Media Releases

Friday, 27 October 2017

STATEMENT ON SHELLHARBOUR HOSPITAL

The Berejiklian Government’s latest backflip on the Shellharbour Public Hospital is a victory for people-power over privatisation.

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Thursday, 26 October 2017

POWER PRICE PAIN WILL ONLY GET WORSE

NSW households will continue to be hit with increased electricity bills thanks to the actions of the State Government.

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Wednesday, 25 October 2017

LABOR ANNOUNCES SIGNIFICANT RENTAL REFORMS

Renters will be protected from unfair eviction under a Foley Labor Government, after the Opposition announced the next stage of NSW Labor’s Housing Affordability policy.

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Monday, 09 October 2017

AT LONG LAST – WORK COMMENCES ON BULLI HOSPITAL

Member for Keira, Ryan Park has today taken to the floor of the New South Wales Parliament’s Legislative Assembly to thank the Northern Illawarra community for their ongoing agitation for upgrades to Bulli Hospital.

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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

SYDNEY PROPERTY PRICES SOAR UNDER BEREJIKLIAN GOVERNMENT

Premier Berekjiklian is failing to fulfil her pledge to solve housing affordability in Sydney as new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics yet again confirms the price of an existing Sydney home exceeds the million-dollar mark.

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Monday, 18 September 2017

BEREJIKLIAN BUDGET BLOW-OUT IN PROBLEM PORTFOLIOS

 

 The Berejiklian Government will blow its department budgets by millions of dollars, as they splash cash on hiring consultants for their problem portfolios ahead of the 2019 election.

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Friday, 15 September 2017

PART-TIME WORKERS WANT TO DO MORE BUT CAN’T – LIFE UNDER THE LIBS

The number of underemployed people in NSW remains at unacceptably high levels under the Berejiklian Government, according to the latest statistics.

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Saturday, 09 September 2017

PREMIER BEREJIKLIAN SIGNS OFF ON FAT CAT SALARY INCREASES

Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park has slammed the NSW Government’s decision to sign-off on massive increases for public service senior executives’ salaries while wage growth continues to stagnate at 2.1 percent. Other public sector employees including nurses, teachers and police officers remain capped at a 2.5 percent increase per annum on comparably modest wages.

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Wednesday, 06 September 2017

MINISTER REFUSES TO RULE OUT PRICE HIKES OVER FESL BUNGLE

After months of claiming the bungled Fire and Emergency Services Levy is ‘deferred’, NSW Treasurer Perrottet pulled out his best Tony Abbott quote during Budget Estimates to confirm the costly scheme was “dead, buried and cremated.”

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Wednesday, 06 September 2017

NOT JUST MAKING NOISE WHEN IT COMES TO MOUNT OUSLEY

The M1 Princes Highway Motorway Mount Ousley Interchange is now currently being investigated with planning undertaken for noise, biodiversity surveys and geotechnical studies.

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