National Party Member for Dubbo and Police Minister Troy Grant announced on Twitter that he will resign at the 2019 election because he doesn't want to face a vote from his own electorate.
Current firearms regulations should have prevented a tragedy in Sydney last week, but instead Police Commissioner Mick Fuller and Minister Troy Grant are trying to protect the New South Wales Police Firearms Registry.
SFF spokeswoman Helen Dalton said it’s premature to knock down a historic building while the NSW Government still hasn’t committed funding to build a new hospital in the NSW Budget.
With the next NSW state election planned for March 2019 Steve Cansdell has stepped up to the mark. The people of Clarence need a strong voice in Sydney and Steve is our man.
The Grafton Hotel was home to the launch and Steve was joined by a huge cross section of the community. People know Steve will stand up for them, stand up for rural and regional values.
"I begin my campaign as the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party candidate for Clarence for the 2019 March State election. I was joined by over 50 people at The Grafton Hotel to announce my candidacy and I look forward to seeing you on the road."
Steve has been representing the people of Clarence for over 25 years. Elected as a member of the Grafton City Council in 1993 and holding that position until moving to the lower house of the NSW State Parliament in 2003 becoming parliamentary secretary to Police. Steve resigned from State Parliament in September 2011.
"I look forward to getting on the road and campaigning. Our community is full of amazing people and families, and I look forward to meeting you all."
Steve was the Australian Professional Light Heavyweight Boxing Champion in 1973 to 1974 and Queensland Professional Heavyweight Boxing Champion 1978 to 1981.
A Griffith child still has to travel two hours to treat a broken arm. We can't afford more broken promises, says SFF spokeswoman Helen Dalton
Volunteer Fire Fighters Association President and local firefighter Mick Holton is the change the electorate of Monaro needs. He's not just another professional politician.
The Premier flew into Dubbo for a drought relief announcement. Instead of offering more funding, she announced "a coordinator".
Despite saying in Parliament that the Government has the business case for relocating the Powerhouse Museum, Minister Harwin and the Premier told the Parliament they have no documents relating to it.
Residents north of Dungog are being forced to sign a legal agreement with Hunter Water Corporation saying that they won't drink their water supply, and won't sue if it makes them sick.