Statement from Katrina Hodgkinson

After eighteen-and-a-half years representing the electorates of both Burrinjuck and Cootamundra, Katrina Hodgkinson has made the very difficult decision to retire from State Parliament. Katrina said that it has been an absolute privilege to have served constituents from right across Southern NSW in the NSW Legislative Assembly, after several electoral boundary redistributions; from the Wingecarribee, […]

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SCHOOL OF THOUGHT: KATRINA HOSTS LIVELY DISCUSSION WITH GUNDAGAI CHILDREN

Media Release – 29 July, 2017 A group of Gundagai schoolkids were given a rare glimpse into the inner workings of government when Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson dropped by for a chat this week. On Tuesday, Katrina hosted a lively and interactive discussion on local government with the Year 5/6 class from St Patrick’s […]

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SUPPORT FOR NEW SEWAGE PLANT IN GUNDAGAI

Media Release – 28 July 2017 Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson today announced funding of up to $10 million from the NSW Government to go towards replacing the sewage treatment plant in Gundagai. Katrina said the existing sewage plant is nearly 100 years old, and the upgrade will be welcomed by the local community. “I […]

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EXCITING NEW MAJOR PROJECTS UNVEILED FOR GUNDAGAI AND COOTAMUNDRA

Media Release – 26 July, 2017 A massive adventure playground and a water park are among a host of exciting new projects to be given the green light for Gundagai and Cootamundra as part of a NSW Government funding windfall, Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson has announced. Following exhaustive community consultation, close to $9 million […]

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CRIME, DRUGS, HEALTH AND INFRASTRUCTURE: SURVEY RESULTS ROLL IN

Media Release – 23 July, 2017 Crime, drugs, health services and infrastructure have emerged as key issues from a community survey distributed by Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson. In a bid to feel the pulse of the electorate, Katrina attached the “30-second survey” to her June quarterly newsletter and also invited constituents to collect surveys […]

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RED TAPE SLASHED FOR POPULAR GRANTS SCHEME

Media Release – 21 July, 2017 Golden grant opportunities continue to flow for community organisations in the Cootamundra electorate, with news the NSW Government’s popular Infrastructure Grants have been streamlined. It comes as excitement builds around the recently announced Stronger Country Communities Fund, which has promised millions of dollars for “big ticket” projects across the […]

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DIAL M FOR MARVELLOUS: MURRINGO FINALLY GETS CONNECTED

Media Release – 24 July, 2017 Today (Monday, 24 July) will “ring in” a new era for Murringo when one of the region’s most frustrating mobile phone dead zones finally gets connected, Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson has announced. The new mobile phone tower – co-located at the existing NBN tower and operated by Telstra […]

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JOIN THE FIGHT TO PREVENT DROWNING TRAGEDIES: KATRINA HODGKINSON

Media Release – 20 July, 2017 Applications are now open for organisations in the Cootamundra electorate to improve water safety in the community and help prevent drownings. Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson said last summer, 41 people tragically drowned at a range of locations across the state. “Whether in the surf at the beach, kayaking […]

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STUDENTS’ CHANCE TO TRACE THE FOOTSTEPS OF HEROES: KATRINA HODGKINSON

Media Release – 20 July, 2017 Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson is urging local high school students to apply for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to retrace the footsteps of the Anzacs. Six young people from across NSW will have the chance to travel to historic battlefields in Greece and Israel as part of the 2017 Premier’s […]

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KATRINA CALLS FOR CULTURAL FUND APPLICATIONS

Media Release – 19 July, 2017 Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson has called on local artists, performers and organisations to put their project wish lists “centre stage” and apply for a share of $100 million in funding. The $100 million Regional Cultural Fund is part of the Deputy Premier’s new $1.3 billion Regional Growth Fund […]

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