Wagga unveils new yacht club, in bid to host Sydney to Hobart

"At only 350km from the coast, it's the obvious place for an international-standard yacht club"

Wagga unveils new yacht club, in bid to host Sydney to Hobart

A 2017 grant from the NSW government will allow the inland town of Wagga to build a multi-million-dollar yacht club that the town says will prepare it to host international sailing events such as the America’s Cup and the Sydney to Hobart. The facility will be built next to the recently completed Olympic-standard clay target shooting club.

The plans were revealed today during today’s ICAC hearings, which heard from witnesses including Gladys Berejiklian, Daryl Maguire, Daryl Maguire’s tractor and Stuart Ayres.

Mr Ayres said Wagga was the obvious place to build an ocean-sports facility, as it was only 350km from the coast. “Just as people naturally associate Wagga with the Olympics, they associate it with international-grade yacht races. I can’t think of a better way to use New South Wales taxpayer money than to dig a $32 billion causeway that links Wagga directly to water. We’re bringing the sea to Wagga”.

Ayres said there were other plans also in the works. “Daz told me to put aside $64 million for the Maguire Memorial Oyster Farm. Great for tourism”.

Organisers of the Sydney to Hobart are yet to confirm interest in the revamped ‘Wagga to Hobart’ event.

With Adam Reakes

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Wilcannia residents wondering which NSW cabinet member they need to fuck to get funding for their community

"That's the official application process isn't it?"

Wilcannia residents wondering which NSW cabinet member they need to fuck to get funding for their community

Following allegations that former premier Gladys Berejiklian set aside millions of dollars for a project in her secret partner’s electorate while she was Treasurer, many in Wilcannia are wondering which cabinet members they have to screw in order to get adequate funding for their community. 

“That’s the official application process isn’t it? I mean, I don’t usually go for chinless, white toffs, but I’m willing to take one for the team if it means we can finally get funding for vital projects,” said Wilcannia resident Annie James. “Except I won’t go near Paul Toole, you have to draw a line somewhere.”

Although some are concerned that a secret affair with a member of Parliament could lead to another ICAC investigation, locals have been quick to point out that government inquiries in remote and Indigenous communities never lead to any concrete action.  

“The idea that sleeping with a cabinet member would secure funding is laughable. All budget decisions are made based on firm economic reasoning. It’s just that housing and water treatment isn’t as essential as a gun club,” treasurer Matthew Kean said, adding “particularly if that gun club is going to be used by white, National party voters.”

While no one at the Premier’s office would comment on rumours of an affair to secure funding, many sources within the government say they do intend to fuck remote communities. 

By Callum Wratten

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