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13 Nov

WORK KICKFLIPS OFF FOR $530,000 OBERON COMMUNITY SKATE PARK

Member for Bathurst Paul Toole today hosted a sod-turning ceremony marking the start of work on a $530,000 skate park in Oberon that will be a haven for young people to tweak tricks with friends and a destination for local and regional skate competitions.
Mr Toole was joined by Oberon Council staff and the community at The Common to commence work on the new 545 square-metre skate park, which will feature a beginner level quarter pipe, grind ledges, rails and an intermediate level concrete bowl.

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13 Nov

LITHGOW STUDENT HONOURED AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE

Lithgow TAFE student Bailee Staines was honoured as one of the State’s best and brightest in a special ceremony at NSW Parliament House today to mark the 2018 Minister’s Student Achiever Awards.
Member for Bathurst Paul Toole congratulated Bailee and commended her commitment to excellence in an industry that is critical to the State’s economy.
“Tourism and hospitality is a big business and by rewarding the future generation of stars in the industry for their efforts, we encourage them to continue on this promising path,” Mr Toole said.

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13 Nov

WORK UNDERWAY ON MILLTHORPE STATION’S NEW PLATFORM

The return of train services to Millthorpe Station has moved a step closer with work to extend the platform underway after starting last week.
Bathurst MP Paul Toole said the upgrade is part of the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program, an initiative to deliver safe, modern and accessible public transport infrastructure across the state.
“This work proves the Government’s commitment to put the heritage listed Millthorpe Station back on the map, benefitting everyone in the village as well as train travellers from across the Central West or beyond,” Mr Toole said.

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13 Nov

GREAT NEWS FOR LITHGOW COMBINED DISTRICTS KART CLUB

The facilities at the Marrangaroo-based Lithgow Combined Districts Kart Club are set to be enhanced thanks to the NSW Government.
Bathurst MP Paul Toole today announced the club would receive funding of $101,120 to undertake a series of projects to enable it to host larger meetings.
“The improvements will include the replacement of dilapidated race control and technical inspection buildings with demountables. Landscaping and electrics works will also be undertaken,” Mr Toole said.

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