We've been staunchly fighting Mike Baird and Troy Grant's greyhound racing ban. Whispers that the ban may be repealed are just political window-dressing for the Orange by-election unless key issues are fixed.
We raised concerns about the NSW Government wanting to scrap licencing for debt collectors, and they've backed down.
Debt collectors are currently licenced to protect people when they're at their most vulnerable - but not for long...
The Nationals have forgotten famers.
Since they've abandoned the electorate of Orange, Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party candidate Philip Donato is the strong representative that locals need.
After a litany of debacles at the very top of the NSW Police, there's only one person suited to take the helm: Nick Kaldas.
Since the Nationals are pushing the Greens agenda on greyhound racing, we're offering ourselves as an electable alternative for rural voters by targeting every rural electorate at the next election.
The message to the NSW Government is loud and clear: greyhound racing will not be banned without a fight.
Once more, The Nationals don't have the ticker to stand up to their Liberal Party Coalition partner on a contentious rural issue.
There's only one party that's not afraid to stand up for the bush against the a Liberal Party Premier, and that's the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party.
NSW Premier Mike Baird today announced plans for a state-wide ban on greyhound racing, effective 1 July 2017. Just like other difficult issues, he's placed it in the "too hard" basket.