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July 18, 2021
Covid update: Thornton 7-Eleven transmission area of concern

NEW South Wales has recorded 105 new community transmission Covid-19 cases over the last 24 hours,  » Read more about: Covid update: Thornton 7-Eleven transmission area of concern  »

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May 18, 2021
Getting mentally fit

MENTAL Health is on the agenda at Singleton Rugby Club tonight and footy clubs across the state after the NSW Government announced a $280,000 investment in the NRL’s flagship wellbeing initiative.

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May 17, 2021
$75 million Resources for Regions Round Eight

THE Deputy Premier and Leader of the NSW Nationals John Barilaro joined NSW Nationals candidate for the Upper Hunter David Layzelle and Singleton Mayor Cr Sue Moore at Singleton Rugby Club to make an announcement on the $75 million Resources for Regions Round Eight for council and community projects.

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May 8, 2021
Safer waterways for Dungog

THE NSW Government and Hunter Water have completed work on the new wastewater plant to service the town’s growing population and deliver improved environmental outcomes.

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May 8, 2021
State Government announces $650,000 for new Kayuga fire station

KAYUGA Rural Fire Brigade will receive a new $650,000 purpose-built fire station to help the passionate fire crew operate with all the equipment they need to protect their community.

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May 7, 2021
Injection of $25 million for Dungog roads

NSW Nationals Candidate for the Upper Hunter seat David Layzell welcomed Deputy Premier John Barilaro’s announcement today of a $25 million funding package for Dungog’s roads.

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April 27, 2021
NSW Premier promotes Service NSW’s Dine and Discover initiative

THE NSW Premier returned to the Upper Hunter to join Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Nationals Candidate for the Upper Hunter David Layzell at the Remington hotel and restaurant in Muswellbrook to promote Service NSW’s Dine and Discover initiative.

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April 22, 2021
Barilaro denies nuclear ties: “It’s a straight out lie”

DEPUTY Premier John Barilaro has rejected connections drawn between the National Party and pro-nuclear group Atomic Australia,

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