Media Releases

Media releases from the Office of Susan Templeman MP.

Enquiries from the media should be directed to the Media Adviser via the Electorate Office on (02) 4573 8222 or via email to [email protected]

RESIDENTS GET THEIR CHANCE TO HAVE A SAY ON MY HEALTH RECORD

August 23, 2018

Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury residents now have a chance to have their say on the My Health Record system, with a Senate inquiry underway.

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WINDSOR BRIDGE REPORT

August 22, 2018

The Inquiry’s finding that the options presented to the community for consultation presumed a preference for a replacement of the existing bridge shows there was something motivating the NSW Government that we still don’t really have the truth about. Image: www.hawkesburygazette.com.au

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WESTERN SYDNEY AIRPORT JOBS PREDICTIONS QUESTIONED

August 20, 2018

Member for Macquarie, Susan Templeman MP has welcomed a new report released at the by the ‘Jobs for Western Sydney’ Group at their official launch

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HAWKESBURY RESIDENTS SPARED SLUG FOR HIGHER NBN PRICES

August 20, 2018

Hawkesbury residents who receive their NBN service via wireless towers have been spared a $20 a month additional cost, following a backdown by NBNCo. Member for Macquarie, Susan Templeman said less than 24 hours after the NBN had revealed its plans to charge residents with fixed wireless service $240 more per year – it had bowed to pressure and backed down.

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HERITAGE TO BE LOST THIS WEEK IN THOMPSON SQUARE

August 15, 2018

The NSW Government has refused to allow a public viewing of the historic convict brickwork in Thompson Square before it is destroyed this week. Federal Member for Macquarie, Susan Templeman, told Parliament today that she had had no response from the Minister for Transport or the Member for Hawkesbury following a request in April to allow the community to see the brickwork before it is removed or covered up. However shortly after raising...

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FORUM ADDRESSES THE ISSUE OF OLDER WOMEN – THE GROWING FACE OF HOMELESSNESS

August 13, 2018

A forum has heard the traditional stereotype of homelessness is being turned on its head, with women over 60 now among the most at-risk groups in our community. Close to 100 people attended the Windsor forum during National Homelessness Week, hosted by Member for Macquarie, Susan Templeman with guest speakers Shadow Minister for Homelessness, Senator Doug Cameron and Jenny Ranft from Wentworth Housing.

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