Prime Minister Scott Morrison kicked off another week of campaigning, spending this morning visiting locals and businesses in Lindsay.
The community had a chance to ask Prime Minister Scott Morrison questions about COVID-19 first hand this week.
Help is coming to businesses and individuals doing it tough in lockdown.
Speculation surrounding the future of Lindsay MP Melissa McIntosh is intensifying, with the prospect of a surprise challenge from within the Liberal Party in the lead-up to the next election.
The M12 will now become a reality after it received fast-tracked planning approval under the NSW Government’s COVID-19 economic recovery program.
New program will help hotels and motels become more energy efficient.
Minister for Housing Michael Sukkar has visited Lindsay to talk up the Federal Government’s First Home Loan Deposit Scheme.
The highly anticipated Dunheved Road upgrade will be given a push after the Federal Government budgeted a further $63.5 million, bringing the project’s total funding up to $127 million.
The Federal Election is still more than 18 months away, but Labor Leader Anthony Albanese sent a clear pitch to locals last week.
Former Lindsay MP Emma Husar claims she was "burnt and left to die" by the Labor Party, and has been forced to move to Perth in the wake of her 2018 resignation.