Forced council mergers have failed to deliver promised efficiency, savings and equality for ratepayers across merged council areas, a damning report by the NSW Auditor-General has found. #TWT080519
The consistently safe Liberal seat of Lane Cove did not fail Anthony Roberts who easily claimed the seat with just over 50 per cent of first preference votes and 65 per cent of the vote on a two-party preferred basis despite a challenge from former Hunters Hill Mayor Richard Quinn, who quit the Liberal Party to challenge. #NSWvotes 2019 #NSWDecides
New traffic congestion busting traffic lights will be installed along Epping Road from North Ryde to Epping and Victoria Road in West Ryde will be widened, Ryde MP Victor Dominello has announced. TWT200319 #NSWvotes2019
CONSERVATIVES candidate for Ryde Steve Busch says candidates for the major parties are too busy playing the “blame game” and not tackling the real issue of inadequate infrastructure. TWT200319 #NSWvotes2019
BORONIA Park Public School will get a road safety lollipop supervisor. The school community has recently campaigned for the supervisor and highlighted traffic related problems during school arrival and leaving hours. TWT200319
HUNTERS HILL Emeritus Mayor Sue Hoopmann OAM has thrown her influential support behind Lane Cove independent candidate Richard Quinn despite a history of supporting Liberal Party candidates. TWT200319
New South Wales citizens go to the polls this Saturday to decide who rules the State for the next four years. Public opinion polls suggest the result is on a knife’s edge between Liberal reigning premier Gladys Berejiklian and Labor’s Michael Daley with some pundits claiming the possibility of a hung parliament Independents ruling the roost. TWT200319 #NSWVotes2019 #NSWelection2019
HUNTERS HILL Emeritus Mayor Richard Quinn will run as a independent candidate for the seat of Lane Cove during next month’s state election.