21st Jan 2020

SUBMITTED: Adam Marshall MP NORTHERN Tablelands MP and Minister for Agriculture Adam Marshall has today announced local farmers affected by the recent bush fires can now apply for a Special Disaster Grant of up to $75,000 to help pay for recovery co... more details

$75,000 Grants for Bushfire-Affected Primary Producers

15th Jan 2020

Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, has welcomed the announcement of Australian Government grants up to $75,000 for primary producers affected by bushfire.  Funding for the Emergency Bushfire Response in Primary Industries Grants Program inc... more details

Boosting Bushfire Relief in the New England

15th Jan 2020

Communities directly affected by fire, including those in the New England, will have Australian Government emergency relief funding increased by $58 million. Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, said this latest funding package included an extra $... more details

Further Assistance for New England Councils

14th Jan 2020

The Coalition Government will provide an initial and immediate base payment of $1 million to 42 of the most severely bushfire impacted councils in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland to help quickly rebuild vital infrastructure ... more details

2019-20 Volunteer Grants Closing Soon in the New England

14th Jan 2020

Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, is urging eligible community groups to apply now for a share in more than $60,000 in funding to support volunteer organisations across the electorate. The 2019-20 Volunteer Grants program forms part of the Coal... more details

All 10 New England Councils to be Invited to Share in $10 million Drought Fund to Combat Feral Animals and Weeds

09th Jan 2020

Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, will invite local councils across the New England to apply for a share in a $10 million drought fund to fight feral animals and weeds. Applications have opened for the Federal Government’s Communitie... more details

Local Molecular Ecologist, Deane Smith, to Headline GLENRAC Focus Event

08th Jan 2020

Local molecular ecologist, Deane Smith, to headline GLENRAC Focus event Deane Smith has been busy in the years since graduating from Glen Innes High School back in 2010, earning himself a Bachelor of Science (majoring in Zoology and Genetics), and a... more details