Another Mobile Black Spot fixed

Nationals Member for Page Kevin Hogan together with the Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield have today switched-on a new base station in Clunes, part of the Turnbull Coalition Government’s $220 million Mobile Black Spot Programme. “This new mobile base station in Clunes will bring a much-needed boost to mobile coverage in the area, providing benefits…

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Casino to get a $1 million amphitheatre

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today said a re-elected Coalition Government would commit to the construction of a $1 million amphitheatre in Casino. “This is great news for the Casino community and will provide a place for locals to come together in celebration,” he said. Richmond Valley Council mayor Ernie Bennett welcomed the project…

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Delivering Safer Communities in Grafton

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today announced a re-elected Turnbull/Joyce Government will provide $200,000 for CCTV cameras in Grafton. The funding has been committed under the Coalition’s Safer Communities Fund. “CCTV makes our town safer, can save lives, and most certainly will prevent crime,” Mr Hogan said. “I am proud to deliver this important…

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Woolgoolga to get a new surf club

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today said a re-elected Coalition Government would provide $1 million to the Woolgoolga Life Saving Club to construct a new Surf Club House to replace the existing ageing facility. “This is great news for the Woolgoolga community and in particular the Surf Club’s 400 volunteer members who so freely…

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