The Liberal Government has sold over $10 billion of NSW's publicly owned assets and services in eight years. It has to stop. Jo is proudly defending the public assets and services we depend on, like schools, hospitals, ambulances and transport.

Public services

Labor Candidate for Summer Hill Jo Haylen said today that allowing trained pharmacists to administer flu vaccines was a visionary idea that would boost local vaccination rates and general community health in the inner west.

March 05, 2015

Public services

Labor Candidate for Summer Hill, Jo Haylen, has welcomed the announcement that a Foley Labor Government would abolish the chemotherapy co-payment for all cancer patients in NSW public hospitals.

March 02, 2015

Public services

Labor Candidate for Summer Hill Jo Haylen said today that Labor’s $100 million TAFE Rescue Plan would ensure more students at inner west TAFEs did not miss out on education and job opportunities because of the Liberal’s unfair fee increases.

February 23, 2015

Public services

Over the summer break the Baird Government secretly dropped its national benchmark of treating 90 per cent of NSW hospital emergency patients within four hours.

January 19, 2015

Public services

Labor candidate for Summer Hill Councillor Jo Haylen has welcomed news that a number of inner city women’s shelters will continue to operate, as the Liberals reverse a decision to strip funding – but says this funding must also be restored to other services facing closure in Summer Hill and across the state.

November 03, 2014

Public services

Outgoing Mayor Jo Haylen named record investment in local parks and the introduction of a number of highly successful community focused programs as key achievements in her time at the helm of Marrickville Council.

September 25, 2014

Public services

The NSW Opposition is today pushing for the Baird Liberal Government’s controversialGoing Home, Staying Home reforms to be debated in NSW Parliament – as the reforms put the future of 20 specialist homelessness services in inner Sydney at risk.

July 22, 2014