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  • M.I.A secures funding for Regional Study Hub

    The Federal Government has announced funding of $1.36m to build new regional study sites to serve both Griffith and Leeton. Local MP Sussan Ley said the move is great news for students seeking distance education options at university, with new ‘hubs’ at Griffith and Leeton supporting those who wanted, or needed, to...

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  • Armistice Centenary projects unveiled across Farrer

    AlburyCity today launched its Armistice Centenary project on the ground floor of the city’s council offices. Armistice: Albury’s Armistice Celebration, examines life in the city at the time of the war’s end, looking at the immediate impact of war, peace and the soldiers’ return home. It will be on display in...

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  • Commemorating Remembrance Day – 2018

    On Sunday, 11 November 2018, Farrer communities will join the nation to mark a significant milestone in our military history; commemorating the centenary of the Armistice that ended the fighting in the First World War. Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester said the conflict from 1914-18 affected every community,...

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  • Response to the Moss Review – Regulation of Live Animal Exports

    Joint statement from The Hon Sussan Ley MP and The Hon Sarah Henderson MP We welcome the findings of the Moss Review, a very thorough investigation into the capability and culture of the regulation of live animal exports. It is abundantly clear that exporters and the Regulator have fallen...

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  • Drought Summit backs farmers and communities

    From the day Prime Minister Scott Morrison started in the role, he made it clear that dealing with the drought was one of the biggest priorities. From Friday’s National Drought Summit, the Prime Minister together with the state’s Premiers and Chief Ministers committed to a number of reforms. Further details are available here....

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