John Robertson MP

Putting people first

John Robertson and Labor are fighting for a stronger and fairer New South Wales.

John Robertson is the NSW Labor Leader, Member for Blacktown and Shadow Minister for Western Sydney.

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Monday, 20 October 2014

HEALTH REPORT CONFIRMS ELECTIVE SURGERY WAIT LIST TIMES LONGER UNDER BAIRD GOVERNMENT

The NSW Opposition today said the latest Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) statistics show that NSW has the longest elective surgery waiting times in the country – with patients waiting on average 49 days in NSW public hospitals.

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Saturday, 25 October 2014

STATEMENT ON NEWCASTLE AND CHARLESTOWN BY-ELECTION RESULTS

NSW Labor Leader John Robertson has expressed his sincere appreciation to the people of Newcastle and Charlestown for their support of Labor’s Tim Crakanthorp and Jodie Harrison in today’s by-elections.

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Tuesday, 28 October 2014

LABOR CALLS ON BAIRD TO RETURN WEST BYRON DEVELOPMENT DECISION TO LOCAL COUNCIL

The NSW Opposition has called on the Baird Government to allow Byron Shire Council to determine the future of the controversial West Byron development proposal.  

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Thursday, 30 October 2014

LABOR COMMITS TO KEEP NEW MAITLAND HOSPITAL IN PUBLIC HANDS

NSW Labor has today committed it will keep the new Maitland Hospital in the Lower Hunter in public hands.

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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

LABOR WILL CONTINUE TO PUSH FOR RELEASE OF NORTHERN BEACHES HOSPITAL DOCUMENTS IN NSW PARLIAMENT

Next week, NSW Labor will push for the parliamentary release of the business papers and related documents surrounding the Baird Government’s Northern Beaches Hospital private-public partnership (PPP) with Healthscope – as announced today by Premier Mike Baird.

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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

MORE JOBS LOST IN THE CENTRAL WEST WHILE MIKE BAIRD SITS IDLE

The NSW Labor Opposition has slammed the Baird Liberal/National Government for failing to take action to stop the Central West’s growing jobs crisis - following the announcement of further job losses for the region.

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