Monthly Archives: July 2011

Admin Committee and Rules Committee

This is unofficial, but the new Administrative Committee is (in ballot paper order): Right: Mark Lennon, Gerald Dwyer, Kirsten Andrews, Wayne Forno, Prue Guillaume, Barbara Nebart, Graeme Kelly, Tony Sheldon, Mark Ptolemy, Russ Collison, Julie Sibraa, Alex Classens, Jim Metcher, … Continue reading

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Conference Report for Day 2

Yesterday started with the Country Labor report. There was a lot of anger at Rodney Cavalier’s comments of the day before (“Amanda Fazio talked about us wiping out Country Labor. Well the electorate just did.  Having the country electorates represented … Continue reading

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Conference Report for Day 1.

Julia Gillard, Robbo, Dastyari, John Graham all spoke to Conference and all of them said that reform was essential, as did a range of the other speakers – even as they disagreed about what reforms they wanted to see. Nathan … Continue reading

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Rules Report Amendments

The following amendments to the Rules Report were submitted earlier today.

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An open letter to Sam Dastyari by Bill Mallam

Dear Sam, Our family have been lifelong members of the ALP. My father Cliff Mallam was a member for 76 years and a State Member of Parliament for 28 years. I have been a member for 48 years. My son … Continue reading

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Candidate Profile – Maurice May – National Conference Delegate

By Maurice May I am a life member of the party. I believe that it is important for the conference of the New South Wales branch to elect delegates to the National conference who are prepared to put forward ideas … Continue reading

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An open letter from the rank and file

Dear Delegate, Re: Reform or Revolt As you know, the decisions that you make at NSW Labor’s 2011 state conference will have an enormous impact on the future of our party and our movement in this State. The reform proposals … Continue reading

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