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NEW SHELTER FOR PLAYGROUNDS ON THE MID NORTH COAST

Children on the state’s mid-north coast will be able to play in the shade after the state government announced extra funding today.

$550-thousand will go towards installing shelters for playgrounds in Tuncurry, Forster, Cundletown and Wingham.

Mother of four, Candice Brown, has been campaigning for sheltered playgrounds in the area for quite some time.

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About Lara Coffey

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Originally from the Central Coast, Lara joined the NBN News team as a journalist in 2018. She completed a Bachelor of Communications, majoring in Journalism at the University of Newcastle, before making the move north to join NBN News' Taree bureau. Got a story idea? lcoffey@nbntv.com.au

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