I would like to say thank you to the people of Lane Cove West and Lane Cove North who have put their trust in me by electing me as one of their Councillors for Lane Cove Council.
It is an absolute honour to be elected to such a position.
There were many people who helped with this campaign. However, special mention needs to be given to Lyn Nasir and Wayne Enright who both agreed to support me by being on our combined ticket. It takes a lot of faith to join a lead candidate on a ticket for an election.
I look forward to serving our local community. Please feel free to contact me at any time.
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NSW Shadow Minister for Transport Jodi McKay visited the Lane Cove bus interchange with Lane Cove Labor this morning to observe the bus queues local residents are forced to endure each and every day.
This is the second time this year the Shadow Minister has visited Lane Cove to put pressure on the Liberal member for Lane Cove to address overcrowding.Read more
Lane Cove Labor is delighted to welcome NSW Labor Deputy Leader and Shadow Minister for Planning & Infrastructure, Michael Daley MP, to its campaign launch and fundraiser.
The campaign launch will be held on Tuesday, 29th August at “The Terrace Room”, Lane Cove Community Hub, 3 Little Street, Lane Cove. It begins at 7:30pm.Read more
Andrew Zbik, Labor Candidate for West Ward and David Roenfeldt, Labor Candidate for Central Ward, recognise the pain and suffering experienced by public transport users in the local area.
Lane Cove Labor have been running a campaign to improve the bus service in and out of the area.
Lane Cove Labor have organised for NSW Shadow Minister for Transport Jodi McKay to visit the Lane Cove bus interchange on Thursday morning 24th August.Read more
Your West Ward Candidates: (Left to right) Andrew Zbik, Lyn Nasir and Wayne Enright.
The Labor ticket for West Ward will be led by Andrew Zbik who was the Labor Candidate for the Lane Cove State electorate at the 2015 State Election. In that election Andrew achieved a swing of +9.5% towards Labor.
Andrew works as a Senior Financial Planner for a non-aligned wealth advisory group in the city of which he is a part-owner. His professional qualifications include a Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Laws from Macquarie University as well as the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law.
He is married to Bronwyn and has two children.
Andrew has been the President of Lane Cove Labor since 2010 and an active member of Macquarie University Rowing Club located in Tambourine Bay since 2002. Over the last few years Andrew has led campaigns locally to have more buses assigned to Lane Cove, stand up against changes to weaken racial discrimination laws and to develop policies to help address the housing affordability issue in Australia through his role as an elected member of NSW Labor’s Economic Policy Committee.
“I believe any level of Government works best when there is a variety of ideas that are shared and considered. I hope that by running as a candidate for Councillor that I can present a progressive voice for the interests of local residents.” Andrew said.
The second candidate for West Ward is Lyn Nasir. Lyn works in the city at the Federal Court of Australia as an Information and Records Manager and has an educational background in library and Information science, education and management.
Lyn is passionate about the environment and has been very active for seven years working with a local sustainability group to improve the environment of Lane Cove.
The third candidate for West Ward is Wayne Enright. Wayne has a career that spans four decades in an Arts Administration role in the performing arts sector. Wayne has keen interest in environmental conservation and wishes to see the green leafy nature of our area preserved.
Andrew Zbik Welcomes Liberal Premier’s Backflip on Forced Council Amalgamations Ahead of Lane Cove Council Election
Labor Candidates Andrew Zbik and David Roenfeldt today welcomed the backflip announced yesterday by the NSW Premier that Lane Cove Council will not be forced to merge with Hunters Hill and Ryde Councils.Read more
Who would build a house but not plan to connect it to electricity or water supplies? No one would. Why would you build 2,000 new homes and not provide extra services such as buses? This is the current situation faced by residents in Lane Cove.Read more