Lismore Janelle Saffin says the NSW Labor Government has honoured its election commitment to fund a roundabout at the Alphadale crossroads on the Bruxner Highway.
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MEMBER for Lismore Janelle Saffin is encouraging community organisations and councils across the Lismore electorate to apply for funding in the latest round of the Community Building Partnership (CBP) program which open today.
THE NSW Government has completed a $3.4 million project to remediate contamination at the former Jennings Processing Plant near Tenterfield, cleaning up a legacy polluted site almost 100 years since it closed.
THE MINNS Labor Government is calling on the Liberals and Nationals to end their repeated attacks on NSW’s hard-working teachers after a senior Liberal MP dismissed the teacher shortage crisis as a “fairytale”.
LISMORE MP Janelle Saffin has welcomed the successful outcome of the historic pay offer to 95,000 NSW public school teachers, which will take them from being the worst paid in the country to being the best paid.
FAMILIES and children across our region can visit Australia’s oldest Parliament in the coming school holidays – without the expense of travelling to Sydney.
MEMBER for Lismore Janelle Saffin is calling on Northern Rivers residents to recognise the hardworking, inspiring women in the community by putting in a nomination for the 2024 Women of the Year Awards.
SINCE ITS foundation more than 100 years ago the Country Women’s Association (CWA) has always championed the health and maternity needs of women living in the Bush, and in keeping with that tradition the focus of this year’s CWA Awareness Week (3-9 September 2023) is on neurodiversity.
MEMBER for Lismore Janelle Saffin says new mobile wi-fi equipment installed in
Fire and Rescue NSW and NSW SES vehicles will ensure first responders can stay connected during emergencies.
SUPPORT CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN FLOOD AFFECTED PRIMARY INDUSTRIES – JOINT RELEASE- MURRAY WATT AND TARA MORIARTY
ASSISTANCE for agricultural processing businesses to re-establish operations following the February and March 2022 floods continues, with Round 2 of the $22 million Supply Chain Support Program now open for applications.