Lane Cove Labor welcomes local residents of the following suburbs:
- St Leonards
- Chatswood West
- Lane Cove
- Lane Cove West
- Lane Cove North
By visiting a Labor branch meeting and becoming a member of the NSW Labor Party, you can contribute to developing new policies that shape our community.
Lane Cove, NSW 2066
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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
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? That is the current situation faced by residents in Lane Cove.Read more
The Lane Cove Branch of NSW Labor will be holding a community forum with Shadow Minister for Transport Jodi McKay to discuss bus services in the area.
A number of local residents have voiced concerns that there is a lack of buses in Lane Cove, with overcrowding now so bad buses are regularly unable to pick passages up along local routes.
Residents are invited to register overcrowded buses at www.lanecovelabor.org.au/bus so figures can be presented to the NSW Parliament.Read more
NSW Senator Sam Dastyari visited Lane Cove last Tuesday evening to address a public forum about proposed changes to racial discrimination laws in Australia.
The forum discussed the recently released report by the Commonwealth Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights reviewing the Racial Discrimination Act and particularly sections 18C and 18D of that Act.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