COFFS HARBOUR BYPASS - UNDERFUNDED AND DELAYED The federal budget has confirmed that the government has not put any additional funds aside for tunnels on the Coffs Harbour Bypass. Further, the government has created a cloud over the start date for the project saying that it is now “expected” to start in 2020. We were … Continue reading News Release: Coffs Harbour Bypass – underfunded and delayed
PORT, COFFS, KEMPSEY AND THE MID-NORTH COAST FORGOTTEN IN THE FEDERAL BUDGETThe final budget of the Abbott Turnbull Morrison Government confirmed they have little to offer the people of Port, Coffs, Kempsey and the mid-north coast. We are the forgotten people under this government. We heard nothing new from the government on addressing our youth … Continue reading News Release: Port, Coffs, Kempsey and the mid-north coast forgotten in the federal budget
STEPHEN JONES MPSHADOW MINISTER FOR REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONSSHADOW MINISTER FOR REGIONAL SERVICES, TERRITORIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTMEMBER FOR WHITLAM ANDREW WOODWARDLABOR CANDIDATE FOR COWPER LABOR TO FUND COFFS COLTS TURF WICKET A Shorten Labor Government will provide $50,000 funding to allow the Coffs Colts Cricket Club to set up a new home venue with a new turf … Continue reading News Release: Labor to fund Coffs Colts turf wicket
MICHAEL MCCORMACK’S VISIT TO COFFS HARBOUR ON MONDAY It is understood the “leader” of the National Party, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, Michael McCormack, is visiting Coffs Harbour on Monday, 11 March 2019. It is understood Mr McCormack is coming here for a “PR opportunity”. Mr McCormack should ditch … Continue reading News Release: What Michael McCormack should really be doing when he visits Coffs Harbour on Monday.
FURTHER BLOW TO THE COFFS HARBOUR BYPASS - THE NATIONALS BACK DOWN ON FUNDING FOR TUNNELS IN THIS YEAR’S FEDERAL BUDGET The National Party tonight confirmed that there would be no additional funding contained in the 2 April 2019 federal budget as to honour a commitment to include tunnels in the Coffs Harbour Bypass. The … Continue reading News Release: Further blow to the Coffs Harbour Bypass – the Nationals back down on funding for tunnels in this year’s federal budget
REVEALED: NATIONALS BACKING AWAY FROM TUNNELS FOR THE COFFS HARBOUR BYPASS A letter from the Roads and Maritime Services NSW (RMS) reveals the National Party has again lied to the people of Coffs Harbour in declaring it is committed to building tunnels on the Coffs Harbour Bypass. On 15 January 2019, the NSW National … Continue reading News Release: Revealed – Nationals backing away from tunnels for Coffs Harbour Bypass
LUKE HARTSUYKER’S INGLORIOUS DEPARTURE Luke Hartsuyker’s outings in parliament and the media in the dying days of his inglorious career are nothing short of irresponsible and embarrassing. He should know better. The people of Port, Coffs, Kempsey and the mid-north coast deserve better. Mr Hartsuyker should go quietly - he adds nothing positive to anything … Continue reading News Release: Luke Hartsuyker’s inglorious departure
MCCORMACK INSULTS THE MID-NORTH COAST'S UNEMPLOYED Unemployed people in Port, Coffs, Kempsey and on the mid-north coast should pick up the phone and call the National Party today asking where they can start work tomorrow. The Leader of the National Party and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack today told Parliament in Question Time: “If you … Continue reading News Release: McCormack insults the mid-north coast’s unemployed.
THE COFFS HARBOUR BYPASS COVER-UP CONTINUES The NSW National Party candidate for the state seat of Coffs Harbour, Gurmesh Singh, last night made two key statements at the Coffs Harbour Bypass Action Group candidates’ forum. These statements require immediate clarification from the federal government. First, Mr Singh confirmed what was in the leaked draft media … Continue reading News Release: The Coffs Harbour Bypass cover-up continues
POLITICS IN COWPER I am fighting for a better deal on employment, environment, equality and integrity in politics. These are the key issues in Cowper. We need more than just infrastructure here. We also need a vision, services and assistance for the people of Port, Coffs, Kempsey and the mid-north coast. People like Labor's positive … Continue reading News Release: Politics in Cowper.