LABOR COUNCILLOR ANDREW ZBIK SUCCESSFUL IN MAKING LANE COVE COUNCIL AUSTRALIA'S NEWEST REFUGEE WELCOME ZONE
Councillor Andrew Zbik announces that on Monday night, 11 December, 2017, Lane Cove Council passed his motion to become Sydney’s newest Refugee Welcome Zone.
The motion, put forward by Councillor Andrew Zbik, was passed 5:2 at the most recent Council meeting.
Andrew went to the local council elections promising to introduce the motion if elected and this result is fulfilment of that election commitment.Read more
On the 29th of August, each of the six Lane Cove Labor candidates, in the presence of the Deputy Shadow Leader Michael Daley MP, signed the United Services Union pledge to keep local government jobs local.Read more
There are six candidates contesting the Lane Cove Council Election across two wards who are also members of the Lane Cove Branch of Labor.
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