When the Fifty-Seventh Parliament was convened lawfully yesterday there was no Leader of the Opposition.
Whether it is Anzacs or victims of the Holocaust, we all share a responsibility to make their stories live and engaging to a new generation.
The Coalition Government today announced that over the next four years it will appoint 1,500 new police officers.
Since 2015, both Ku-ring-gai and New South Wales have taken great leaps forward.
Abbotsleigh Year 11 student Rebecca Whittle won a gold medal at the annual International Earth Science Olympiad in Thailand.
The infrastructure approval for the tunnel has some of the most stringent conditions in Australia.
The Government supports legislation for our firefighters regarding cancer where the research shows there is a link.
The most important education debate should be about developing a clear view on what education a future world requires.
This bill will add to the cost of the private sector providing services to the New South Wales Government.
The residents believe that the Council is prioritising a tree over issues of personal safety, property damage and ease of egress and ingress.
No case has been made out to codify what is already a desirably flexible common law position under the current law.
It is not just an economic matter that trials proceed fairly, these reforms heighten the fairness and the quality of justice in our State.
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Alister Henskens SC MP was elected on 28th March 2015 as the Member for Ku-ring-gai in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament.
Alister has entered public service through Parliament after a successful career as a Sydney Barrister since 1996.
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