Media Releases

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Government must come clean on high-rise plan for Glenfield, local MP says

January 17, 2019

Member for Macquarie Fields, Anoulack Chanthivong MP, has condemned the State Liberal Government for delays and secrecy surrounding yet to be released plans that are set to unleash a tidal wave of extra houses and flats in Glenfield.

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Labor will put people first in Sydney's planning framework

January 17, 2019

Shadow Minister for Planning Tania Mihailuk has joined Member for Macquarie Fields, Anoulack Chanthivong to confirm that a Daley Labor Government will put people first by directing the Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) to revise unfair housing supply targets across the city, including the Macquarie Fields electorate.

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MP delivers Christmas wish-list to Santa calling for community’s fair share

November 29, 2018

Member for Macquarie Fields, Anoulack Chanthivong MP, has given up on the Liberal Government listening to his community’s concerns so he has taken this year’s Christmas wish-list straight to the top and delivered a copy to Santa.

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Labor makes further commitment to expand commuter carparking in south west Sydney

November 20, 2018

NSW Labor has made a further commitment to easing south west Sydney commuters’ parking woes, announcing it will partner with a Shorten Federal Labor Government to invest $16 million to build an additional 300 car parking spots at Leppington Train Station.

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Labor's policy to help prevent knee injuries in young sportspeople

November 20, 2018

Member for Macquarie Fields Anoulack Chanthivong and Member for Campbelltown Greg Warren joined young sportspeople at Coronation Park Netball Courts in Minto this week to announce Labor’s program to help prevent ACL injuries in young sportspeople, which can have lifelong impacts.

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MP voices strong opposition to latest Edmondson Park planning proposals

November 16, 2018

Member for Macquarie Fields, Anoulack Chanthivong MP, has voiced his strong opposition to a development proposal in Edmondson Park that is set to drastically change the suburb by unleashing a tidal wave of new houses and flats – up to 3286 dwellings from 440 currently.

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