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NSW voters with a chance to break election rules

28 March 2015

Rarely would there have been an election like what confronts voters in New South Wales today.  Not many governments have gone into elections with popular leaders, massive parliamentary majorities, uninspiring rivals, and controversial policies.   863 more words


2013-7-04 THE AUST : Historic Sydney buildings to go in NSW government's assets sell-off

LISA ALLEN http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/property/historic-sydney-buildings-to-go-in-nsw-governments-assets-sell-off/story-fn9656lz-1226673936108

NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell

will shortly announce four properties – including the Ausgrid building at 570 George Street – are for sale, with the cash-strapped government expected to reap at least… 115 more words


Barry O'Farrell Can't Recall Anything After Accepting A Drink From A Young Lib At A Uni Party

The faltering memory of former NSW premier Barry O’Farrell has again made headlines after he confessed he could not remember anything at all since a university party back in the late 1970s when a Young Liberal offered him a drink. 363 more words


Opinion: Locking us out won't end Sydney's violence

With its newly-announced 1:30am central Sydney bar and club lock-out plan, NSW’s O’Farrell government is taking extreme measures which could destroy our nightlife and lead to many more problems. 697 more words


Siege Recommendation: NSW ALP Leader Robertson A Dead Man Walking

REVELATIONS NSW opposition leader John Robertson signed a letter on behalf of Sydney siege perpetrator Man Haron Monis signals the end of his tenure as ALP leader; the latest instalment in a political career punctuated by gaffes and serious judgement errors, it dictates that it is no longer tenable for Robertson to even fulfil the function of a sacrificial lamb offered up for slaughter at an imminent state election Labor is certain to lose. 1,188 more words

Liberal Party laundering front EightByFive an ‘avalanche of bullshit’?

As sordid details continue to emerge out of the ICAC about the murky dealings of the NSW government that has already seen the fall of former Premier Barry O’Farrell, his Police Minister Mike Gallacher and a litany of other corrupt Liberal (and Labor) toadies, it now seems the “sham company” at the heart of the growing corruption scandal, EightByFive, may have been named after an “avalanche of bullshit”. 476 more words


IKEA ground breaking at Sydney Business Park, 13 March 2014 - TEN News

Published on Mar 16, 2014

On Thursday 13 March 2014, NSW Premier and Minister for Western Sydney Barry O’Farrell officiated the start of construction of the first major retailer, IKEA, at the 256 hectare Sydney Business Park, located in Marsden Park in Sydney’s north west. 52 more words

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