On Thursday 23 June 2022, New South Wales Labor Leader Chris Minns delivered the 2022-23 Budget Reply speech. In his speech, Minns made announcements on government procurement, wages, childhood education, and industry development, with more to come in the lead up to the 25 March 2023 NSW State Election. Minns welcomed the Perrottet Government’s initiative… Continue reading NSW Labor Budget Reply 2022-23
2022 Parliamentary Sitting Calendar. Includes downloadable iCal and PDF calendars for state, territory and Commonwealth parliaments.
On Sunday 2 January, Labor Leader Anthony Albanese announced that a Labor Government will begin building High-Speed Rail (HSR) between Sydney and Newcastle. Labor will allocate $500 million in its first budget to begin corridor acquisition, planning and early works, and will make this section of the eventual Sydney to Brisbane HSR line a priority… Continue reading Federal Labor: High-Speed Rail Between Sydney and the Hunter
On 11 June 2021, the newly elected Leader of the New South Wales Labor Party, Chris Minns, announced his Shadow Ministry. Minns was elected unanimously as leader last Friday by the Labor caucus. He was first elected as the Member for Kogarah in Sydney’s St George District at the 2015 State Election and has served… Continue reading NSW Labor Shadow Ministry Update