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Sunday, 15 June 2014

Privatisation will cost NSW


Selling off our electricity poles & wires won't just increase power bills for families in NSW - we'll also lose over $1 billion each year. That's money used to fund infrastructure, police, nurses and teachers.

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Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Jeff Shaw Memorial Speech

Read John Robertson's Jeff Shaw Memorial Speech here

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Thursday, 05 June 2014

Guaranteeing Free Hospital Visits in NSW

The Federal Government's GP tax will place a burden on those who need help the most. Join with Labor to guarantee free hospital visits in NSW.

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Thursday, 05 June 2014

Rebuilding St George Hospital

St George

Labor has a plan to invest $300 million to rebuild St George Hospital. Sign the petition if you're with us:

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Wednesday, 04 June 2014

Candidate Training Day


On Saturday, Labor candidates and volunteers from across NSW came together in our Sydney Organising Centre. See the photos here.


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Friday, 30 May 2014

Hospital Visits a State of Emergency

Daily Telegraph, Opinion, p. 79

If you are a parent with a sick child in the middle of the night, you shouldn’t have to think twice about whether you can afford to go to the emergency department.

Tony Abbott may have introduced a $7 GP tax — but NSW Labor is determined to never allow Premier Mike Baird to wheel the same cash registers into our public hospitals.

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Thursday, 29 May 2014

Preserving free access to hospital emergency care in NSW - John Robertson

"The change that NSW Labor seeks to enshrine in law today is fundamental. 

Free access to a hospital emergency room in NSW is non-negotiable."

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Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Labor’s Economic Agenda - Michael Daley

"From opposition as you consider prospective policies, the past of course, informs the present.  When we’re talking about economic management of the NSW State Labor Government over 16 years, it is important to remember what our record was, what our reputation was at the end of our Government."

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Monday, 10 March 2014

Community Preselection Voting Now Open


Voting is now open for residents of Campbelltown and Newtown to choose their next Labor candidates:

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Labor is opening up the way its candidates are chosen. Now, the whole community gets a say. 

Find out more about the process, and the candidates, by visiting the Your Say Website here.