Delivering Safer Streets in Our Community

New CCTV Cameras being installed in Lismore CBD will improve safety and lower crime, the Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “Lismore City Council received a $433,000 Federal Government grant to replace the 1998 analog system with 56 new digital cameras to provide maximum surveillance throughout the CBD,” he said. “This includes new camera…

Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Will 15-year-old Tanayah Harley and 14 year-old Oscar Kennett be the next Libby Trickett and James Magnussen when it comes to swimming and 14-year-old Payton Schweizer and 13-year-old Neve Schweizer be the next Ash Barty and Samantha Stosur when it comes to tennis? Could 13-year-olds Amaria Roya, Kailei Royal, Eliza Herman, Skyla Pope and Chloe…

Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Could 12-year-old Ruby Pade and 16-year-old Lachlan Rook be the next Ash Barty and Lleyton Hewitt when it comes to tennis? Will 14-year olds Aheisha Mcphillips and Lily Hallawell, along with 15-year olds Ella Bhatti and Emily Knott and 13-year-old Alice Webster play for the Australian Women’s Soccer Team, the Matildas? Perhaps 14-year old Amy…

Immediate drought assistance available

Farming families will have access to a new support package that delivers nearly $100 million to drought-hit communities. This is on top of more than $7 billion in drought support funding already provided by the Government, the Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “This latest package will deliver an immediate stimulus at the local…

$27 million for new PBS medicines

The Government will invest $27 million to provide affordable access to three new medicines through the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS), helping Australians living with complications following stroke, fighting cancer, and experiencing syphilis in northern, central and southern Australia. The September 1 PBS listings will include amending the current listing for Opdivo® (Nivolumab) for the treatment…