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  • Upgrading Albury’s key sporting facilities

    The Coalition Government is set to invest $250,000 to upgrade the playing surfaces at three key Albury sporting venues.  As part of the nation’s first sports plan – Sport 2030 – the Liberals and Nationals have set a goal to reduce inactivity across the nation by 16 per cent...

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  • SUSSAN LEY – ON THE RECORD WITH WATER

    2012 SA premier informs Labor Prime Minister (Gillard) that unless his State receives more water from Murray Darling Basin Plan, he would take Commonwealth to Federal Court and challenge constitutional right of to plan for the Basin. Water Act 2007 subsequently amended, without community or stakeholder consultation. NOVEMBER 2012...

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  • Buronga’s new look Midway Ctr celebrates 1st Birthday

    Local MP Sussan Ley dropped in to celebrate the first anniversary of Buronga’s revamped Midway Centre since opening on April 06 last year. The Federal Government provided $500k in funding assistance for the $2.8 million redevelopment, which has led to a resurgence in use by local community groups. “The...

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  • Bringing more students to regional Australia

    Farrer’s tertiary education sector stands to benefit from the Government’s strategy to attract more students to study in regional Australia. Minister for Education Dan Tehan joined Member for Farrer Sussan Ley in Albury today to discuss the benefits for the local community from the $94 million Destination Australia grants...

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  • Murray Darling Basin – resolutions of the Senate

    When a piece of public policy is tolerated at best and hated at worst in the entire area of its application, that should signal to the parliament responsible for that policy that something is wrong. A perfect example is the Murray-Darling Basin Plan. Go anywhere in the basin, and...

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