Apparently Oxley has the second biggest backlog in NSW.
Country Labor's Peter Alley will contest the seat of Port Macquarie and the 2019 state election. 20 June 0218, Port Macquarie News THE race for the seat of Port Macquarie at the next state election is officially on. Country Labor has announced long-standing party member Peter Alley as its candidate for the 2019 election. Mr … Continue reading Blog: Peter Alley to be Labor’s candidate for the State seat of Coffs Harbour
Statement by Andrew Woodward 13 June 2018 Statement regarding Andrew Fraser (following the announcement of his retirement) I admire anyone from any political persuasion who undertakes a period of their life in public office. It is a stressful, time-consuming and challenging role; all done under the microscope of public and media scrutiny and commentary, which … Continue reading News Release: Statement regarding Andrew Fraser (following the announcement of his retirement)
Statement by Tony Judge – Country Labor for Coffs Harbour 23 May 2018 Nationals Fail to Support Unpaid Small Businesses after Pacific Highway Contract Management Failure The National Party claims to represent small business in regional NSW but they have let local subcontractors down in their time of need. Local small business owners are struggling … Continue reading News Release: Nationals Fail to Support Unpaid Small Businesses after Pacific Highway Contract Management Failure (Tony Judge – Country Labor State Candidate for Coffs Harbour)
Labor has slammed the Berejiklian Government’s Koala Strategy as a miniscule fig leaf to cover the damage the NSW Government has wrought on endangered koalas across New South Wales. The NSW Koala Strategy was released yesterday, one year late and five years after the previous, comprehensive Koala Recovery Plan, developed in 2008, had lapsed.Since 2011 … Continue reading News Release: Berejiklian Government Koala Strategy a fig leaf for 7 years of inaction over koalas
"FORMER Commonwealth Government employee Tony Judge has been endorsed as Country Labor's candidate for Coffs Harbour at the next state election. Now living in retirement in Woolgoolga with wife Dianne, his work career covered immigration, communications and finance at senior executive level." More: Coffs Harbour Advocate
Source: Wauchope Gazette Country Labor has a fresh face representing it in Oxley. Nambucca Shire councillor Susan Jenvey has been pre-selected to lead the Labor charge against the sitting Nationals member, Melinda Pavey in next year’s NSW elections. Also Coffs Harbour Advocate