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  • Fruit Flies on the international stage

    Local MP Sussan Ley today announced federal funding of almost $50,000 to the Border’s Flying Fruit Fly Circus to display their unique talents on the world stage. Minister for the Arts, Senator the Hon George Brandis, has confirmed grants to three leading Australian arts companies* to support them in...

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  • Malcolm Fraser (1930-2015)

    “Malcolm Fraser was a unique combination – principled and a pragmatist – always determined, whatever stance he took. He could disgruntle some, more likely because he was not locked into a particular stream of thought or philosophy. In recent times I worked with him as a fellow member of...

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  • Free flu vaccines for Indigenous children

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children will receive free seasonal influenza vaccines this winter, Minister for Health Sussan Ley announced today. Ms Ley said as part of the Government’s ongoing commitment to closing the gap, removing the cost of the vaccination would improve access for Indigenous children aged between...

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  • Final Farrer ANZAC Centenary grants announced

    Local MP Sussan Ley today announced the final round of ANZAC Centenary grants for Farrer, acknowledging and commemorating the service and sacrifice of Australians during the First World War. Four projects have been awarded funding, making up the balance of $125,000 available to Farrer community and ex-service groups; including…...

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  • Skilling Far West students for success

    Students in Broken Hill and the Far West are experiencing the opportunity to learn useful vocational skills as part of the Reaching Across Secondary Program Trade Training Centres. The base Trade Training Centre (TTC), located at Broken Hill High School, gives secondary students the chance to earn qualifications in...

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