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Archive - March 2021

Livestock Health following Floods
30 Mar 2021
Livestock Health following Floods
With vast areas of NSW still impacted by flood waters, landholders are being warned to remain vigilant for increased animal disease risks. 
Dine & Discover NSW
27 Mar 2021
Dine & Discover NSW
The NSW Government has launched Dine & Discover NSW to encourage the community to get out and about, supporting dining, arts and tourism businesses and stimulating spending in the economy. 
Wagga Wagga District applauds long serving members
26 Mar 2021
Wagga Wagga District applauds long serving members
The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) Riverina Zone today applauded the achievements of dedicated volunteers from the Wagga Wagga District with the presentation of one national medal and 46 long service medals to volunteers. 
Sleep maximizes vaccine effectiveness
18 Mar 2021
Sleep maximizes vaccine effectiveness
With the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines now underway, University of South Australia sleep experts are urging people to reprioritise their sleep, as getting regular and sufficient sleep is known to boost your immune system. 
Senator Payne encourages local hotels and motels to apply for new energy-saving grant program
17 Mar 2021
Senator Payne encourages local hotels and motels to apply for new energy-saving grant program
Small and medium hotels, motels and serviced apartments are being encouraged to apply for a new grant program that can help reduce energy use, improve energy productivity and deliver carbon abatement. 
TAFE NSW helping plug nursing skills shortage
7 Mar 2021
TAFE NSW helping plug nursing skills shortage
The Federal Government’s JobTrainer initiative is helping plug the critical shortage of nurses in NSW, giving locals an opportunity to enrol in a fee-free nursing course at TAFE NSW. 
Keep an Eye Out for a Pride of Lions Cleaning Up in the Local Community this Weekend!
5 Mar 2021
Keep an Eye Out for a Pride of Lions Cleaning Up in the Local Community this Weekend!
It’s Lions Awareness Day this weekend and many volunteers across the country will be out in their community celebrating, including over 100 Lions Clubs who are hosting Clean Up Australia Day events. 
Graffiti Removal Day 2019
1 Mar 2021
Graffiti Removal Day 2019
Graffiti vandalism costs New South Wales over $300 million per year. Since Graffiti Removal Day was established in 2012, volunteers have removed 141,000sqm of graffiti, saving our community about $10.40 million. 
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