Member for Manly, James Griffin has welcomed today’s announcement NSW residents will be given $100 worth of digital vouchers that can be used at eateries and on arts and tourism attractions across NSW.
Mr Griffin said the vouchers were part of a flagship $500 million program to help business, stimulate the State’s economy and support local jobs.
“The hospitality industry of Manly is in for a strong summer. I’m thrilled that the NSW Government has heard loud and clear the need to support our local restaurants and eateries,” Mr Griffin said.
James Griffin Member for Manly has welcomed major payroll tax relief in today’s 2020-21 NSW Budget which will enable businesses to hire more staff, keep their doors open and focus on recovery in the post-pandemic world.
On average, businesses liable for payroll tax could save around $34,000 a year over the next two years, which could be reinvested into additional staff, with the median part-time wage equivalent to about $29,500 in NSW.
Mr Griffin said the tax savings would have a major impact on businesses, enabling employers to offer increased working hours to staff, or hire additional workers.
50 upgraded or new schools have been delivered in NSW this year, with the 50th school being opened today in Tamworth.
The NSW Government is committed to providing all public school students with the very best modern learning environments.
James Griffin, Member for Manly said the government have been able to deliver one major school project in the Northern Beaches every year for the past three years. This year as part of the 50 new or upgraded schools throughout NSW we can include Curl Curl North Public School.