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A great start to the day by attending the Thank you morning tea at Riding for the Disabled, Tall Timbers Centre at the Gables.
Kerry, Nicole and the team of volunteers go above and beyond, providing horse related programs enriching the lives of people with disabilities. The impact to participants benefits their self-esteem and enhances their abilities and is so vital in impacting their lives, their families and benefiting the wider community.
Like every other nations history, Australian history is both good and bad, and can be complex in its interpretation.
Every year the elitist ‘pile on’ on Australia and its culture gets louder and more demanding. As if hating on your country is a virtue. As if moving Australia Day from 26 January will address the ‘concerns’.
The past few years have been tough with the COVID 19 pandemic, severe floods and storm damage to our region. Our communities have been hit hard by six floods in three years and sadly rural and regional NSW is still impacted by devasting floods. I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone working, volunteer support, or carers for those in need during these times of trial.
Reports today that ascribe certain views regarding former Prime Minister, Scott Morrison are not representative of views I hold about him. Having known Scott Morrison for many years in many different capacities I have only the highest regard for his character, ability, and service as Prime Minister. Indeed, we have been friends for many years and my long-term, consistent, and positive views about Scott Morrison are well known and my views on the great success of the Government, under his leadership are forever on the public record for all to see.
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month we Remember all those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the great war.
At the Castle Hill RSL Sub Branch Remembrance Day Service we also heard a special tribute to Veteran Dennis Davis, a Rat of Tobruk, who sadly passed aged 102 in August 2022.
Lest We Forget.