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13 Nov

PRESTIGE BOXING GYM’S OFFICIAL OPENING

Bathurst MP Paul Toole has officially opened the Prestige Boxing Gym in Lithgow.
Mr Toole stopped in at the gym last Saturday to unveil a plaque marking this special occasion for owners Roger Spence and his partner Roxanne.
While he was there he got to find out the fitness benefits boxing offers when he was put through his paces by local boxing legend Spike Cheney who became a household name after winning a silver medal at the 1988 Olympic Games.

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13 Nov

FUNDING BOOST FOR OBERON PISTOL CLUB

Bathurst MP Paul Toole has today announced $4453 in NSW Government funding for the Oberon Pistol Club as part of the 2017/18 Safe Shooting Program.
Funding has been provided to enable the club to purchase the necessary infrastructure to allow it to use the new online NSW Firearms and Licensing Communications Falcon System.
Mr Toole said this would include the purchase of a computer, scanner and internet connections as well as solar power which would allow the club to gain access to the new online system.

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13 Nov

BATHURST ARTIST SET FOR NEW PROJECT WITH NSW SUPPORT

Kandos-based visual artist Terry Burrows will undertake a new project in 2018 with the help of funding announced today by Local Member Paul Toole and Minister for the Arts Don Harwin.
Mr Burrows will receive a $1,250 NSW Artists’ Grant to support the survey exhibition ‘Objectivity’, at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery running between August and October 2018. The exhibition will include work from the past 10 years of Burrows' art practice.
In the second of four rounds for 2018, $12,500 will be shared across seven individuals and three partnerships across the state.

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13 Nov

$3 MILLION SAFETY UPGRADE ON MID WESTERN HIGHWAY COMPLETED AT BLAYNEY

Motorists travelling along the Mid Western Highway at Blayney are enjoying safer driving conditions with a major road upgrade now completed.
Bathurst MP Paul Toole said the NSW Government provided $3 million for the project across three years, including $2.5 million under the Safer Roads Program and $500,000 from state maintenance funding. The project will improve road safety and provide improved conditions for freight vehicles.

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