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  • STATE RECORDS HONOURS PUBLIC SERVANTS AND FIRST WORLD WAR CENTENARY

    Friday, 24 April 2015 The war service of New South Wales government employees and the contributions to the war effort by NSW government agencies are being honoured in a new exhibition opening this Monday, 27 April 2015, at the State

    12:02 AM - 24 Apr 2015
  • JOINT COMMONWEALTH/STATE ASSISTANCE

    Wednesday, 22 April 2015 Commonwealth Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and NSW Minister for Emergency Services David Elliott today announced that disaster assistance has been activated in response to storms and floods that have wreaked havoc along the east coast.

    11:16 PM - 22 Apr 2015
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Who is your local Liberal?



  • Mike Baird, Premier of NSW

    Baird was elected Leader of the NSW Liberal Party at a party-room meeting on Thursday 17 April, 2014, and later that day was sworn in as the state’s 44th Premier by the Governor, Professor Marie Bashir. Mike is also the

    8:36 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Gladys Berejiklian, Treasurer of NSW

    Gladys was first elected to the NSW Parliament as Member for Willoughby on 22 March 2003. A Master of Commerce graduate from UNSW prior to entering Parliament, Gladys worked as a National General Manager within one of Australia’s largest financial

    8:35 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Anthony Roberts, Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy

    The Hon. Anthony Roberts MP is the Minister for Resources and Energy, and Special Minister of State in the NSW Government. A Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, he has represented the Electorate of Lane Cove for the

    8:34 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Jillian Skinner, Minister for Health

    Jillian Skinner is Minister for Health and Minister for Medical Research. She was first elected as the Member for North Shore in February 1994 and has been re-elected at five times. Jillian began her career as a journalist in Melbourne,

    8:33 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Andrew Constance, Minister for Transport

    Andrew Constance was sworn in as NSW Treasurer in April 2014 and added Industrial Relations to his responsibilities the following month. He is responsible for the NSW budget, tax policy, wages policy and the overall economic performance of the State.

    8:32 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Brad Hazzard, Minister for Family and Community Services

    Brad is a lifelong resident of the Northern Beaches. He attended Manly West Public School and Manly Boys High School. Brad was first elected to parliament in 1991, after working as a Government School science teacher and later as a

    8:31 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Rob Stokes, Minister for Planning

    Rob Stokes is the NSW Minister for the Environment, Minister for Heritage, Minister for the Central Coast and Assistant Minister for Planning. Prior to his appointment, Rob served as the Parliamentary Secretary for Renewable Energy and Energy Innovation and helped

    8:30 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Dominic Perrottet, Minister for Finance

    Dominic grew up in the Hills District and was educated at Redfield College and Oakhill College before graduating from Sydney University with a Commerce/Law degree. Before entering parliament, Dominic worked as a Solicitor at Henry Davis York Lawyers in the

    8:29 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Gabrielle Upton, Attorney General

    Gabrielle was born and raised in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. She was elected as the Member for Vaucluse at the March 2011 NSW election, and in May 2011, she was appointed to the role of Parliamentary Secretary for Tertiary

    8:27 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Pru Goward, Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

    Pru Goward was elected to the NSW Parliament in March 2007 as the Member for Goulburn. She has served in the position of Shadow Minister for the Environment and Shadow Minister for Women, and from 2008 to March 2011, as

    8:25 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • John Ajaka, Minister for Ageing, Minister for Disability Services, Minister for Multiculturalism

    The Hon John Ajaka MLC is the Minister for the Illawarra, Minister for Disability Services, and the Minister for Ageing in NSW. He is the Leader of the Liberal Party and Deputy Leader of Government in the Legislative Council. He

    8:23 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Stuart Ayres, Minister for Trade and Minister for Sport

    Stuart Ayres MP was elected to the NSW Legislative Assembly on June 19, 2010 representing the electorate of Penrith. Stuart comes from a Defence Force family background which saw him moving around the country until settling in Penrith. He attended

    8:22 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Victor Dominello, Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation

    Minister Dominello was born and raised in the Sydney suburb of Ryde. Having completed his secondary school studies at Marist Brothers Eastwood, he went on to study Law and practiced for 14 years both in the Supreme Court of New

    8:19 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Mark Speakman, Minister for the Environment

    I have a lifelong connection with our local area.I did all my schooling at Caringbah North Public School and Caringbah High School, followed by degrees in law and economics at Sydney and Cambridge Universities. I have lived in the Cronulla

    8:17 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • David Elliott, Minister for Emergency Services and Minister for Veterans Affairs

    David Elliott was born in Bankstown in 1970 and was educated at Christian Community High School before completing a Bachelor of Arts in History and Asian Studies. He also holds a Graduate Certificate in Public Policy and Master of Arts

    8:15 AM - 3 Mar 2015
  • Greg Aplin, Member for Albury

    Greg Aplin is one of the longer-serving members of the Legislative Assembly in New South Wales. He represents the electorate of Albury, where the Hume Highway and the Murray River meet. As Chair of the Staysafe Committee he makes recommendations

    5:50 PM - 12 Nov 2014
  • Glenn Brookes, Member for East Hills

    I have lived in East Hills all my life. I grew up here, attended local schools and I’ve worked hard to build up a successful business at Revesby. Now, with my wife Kharen, we’re raising our family here too. Like

    2:16 AM - 6 Nov 2014
  • Adam Crouch, Liberal Candidate for Terrigal

    Adam Crouch is the Liberal Candidate for Terrigal in the March 2015 State Election. He has lived on the Central Coast for the past 15 years with his wife Jill, works as a sales director for an international printing company,

    12:55 AM - 5 Nov 2014
  • David Clarke, Member of the Legislative Council

    David Clarke was elected to the NSW Legislative Council on March 22, 2003. David was recently appointed as the Shadow Parliamentary Secretary to the Shadow Attorney General & Shadow Minister for Justice. He has previously served as Shadow Parliamentary Secretary

    1:43 AM - 4 Nov 2014
  • Kevin Conolly, Member for Riverstone

    Kevin Conolly was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly representing Riverstone for the Liberal Party of Australia on March 26th, 2011. Kevin has lived in Sydney’s north west for over 25 years and with his wife, Cathie, have

    7:35 PM - 3 Nov 2014
  • Catherine Cusack, Member of the Legislative Council

    Catherine Cusack is a Liberal Member of the NSW Legislative Council, elected in 2003 and re-elected in 2011. She currently serves as Parliamentary Secretary for Tertiary Education and Skills and is a member of two Committees – General Purpose Standing

    10:43 PM - 31 Oct 2014
  • Mark Coure, Member for Oatley

    As your State Member in the New South Wales Parliament I enjoy serving you and our wonderful community. I am a passionate advocate for our community having spent my entire life living in the area. I’m committed to our area

    10:42 PM - 31 Oct 2014
  • Tanya Davies, Member for Mulgoa

    Serving and helping other people has been a theme of my life. Whether it was the humble beginnings of a shop assistant selling chicken and chips in Newcastle where I grew up, or treating people in the public health system

    10:43 PM - 30 Oct 2014
  • Lee Evans, Member for Heathcote

    I have always said that if I was going to enter politics I would only represent the place I know best where I live and where I grew up. After three attempts I was successful in 2011 in securing the

    9:14 PM - 25 Oct 2014
  • Melanie Gibbons, Liberal Candidate for Holsworthy (Member for Menai)

    Melanie Gibbons was elected to State Parliament in March 2011. Her electorate has been renamed Holsworthy for the 2015 Election. Prior to being elected to Parliament, Melanie worked in small business and for a disability charity, an issue that is

    8:29 PM - 23 Oct 2014
  • Alister Henskens, Liberal Candidate for Ku-ring-gai

    Alister Henskens SC is the Liberal Candidate for Ku-ring-gai for the March 2015 State Election. Alister has lived on the North Shore for nearly 20 years, where he and his wife, Nancy, are raising their two children. He is committed to

    8:15 PM - 21 Oct 2014
  • Shelley Hancock, Member for South Coast

    Speaker of the NSW Legislative Assembly and Member for South Coast, The Hon. Shelley Hancock MP has been a strong advocate for the South Coast region through lobbying for much needed funds for the Princes Highway, additional police resources and

    10:39 PM - 20 Oct 2014
  • Don Harwin, President of the Legislative Council of NSW

    First elected in 1999, Don Harwin serves as the President of the Legislative Council. The principal role of the President is to preside over the House, and he is responsible for its operation. The President is also the spokesperson of

    1:56 AM - 19 Oct 2014
  • Matt Kean, Member for Hornsby

    Matt Kean was elected to NSW Parliament as the Member for Hornsby at the State election in March 2011. Matt chairs the Joint-Standing Committee on the Office of the Valuer-General. Prior to entering Parliament, Matt was a Manager at PwC

    7:56 PM - 15 Oct 2014
  • Geoff Lee, Member for Parramatta

    In March 2011, Dr Geoff Lee won the NSW seat of Parramatta, with a 25.8 per cent swing – winning 62.1 per cent of the vote on a two party preferred basis. Geoff Lee currently serves as Deputy Chair of

    2:13 AM - 14 Oct 2014
  • Scot MacDonald, Member of the Legislative Council

    Scot MacDonald was elected to the Legislative Council on the 26th March 2011. Scot brings his experiences running a family business for 20 years and 18 months as Executive Officer of Riverina Citrus to the Coalition team. He was Country

    10:34 PM - 12 Oct 2014
  • Natasha Maclaren-Jones, Member of the Legislative Council

    Natasha was elected at the March 2011 State election and is one of our newest members of the NSW Legislative Council. Having worked in both the public and private health sectors, Natasha brings to Parliament broad experience in public policy

    8:39 PM - 11 Oct 2014
  • Daryl Maguire, Member for Wagga Wagga

    Daryl has served as a member of the Liberal Party Rural Advisory Committee, Coalition Policy Committee and Co-Convenor of Parliamentary Friends of the Australian Red Cross, Party Development Committee, Opposition Advisory Committee on Land Use and Natural Resources and currently

    1:27 AM - 10 Oct 2014
  • Matthew Mason-Cox, Member of the Legislative Council

    Matthew Mason-Cox was elected to the Legislative Council on September 28, 2006. Following the March 2007 NSW State election, Matthew was elected Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party in the Legislative Council and appointed Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Treasury. Matthew

    8:06 PM - 9 Oct 2014
  • Bruce Notley-Smith, Member for Coogee

    I have been a Liberal politician since 2000 when I was first elected as a Councillor to Randwick City Council. I served as Mayor for two years, from 2007 to 2009. In March 2011 I was elected to the NSW

    10:32 PM - 8 Oct 2014
  • Jonathan O’Dea, Member for Davidson

    Jonathan was elected Member for Davidson in 2007 and is Chair of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee. Jonathan saw how NSW Labor Governments mishandled NSW and wasted precious public resources for sixteen years. He is determined to help the Baird Government

    7:29 PM - 7 Oct 2014
  • Eleni Petinos, Liberal Candidate for Miranda

    Eleni Petinos was born and raised in the Sutherland Shire and understands the issues that are most important to the community. She has worked as a solicitor and is currently a policy adviser in social services. As the Liberal Candidate

    8:03 PM - 5 Oct 2014
  • Chris Patterson, Member for Camden

    Married to Vicki for 14 years, Chris is the proud father of four young children and has lived in Camden for over 25 years. As a former TAFE teacher and father of school aged children Chris knows firsthand the importance

    1:12 AM - 2 Oct 2014
  • Greg Pearce, Member of the Legislative Council

    The Hon Greg Pearce MLC has been a Member of the NSW Legislative Council since 1 November 2000. Greg’s current term of service expires on 1 March 2019. With a passion for the community and environment, Greg has been involved

    5:57 PM - 1 Oct 2014
  • Peter Phelps, Member of the Legislative Council

    Dr Peter Phelps is a Liberal Member of Parliament, elected in 2011, and is the Government Whip in the NSW Legislative Council. He was previously a Ministerial Adviser and Chief of Staff to a number of Ministers in the Howard

    8:41 PM - 29 Sep 2014
  • Jai Rowell, Member for Wollondilly

    I understand the issues that are important to our community. I’ve lived in the local area most of my life and my wife and I are raising a family in the electorate. I attended the local university – the University

    6:28 PM - 25 Sep 2014
  • John Sidoti, Member for Drummoyne

    Since being elected to the NSW Parliament in 2011, John has delivered a number of significant achievements for the electorate including a new dialysis unit at Concord Hospital, an extension to the Bay Run at Drummoyne, increased rail and ferry

    7:10 PM - 22 Sep 2014
  • Mark Taylor, Liberal Candidate for Seven Hills

    Mark Taylor was born and raised in Old Toongabbie, playing cricket and soccer for the Winston Hill Bears and attending Model Farms and James Ruse Agricultural High Schools. He currently serves on the Hills Shire Council and understands the challenges

    7:50 PM - 17 Sep 2014
  • Damien Tudehope, Liberal Candidate for Epping

    Damien Tudehope is the Liberal candidate for Epping in the March 2015 election. Damien and his wife Diane have lived in the Hills District for 25 years, working and raising their nine children in the local community. Spending years helping

    7:52 PM - 16 Sep 2014
  • Gareth Ward, Member for Kiama

    Gareth Ward was born in Gerringong into a small-business family and has lived in the Illawarra and south coast his entire life. Born with Oculocutaneous Albinism, Gareth has been legally blind since birth. Growing up in the Illawarra, Gareth attended

    2:09 AM - 14 Sep 2014
  • Ray Williams, Liberal Candidate for Castle Hill

    Ray is a lifelong resident of the Hawkesbury Electorate, living on rural property at Rouse Hill, happily married to Wendy for 31 years and father to Kylie and Ryan. Rays family history can be traced back to 1791 when his

    9:19 PM - 13 Sep 2014
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Mike Baird’s Clear Plan To Keep NSW Working


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The NSW State economy is back where it belongs – at Number One
• NSW Is the fastest growing economy in Australia
• NSW’s AAA credit rating reaffirmed
• Supporting the creation of over 120,000 jobs
• Bringing Labor’s debt under control
• Boosting housing supply to meet demand and improve housing affordability

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The Baird Liberal Team is improving transport across the state
• Delivering 12,000 extra weekly public transport services since March 2011
• Continuing work on the North West Rail Link – due to open in 2019
• Delivered the Inner West Light Rail extension and South West Rail Link
• Rolling out the Opal card to more users with more than 2 million cards now issued and the rollout of Opal across all public transport modes complete

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The Baird Liberal Team is building Sydney’s missing road links and busting 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 corridors
• Fast-tracking the upgrades of the Pacific Highway use

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The Baird Liberal Team is delivering better frontline health services
• Spending nearly $5 billion to rebuild and expand hospitals across the State
• Increased the Health budget by more than 20 per cent to $19.9 billion
• Treating more patients on time in Emergency Departments
• Added an additional 2,800 nurses since March 2011

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Under the Baird Government, NSW Police Force numbers are at record highs
• Recruiting a further 310 police officers in addition to the 679 officers recruited since 2011
• Bringing authorised strength of the Police Force to 16,485, with a commitment to increase it to 16,665 by August 2015
• Giving the police the powers and resources they need to keep us safe

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The Baird Government has implemented wid-ranging reforms in our schools, vocational education and training, and early childhood that are 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
• Committing close to $3.2 billion in school infrastructure and maintenance since March 2011
• Creating 60,000 extra vocational training places this year alone and targeting training so that people can do the courses that will get them a job

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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