Ryan Park

Ryan Park is the State Member for Keira in NSW Parliament.

Latest News

  • EDUCATION MINISTER’S ANNOUNCEMENT A DROP IN THE OCEAN
  • LABOR’S STEEL BILL STILL THE BEST OPTION
  • THE EASTER BUNNY ISN’T THE ONLY THING COMING TO THE ILLAWARRA THIS EASTER – DOUBLE DEMERITS ARE TOO!
  • VACCINES VITAL: A LOCAL STORY OF WHY LABOR’S LAW MATTERS
  • ABS DATA CONFIRMS HOUSING AFFORDABILITY CRISIS WORSENS IN SYDNEY
  • MEDIA STATEMENT – CORRIMAL ANZAC DAY MARCH
Thursday, 04 May 2017

EDUCATION MINISTER’S ANNOUNCEMENT A DROP IN THE OCEAN

Shadow Minister for the Illawarra, Ryan Park, has labelled Education Minister Rob Stokes’ recent announcement to increase school maintenance funding a welcome, but insignificant “drop in the ocean”.

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Monday, 10 April 2017

LABOR’S STEEL BILL STILL THE BEST OPTION

Illawarra State Labor MPs have cautiously welcomed the State Government’s steel procurement changes announced today but maintain that their Securing NSW Steel Industry Bill 2017 was still the best option for sustainable steel industry jobs in the Illawarra.

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Wednesday, 12 April 2017

THE EASTER BUNNY ISN’T THE ONLY THING COMING TO THE ILLAWARRA THIS EASTER – DOUBLE DEMERITS ARE TOO!

Member for Keira Ryan Park is issuing a reminder to all motorists that Double Demerit points start tomorrow.

 

The Shadow Minister for the Illawarra is calling on all motorists to be safe and vigilant on the region’s roads.

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Wednesday, 05 April 2017

VACCINES VITAL: A LOCAL STORY OF WHY LABOR’S LAW MATTERS

Shadow Minister for the Illawarra, Ryan Park, has come out in support of NSW Labor’s strong legislation against anti-vaccination introduced to the Parliament this week.

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Wednesday, 22 March 2017

ABS DATA CONFIRMS HOUSING AFFORDABILITY CRISIS WORSENS IN SYDNEY

 

Latest ABS data shows that the median Sydney established house price has risen to $970,000 – the highest in Australia and the highest on record, confirming housing affordability under the Berejiklian Government continues to worsen.

 

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Thursday, 23 March 2017

MEDIA STATEMENT – CORRIMAL ANZAC DAY MARCH

Last I week requested an urgent meeting with RMS, Police and Council in a bid to ensure the Anzac Day march in Corrimal and Woonona can go ahead after it was revealed the cost to comply with additional traffic management plans would be prohibitive.

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