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Dubbo Photo News - - News - Com­ment by YVETTE AUBUS­SON-FO­LEY

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.”

PHOTO: DUBBO PHOTO NEWS/FILE

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...

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