New England mayors support petition calling NSW Parliament to debate Hunter New England Health split

Laurie Bullock
By Laurie Bullock
Updated July 27 2022 - 5:42am, first published 5:37am
Armidale mayor Sam Coupland, Inverell deputy mayor Kate Dight, New England Visions 2030 Convenor Maria Hitchcock, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall, Uralla mayor Robert Bell, Glen Innes mayor Rob Banham, NSW Nurses & Midwives Association Armidale Branch president Michelle Chappell and secretary Warren Isaac.

A petition aimed at getting the NSW Parliament to debate splitting the Hunter New England Health district into two seperate regions has received the backing of New England's community leaders.


Laurie Bullock

Laurie Bullock

Group editor, Northern Tablelands & North West

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