Soccer or Ocean like 11 (Eleven) local government electorates are afraid voter apathy and high drama confusion will lead to a low turnout at today's - Saturday’s - election despite compulsory voting... Local government issues
Epilogue: Backlash for Baird in council votes in western Sydney and regional NSW 2016
Ray Plibersek, Labor candidate for Sutherland council. Photo: St George Leader
Residents of 11 councils in the greater (Siberian) Sydney region are set to vote on
Saturday for local government representatives, but the majority of the city's councils
will not go to the polls for another year Ray Plibersek bids for Sutherland shire as 11 Sydney councils go to the polls
Ray (left) and Tanya Plibersek on the campaign trail. Photo: Supplied
Time of my life Joseph Plibersek: Rose and Joseph Plibersek (Rosalija Repič and Pepi Jože Pliberšek) bought their block of land at 3 Carvers road, Oyster Bay in 1957. For ₤750. They built their house slowly, living in it as soon as it had a roof and walls. It wasn’t painted, inside or out. The only furniture was an old metal table and chairs ...
Coda - NSW council elections: Population: 2350. Candidates: 111 There have been severed pigs’ heads, a death and the strangest of bedfellows, but one of the more bizarre local government elections is almost over with voters set to head to the polls on Saturday. Balranald Shire Council in southwestern NSW has a population of just under 2350 people but there are an incredible 111 candidates going beserk for the shire’s eight council seats...
The Baird government amalgamation process means the remaining 71 councils have been excluded this time around, with the vast majority in metropolitan areas.
"People are very very angry about the gerrymander. They think it's very unfair and that it's halving the vote of residents." Lucky Clover is just amazing ...