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Monday, 18 April 2022 08:55

DELIVERING ON A PROMISE TO THE COAST

THE Federal Government has taken the next step to formally reject the application for the Offshore Petroleum Exploration Permit PEP-11.
 
The Prime Minister has written to Deputy Premier Paul Toole, as the joint authority partner, advising of the Government’s proposed decision.
 
Federal Member for Robertson Lucy Wicks MP said the Government was delivering on its promise to the Central Coast and ensuring that PEP-11 does not go ahead. 
 
“In April 2021, I stood with hundreds of Coasties at the PEP-11 rally at the Haven as we announced that under a Morrison government, PEP-11 would not go ahead,” Ms Wicks said.
Monday, 18 April 2022 08:53

TWO LOCALS FOR YOUTH TASKFORCE

TYSON Purchase of Kariong and Willow Robinson of Green Point have been selected amongst 18 young leaders from across regional NSW who are stepping up to make their voices heard as part of this year’s NSW Government Regional Youth Taskforce.
 
The cohort is tasked with delivering positive outcomes for young people in rural and regional communities. 
 
Minister for Regional Youth Ben Franklin said the new members of the third Taskforce would provide policy and operational advice to the NSW Government to advance the needs of their peers in the bush.
 
“These excellent young leaders will play a valuable role in improving economic outcomes and quality of life of regional youth,” Mr Franklin said.
Monday, 18 April 2022 08:51

SUPER BATTERY FOR LAKE MUNMORAH

THE State Government is considering placing its new Waratah Super Battery on the former Lake Munmorah power station site.
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