Christmas Felicitations

Thursday, 21 November 2019

I start with a special acknowledgement of emergency services personnel: police, fire and rescue and paramedics, along with the doctors and nurses in our local hospitals. Thank you. Thank you for everything you have done and thank you in advance for everything you will do. All of you hold a special place in our hearts, as members of Parliament. Many of you will be working over the Christmas and New Year period. I pay special respect and tribute to our police, fire and rescue, paramedics and nurses.

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Service NSW Visit

Wednesday, 20 November 2019

One of this Government's cornerstones is making life easier for the people of New South Wales. The rollout of Service NSW centres across our great State is delivering much‑needed access to Government services in a timely, friendly and helpful manner. With more than 98 per cent of New South Wales residents already being reached by Service NSW centres, we are determined to reach every corner of this State. No matter what part of New South Wales people live in, we want to make sure all residents are able to access the rebates on offer to ease the cost of living.

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Knights of St George Heart Association

Thursday, 14 November 2019

Today I speak about the fantastic work of the Knights of St George Heart Association, a vital community group that works in support of the cardiothoracic unit at St George Hospital. Cardiothoracic surgery is a field of medicine that performs complex operations that generally treat conditions of both the heart and lungs. Some of the procedures performed by these surgeons include coronary artery bypass surgery and aortic surgery, as well as diaphragmatic repair surgery. The association was formed in 1985, at the same time as the cardiothoracic unit at St George Hospital.

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St George Community Transport

Tuesday, 12 November 2019

I congratulate St George Community Transport, one of the most impactful organisations in our local area, on another successful year. St George Community Transport provides transport services to some of the most vulnerable members in our community who would otherwise have difficulty transporting themselves. This includes the frail, elderly, those with disability, their carers and a wide range of others. St George Community Transport has grown to a team of 30 employees and more than 70 volunteers, something that seemed unimaginable after its humble beginning.

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