D-Day for NSW: Who will govern after Saturday?

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 with Independents ruling the roost.

Local interest will focus on Ryde, where Liberal MP Victor Dominello is being strongly challenged by Ryde’s Labor mayor Jerome Laxale and in Lane Cove where Liberal’s Anthony Roberts is under fire by former Hunters Hill mayor Independent Richard Quinn.

Briefly, in TWT’s other election coverage…

TWT’s Community ‘Meet the Candidates’ Forum

TWT Community ‘Meet the Lane Cove Candidates’ Forum at Greenwich Community Centre was held last Thursday.It was compered by Don Murchison (centre) with candidates seated as they appear on the ballot paper – with an apology from Anthony Roberts – (L to R) Independent Richard Quinn; Sustainable Australia’s Murray Fleming; Labor ‘s Andrew Zbik; The Greens’ Pierre Masse and Keep Sydney Open’s Joanne Spiteri with timekeeper. TWT on-the-spot PHOTO.