“The Liberal Party are the party of small business.” We hear this tired old line trotted out by our political opponents election after election. It has no substance, no policy to back it up, just an empty statement of good intentions."
- Member for Rockdale, Steve Kamper MP
"But the ideal of a fair go is withering under a direct assault from the Liberal Party and neo-liberal economics, who have rigged the game in favour of the big end of town and a tiny elite."
"Government must get serious about its role in encouraging business to invest in moving to new CBDs like Penrith and Blacktown."
- Member for Londonderry, Prue Car MP
"NSW Labor’s electoral success in regional areas of New South Wales has long been one of its strengths – and the 2015 State election was no exception. With a focus on the issues that mattered to people on the Coast – jobs, education, health and essential services – and a coordinated campaign, we were able to regain all of the Central Coast seats lost in 2011."
- Member for the Entrance, David Mehan MP
"To put it simply, we have an entire generation of Sydneysiders that will spend their entire lives mortgage-locked, or who will struggle to ever own their own home."
- Member for Campbelltown, Greg Warren MPRead more
"Giving 16 and 17 year olds the choice to vote would establish voting as a norm for entering adulthood."
- Shadow Minister and Member for Strathfield, Jodi McKay MPRead more
"The future of TAFE relies on the NSW Labor Party to win government in 2019, to restore this once great educational system."
- Shadow Minister for Skills and Member for Wyong, David Harris MPRead more
"The economic management of the Liberal Government represents two years of missed opportunities for Australia. Missed opportunities we can ill-afford."
- Shadow Treasurer, Chris Bowen MPRead more
"The Coalition are fond of portraying themselves as the party of national security. At times this has descended into the worst kind of jingoism that has often masked a substance that reveals a very different story."
- Former Australian Army Officer and Federal Labor Candidate for Eden-Monaro, Mike KellyRead more
"Whether it is at a family BBQ, a pub catch up with friends or a chat with new acquaintances, nothing gets a conversation going in Sydney and in NSW like property prices. The conversation inevitably meanders towards the heat in the market, the ever increasing prices and the subsequent question of ‘how can anyone afford this’?"
- Member for Macquarie Fields, Anoulack Chanthivong