Luke Foley launched NSW Labor’s election campaign yesterday in Campbelltown.
Unveiling Labor’s election slogan of “a new approach”, Mr Foley laid out Labor’s agenda should it win office at the general election on 28 March.
Mr Foley reiterated Labor’s opposition to the Liberals & Nationals’ plan to lease 49 per cent of the NSW electricity network to fund an ambitious $20 billion infrastructure programme. Instead, Labor has previously released a … Read more »
Luke Foley has announced Labor’s frontbench line-up ahead of the NSW election.
Few changes have been made to Labor’s Shadow Ministry, as the Party readies itself for the 28 March poll.
In announcing the changes, Mr Foley indicated that former Opposition Leader, John Robertson, and Barbara Perry did not wish to be considered for roles in the new-look Shadow Cabinet. And in an unusual move, the former Labor Member for … Read more »
The Hon Luke Foley MLC has been elected unanimously as NSW Labor Leader.
His election at a special meeting of caucus follows the resignation of John Robertson MP as Opposition Leader on 23 December 2014. Linda Burney MP – who has been Acting Opposition Leader over the Christmas period – remains Deputy Leader.
Mr Foley will stay in the Legislative Council until the general election, due to take place on … Read more »
Daniel Andrews has been officially sworn in as the 48th Victorian Premier following Labor’s election on Saturday.
Premier Andrews revealed his Government’s ministerial team yesterday and the portfolio allocation this morning at the swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Melbourne.
The new Ministry comprises:
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The NSW Government has announced major reforms to its approval processes for planning decisions, with changes set to streamline the process to favour efficiency and certainty.
The Government has set an ambitious target for the Planning and Assessment Commission (PAC) to speed up the decision making process on significant projects, like mines or manufacturing plants, by up to 170 days.
The Minister for Planning, Pru Goward, announced the target as … Read more »
Troy Grant has been elected unopposed as the new Leader of the NSW Nationals.
He will become the 17th Deputy Premier of New South Wales, replacing Andrew Stoner who yesterday announced that he was stepping down as Leader and would not contest the next election.
The Minister for Education, Adrian Piccoli, remains Deputy Leader.
A decorated former police inspector, Mr Grant was elected as the Member for Dubbo at the … Read more »
Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner has just announced that he will not contest the next election.
Mr Stoner will step down as Leader of the Nationals but will continue to serve in Cabinet.
A ballot for the leadership will take place tomorrow.
Mr Stoner was first elected to the Legislative Assembly, representing the District of Oxley, in 1999 and was promoted to the opposition frontbench three years later.
He has since … Read more »
The Premier, The Hon Mike Baird MP, has announced the appointment of Blair Comley as the Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet. Mr Comley will take up the role on October 7.
Announcing the appointment, Premier Mike Baird said, “Blair Comley is an outstanding public servant who has a track record of leading and delivering major policy reforms in areas including taxation, energy and climate change.”
Mr Comley … Read more »
Treasurer Andrew Constance has delivered the Liberals & Nationals Government’s third Budget.
The Budget’s preparation was not without issues. As crucial decisions were being taken to finalise the Budget, Mike Baird was elected to the premiership. However, the transition appears to have been seamless, with the new Premier and Treasurer having worked closely on the document as the responsible economic ministers over the past few months.
With an election less … Read more »
NSW Premier Mike Baird’s proposal to seek a mandate for the 99-year lease of 49 percent of NSW’s electricity distribution assets – or its ‘poles and wires’ – at the state election in March 2015 has been endorsed by Cabinet and the Liberal and National party rooms.
Premier Mike Baird and Treasurer Andrew Constance have announced that the proceeds of sale, estimated at $20 billion, wil lbe used for the … Read more »
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