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Adjournment Notes Budget Edition

  Welcome back to Adjournment Notes Budget Edition.Parliament returns this week for the NSW Budget.This is the first budget for the new treasurer Matt Kean and will outline the vision the Perrottet government has for the people of NSW as we move into the countdown to the March 2023 NSW election.Highlights of the budget include universal pre-Kindergarten learning to give our children a better start in their lives. The Liberal Nationals will continue to invest in infrastructure to strengthen our economy, transport, health and education systems.To watch the budget speech by the Treasurer Hon Matt Kean, click here.Shayne Continue reading

$60 MILLION TO KICKSTART CBD TO PARRAMATTA ACTIVE PATHWAY

As Chair of the Parliamentary Friends of Active Transport, I am pleased to see the recent announcement by Minister Rob Stokes of a 91km continuous walking and cycling path between Sydney Opera House and Parramatta Park. Continue reading

Transforming Early Education

Today the NSW Liberal National Government announced one of the most far-reaching and generation-changing visions to get our youngsters better prepared for life's challenges! I'm proud to be part of the Perrottet team that cares about our kids' futures.

ADJOURNMENT NOTES - JUNE EDITION

  Welcome back to Adjournment Notes.Parliament resumes next week for the Budget Sitting session. The State budget will be delivered on Tuesday 21 June by our new Treasurer, Hon Matt Kean MP. Whilst the economy and community are bouncing back strongly after three years of Covid restrictions, the budget will still have to deal with some tough challenges, including state debt, spiralling construction costs and a labour shortage.For many of us, the Federal election result was disappointing, especially after the huge efforts so many put in to assist our local campaigns as I did in Macquarie. Even more disappointing was to see good community-based Liberals falling to the election outcome. That observed it is a remarkable event to watch and participate in as power changes hands peacefully and efficiently in our country. Something we should never take for granted. We, as always, respect the voice of the people.I hope you enjoy this newsletter.Shayne Continue reading