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Tuesday, 01 September 2015

PARK AGAIN CALLS FOR AN URGENT REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT SUMMIT

Shadow Minister for the Illawarra Ryan Park again is calling on the Government to discuss the economic employment challenges of the Illawarra with Wollongong Coal today announcing a further 80 job losses in the region.

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Friday, 28 August 2015

GOVERNMENT SPENDS $48,000 ON TAXIS TO MAKE UP FOR CANCELLED TRAINS

Taxpayers have foot the bill for tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of taxis in the last year to ferry passengers around because of late, cancelled or overcrowded trains.

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Wednesday, 26 August 2015

LIBERAL MP’s VOTE AGAINST DEBATING BLUESCOPE RESCUE PACKAGE

Shadow Minister for the Illawarra Ryan Park MP has described a decision by local Liberal MP’s to vote against a motion in Parliament to debate ways to support local steel workers as “bloody disgraceful”.

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Monday, 24 August 2015

Support Our Steel

NSW Liberal Government must commit to supporting steel as a matter of urgency.

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Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Future of Corrimal up for disscussion

How will the Corrimal of the future look? That is exactly what residents have been wondering for a long time and will now have the chance to have their say.

 

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Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Baird Government forgot Christmas!

WHOOPS: BAIRD GOVERNMENT LIGHT RAIL PLANNERS FORGET CHRISTMAS

The Baird Government has been forced to bring forward works on the CBD light rail after its project planners forgot Christmas was happening again this year.

In a win for George St businesses – who have been campaigning for months to have their serious concerns about construction chaos heard – the Government today caved to pressure and changed plans for investigative works.

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Friday, 01 May 2015

LIBERAL GOVERNMENT RUNNING THREE YEARS LATE: SYDNEY BUSES FAILING TO MEET ON-TIME BUS RUNNING TARGET

The Baird Liberal Government has failed to meet the on-time running target for Sydney Buses in each of the past three years, according to the independent Auditor-General’s report into the performance of Sydney’s public transport. 

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