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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Thursday, 27 November 2014

BAIRD ALREADY PLANNING THE FULL 100% SALE OF ELECTRICITY

The NSW Opposition has accused Premier Mike Baird of planning to forge ahead with the full privatisation of our electricity network - after he yesterday failed to rule out the complete privatisation if the Liberals and Nationals are re-elected in March.

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Thursday, 27 November 2014

100 DAYS AND MIKE BAIRD STILL HAS NOT SET FOOT IN THE HUNTER DESPITE PROMISING TO GO “HOUSE BY HOUSE, SUBURB BY SUBURB” TO RESTORE TRUST

The NSW Opposition has blasted Premier Mike Baird and the Liberals for abandoning the Hunter and for the Premier failing to visit the region in more than 100 days since his ‘apology tour’ of Newcastle in mid-August. 

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

NEWCASTLE AND HUNTER MISS OUT IN BAIRD’S DESPERATE ELECTRICITY SALES PITCH

The Baird Liberal Government has been caught out leaving Newcastle without a guaranteed dollar of proceeds from its privatisation of the State’s electricity network.

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

BAIRD’S INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGY HIDES PLAN TO PRIVATISE HEALTH SERVICES

The NSW Opposition has uncovered the Baird Liberal/National Government’s plan to privatise NSW health services and hospitals buried within the State Infrastructure Update 2014 document released yesterday.

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

CENTRAL COAST FORGOTTEN IN BAIRD’S DESPERATE ELECTRICITY PITCH

The NSW Labor Opposition has accused the Baird Liberal Government of almost completely ignoring the Central Coast with the release of its electricity privatisation blueprint. 

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014

LIBERALS’ INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN NOTHING MORE THAN MORE GLOSSY BROCHURES AND EMPTY PROMISES

The NSW Opposition has accused the Baird Liberal Government of simply releasing more glossy brochures and hi-tech animations for future infrastructure – as the government released its fourth transport and infrastructure plan in four years.

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