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SOLAR FOR HALF A MILLION HOMES

A Daley Labor Government will support 500,000 households to install roof top solar over the next 10 years, reducing electricity bills and supporting cheaper, cleaner and greener energy.

Labor’s Solar Homes policy will provide a rebate up to $2,200 for adding solar panels to owner occupied households, where combined household income is under $180,000. On average, households could expect to save up to $600 a year off their electricity bills.

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LABOR TO MAKE TAFE COURSES FREE

A Daley Labor Government will make TAFE free for more than 600,000 certificate level places in skill shortage courses over the next decade, starting with child care, disability care, aged care, construction, plumbing, and electrical trades.

Labor’s plan will help people to find jobs in industries that are crying out for more workers, and make TAFE genuinely accessible to all, whether they are school leavers, people re-skilling, or changing careers.

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Andrew Zbik - Labor Candidate for Lane Cove


LABOR WILL PUT PEOPLE FIRST IN SYDNEY’S PLANNING FRAMEWORK

NSW Labor Candidate for Lane Cove Andrew Zbik welcomes the announcement by NSW Labor Leader Michael Daley MP and NSW Shadow Minister for Planning Tania Mihailuk MP that a NSW Labor Government would immediately scrap all remaining Planned Precincts. 

The Lane Cove community has had an enormous Planned Precinct forced upon them by the Liberals. The St Leonards and Crows Nest Planned Precinct allow for massive increases in density without any commitment from the Government for additional infrastructure or services to help communities.

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A NSW LABOR GOVERNMENT WILL CANCEL THE LIBERALS UNWANTED OVER-DEVELOPMENT IN ST LEONARDS AND CROWS NEST

Labor Candidate for Lane Cove Andrew Zbik welcomes the announcement by NSW Labor Leader Michael Daley MP and NSW Shadow Minister for Planning Tania Mihailuk MP that a NSW Labor Government would immediately scrap all remaining Planned Precincts.

This would include the contentious St Leonards and Crows Nest Planned Precinct that is being rushed by the NSW Liberal Government against the wishes of the local community that covers the Lane Cove, North Sydney and Willoughby Local Government Areas (refer to the St Leonards and Crows Nest Draft 2036 Plan). 

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LIBERALS CLAIM THEY ARE ROLLING IN MONEY BUT REFUSE TO PAY THEIR DEBTS

After losing in court, the NSW Liberals are refusing to pay legal fees ordered by the Court of Appeal, despite claiming that they can afford $2.2 billion to rebuild stadiums in Sydney.

In July 2017 the NSW Court of Appeal ordered the Berejiklian Government to reimburse the legal expenses of Lane Cove and Hunters Hill Councils. The Government had lost their case trying to impose forced council mergers on these local government areas.

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AYRES CLAIM DEBUNKED: THE PEOPLE OF NSW HAVE NOT HAD A CHANCE TO VOTE ON STADIUMS

NSW Labor has called out the Berejiklian Government’s claim that NSW citizens already held a referendum on stadiums four years ago and in particular on the controversial demolition and rebuild of Allianz Stadium.

This week on ABC radio Sports Minister Stuart Ayres claimed that the stadium policy was put to the people at the 2015 NSW State Election.  

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LABOR TO DELIVER NEW BUS SERVICE FOR COMMUTERS IN EAST RYDE

New Bus Route Announcement - East Ryde - Labor

Shadow Minister for Transport Jodi McKay MP has today joined Mayor of Ryde Jerome Laxale, Councillor Penny Pedersen and Labor Candidate for Lane Cove - Andrew Zbik to announce that a Labor government will deliver a new public bus service for Ryde linking East Ryde, Boronia Park, Top Ryde and North Ryde station.

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