State Labor MP for Keira Ryan Park

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Corrimal schools will suffer under State Government cuts

CLASSROOMS and toilet blocks at Corrimal and Corrimal East Public Schools are set to become dirtier under the NSW Government’s plan to slash school cleaning hours. State Labor MP for Keira Ryan Park said the cut is part of the Liberal Government’s unprecedented $1.7 billion attack on education funding. Internal Education Department documents have revealed … Continue reading

Battle for Bulli’s emergency department gains momentum

TOMORROW, Save Bulli Hospital Emergency Department Group (Save Bulli ED Group) will meet senior health bureaucrat Michelle Noort to seek assurances on the future of Bulli emergency department. The Save Bulli ED Group hopes to find out enough detail to enable the community to respond to the Illawarra Shoalhaven Healthcare Services Plan for Bulli. Public … Continue reading

Battle for Bulli Hospital goes to Macquarie Street

SAVE Bulli ED Group and supporters will be protesting outside NSW State Parliament House tomorrow watching closely as the debate on the future of Bulli Hospital unfolds. The debate in the lower house was sparked by State Labor MP for Keira Ryan Park, who gathered 10,000 signatures from concerned residents in support of increased funding … Continue reading

Parking woes continue for Bulli

By MICK ROBERTS. BULLI retailers remain uncertain over the future of parking in their shopping centre. State Liberal MP for Heathcote Lee Evans has corresponded with “a number of constituents concerned about the Bulli clearway operation hours”, a spokesperson from his office has told The Bulli Times. “The Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) has advised that no extension … Continue reading

Clearway restrictions will kill Bulli shopping centre

By MICK ROBERTS. BULLI shopping centre will become a virtual ghost town if additional clearway restrictions are introduced on the Princes Highway, a move that will mean less parking for locals and make it nearly impossible for businesses to survive, according to State Labor MP for Keira Ryan Park. Bulli Chemist owner Saul Duffy has … Continue reading

Public housing project in limbo – again

THE construction company chosen by the NSW Government only weeks ago to finish public housing projects at Tarrawanna and Towradgi, have gone into administration. Subcontractors working on Housing NSW sites at Towradgi and Tarrawanna were owed an estimated $1.4 million when building firm Perle, operating under a Federal Government stimulus program, collapsed last year . The … Continue reading

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