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New England small businesses a winner in Federal Budget

12 May 2017

Deputy Prime Minister and Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, said the Federal Government is making the right choices to ensure Australia’s remarkable economic growth story continues, so we can secure better days ahead for hard-working Australians in the New England Electorate.   &ld...

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Future’s bright for White Rock Solar Farm at Glen Innes

11 May 2017

The Deputy Prime Minister and Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, says the future is bright for the Goldwind White Rock Solar Farm at Glen Innes after it received full funding, or financial close, to proceed.

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Regional areas benefit from Ministerial Taskforce in Budget

11 May 2017

The Deputy Prime Minister and Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, has welcomed more than 400 significant measures delivered by the Regional Australia Ministerial Taskforce for rural Australia in this year’s Federal Budget.

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Federal Budget to unlock potential in New England

09 May 2017

Residents and business owners in the New England Electorate will have new employment and investment opportunities following the Australian Government's Budget announcement on infrastructure investment.

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Major progress on Appleby Lane upgrade

05 May 2017

A 1.5-kilometre stretch of Appleby Lane has been upgraded from a gravel surface to a sealed one as work continues on the $4.3 million project which will improve heavy vehicle access to Tamworth from the north.

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True needs-based funding for New England schools

03 May 2017

Deputy Prime Minister and Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, says the Turnbull/Joyce Government’s new plan for schools would mean growing and better targeted funding and evidence-based programs for local students.

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Giving back to our volunteers in New England

03 May 2017

Volunteers in the New England Electorate are among nearly 100,000 volunteers across Australia benefiting from $10 million in Australian Government grants to support community organisations.

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Scone Bypass funding gets tick of approval

01 May 2017

$65 million in Australian Government funding has been ticked off to start building the four-kilometre Scone Bypass, creating a safer and more efficient road network for the local region.

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Upgrades start on shorter, quicker freight corridor to Liverpool Plains

01 May 2017

Works are now underway on a multimillion dollar upgrade to the road linking Merriwa and the Killara Feedlot near Willow Tree which will cut up to 88 kilometres off the trip across the Liverpool Range.

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