NSW Greens MP and spokesperson for Transport, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, has responded to changes in the Sydney trains timetable that will cut direct services to the Sydney CBD from the Hawkesbury, after the Government assured the community only a few months ago that this won’t happen. Dr. Faruqi said: “Just two months ago the […]
Dr MEHREEN FARUQI ( 02:35 ): As we come to the end of another parliamentary year the Baird Liberal-Nationals Government’s legacy is marked by a betrayal of the people of New South Wales and a complete and utter failure to improve vital public services or to provide protection for the environment. Decisions based on sound […]
Budget Estimates was held from 29 August to 2 September 2016 and is an opportunity for MPs to question Ministers directly. It is also an opportunity to submit questions on notice. Dr Faruqi attended the sessions for the below portfolios. This information is also available on the NSW Parliament Budget Estimates website Family and Community […]
The Greens Western Sydney Transport Forum was held in Parramatta on 4 November 2015. The forum was well attended with over 50 local residents coming along and sharing their views on ways forward for transport in western Sydney and across NSW. Speakers included Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, Senator Lee Rhiannon, and Alex Claassens. Greens NSW […]
Western Sydney Transport Forum 4 November 2015, Parramatta Mission. Speakers: Dr Mehreen Faruqi, Senator Lee Rhiannon, Alex Claassens. Hosted by Parramatta Greens. All photos are free to use, crediting the office of Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC.
0476 – Environment – WESTERN SYDNEY PARKLANDS Faruqi, Mehreen to the Minister for Ageing, Minister for Disability Services, and Minister for Multiculturalism representing the Minister for the Environment, Minister for Heritage, and Assistant Minister for Planning Has any of the land designated for use as a business hub or a tourism hub within the Western […]
153. Dr Faruqi to move— 1. That this House notes that: (a) the Greater Western Sydney region boasts Australia’s third largest economy, generating nearly $80 billion in economic output annually, and is home to nearly one in 11 Australians, (b) Greater Western Sydney has traditionally been Sydney’s ‘Food Bowl’ with a diverse agricultural sector supplying […]