Home > Nash, Minister for Local Government and Territories > Media Releases > 2017 > February Listen A- A+ Media Releases February 2017 17FEB2017New patrol tower stands tall over Hervey BayBeachgoers at Hervey Bay will be more visible, and safer, as the Surf Life Saving Club begins using a new patrol tower, officially opened today. 17FEB2017Revamped Seiffert Oval to welcome home the RaidersMore than 6,000 spectators are expected to flock to Queanbeyan's newly upgraded Seiffert Oval on Saturday for the highly anticipated return of the Canberra Raiders. 15FEB2017Time running out to apply for Building Better Regions Fund Minister for Regional Development Fiona Nash has reminded local councils and community groups that applications for Infrastructure Projects under the Building Better Regions Fund close in two weeks' time. 12FEB2017$1 Million for Rosedale Revitalisation to Attract Visitors, Boost EconomyA plan to revitalise the Rosedale township and boost the local economy will receive $1 million in Australian Government funding. 12FEB2017$6.6 Million for Latrobe City Infrastructure Projects to Improve Health, Social WellbeingUpgrades to a recreation reserve and an iconic walking track connecting Morwell and Traralgon will be funded by the Australian Government through its Hazelwood Investment Package. 10FEB2017Celebrating the power of youth promoting change in regional AustraliaThe power of young people to promote rural, regional and remote Australia and improve their communities was celebrated last night in Canberra. 10FEB2017Sod turned for Jindelara CottageThe first sod was turned today on the Jindelara Cottage, which will provide disability respite care for local children and young adults once built. 04FEB2017Temora Medical Precinct opens to communityConstruction of the $1.57 million Temora Medical Precinct is now complete with the addition of a new medical imaging facility and three residential units.