Monthly Archives: June 2011

Report – Hunter Regional Meeting With Sen John Faulkner

By Chris Osborne After a strong lobbying exercise, local Federal MP Jill Hall, organised for John Faulkner to come up to the Hunter, the week before he gave the Wran lecture. The other local Federal and State MP’s up here … Continue reading

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Proposals for Reform – Compare and Contrast

This SpreadSheet compares the various proposals for reform, or at least, it tries to indicate which sections of which proposal deal with the same issues.

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Candidate Profile – Neil Reilly – Administrative Committee

By Neil Reilly The reason that I have accepted nomination to stand for the Administration Committee is that I intend to bring a level of transparency, consultation and balance to that secretive body and to more accurately represent the wider … Continue reading

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Candidate Profile – Ben Aveling – Rules Committee

My name is Ben Aveling. I am professional software developer with 20 years of private sector experience. I am not and never have been a member of a faction, nor a staffer, nor have I held any paid position with … Continue reading

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Watkins & Chisholm on the Watkins-Chisholm Review

Event Notification What: Watkins and Chisholm on the Watkins-Chisholm Review Who for: all ALP members Location: Trades Hall Auditorium Date: Tue, 28th June, 6pm Following this year’s NSW election, the NSW Labor Administrative Committee established a review into the election … Continue reading

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Faceless men and women – named

(For people elected in 2011, see Admin Committee and Rules Committee, 2011) Admin The following people were elected to the Administrative Committee in 2008:

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Keneally’s 10 Point Plan

Yesterday Kristina Keneally published a 10 point plan for recovery of the Labor party. Will it work? Are there some ideas worth supporting?

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