New Isolation Rules For Seniors Means Government Needs To Step Up And Reach Out

State government agencies like Service NSW should be conducting regular welfare checks on the elderly following tougher restrictions, advising people over 70 to stay home, according to NSW Labor.

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Vulnerable people must not be left behind

NSW Labor is calling for the NSW Government to urgently provide state stimulus to community organisations and charities so they can provide food, shelter and other support to the thousands of people flooding their services needing help.

 

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Berejiklian Government Should Lead By Example And Protect Casuals And Contractors

Jo Haylen MP, State Member for Summer Hill joined NSW Labor today in outlining a straightforward plan to protect casual employees and contractors using the State Government’s buying and employing power.

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Government Falls Short In Protecting Seniors From COVID-19

Despite seniors being the most at risk group of being adversely affected by COVID-19, the NSW Government is failing to provide clear consistent advice specifically for seniors.

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Community helps decide on $300,000 in community groups

Jo Haylen MP, Member for Summer Hill, today congratulated the eighteen local community groups that share in $300,000 funding in this year’s Community Building Partnership grants.

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Australia Day and Bettina Arndt

Awarding an Order of Australia to so-called "men's rights" activist Bettina Arndt in recognition of her "significant service to the community as a social commentator, and to gender equity through advocacy for men" should be seen for what it is: a slap in the face for the countless victims of sexual assault and family violence in our community.

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Cheree Toka and First Nations Heritage

Cheree Toka is a proud Kamilaroi woman and activist who has campaigned for years to have the Aboriginal flag flown permanently on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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Inner west out of school hours care

The Department of Education's tender processes unfairly privilege private operators over community and council‑run services. We cannot let private interests creep into our playgrounds.

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Reverend Bill Crews

The War on Compassion highlights Reverend Bill Crew's generosity of spirit, and years of campaigning for greater support for those experiencing homelessness and addiction.

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Richard Murden Netball Courts

A notice of motion condemning the decision by the Government to rip up Richard Murden Netball Courts, Haberfield. 

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