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Ministerial media releases

$220,000 to support bush fire disaster recovery

The NSW Government will give an additional $220,000 to BlazeAid and local government partners to enhance support for bushfire affected communities in northern NSW.

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New RFS Training Centre Opens In Dubbo

A state of the art training facility for rural firefighters was unveiled today to deliver expert qualifications for the men and women who put their lives on the line protecting regional communities.

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PCYC Nations of Origin kicks off

Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott has kicked off the 2019 Police and Community Youth Club (PCYC) Nations of Origin in Raymond Terrace, bringing together over 1000 young people to celebrate indigenous culture.

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Rotary Emergency Services Community Awards honour emergency services workeers

Twenty-four emergency services workers with more than 466 years of combined service make up the finalists for the 2019 Rotary Clubs and Districts of NSW Emergency Services Community Awards.

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Delivering for first responders

The 2019-20 NSW Budget will deliver total funding of $1.7 billion for emergency services agencies, including Fire and Rescue NSW, Rural Fire Service, State Emergency Service and the Office of Emergency Management, to ensure optimum response to disasters and accidents across the State.

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Honouring Young People in Emergency Services

Young volunteers from Bowral to Bulahdelah and all across the State were recognised at the 2019 Young People in Emergency Services Awards held at NSW Parliament House.

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New '737' Large Air Tanker to fight bush fires

NSW will be the only Australian state or territory with a permanent ‘737 Fireliner’ Large Air Tanker (LAT) to provide stronger bush fire protection to communities all year around with the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government signing a contract to purchase the new aircraft.

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NSW makes it easier for firefighters to receive support

The NSW Government is honouring its commitment to make it easier for firefighters who develop cancer to claim workers compensation and support.

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Bush fire assistance for Port Stephens and Cessnock communities

Disaster assistance has been made available for the Port Stephens and Cessnock communities who were affected by bushfires in November 2018.

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Further funding to future-proof NSW fire trails

Fire trails and access points are being strengthened to support firefighters on the frontline through more than $2 million in joint Commonwealth and New South Wales Government funding.

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