Page boundaries extended to include whole Clarence
KEVIN Hogan will be the federal MP for all residents of the Clarence Valley from next month after the approval of proposed electoral boundary changes.
Mr Hogan's electorate of Page will now stretch from the Queensland border to Sapphire Beach in the south.
Towns and villages such as Maclean, Gulmarrad, Cowper, Glenreagh, Red Rock and Woolgoolga, that had previously been part of the Cowper electorate, will shift to Page once the change becomes official on February 25. Cowper will now cover the area from Coffs Harbour to Port Macquarie.
The boundary changes to Page recommended by the Redistribution Committee for New South Wales last October were approved without change by the Electoral Commission for NSW.