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Borsak Introduces Bill to Repeal Wage Cap

Leader of the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party, Robert Borsak, has today introduced a bill in the Legislative Council that will remove the public sector wages cap, if passed.

NSW Newsletter April 2022

Our NSW SFF MP's have been kicking goals and holding the NSW Government to account. 

Click the link below to read our April 2022 newsletter. 



Newsletter March 2022

You may have heard there will be a Federal election this May 2022. 

Only 1 day to go!

There's only 1 day left until the Bega by-election. We need to get these 3 main points across to the Bega electorate: 

Edwards Inquest Findings

Based on the gross failures of management, governance, and service at the Firearms Registry, here is what the NSW Police are lining LAFO's up for.
A confidential report was leaked to the SFF by a concerned club official, who was told not to share it with members.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year - Newsletter Dec 2021

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us here at the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party. 

Our December 2021 Newsletter - Click here 

Robert Borsak: "Farming is not Cruel"

Farming is a risky business, especially in NSW, where they have to cope with drought, bush fires, floods, mouse and locust plagues, intrusive government regulation of their land and uncertain local and overseas markets.  

SFF Secures Win for Transferring Firearms in a Deceased Estate.

The Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party has been working tirelessly since October 2020 on an issue where the NSW Firearms Registry had consistently moved the goal posts on the process of acquiring inherited firearms from deceased estates.


The final and complete betrayal of the bush by the NATIONAL PARTY is happening now.
National Party Minister for Agriculture, Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall is currently sponsoring a review of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (POCTAA), that started in the Department of Agriculture in 2018.
Following a limited Consultation on Issues Paper that was not widely made available, and a Committee of Inquiry into Animal Cruelty run by the Animal Justice Party, that made wide-ranging recommendations that were based primarily on the Animal Rights agenda, a large series of proposals were developed by the department.

SFF and TOSBA continue their Fight for Taxi Owners and Drivers

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