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The Greens: position for NSW environment

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Peter Marshall candidate post 14 March 2019: KOSCIUSZKO NATIONAL PARK is the roof of Australia and the largest national park in New South Wales. Its stunning beauty includes delicate alpine meadows, steep forested ridges, plunging rivers and wide, grassy plains. It’s a treasure but instead of preserving and cherishing it, the

Labor will rebuild TAFE and National Parks

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Bryce Wilson post 19 March 2019: Combat skills shortage with free courses = jobs $24 million jobs plan for Kosci I WHOLEHEARTEDLY SUPPORT the following pledge from Pru Car, our Shadow Minister for TAFE and Skills: Under the Liberal and National Government, our TAFE system has been slowly rotting. 5,700 TAFE teachers and support staff

Complex issues ignored with Brumby cull demands

Frankie-Seymour-Animal-Justice-Party-candidate

Frankie Seymour candidate post 19 March 2019: Climate change retreat of snow will dwarf impact of introduced animals — SEE SPECIAL REPORT UNTIL I SAW it two week ago, I was fairly agnostic about whether the damage attributed to the Brumbies in Kosciuszko National Park was real or just yet another ‘feral’-bashing

Rates and council loans: amalgamations show no win

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CONTRARY TO TYPICAL arguments in favour of local government amalgamation, a new analysis says the changes did not lead to efficiencies. The merger of 157 Queensland councils to 73 a decade ago was touted as a win for financial sustainability and efficiencies, with proponents arguing that larger councils could capture economies

National Party: hold over water, land and wildlife

NSW National Party checklist

What have they done? By Maria Taylor. A WILDLIFE TRAGEDY and regional community water debacle with huge fish kills in a depleted river system, the Barwon–Darling, in recent weeks has shone the spotlight squarely on the NSW National Party. Few people realise the extent of the party’s decision-making power over public resources

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