A skilled workforce and water for the region's farmers will be on the table firstly when Parkes MP Mark Coulton gets back to parliament

Elizabeth Frias
By Elizabeth Frias
Updated May 27 2022 - 7:12am, first published 2:00am
THE COULTONS SAY THANKS: Mark Coulton and his wife Robyn at Dubbo this week to thank the overwhelming support they got at the May 21 federal election. Picture: AMY MCINTYRE

When the new parliament resumes, which is likely delayed following a change in government, Parkes MP Mark Coulton's first priorities in his foray into opposition are to attract a skilled workforce into the region and water security for the region's farmers.


Elizabeth Frias

Elizabeth Frias


Elizabeth began her news reporting days at Western Sydney before joining the Daily Liberal's Dubbo NSW newsroom.

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