Media Releases

Nation's First Youth Hospice a Step Closer

Saturday, 17 November 2018

A first look at Australia’s first ever hospice for young adults, to be built on the Manly Hospital site, has been unveiled today by the NSW Government.


Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Health Minister Brad Hazzard and Member for Manly James Griffin also launched a community fundraising program for the Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice.


“This will be a purpose-built, first-of-its-kind facility, which will provide 24/7 support to young people and their families,” Ms Berejiklian said.


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Marlins Make Their Mark on Mental Health

Thursday, 08 November 2018

Member for Manly James Griffin has announced that the Manly Rugby Football Club will benefit from a NSW Government grant to assist in delivering their mental health program to their players, to be rolled out across the club in 2019 after a successful pilot program this year.


Mr Griffin said that the program is an important tool in challenging the stigma of mental health, particularly in young men.


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NSW Delivers More Funding for Public Schools, Signs Up to Gonski 2.0

Wednesday, 07 November 2018

NSW has provided extra funding to public schools as it signs up to the Gonski agreement, ensuring the principles of truly needs-based, sector-blind funding for all students remain across the State.


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Sweeping Reform for Tenant Rights in Manly

Tuesday, 06 November 2018

Renting families on the Northern Beaches can now make their house feel more like a home, under the NSW Government’s comprehensive reform to residential tenancy laws.


Member for Manly James Griffin said more than 30 per cent of the NSW population are now renting, and these changes are a win-win for everyone involved. 


“There are around 10,000 households that rent in Manly, so this is a great outcome for our local community,” Mr Griffin said.


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