Latest Palmer News

Applications open for new women’s leadership scholarship
Tickets open for Agfest
NSW police charge two women after unauthorised protest
NSW police charge woman after unauthorised protest activity in Sydney CBD
New regulations to improve management of farmed deer
Further arrests made after unauthorised protests in Sydney CBD
Now University of Toronto grads, three Mastercard Foundation Scholars keen to give back to their communities
Most powerful third force
Significant milestone for Tasmania’s Commercial scallop season
Preferred Option Design for Greater South East Irrigation Scheme announced
Crowds to return for 2022 NAIDOC Week celebrations in Port Stephens
Koala funding marks 20 years of conservation in Port Stephens
New blueprint for Council’s communications and engagement
Ralph Babet elected to Senate in Victoria
Next step in providing greater protection for animals
Free sanitary pads and tampons in public hospitals
National Farmers Federation hosts next generation of women leaders in agriculture
Luring anglers in with $100,000 this season
Benefits to flow from water investment
Palmer needs to do homework before she makes important, damaging decision
First round of Agricultural Development Fund projects announced
Backing diversification in our seafood processing sector
Alarm at young adults and teenagers caught up in ‘sextortion’ scams
Working with industry to continue sustainable growth
Maintaining Tasmania’s high reputation for quality seafood
Palmer reveals shocking extent of waiting lists for Tasmanians living with disability
Interim Disability Commissioner to be appointed
Proposed changes to rock lobster industry could destroy small fishers and communities
Novel approach identifies highly specific anti-cancer compounds
Women’s Leadership Scholarship recipients announced
Port Stephens on road to being carbon neutral
Inspector-General of Defence to be established
New science projects to inform water management
Salvos Sleeping Bag Appeal back in 2022
Youngsters and oldsters connect through technology
Legal First as Queensland Land Court travels to Gimuy to hear First Nations Cultural evidence given On-Country
Port Stephens Council General Manager journeys into retirement
Dogs to have their day at Boat Harbour
Supporting fruit and vegetable growers with costs of netting
An independent voice in senate is vital for south australia
First Exposure initiative provides critical resources for maternal, reproductive and child health in Ontario
Received & Determined Development Applications 19 May
Delivering improvements to water management
Supporting women in our seafood industry
China to control health of Australians: Palmer
Strengthening skills in our fruitful agriculture industry
Council secures $497,000 grant funding for Raymond Terrace Urban Park trial
Water sales open for 11,000-megalitre Greater Meander Irrigation Scheme Augmentation