Janelle Saffin MP has asked the NSW Government to consider extending its trial of its Washing Machine Replacement Program to include flood-impacted residents and widening its scope to include more white goods retailers.
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Janelle Saffin MP from day one advocated for the Northern Rivers Reconstruction Corporation. This powerful regional authority goes to work from Friday and she says the task of ‘building back better’ from the floods demands a strategy, funding and empathy for affected local communities.
Janelle Saffin MP again has gone into bat for more than 230 Norco employees, local dairy farmers and small businesses who rely on the co-operative, calling for a State rescue package to help rebuild its flood-damaged ice-cream factory in South Lismore. The package comprises of extra funding and a holiday from payroll tax.
Janelle Saffin MP is urging children in our Electorate of Lismore to enter the NSW Parliament’s NAIDOC Week School Holidays competition. There are prize packs to be won.
NSW Parliament became more inclusive this week with the introduction of live captioning, an historic move welcomed by Janelle Saffin MP.
Janelle Saffin MP says the NSW Budget 2022-23 lags behind its Queensland equivalent which has delivered billions for flood recovery in that state. We have a lot of catching up to do, she says.
Janelle Saffin MP has asked NSW Treasurer Matt Kean for a 12-month time extension to allow locals to continue using their Dine NSW and Discover NSW vouchers in flood-affected LGAs on the Northern Rivers.
Janelle Saffin MP has welcomed as major wins NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet’s announcement that Lismore will get a new SES Incident Control Centre and that Murwillumbah SES unit’s facilities will also be upgraded.
State Member for Lismore Janelle Saffin MP has shared NSW Health tips for helping to keep our local communities COVID safe during this year’s winter flu season.
Janelle Saffin MP has reaffirmed her ‘rock solid’ opposition to the NSW Government’s ill-advised proposal to close four Murwillumbah public schools and replace them with a mega campus. Tweed Shire Council is also opposed.