Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party Leader, Robert Borsak, today announced that SFF have offered to work with the NSW Government to help the State recover from the economic damage and hardship caused by the drought, bushfires, and COVID-19.
“It’s not just about Sydney; it’s about all of NSW. To do this, the Government must share our clear bias for the bush,” said Mr Borsak.
SFF Murray MP Helen Dalton says a new copycat bill from Water Minister Melinda Pavey on politicians owning water is a watered-down version of a bill Mrs Dalton introduced last year.
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The Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party have been told by Treasurer Dominic Perrottet that the proposed public sector wage freeze is “just the beginning” of changes the Government will make to regain the economy and employment in New South Wales.
Following a meeting, this morning with the Treasurer and leader of the Upper House Damien Tudehope the SFF’s position remains.
Deputy Leader of the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party and Member for Orange Philip Donato MP is calling on the NSW Government to reinstate council elections, so that local communities’ democratic voice is returned and they can elect representatives to initiate recovery and renewal.
Deputy Leader of the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party Philip Donato MP today, Wednesday 20th May 2020, welcomed the Premier’s about-face on regional travel with the announcement that there will be a relaxation of travel restrictions commencing June 1st, though the horse needs to be placed in front of the cart instead of behind.
SFF Member for Murray Helen Dalton says Health Minister Brad Hazzard needs to accept responsibility for recent Coronavirus outbreaks, rather than simply blaming bureaucrats and service providers.
Changes to the Local Government Act giving councils more flexibility to apply rate increases show a complete lack of empathy for struggling New South Wales communities, according to leader of the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party, Robert Borsak.