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Wee Waa Medical Centre mentioned in Parliament this week

Daniel Mookhey Member of the Legislative Council

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Mookhey, Daniel to the Minister for Primary Industries, Minister for Regional Water, Minister for Trade and Industry representing the Minister for Health, and Minister for Medical Research

  1. To date, how many days in 2018 have in person general practitioner services been available in Wee Waa Medical Centre?
  2. How many full-time equivalent general practioners are currently employed at Wee Waa Medical Centre?
Question asked on 23 October 2018 (session 56-1) and published in Questions & Answers Paper No. 177
No answer has been printed.
Answer due on 27 November 2018.

Will Wentworth play out in the bush?

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The threat of strong independent candidates to the major parties in the upcoming federal election won’t be as pronounced in rural seats according to a leading political commentator.

Independent candidate Dr Kerryn Phelps remains on track to win the seat of Wentworth with a massive swing of nearly 19 per cent against the Liberal Party – a result many say highlights the threat of high profile independent candidates to the major parties. 

Mark Coulton, MP, to contest federal seat of Parkes for fifth time

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Member for Parkes Mark Coulton will contest the Federal seat of Parkes for the fifth time.

Mr Coulton was successfully pre-selected by the National Party on Saturday and is looking forward to again contesting the seat after more than a decade in federal parliament.

“I am honoured to have been pre-selected by the National Party at the weekend,” Mr Coulton said.

Narrabri Shire Council prepares for Inland Rail project

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WITH the development of one of the country’s largest nation building projects on its doorstep, Narrabri Shire Council is looking to plan for the future.

The planning comes as plans for the Inland Rail Project come to light and are designed to maximise the benefits for the shire.

The council has recruited the services of Arcadis Australia Pacific to implement detailed documentation on the benefits and viability of a substantial commercial and industrial estate to ensure it maximises the benefits.

Narrabri shire mayor Cathy Redding said the district is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the upcoming development, and all the opportunities entailed.


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