Member for Keira Ryan Park is calling on the NSW Government to increase funding for deer management in the Illawarra.
Labor is demanding the Government bolster the number of NSW Police and Australian Defence personnel assisting with the hotel quarantine program, after a second private security guard contracted COVID-19.Read more
Labor is urging Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Health Minister Brad Hazzard to ensure that all security guards working in hotel quarantine be given full-time employment so they have secure work and do not feel compelled to have to work at other sites across Sydney.Read more
Labor is calling for expanded COVID-19 testing and for NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard to address concerns about a hotel quarantine security guard who caught COVID-19 from an international traveller.Read more
Labor is urging the NSW Government to require mandatory hotel quarantine for all those arriving by plane from Victoria for the duration of the six week lockdown recently announced by the Victorian Government.Read more
The new Bulli Hospital will open to patients from Tuesday August 11, which will see the culmination of a nearly decade long campaign from the community to upgrade this important local health facility.Read more
The Labor Opposition is today calling for local commuters to wear face masks when they are travelling on public transport.Read more
Shadow Minister for Health and Member for Keira has today demanded the NSW Government come clean and inform the community when the new Bulli Hospital will be up and running given that it is close to 12 months late and the Minister still can’t answer when the community will be able to use the new facility.Read more
There can be no better way to understand the challenges faced by homeless people than to experience it firsthand. Shadow Minister for Homelessness is doing exactly that as he takes part in the Vinnies CEO Sleepout. He hopes to help raise valuable awareness and funds for Vinnies homelessness services.Read more
Shadow Minister for the Illawarra and South Coast is urging Sydney siders to spend the long weekend exploring the region as restrictions are lifted and cafes, restaurants and other local attractions beginning to reopen.