Nationals MP Rick Colless announced the $500 million Growing Local Economies Fund, but said he's going to travel around rural New South Wales to tell them why Orange deserves the money.
Another National Party Member of Parliament who cares more about themselves than their electorate: Adrian Piccoli is about to announce his retirement as he secures a cushy job in Sydney.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District is playing a game of ‘whack-a-mole’ with funding cuts to hospitals. Temora Hospital's obstetrics theatre was cut after cuts to Griffith Hospital were reversed.
Health Hazard Brad is blaming everybody but himself for his mistakes in the Health portfolio - but still hasn't guaranteed Temora's obstetrics theatre.
The Nationals are trying to impress rural NSW with $500 million, but the electorate of Orange was promised $300 million in last year's by-election.
Minister Hazzard must give a "100% guarantee" for services at Temora Hospital, just like he did for Orange Hospital.
The National Party claim they have their "hand on the cheque book", but Temora hospital still has to close their obstetric theatre on August 31.
After 873 days in office and a week of flip-flop thought bubbles, Upper Hunter Nationals MP decides to support our policy for a new coal-fired power station.
Residents of Trundle and Peak Hill could be left in the dark for hours if their Essential Energy depots are closed.
Local Government Minister Gabrielle Upton has one rule on Council amalgamations for the city elites, and another rule for everybody else.