Independent candidate Kate Hook outlines Regenerate Calare plan

Riley Krause
Updated May 17 2022 - 2:55pm, first published May 16 2022 - 4:32pm
CHANGE: Kate Hook outlined her plan to 'future-proof' regional economy through clean manufacturing during a press conference in Orange on Monday. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN.
CHANGE: Kate Hook outlined her plan to 'future-proof' regional economy through clean manufacturing during a press conference in Orange on Monday. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN.

Clean manufacturing and affordable housing were some of the talking points outside the old Electrolux factory Monday afternoon, when a candidate in the upcoming federal election launched a project to "future-proof" the regional economy.

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Riley Krause

Riley Krause

Senior Journalist

I am a senior journalist for the Central Western Daily. A jack of all trades, I cover everything from sport, to human interest stories and crime. Drop me an email at riley.krause@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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