Saturday, September 13, 2008

NSW Lib Updates

Upgraded system for Mobile Callers to SES 132 500
Written by Anthony Roberts MP
The SES upgraded 132 500 system for mobile phones was activated earlier this month.

The system for directing mobile callers has been changed to the Telstra Locator Service, which operates on a voice recognition basis.

Local Govt Election: Chance To Send State Labor A Message
Written by Barry O'Farrell MP
Tomorrow’s local government election is the last chance the majority of voters will get to send the NSW Labor Government a message before the 2011 State Election, NSW Opposition Leader Barry O’Farrell said today.

“Voters across NSW must use their vote tomorrow to send a message to the State Labor Government,” Mr O’Farrell said.

Della Bosca Misleads Premier, Gets Promoted. Brown Misleads Premier, Gets The Sack
Written by Barry O'Farrell MP
Nathan Rees must explain why he removed Matt Brown from the Ministry, but has promoted John Della Bosca, despite both Labor MPs misleading their respective Premiers, NSW Opposition Leader Barry O’Farrell said today.

“Nathan Rees said he removed Matt Brown because he ‘hadn’t been forthright with me’, but John Della Bosca was promoted to Health Minister after misleading Morris Iemma by failing to tell him he drafted the Iguanas apology from management,” Mr O’Farrell said.

NSW Slumps Further As Unemployment Rates Now Country's Worst
Written by Mike Baird MP
New figures show unemployment rates in NSW are now the worst in the country, rising to 4.7 per cent last month compared with a national average of 3.9 per cent, Shadow Minister for Finance Mike Baird said today.

“NSW now has the added shame of the worst unemployment rates in the country,” Mr Baird said.

Rees’ Poor Judgement Proves He's Not Up To The Job
Written by Barry O'Farrell MP
Nathan Rees’ poor judgement after less than a week as Premier has shown he’s not up to the job, NSW Opposition Leader Barry O’Farrell said today.

“Nathan Rees has displayed appalling poor judgment in appointing Matt Brown to the police portfolio where the utmost integrity is required,” Mr O’Farrell said.

The Questions Nathan Rees Must Answer
Written by Barry O'Farrell MP
Nathan Rees’ judgement is now under a major cloud following the resignation of Police Minister Matt Brown, NSW Opposition Leader Barry O’Farrell said today.

"This is an issue that raises questions about Mr Rees' judgment. It again raises questions about whether Mr Rees is being honest with the public,” Mr O’Farrell said.

NSW Labor Govt Slugs Councils - Election Costs Up By 500 Per Cent
Written by Chris Hartcher MP
Shadow Minister for Local Government Chris Hartcher has today called on the NSW Labor Government to reassess the cost shifting of this Saturday’s local government elections after Council figures reveal costs have increased around 500%.

“These increases simply cannot be justified. Last week marked the 28th month since the Allan Report into Council Sustainability was presented to the State Labor Government and no reply has been forthcoming yet the Government continues to pass on additional responsibilities and costs onto Councils,” Mr Hartcher said.

NSW Labor Can’t Be Trusted To Deliver Integrated Ticketing
Written by Gladys Berejiklian MP
Shadow Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian said today the NSW Labor Government cannot be trusted to deliver integrated ticketing after first saying it would be up and running for the Sydney Olympics.

“It has been a very long wait for commuters who were first promised integrating ticketing for the Sydney 2000 Olympics,” Ms Berejiklian said.

Della Bosca And Health: The Spin Cycle Starts All Over Again
Written by Jillian Skinner MP
Health Minister John Della Bosca’s performance on morning radio today signals the Labor spin cycle has started all over again, with Ministers failing to own up to the Government’s problems, Shadow Minister for Health Jillian Skinner said today.

“John Della Bosca has been well schooled in the Labor tactic of spin, and he played every trick in the book on radio today,” Mrs Skinner said.

Re-Run Rees - Labor’s Had 13 Years To Fix Public Transport
Reeves Incident: It Can Still Happen Again
Train Users Set To Be Slugged For Using Commuter Car Parks
Shadow Cabinet Meets In Broken Hill
Rees Runs From Responsibility: Doesn't Pick His Cabinet Because Of 'Nightmare'

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