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  • Federal Government chips in to help two Griffith manufacturers modernise

    The Morrison Government is backing two local companies in Griffith to modernise how they do business. According to local MP Sussan Ley, a $100,000 grant to Calabria Family Wines will help the iconic winery develop a new and innovative membrane carbonation technology which is more accurate and efficient than...

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  • #AnzacAtHome

    While it may look different this year ANZAC Day is not cancelled, and there are a range of ways we can all pay our respects to mark this special day on our national calendar. Due to Covid-19, the difficult decision to cancel traditional services around the nation was made...

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  • April 24 – Update on Coronavirus measures

    The National Cabinet met today to take further decisions to save lives, and to save livelihoods. The Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy provided an update on the measures underway, the latest data and medical advice in relation to COVID-19. There are over 6,670 confirmed cases in Australia and...

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  • Two new mobile towers for Upper Murray

    Local MP Sussan Ley today announced two new mobile phone towers will be built in the Upper Murray, to service the Jingellic and Lankeys Creek region. Delivered through Round 5 of the Morrison Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program, Ms Ley said, “Nothing better highlighted the need for improved communications...

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  • April 16 – Update on Coronavirus measures

    The National Cabinet met today to continue its coordinated work to save lives, and to save livelihoods. Leaders thanked Australians for staying home where possible over the Easter long weekend and stressed the critical importance of continuing to adhere to self-isolation, social distancing and quarantine arrangements, particularly for returned...

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