Shadow Ministerial Releases
Housing stocks plummet as the ownership dream fades
23 September 2021
The NSW Liberals and Nationals Government has given up on making housing affordable in Greater Sydney as new dwelling completions plummet by 8.3 per cent over the last 12 month period, Shadow Minister for Planning and Public Spaces, Paul Scully, said today.
Last days for submissions to NSW Forestry and Timber Industry Inquiry
19 May 2021
NSW Labor is calling for timber-dependent communities and forestry stakeholders to make their voices heard by providing a submission to a parliamentary inquiry examining the future of the industry.
Labor announces 'Rehabilitation for Job Creation' Plan
19 May 2021
Labor’s Candidate for Upper Hunter Jeff Drayton has announced a plan to create more jobs through the rehabilitation of former mines and power generation sites.
Upper Hunter short-changed again by The Nationals
17 May 2021
NSW Labor is disappointed that once again the Deputy Premier John Barilaro has committed to the ongoing sale of public assets to fund the Resources for Regions program.
More uncertainty over Forestry Corporation's future
29 March 2021
NSW Labor is demanding that Forestry Corporation workers be given certainty after years of turmoil and attempts by the Berejiklian Government to sell the organisation.
NSW Labor welcomes Parliamentary Inquiry into NSW Forestry and Timber Industry
26 March 2021
NSW Labor has welcomed the announcement of a Parliamentary Inquiry into the NSW forestry and timber industry by the Legislative Council’s Industry Committee.
NSW Labor welcomes Aussie logs for Aussie jobs report
25 March 2021
NSW Labor has welcomed a Federal Parliamentary report on timber supply chain constraints in the plantation sector, as it continues to push for a similar inquiry in New South Wales.
NSW Labor calls for Parliamentary inquiry into NSW Forestry Industry on International Day of Forests
21 March 2021
NSW Labor is using the International Day of Forests today to call for a Parliamentary public inquiry into the long-term future of the NSW forest and timber industry.
NSW Labor calls for Parliamentary Inquiry into NSW Forestry Industry as timber supply runs out and jobs at risk
02 March 2021
NSW Labor is calling for a Parliamentary inquiry into the long-term sustainable future of the NSW forestry and timber industry following the Deputy Premier’s admission that timber supply shortages will increase the price of new homes, delay construction and cost jobs.
Barilaro admits Government has no plan to fix timber shortage
26 February 2021
NSW Labor is warning that the shortage of timber faced by the domestic construction industry brought about by the Black Summer Bushfires could lead to higher house prices, construction delays and the loss of hundreds of construction and timber jobs unless the Berejiklian Government delivers a plan to help the industry.