On November 3 and 4 we are holding an Assembly in Kiama that includes a series of Sessions on some of the very important topics facing NSW leading up to the State election in March 2023. This Assembly will be hosted by Katelin McInerney, Labor Candidate for Kiama – Your Strong Local Voice.
The election will shape the State’s future and we have a number of Shadow Cabinet Ministers and specialists coming to be on Panels to discuss some of these most important topics facing us as a State and more locally, in the Kiama electorate. These include: Health, Education, Housing, Planning, Environment, Recovery from Covid 19 setbacks in our area
These issues will all be discussed in the panel sessions. Guest Panellists, including leaders of the Labor Party, specialists and local community members in these areas will be participating.
Community members are welcome to attend sessions. These will be publicised in Social Media and email but you can request and be sent a program of events and enquire about attendance and participation by emailing [email protected]
There is limited seating so these are ticketed events and the tickets are no charge.
Sessions are :
5pm Start – 7.00pm
“Liveability A” – Regional Roads and Infrastructure including Transport and Roads and Energy and Climate Change
Jenny Aitchison, Shadow Minister for Transport and Roads and Energy and Climate Change and Jihad Dibb, Shadow Minister for Energy & Climate Change, Tim Crackanthorpe, Shadow Minister for Skills and TAFE, Shadow Minister for Tertiary Education
This session also includes the launch of the Assembly and Welcome to Country.
9.30 start – 11am
“Health including Mental Health”
Ryan Park, Shadow Minister for Health
Chris Minns, Leader of the Labor Party in NSW on Mental Health
12.30pm – 2.00pm
“Housing and Homelessness”
Rose Jackson, Shadow Minister for Housing and Homelessness (and Water)
Courtney Houssos, Shadow Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation
Penny Sharpe, Leader of the Opposition in the Upper House and Shadow Minister for the Environment
2.30pm – 4.00pm
Liveability B – includes Climate Change and other local and regional issues
Penny Sharpe, Shadow Minister for the Environment and Leader of the Opposition in the Upper House