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Bills: Safeguard Mechanism (Crediting) Amendment Bill 2022; Second Reading (22 Mar 2023)

“I rise in support of the Safeguard Mechanism (Crediting) Amendment Bill. Ten months ago to the day, the Albanese government was given a mandate by the Australian people. We were given a mandate to end the climate wars, to help end the suffering felt by disaster-stricken communities across Australia and to end the uncertainty felt by businesses and investors who had long ago abandoned their...”

Statements by Members: New South Wales: Election (21 Mar 2023)

“The Leader of the Opposition has been so conspicuously absent from Sydney that New South Wales tourism is thinking of hiring Lara Bingle to ask, 'Where the bloody hell are you?'”

Statements by Members: New South Wales: Election (21 Mar 2023)

“I rise to speak on behalf of New South Wales tourism. It is a lovely time of year in Sydney at the moment. Temperatures are perfect, and, as we head toward 25 March, you can get a real sense of the changing of the seasons—at least the changing of the political seasons. Tourists in Sydney are watching summer fade into autumn and the leaves turn a lovely shade of red—a beautiful...”

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