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  • Malcolm Turnbull, Prime Minister of Australia

    Malcolm Turnbull was sworn in as the 29th Prime Minister of Australia on 15 September 2015. Malcolm was a Cabinet Minister in the Howard and Abbott Governments. He served as Minister for the Environment and Water Resources in the Howard

    7:09 AM - 10 May 2016
  • Scott Morrison, Treasurer

    The Hon. Scott Morrison MP is the Treasurer and a senior member of Prime Minister Turnbull’s Cabinet and Expenditure Review Committee. Previously he was appointed Minister for Social Services on December 23, 2014 and was responsible for driving the Coalition

    7:06 AM - 9 May 2016
  • Marise Payne, Minister for Defence

    After growing up in Sydney and the NSW Southern Highlands, Marise Payne went on to complete her education at MLC School, Burwood and her Bachelor of Arts and Laws at the University of NSW. A member of the Liberal Party

    7:03 AM - 8 May 2016
  • Arthur Sinodinos, Cabinet Secretary

    Arthur Sinodinos was sworn in as Cabinet Secretary in the Turnbull Government on 21 September 2015. In his role as Cabinet Secretary, Senator Sinodinos is a Cabinet-level minister who assists the Prime Minister in ensuring the proper process and functioning

    7:05 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Sussan Ley, Minister for Aged Care, Minister for Health, Minister for Sport

    Born in Nigeria to British parents, Sussan Ley spent her early childhood in the United Arab Emirates, before migrating to Australia at the age of 13 with her parents and older brother. Schooled in the U.K., QLD and ACT, later

    7:02 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Paul Fletcher, Minister for Major Projects Territories and Local Government

    Paul Fletcher MP is the Minister for Major Projects, Territories, and Local Government in the Australian Government. He entered Parliament in December 2009 as the Member for Bradfield; was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications in September 2013;

    7:00 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, Minister for International Development and the Pacific

    Concetta Fierravanti-Wells was sworn in as Minister for International Development and the Pacific on 18 February 2016. Concetta is a former Assistant Minister for Multicultural Affairs with responsibilities in the Attorney General Department, Department of Border Protection and Department of

    6:57 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Alex Hawke, Assistant Minister to the Treasurer

    Alex is the Federal Member for Mitchell, a community centred on the vibrant Hills District in North West Sydney, home to the Norwest Business Park. He has served in this role since 2007. Alex holds a Masters of Government and

    6:56 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Peter Hendy, Assistant Cabinet Secretary, Assistant Minister for Finance

    Dr Peter Hendy was elected in 2013 as the Federal Member representing Eden-Monaro in Parliament. Peter is a professional economist that started his career as a cadet with the Federal Treasury, achieving a first-class honours degree. Since then he has

    6:54 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Angus Taylor, Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation

    Angus was born in Cooma in 1966 and grew up in a family of four boys on a sheep and cattle property at Nimmitabel in southern New South Wales. At Sydney University, where he was Senior Student at St Andrew’s

    6:52 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Craig Laundy, Assistant Minister for Multicultural Affairs

    Born in 1971, Craig is the 4th generation of his family to have lived in Strathfield. As a boy, Craig attended local schools before going to the University of NSW where he graduated with a Bachelor of Economics degree. Craig

    6:50 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Tony Abbott, Member for Warringah

    Tony Abbott is the Member for Warringah. He served as the 28th Prime Minister of Australia from 2013 to 2015 and Leader of the Liberal Party from 2009 to 2015. Mr Abbott was first elected as Member for Warringah in

    6:48 AM - 7 May 2016
  • John Alexander, Member for Bennelong

    John Alexander, known as “JA” across the nation, was elected to Parliament in 2010 as a firm believer in opportunity and individual endeavour. Combined with a strong discipline these values laid the foundations for his success as a touring professional

    6:47 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Michael Beckwith, Candidate for Parramatta

    Michael Beckwith is the Liberal Candidate for Parramatta at the 2016 Federal Election. He and his wife Vicki have raised their three adult children in Parramatta and Michael has lived in the community for over 35 years. Michael has worked

    6:42 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Jenny Barrie, Candidate for Shortland

    Jenny Barrie is the Liberal Candidate for Shortland at the 2016 Federal Election. Jenny has always believed in giving back to our community. That’s why she has worked with local community organisations and business groups from Lake Macquarie to Newcastle

    6:41 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Michelle Blicavs, Candidate for Cunningham

    Michelle Blicavs is the Liberal Candidate for Cunningham at the 2016 Federal Election. With 27 years of experience in small business and the not-for-profit sector, Michelle knows firsthand the challenges and opportunities in Cunningham. Raising her family in Wollongong with

    6:41 AM - 7 May 2016
  • David Compton, Candidate for Newcastle

    David Compton is the Liberal Candidate for Newcastle at the 2016 Federal Election. As a business owner, David knows that investment in business means more growth and more jobs for local businesses and families. Raising his own family here in

    6:41 AM - 7 May 2016
  • David Coleman, Member for Banks

    David was elected to the House of Representatives as the Federal Member for Banks in September 2013. David is married to Dotte and they have two young children, Caroline (7) and Joseph (4). Prior to entering politics, David forged a

    6:39 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Jason Falinski, Candidate for Mackellar

    Jason Falinski is the Liberal Candidate for Mackellar at the 2016 Federal Election. Jason’s family has lived in the electorate for more than 70 years, and he and his wife Nichola are raising their seven year old daughter in Collaroy.

    6:38 AM - 7 May 2016
  • David Van Gogh, Candidate for Grayndler

    David van Gogh is the Liberal Candidate for Grayndler at the 2016 Federal Election. Living locally in Annandale, he has first hand experience of the issues facing our community, like congestion on local roads. David is a former Army Reservist

    6:38 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Karen Howard, Candidate for Paterson

    Karen Howard is the Liberal Candidate for Paterson in the 2016 Federal Election. Growing up in Rutherford and East Maitland, Karen completed school at Maitland Girls’ High School and got her first job working for a local Maitland small business.

    6:37 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Michael Feneley, Candidate for Kingsford Smith

    Michael Feneley is the Liberal candidate for Kingsford Smith at the 2016 Federal Election. As the Director of the Heart Lung Clinical Stream and Cardiology at St Vincent’s Hospital, and a senior medical researcher at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research

    6:37 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Hollie Hughes, Candidate for the Senate

    Hollie Hughes is a Liberal Candidate for the Australian Senate in NSW. Hollie is a passionate advocate for rural and regional NSW, having led campaigns to improve transport options and health services for the bush. Hollie also founded the Country

    6:36 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Mohit Kumar, Candidate for Chifley

    Mohit Kumar is the Liberal candidate for Chifley at the 2016 Federal Election. Mohit and his wife Jennifer live in Quakers Hill, where their two young sons attend a local school. Mohit has a track record of giving back to

    6:35 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Craig Kelly, Member for Hughes

    My two brothers, sister and I were raised in Sydney’s south by my parents Laurie and Raima. We all attended the local state schools and played in local sporting teams. It was my parent’s love, support and belief in working

    6:33 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Julian Leeser, Candidate for Berowra

    Julian Leeser is the Liberal candidate for Berowra in the 2016 Federal Election. Julian and his wife Joanna live in Pennant Hills and are actively involved in the community. As a member of the local Lions Club, RSL Club and

    6:32 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Louise Markus, Member for Macquarie

    After finishing my studies, I moved to greater western Sydney to start fulltime work as a Social Worker for what is now known as Centrelink. As an Area Welfare Co-ordinator, my work took me from Parramatta to the Blue Mountains

    6:30 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Russell Matheson, Member for Macarthur

    Russell Matheson was elected Member for Macarthur in August 2010. Prior to entering Parliament, Russell was a sergeant in the NSW Police Force, serving for 25 years. He first became involved in politics in the August 1992 Council by-election and

    6:28 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Karen McNamara, Member for Dobell

    As a working mother, I understand first-hand the challenges facing Central Coast families, with job security and rising costs of living. I am proud to call the Central Coast home. Sixteen years ago, I recognised the Central Coast as a

    6:26 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Jim Molan, Candidate for the Senate

    Jim Molan AO DSC is a Liberal Candidate for the Australian Senate in NSW. Jim is a retired Australian Army Major General, where he served for 40 years across a range of postings, including East Timor, Iraq and Papua New

    6:25 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Sang Ok, Candidate for the Senate

    Sang Ok is a Liberal Candidate for the Australian Senate in NSW. Sang is heavily involved in many community groups, including the Australia-Korea Politics and Business Forum, where he is Chairman. As part of Malcolm Turnbull’s Liberal Team, Sang is

    6:21 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Fiona Scott, Member for Lindsay

    Fiona Scott is very proud to call the Nepean Valley home, with her connection to the area stretching back to the original farming families of the district. Fiona attended local schools, completing her Bachelor of Business at the University of

    2:26 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Ann Sudmalis, Member for Gilmore

    Ann was born in Milton and finished her Science degree in Canberra, where she began teaching. She has lived locally for 25 years choosing to bring up her family on the South Coast. Her sons Rodney, Barry and daughter Kim

    2:22 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Nickolas Varvaris, Member for Barton

    Nickolas Varvaris is the Federal Member for Barton in Australia’s Federal Coalition Government. He is also a member of the Federal Environment Committee. Born and raised in the seat of Barton, Nickolas was one of Kogarah City Council’s longest serving

    2:20 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Geoffrey Winters, Candidate for Sydney

    Geoffrey Winters is the Liberal candidate for Sydney at the 2016 Federal Election. Geoffrey has lived in the area for 10 years and studied law at the University of Sydney. As a proud Aboriginal man he is passionate about giving

    2:15 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Lucy Wicks, Member for Robertson

    Lucy was elected as the Federal Member for Robertson on the Central Coast of New South Wales in September 2013. Lucy’s family first moved to Point Clare in 1985, and Lucy and her siblings attended the local school at Narara

    2:14 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Trent Zimmerman, Member for North Sydney

    “Trent Zimmerman has business and government experience, a passion for public service and the energy to deliver for the North Sydney electorate.” Malcolm Turnbull Prime Minister of Australia Trent has a proven record of working with residents, small business, schools,

    2:01 AM - 7 May 2016
  • Yvonne Keane, Candidate for Greenway

    Yvonne was raised in Toongabbie, attending school at Toongabbie and Pendle Hill. Together with her husband Anthony they live in Kellyville and have 2 beautiful children, Asher & Saskia, who are at school in Riverstone. Yvonne has had a successful career

    3:36 AM - 6 May 2016
  • George Bilic, Candidate for McMahon

    George Bilic is the Liberal Candidate for McMahon in the 2016 Federal Election. A former Blacktown City Councillor, George has dedicated a lifetime to community service through his work on council, local church activities, and voluntary involvement on the boards of

    11:44 PM - 4 May 2016
  • Marcus Hewitt, Candidate for Whitlam

    Marcus Hewitt is the Liberal Candidate for Whitlam at the 2016 Federal Election. Marcus is an accomplished small businessman, with more than 20 years’ experience running fitness centres throughout Sydney, as well as a wild flower and cattle farm in

    4:44 AM - 4 May 2016
  • Mohammad Shahe Zaman, Candidate for Watson

    Mohammad Shahe Zaman is the Liberal Candidate for Watson at the 2016 Federal Election. As a small business owner, Mohammad knows that investment in business means more growth and more jobs for businesses and families. Raising his own family here

    4:43 AM - 4 May 2016
  • Felicity Findlay, Candidate for Blaxland

    Felicity is the Liberal Candidate for Blaxland in the 2016 Federal Election. Having worked in the finance industry for over 30 years in both retail and commercial lending, Felicity knows the importance of supporting strong small businesses. Having worked for

    4:40 AM - 4 May 2016
  • Adam Farhan, Candidate for Fowler

    Adam Farhan is the Liberal Candidate for Fowler at the 2016 election. Over the past 20 years, Adam has worked tirelessly to assist the resettlement of refugees in Australia through advocacy and support networks. Adam is also a champion for

    4:38 AM - 4 May 2016
  • Vicky McGahey, Candidate for the Senate

    Dr Vicky McGahey is a teacher in the Catholic education system, and has previously served as a lecturer at the Australian Catholic University in the field of leadership. She is also active in her community and is a member of

    3:24 AM - 4 May 2016
  • Sarah Richards, Candidate for the Senate

    Sarah Richards is a small business owner and a lawyer. She is very active in her local community and is a member of Rotary Club of Kurrajong/North Richmond and secretary of Hawkesbury Torch Bearers for Legacy. As part of Malcolm

    3:19 AM - 4 May 2016
  • Ned Mannoun, Candidate for Werriwa

    Ned Mannoun is the Liberal Candidate for Werriwa at the 2016 Federal Election. Community service is a way of life for Ned, who has served the people of Liverpool on council since 2008 and as Mayor since 2012, leading the transformation of Liverpool

    2:40 AM - 4 May 2016

Our Plan for Jobs and Growth in NSW 




    Premier Mike Baird and Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian said the NSW Government was investing record amounts on schools, hospitals, public transport and roads in the 2016-17 Budget, while almost completely eliminating the State’s debt. The Government is delivering a surplus of

    10:20 PM - 21 Jun 2016

    Friday, 27 May 2016 A re-elected Liberal-National Government will provide half of the total funding required to bring cancer services to the people of Western NSW, contributing $25 million towards a new Integrated Cancer Centre. The new purpose built, specialist

    11:59 PM - 30 May 2016
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Mike Baird’s Clear Plan To Keep NSW Working


The NSW State economy is back where it belongs – at Number One
• NSW is the leading economy in Australia
• NSW’s AAA credit rating has been reaffirmed
• Supporting the creation of over 150,000 jobs
• Bringing Labor’s debt under control
• Boosting housing supply to meet demand and improve housing affordability


The Baird Liberal Team is improving transport across the state
• Delivering more than 14,000 extra weekly public transport services since March 2011
• Continuing work on Sydney Metro Northwest – due to open to customers in 2019
• Beginning work on Sydney Metro City & Southwest, including a second harbour rail crossing
• Delivered the Inner West Light Rail extension and South West Rail Link
• Rolling out the Opal card across all modes of public transport with more than 3.3 million cards now issued
• Building the CBD and South East Light Rail which will transform the city and remove hundreds of buses from roads


The Baird Liberal Team is building Sydney’s missing road links and tackling congestion to ensure people spend less time stuck in traffic and more time at home
• Delivering WestConnex – Australia’s biggest urban road project
• Continuing work on the $3 billion NorthConnex project, which will create 8,700 jobs for NSW
• Tackling congestion on Sydney’s busiest roads with $300 million to fix our 32 worst road corridors
• Fast- tracking upgrades along the Pacific Highway


The Baird Liberal Team is delivering better frontline health services
• Spending nearly $5 billion in our second term to rebuild and expand hospitals across the state
• Building the first new major ambulance stations in Sydney in almost 20 years
• Increased the health budget by more than 27 per cent to $19.9 billion
• Treating more patients on time in emergency departments
• Added an additional 4,200 nurses, and 270 paramedics since March 2011


Under the Coalition Government, NSW Police Force numbers are at record highs
• We have added 859 positions since 2011
• The Government is committed to boosting the authorised strength of the NSW Police Force to 16,795 over this term of Government
• Giving police the powers and technology to keep the community safe


The Baird Government has implemented wide-ranging reforms in our schools, vocational education and training, and early childhood, which is leading to better student results
• Improving the quality of teaching in schools, improving outcomes for all students, and giving schools greater authority to meet the needs of their communities
• Committed nearly $4 billion in school infrastructure and maintenance since March 2011
• Supporting over 47,000 training places for apprentices and trainees in 2015-16


The Baird Liberal Team is committed to protecting the vulnerable in our community
• Assisting more than 140,000 people across NSW with disability by signing up to the National Disability Insurance Scheme – the first state to do so
• Investing more than half a billion dollars over the next three years to better prevent and address homelessness
• Committing $343 million to fund pensioners and seniors concessions cut by the Federal Government