A change is as good as...
FROM our bird’s eye view here at Dubbo Photo News on Wingewarra Street, we’ve seen there’s been ‘movement at the station’, the old Fire Station that is, at the Darling Street lights.
Rumours of a new café honouring all things vintage... appear to be true and as soon as we can get a look inside, so will you!
On the theme of ‘what’s new?’, the nation got a fresh start this week with the swearing in of a new Deputy Prime Minister and rural NSW appears to have another friend in high places according to our own Dubbo-based Federal member for Parkes, Mark Coulton, who released a short statement describing Michael Mccormack as a fierce advocate for the people of the bush.
On former deputy Barnaby Joyce’s leadership, Coulton acknowledge Joyce’s role in the most significant advancement in health care in the western region in decades.
“I am grateful that Barnaby supported my push, on behalf of the people of western NSW, for a Cancer Centre to be constructed in Dubbo. He was instrumental in obtaining the $25 million Federal Government contribution that made this dream a reality.”
Member for Parkes Mark Coulton this week acknowledged Barnaby Joyce’s support for a Cancer Centre in Dubbo during his time as Deputy Prime Minister. Mr Joyce announced he was resigning the position last Friday. He’s pictured on Wingewarra Street in...