$17.8 MILLION FOR LOCAL PROJECTS

The Page Electorate is set for a major boost with new funding announced for 41 projects across the Lismore, Kyogle, Richmond Valley and Clarence Valley Local Government Area’s (LGA). Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said this funding is designed to support councils deliver priority infrastructure projects. “$17.8 million will be used to support jobs…

PACIFIC HIGHWAY UPGRADE OPENS NEW SECTIONS

The Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway upgrade has hit another major milestone with 15 kilometres of dual carriageway opening Thursday between Mororo and Devils Pulpit.   Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack said the final link in the Pacific Highway upgrade, the country’s largest regional road infrastructure project,…

Kevin Hogan announces funding Iluka-Woombah Men’s Shed

Iluka-Woombah Men’s Shed need to make upgrades to the shed to give the members more room to build their projects.      Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today announced two grants totalling $10,500 to start new projects.     “Men’s Sheds are a vital community assets and play an important role in the lives of many,” Mr Hogan said.    “This funding will allow them to install three- phase…

REX Airlines returns to Grafton

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today announced Regional Express (REX) flights will resume into Clarence Valley Airport at Grafton.   “I am extremely pleased that they have reconsidered and are now reinstating this important service for our community,” Mr Hogan said.   “I have continued to work with REX, Clarence Valley Council and the…

Work begins on new Performance Centre

Clarence Valley Anglican School students are now one step closer to a much needed upgrade to their Performing Arts Centre.   Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today officially turned the sod on the new facility.   “The current facilities do not provide the best opportunities for students to excel in their music subjects,” Mr…

PAVING THE WAY TO A BETTER PACIFIC HIGHWAY

Concrete paving has begun on the Pacific Highway upgrade between Glenugie and Wells Crossing in north-eastern New South Wales, bringing the entire upgrade one step closer to completion. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack, on site to observe the concrete pour, said the Pacific Highway upgrade was one…