Greens MP Jamie Parker today joined the Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian to open the new accessible Balmain Thames Street Ferry Wharf.
Greens MP Jamie Parker joined the Minister for Disability Services, MPs and community members at a brick laying ceremony for the Ella Dementia Activity Centre on the grounds of St David’s Uniting Church, Haberfield. The Centre will be Australia’s first daytime activity centre specifically for people with younger onset dementia.
Greens MP Jamie Parker joined thousands of people from across NSW to oppose coal seam gas mining. “This week’s 4000-strong rally of farmers and environmentalists demonstrates the diverse and widespread community opposition to coal and coal seam gas,” Mr Parker said. “I’m proud to join the NSW Farmers Association, the Country Women’s Association and the Lock [...]
The NSW Upper House is currently debating a Bill that would ensure that terminally ill people, under certain circumstances, have the right to die a dignified death at a time and place of their own choosing.
Sunday Streets is a fun and healthy event that opens up a city’s largest public space – its streets – for people to reconnect with each other and their local environment: to play, walk, chat, cycle and to share in other recreational, arts and cultural activities.
The Welfare Rights Centre has been advised that its funding will be cut at the end of the financial year, after a 30-year partnership with the NSW Government’s Community Services agency.