We extend an invitation to our public forum with Senator Sam Dastyari on Tuesday 7th March 2017. The evening will explore the debate around allowing racial discrimination in Australia.Read more
Housing affordability is going to continue to be a big issue. I believe Labor still has the best policy to address this issue.
There is no question that negative gearing on investment properties has distorted our housing market. A $600,000 home for a couple who wish to live in it will cost them $700 a week in principle and interest repayments. That same home if purchased by an investor will cost $100 week after tax deductions and depreciation.Read more
Today, Justice Moore of the NSW Land and Environment Court dismissed court action by the Liberal dominated Lane Cove Council against the Baird Liberal Government's plans to force the amalgamation of Lane Cove, Hunters Hill and Ryde Councils.Read more
The next meeting of the Lane Cove Branch of the NSW Labor Party will be on Thursday 22nd September at 7:00pm.
To visit our meeting please email email@example.com or call Andrew on 0422 038 253.
I would like to thank all local residents who made time to share with me the issues that were important to you over the campaign.
Raising issues that are important to you will help our party - the Labor Party on where to focus our policy development.
Labor locally is active and growing. Our branches meet monthly and if you would like to visit please email me at Peter.Hayes@nswlabor.org.au
Peter Hayes outlined to the audience what he believed were the issues facing the North Sydney Electorate and how these issues were all addressed in Labor’s ‘100 Positive Policies’:Read more
Senator Sam Dastyari will be visiting Lane Cove on Tuesday 31st May to support the Labor Candidate for North Sydney - Peter Hayes.
Senator Sam Dastyari and Peter Hayes will be speaking on Labor's plans for tax justice for business and the community.
Tickets can be purchase by clicking here.Read more
Labor’s Your Child. Our Future plan will benefit every student in North Sydney, with an additional $27 million set to flow to local schools.
Every student has different learning needs and every school has different requirements to support them. Your Child. Our Future will give local schools exactly what they need.Read more
The 2016 election presents a clear choice between Labor’s plan to invest in better healthcare, hospital, schools and teachers, and the Coalition’s insistence on tax cuts for the wealthiest Australians.Read more