Media Releases

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Liberals' fail to deliver on Edmondson Park commuter car park promise

June 19, 2019

Federal Member for Werriwa, Anne Stanley MP, and State Member for Macquarie Fields, Anoulack Chanthivong MP, have slammed the NSW Liberal Government for failing to deliver on its much-anticipated promise to start construction this year on 700 new car parking spaces at Edmondson Park Station.

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Let’s talk depression at free Community Health Forum

June 12, 2019

Member for Macquarie Fields Anoulack Chanthivong MP will host his next free Community Health Forum on depression in an effort to put the spotlight on this growing mental health issue.

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MP calls for urgent action at Bardia Public School amid safety fears

June 03, 2019

Member for Macquarie Fields Anoulack Chanthivong MP has called for urgent action to fix the traffic chaos at Bardia Public School amid growing fears that children’s lives are being put at risk.

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Minister has no choice but to protect the heritage value of the Scenic Hills

May 22, 2019

Member for Macquarie Fields Anoulack Chanthivong MP says the Liberal Government has no option but to heritage list land surrounding Varroville Homestead in the Scenic Hills. An impartial report by the Independent Planning Commission has backed the Heritage Council’s recommendation to list an extension of the land surrounding Varroville Homestead on the State Heritage Register.

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Statement on the passing of The Hon Bob Hawke AC, GCL

May 17, 2019

The passing of Bob Hawke is met with great sadness by all Australians. Bob was Australia’s greatest peacetime Prime Minister. It was Bob’s great social and economic reforms that led to our nation’s prosperity, which we continue to enjoy today and will continue to be enjoyed by future generations of Australians.

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Local MP backs Minto residents’ call for stop to overdevelopment

May 10, 2019

Member for Macquarie Fields Anoulack Chanthivong MP has backed Minto residents’ call for a stop to overdevelopment in the suburb, vowing to continue the fight to Stop the Squeeze.

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