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May 25, 2021
David Layzell celebrating early by-election victory

NATIONAL Party candidate David Layzell has claimed an early victory in the Upper Hunter by-election,

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May 21, 2021
Drayton’s final plea to the electorate

LABOR’s candidate for the Upper Hunter by-election made his final pitch to the electorate asking for the opportunity to make a difference on their behalf at his Burdekin Park presser this morning in Singleton.

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May 20, 2021
Drayton: jobs the paramount issue of the by-election

LABOR’S candidate for Upper Hunter Jeff Drayton has emphasised the need to focus on employment and job growth to ensure a healthy future for the region.

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May 20, 2021
Drayton: “Make the most of it”

“I would definitely encourage people to make the most of these unusual times because no matter who wins on Saturday,

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May 19, 2021
Labor on jobs after mine closures

LABOR’S Upper Hunter candidate Jeff Drayton announced a mine rehabilitation jobs plan in Muswellbrook today to preempt when coal mines close after exhausting their coal reserves and power stations close when the technology reaches its use-by date.

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May 16, 2021
Redistributing mining royalties

ALTHOUGH the Upper Hunter sends billions in mining royalties to Sydney to bolster state coffers,

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May 14, 2021
All the fanfare of the Scone Cup

IT was the driest Scone Cup to date and we don’t mean the weather with patrons waiting one or two hours in line to get a drink.

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May 13, 2021
Are more TAFE sell-offs underway in the Upper Hunter?

SHADOW Minister for Skills and TAFE Jihad Dib called on the Government to rule out any TAFE campus sales through a Public Interest Debate however the attempt to introduce an amendment to ensure TAFE campuses could only be sold with the approval of both Houses of Parliament fell flat.

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May 11, 2021
Murray Bain Oval and Jefferson Park to be sold?

LABOR warns the government will sell off public assets such as Murray Bain Oval in Scone,

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May 10, 2021
Drayton clears the air on EBA

LAST week One Nation circulated an enterprise bargaining agreement (EBA) which outlined conditions for casual workers and was signed by Jeff Drayton,

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