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FURTHER STRONGER COMMUNITIES GRANTS APPROVED

November 14, 2018

Member for Blair, Shayne Neumann MP, has congratulated four more local organisations on successful applications to the Stronger Communities Programme. Mr Neumann said the continued investment into infrastructure was vital for community organisations to continue to thrive.

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CENTENARY OF ARMISTICE MEMORIAL DRIVE OPENED IN LOWOOD

November 12, 2018

Member for Blair, Shayne Neumann MP, on Remembrance Day opened a Memorial Drive dedicated to 58 soldiers from the Lowood region who did not return from WWI. The 600-metre Centenary of Armistice Memorial Drive, lined by native trees planted for each soldier, was made possible by a $16,112 grant through the federal Armistice Centenary Grants Programme (ACGP).

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TOOGOOLAWAH REMEMBERS

November 12, 2018

Member for Blair, Shayne Neumann MP, has congratulated the Toogoolawah and District History Group Inc. following the successful launch of their “An End to Conflict” project on Saturday. The project, funded largely by a $10,089 grant through the Federal Armistice Centenary Grants Programme (ACGP), is made up of a commemoration event, memorabilia display and memorial plaque.

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LOCAL ORGANISATIONS GIVEN FUNDING GREEN LIGHT

November 06, 2018

Member for Blair, Shayne Neumann MP, has congratulated six local organisations on successful applications to the Stronger Communities Programme. Mr Neumann said all the organisations nominated by the independent Blair committee had tremendous merit and he was pleased to see them progress through the process.

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LABOR WILL DELIVER $29.4M EXTRA FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN BLAIR

November 05, 2018

Member for Blair, Shayne Neumann MP, has announced that local public schools will be $29.4 million better off under a Shorten Labor Government.

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GOVERNMENT IN CHAOS NEGLECTS PRESCHOOLS PARTNERSHIP

October 29, 2018

Member for Blair, Shayne Neumann MP, has warned that the early childhood education of around 5000 three and four year olds in Ipswich, the Somerset Region and the Karana Downs region remains in limbo.

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