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2022-23 NSW BUDGET: STEADFAST SUPPORT FOR MANLY FAMILIES AND BUSINESSES TODAY, VISION AND REFORM ON EDUCATION, HEALTH, HOUSING, WOMEN’S OPPORTUNITY, ENVIRONMENT

The NSW Government is setting the stage for the State’s prosperity, delivering a transformational budget that will secure a brighter future for Manly by offering steadfast support for families and businesses.

 Member for Manly, James Griffin MP today welcomed the 2022-23 NSW Budget’s blueprint for reform to create opportunity and help our people prosper.

 “This Budget takes the lessons of COVID-19, fire and floods, and builds on a decade of responsible economic management to deliver a brighter future for the people of Manly,” Mr Griffin said.


REMEMBER TO SPEND YOUR DINE & DISCOVER NSW VOUCHERS

Customers in the Manly community are being reminded to spend any remaining Dine & Discover NSW vouchers, with the 30 June deadline just around the corner.

Member for Manly James Griffin MP said the program has been a game changer for local businesses and families.

“The vouchers have been an overwhelming success, by getting more customers through doors of businesses and boosting household budgets,” Mr Griffin said.

“The program has served its intended purpose by supporting our local hospitality and discovery businesses, both of which were hit hard by the pandemic.


LANDMARK COMMITMENT FOR MANLY’S YOUNGEST LEARNERS

The NSW Government has committed to one of the biggest education reforms in a generation, announcing the introduction of a universal pre-Kindergarten year of education.

More than $5.8 billion in the 2022/23 NSW Budget has been allocated to begin the delivery of a universal pre-Kindergarten year for all children in NSW by 2030.

Member for Manly James Griffin MP said this is a landmark investment for NSW families and of a scale that has not been seen before in the southern hemisphere.

“We are helping our youngest of learners to thrive, taking pressure off parents and boosting family budgets by introducing a year of free education before kindergarten,” Mr Griffin said.