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29 Sep

KPMG REVIEW SHEDS LIGHT ON CHARLES STURT’S FUTURE

The release of the much-anticipated independent review by KPMG on the financial position of Charles Sturt University has been welcomed by Member for Bathurst Paul Toole.

Mr Toole said he was satisfied Charles Sturt was heading in the right direction and now getting back on track to financial stability after he questioned its operations earlier this year.

This included an ultimatum that the Bathurst campus would not be downgraded and assurances that marquee courses such as nursing, paramedics, engineering, teaching and journalism would be retained.

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29 Sep

MORE UPGRADES FOR THE KANDOS MUSEUM

The impact of COVD-19 might have had an impact on the number of visitors to the Kandos Museum, but the lull in business has allowed for more upgrades to be completed.

When pandemic restrictions start to ease and life starts to resume to some sort of normality, the museum will now be able to offer guests hospitality in their brand new coffee shop.

Member for Bathurst Paul Toole today announced a Community Building Partnership grant of $16,000 for the addition.

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29 Sep

OBERON SHOWGROUND GOES SOLAR

SAVING on power bills is the aim of the latest initiative of the Oberon Show Society.

Thanks to NSW Government Community Building Partnership (CBP) funding of $11,000, solar panels have been installed on the roof of the “Oberon Centenary of Federation Pavilion – 2001”.

Member for Bathurst Paul Toole has been a great supported of the local show society and said its dedicated committee and band of volunteers always gave 100 per cent with the attitude of “the show must go on”.

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29 Sep

AIR BEE-N-BEE FOR APIARISTS

A $530,000 online portal will help commercial beekeepers overcome the challenges of accessing land caused by bushfire and drought, by giving them a one-stop-shop for public site access, Minister for Agriculture Adam Marshall announced today.

Mr Marshall joined Member for Bathurst Paul Toole at the Beekeeper’s Inn in the State’s Central West, and said the new BPASS Portal would also allow apiarists to apply and pay for their permits and licenses online for the first time.

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