Parliamentary Speeches

It's my job to represent the people of my electorate and that means being the voice of my constituents in State Parliament.

I like to use my time in Parliament to highlight the great work being done in our community by schools, organisations and individuals who genuinely try to make a positive difference to many people's lives.

I also share my thoughts on various pieces of legislation - always with these burning questions in mind: "How will this affect my constituents?" "Does this legislation make life better for people in my electorate?" and "Is this good policy that doesn't unfairly affect local residents?"

Below you can read through my Parliamentary speeches. If you have any suggestions on groups, organisations or people who deserve a mention in State Parliament, please don't hesitate to get in touch with my office on 02 9618 2077 or email [email protected] 

 

Campbelltown PCYC Biggest Morning Tea

May 29, 2019

Community Recognition Statement

Mr ANOULACK CHANTHIVONG (Macquarie Fields) (13:32): Today I acknowledge the outstanding community spirit and generosity on show at the Biggest Morning Tea hosted at Campbelltown PCYC at Minto on Thursday 23 May.

The fundraiser was organised by the Gentle Exercise Group and supported by the PCYC staff and members. About 100 people attended the event and many got into the theme of the day, donning pink outfits, hats and even pink hair in support of the Cancer Council.

Hats off to the organisers of the rock 'n' roll themed trivia contest, which proved to be quite challenging but lots of fun.

A great talking point of the day was an incredible cake in the shape of a teapot complete with drinkable tea being poured into a cup. I am in awe of the incredible baking skills needed to create such a masterpiece.

The fun was all for a good cause, raising $1,346 for cancer research. I congratulate all those involved for organising the event and thank them for having me on what was a very enjoyable day.