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BAIRD’S BACKFLIP ON CTP WELCOMED BUT CAN’T BE TRUSTED

BAIRD’S BACKFLIP ON CTP WELCOMED BUT CAN’T BE TRUSTED

NSW Labor has welcomed the Baird Government’s latest backflip in suspending CTP reforms which would have ripped away long standing rights and protections for the innocent victims of motor vehicle accidents.

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SWANSEA LAW & JUSTICE ADVOCATES RECOGNISED

SWANSEA LAW & JUSTICE ADVOCATES RECOGNISED

Two outstanding local advocates for law access and justice have been recognised during a prestigious ceremony at the Parliament of New South Wales during the Law and Justice Foundation’s 2016 Justice Awards. 

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LABOR CALLS FOR UPPER HOUSE INQUIRY INTO HOSPITAL PRIVATISATION

LABOR CALLS FOR UPPER HOUSE INQUIRY INTO HOSPITAL PRIVATISATION

Labor members of the Legislative Council moved to establish an upper house inquiry into the Baird Government’s plans to privatise the operation of five regional hospitals in New South Wales.

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COMMUNITY TO FIGHT HOSPITAL PRIVATISATION

COMMUNITY TO FIGHT HOSPITAL PRIVATISATION

Following the Baird Government’s announcement of plans to privatise the operation and services at Wyong Hospital, members of the community are coming together to fight to keep our Hospital Public.

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CARAVAN OWNERS STILL SLUGGED HIGH FEES TWO YEARS AFTER PROMISED CUT

CARAVAN OWNERS STILL SLUGGED HIGH FEES TWO YEARS AFTER PROMISED CUT

Families on the Central Coast hoping to take a caravanning holiday will still be faced with huge registration fees thanks to inaction by the Baird Government.

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LABOR OPPOSES BAIRD GOVERNMENT’S PLAN TO DEREGULATE DEBT COLLECTION IN NSW

LABOR OPPOSES BAIRD GOVERNMENT’S PLAN TO DEREGULATE DEBT COLLECTION IN NSW

The Baird Liberal Government again showed how out of touch it was with community standards with its amendments to the Fair Trading Act that would deregulate debt collection and repossessions in NSW.  

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GOVERNMENT ADMITS STRATA LAWS WOULD LEAVE OWNERS FINANCIALLY WORSE OFF

GOVERNMENT ADMITS STRATA LAWS WOULD LEAVE OWNERS FINANCIALLY WORSE OFF

The NSW Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation has admitted that the Baird Liberal Government was heading “back to drawing board” over the process for determining the amount of money apartment owners would receive if they were forced to sell their home under the Baird Government’s controversial strata laws. 

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SKILLS MINISTER REFUSES TO RULE OUT SALE OF BELMONT TAFE

SKILLS MINISTER REFUSES TO RULE OUT SALE OF BELMONT TAFE

NSW Minister for Skills John Barilaro has today refused to rule out the sale of Belmont TAFE Campus during Budget Estimates.

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CTP REFORMS WILL LEAVE CAR CRASH VICTIMS WORSE OFF WITH NO GUARANTEE OF REDUCED PREMIUMS

CTP REFORMS WILL LEAVE CAR CRASH VICTIMS WORSE OFF WITH NO GUARANTEE OF REDUCED PREMIUMS

Under scrutiny from Labor, the Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation could not guarantee that insurance premiums would come down or innocent victims of dangerous drivers would not be worse off under Baird Government’s radical restructure of green slips.

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AUDITOR GENERAL SLAMS BAIRD GOVERNMENT OVER INEFFECTIVE RED TAPE REDUCTION

AUDITOR GENERAL SLAMS BAIRD GOVERNMENT OVER INEFFECTIVE RED TAPE REDUCTION

The NSW Auditor General has slammed Liberal-National Government measures to reduce red tape as ineffective after they increased the regulatory burden by $16.1 million.

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