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Nine new fire trucks to assist Cudgegong District volunteers in their efforts | Mudgee Guardian

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The Cudgegong District is celebrating the official handover of nine new fire trucks to the NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS). The new vehicles will assist volunteers in providing a greater level of fire protection to the local community. NSW RFS Commissioner Rob Rogers joined Member for the Dubbo electorate Dugald Saunders, Mid-Western Regional Council mayor Des Kennedy and other guests at the Cudgegong Fire Control Centre to officially hand over the keys of the new tankers. Mr Saunders said the new tankers, worth a total of $1.133 million, will enable Cooyal, Lawson, Mudgee HQ, Gulgong, Windeyer and Cooks Gap brigades to strengthen their firefighting efforts across their communities. “While the previous tankers have…



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