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STORM TRUCK READY FOR WILD WEATHER SEASON

A new state-of-the-art Medium Storm Vehicle will be deployed on the Northern Beaches to bolster the NSW State Emergency Service’s (SES) response to the upcoming storm season.

Minister for Emergency Services and Resilience and Minister for Flood Recovery joined Member for Manly James Griffin and SES Deputy Commissioner Daniel Austin at the Manly SES Unit today to officially hand over the keys to the $245,000 purpose-built truck.


NSW FOOTBALL LEGACY FUND KICKS OFF FOR MANLY CLUBS

Local football clubs and players in Manly are set for a funding boost with the opening of the NSW Government’s Football Legacy Fund applications.

Member for Manly James Griffin said the NSW Football Legacy Fund will strengthen the local community and secure a brighter future for clubs and associations across NSW.


$30 MILLION ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY AND PLACE PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

Aboriginal Community-Controlled Organisations and Groups can apply for funding to meet Closing the Gap targets thanks to the NSW Government’s $30 million Community and Place Grants Program.

As part of the NSW Government’s 2022-24 Closing the Gap Implementation Plan, grants of up to $250,000 will be available to fund one-off projects including programs, equipment, vehicles and infrastructure to support Aboriginal Organisations and Groups to deliver immediate outcomes under Closing the Gap.

Member for Manly James Griffin said he encourages all Aboriginal Community-Controlled Organisations and Groups across the Northern Beaches to apply for funding.