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29 Oct

HAVE YOUR SAY ON PROPOSAL TO UPGRADE ONE OF NSW’S OLDEST TIMBER TRUSS BRIDGES

The community is invited to have their say on a proposal to upgrade and restore McKanes Bridge in South Bowenfels near Lithgow.

Minister for Regional Roads and Transport and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole said the NSW Government is providing $10 million for the project to ensure the beautiful timber-truss bridge continues to serve the community and maintain its heritage appearance.

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21 Oct

Three Tree Lodge and Lithgow Age Care train staff members

Three Tree Lodge and Lithgow Aged Care are working together to offer their staff the opportunity to upskill at TAFE NSW.

Lithgow Aged Care CEO Craig Oeding said the organisation was thrilled to be working with Three Tree Lodge and TAFE NSW to provide staff with the opportunity to further their skills.

Three Tree Lodge CEO Kate Hurrell said, since preparations began for the Aged Quality Standards which were released nationally on July 1 2019, she has noticed an increased requirement for good governance, increased skills and a more person-centred approach for residents.

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21 Oct

NEW BATHURST TENNIS CENTRE FORGING AHEAD

CONSRUCTION on the new Bathurst Tennis Centre has completed

Bathurst MP Paul Toole toured the sporting facility to see first-hand the fitout of the new club house.

Mr Toole said the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund invested $200,000 into the initiative.

Bathurst Regional Council provided funding to the tune of $500,000 while the local tennis club contributed $100,000.

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21 Oct

ZIG ZAG EXHIBITION TO OPEN AT GANG GANG GALLERY

THE Zig Zag Steam Exhibition and Art Prize launched at Lithgow’s Gang Gang Gallery on Saturday, October 5.
Bathurst MP Paul Toole officially opened the event at 2.30pm. The exhibition will continue until October 28.
The exhibition and art prize is a celebration of the first steam train to traverse the Great Zig Zag Railway and arrive in Bowenfels.
Artists residing in NSW were invited to enter up to three artworks for consideration in the exhibition with a prize of $1500 awarded to the most outstanding entry along with a $500 People’s Choice Award.

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