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Budget delivers big for Sydney, scraps for the bush

The NSW Government has delivered a Sydney-centric budget that fails to deliver for rural and regional areas, says the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party.

2019 Election ads recognised by adnews.com.au

Our 2019 NSW State Election advertisements have been recognised by adnews.com.au. The advertisements were broadcasted across NSW and helped us secure 3 Lower House MPs (Orange, Barwon, and Murray) as well as an Upper House MP. 

Re-locate services and funding before sending migrants to bush: Romano to PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison's plan to re-locate thousands of migrants to regional areas won't work unless his government invests more in water security, health, education and transport for country towns, says Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Calare candidate Sam Romano 

Urgent need to put the brakes on foreign ownership of Australian assets

SFF Senate candidate Brett Cooke details just how much river water, prime agricultural land and assets we're sold to foreigners; and explains what we need to do to halt the mass sale of our nation.  

Angus Taylor - show us your tax returns

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Senate candidate Brett Cooke has called on Energy Minister Angus Taylor to publicly release his tax returns to prove he’s never had a financial interest in the company that received $80 million taxpayers’ money for selling non-existent water. 

Sam Romano launches bid to unseat Nationals' Andrew Gee in Calare

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Calare candidate Sam Romano has nominated guaranteeing the region’s long-term water security, improving road quality and stopping vegan terrorism as key goals in his campaign to unseat sitting Nationals’ member Andrew Gee.

Urgent need to change NSW Crimes Act to combat animal rights terrorists

Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party leader Robert Borsak says the NSW Government has allowed animal rights’ terrorists to flourish by refusing to criminalise their destructive behaviour. 

SFF: NSW Government must be "bias for the bush" in exchange for support

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party leader Robert Borsak has outlined a “bias for the bush” legislative agenda at a press conference in Sydney on Friday morning. 

SFF 10-point plan to address our regional hospital crisis

Twenty years ago, people in regional NSW lived longer than those in Sydney. Now, we are dying on average five years earlier, according to NSW Health data

Gladys desperate exploitation of Christchurch won't distract from rural water and health crisis

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s decision on Sunday to politicise the Christchurch terrorist attack to win an election is both disgraceful and unhinged.

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