Everyone knows Barnaby is as Australian as they come. Under his leadership regional Australia is finally getting the attention it rightly deserves.
Unfortunately, due to a round of political games by Labor, Barnaby was taken to the High Court and ruled ineligible. Although it wasn’t the outcome we were hoping for, our army of killer canaries has quickly assembled rallying together to return our fearless leader as the Member for New England.Read more
In an Australian first, the NSW Parliament has passed legislation that acknowledges the value and importance of language to our country’s First Peoples in the form of the Aboriginal Languages Bill.
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell estimates that 35 Indigenous languages will be revived and protected under the bill, a major step forward in preserving the cultural heritage and identity of Aboriginal communities in NSW.Read more
There are good unions, and there are bad unions.
The Nationals and Liberals have worked together to create legislation banning secretive deals between businesses and unions that sell workers’ rights down the river and fund the actions of thugs and union extremists who fail to represent average, hardworking Aussies.Read more
Nationals MP’s across the state are working together with the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) to promote fire safety as we enter into an early bushfire season after one of the driest winters on record.
All residents are encouraged to update or create their Bushfire Survival Plan to ensure the safety of their families and the wider community.Read more
Energy affordability. An area where big policy and big ideology meet, making it a modern day political battlefield. While there are big questions that need long term answers, the NSW Government is taking practical steps to alleviate energy costs for households.
A $112 million Energy Affordability Package lessens the burden of electricity costs for everyday New South Welshman in three ways: expanding the rebates available to eligible households or those experiencing hardship, banning certain retailers fees and providing clarity around retailers fees in general and helping Australians transition their appliances to energy saving models.Read more
Reverse vending machine kiosks have been installed in Queanbeyan and Cooma as part of the state’s container deposit scheme rollout, Member for Monaro John Barilaro announced today.
The kiosks have been installed at the Woolworths Supermarkets in Queanbeyan and Cooma, representing a small portion of kiosks to be installed at or near Woolworths supermarkets across the state ahead of the start of the scheme on 1 December.Read more