Funding boost for Yamba Coastal Walk

Yamba is one of the state’s premier tourist destinations, with over 1.4 million people visiting the Clarence Valley every year. It is important our community facilities are of a high standard and safe for everyone to use.   Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today announced $180,000 to install a new walking path from William…

$10 MILLION FUNDING INJECTION FOR GRAFTON TIMBER COMPANY TO CREATE 20 NEW JOBS

One of the Clarence Valley’s largest timber companies, Big River Group has been successful in securing a $10 million ‘dollar-for-dollar’ bushfire industry recovery grant to assist in consolidating its operations and enhance its Grafton-based facility, Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan and Clarence MP Chris Gulaptis have announced.   Big River is well renowned with…

$250 MILLION TO BOOST OUR BUSHFIRE RECOVERY

Businesses and communities in bushfire impacted regions will have access to a new fund for local infrastructure and initiatives that will drive economic recovery.   The $250 million Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund, co-funded by the NSW and Federal governments, will open to applications on 27 October 2020.   Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan…

Better access to life changing medicines for liver cancer, eye conditions and Parkinson’s disease

Australians suffering from liver cancer, myopia and Parkinson’s disease will soon have new treatment options, with amended PBS listings on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) coming into effect.   Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said the Federal Government will provide over $230 million to expand the listing Tecentriq® and Avastin® (atezolizumab and bevacizumab) on…

Bright lights for McKittrick Park

The Federal Government announced a new Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program (LRCI) earlier this year.   This program is designed to support councils deliver priority infrastructure projects to support jobs and help communities bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic.   Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said Clarence Valley Council received over $2 million…