RECORD TOLL RELIEF COMING SOON FOR SYDNEY DRIVERS
The Perrottet Government is putting more cash back into the pockets of drivers than ever before with the first payments from its new toll relief scheme just around the corner.
Drivers will soon be able to apply for the new scheme, with payments expected to be made into drivers’ bank accounts from mid-January 2023, backdated to July 1, 2022.
Member for Manly James Griffin said the Toll Relief Scheme is another example of how the Perrottet Government is continuing to deliver a brighter future for families across NSW by addressing cost of living pressures.
TIME ‘SPRINGS FORWARD’ THIS LONG WEEKEND
This October long weekend marks the beginning of the great annual trade-off, when we all lose an hour of sleep in the morning but gain an hour of sunshine in the evening.
Member for Manly James Griffin is reminding people in the Manly electorate that daylight saving officially begins on Sunday 2 October, when clocks are pushed forward an hour from 2am to 3am.
NSW GOVERNMENT LEADS THE WAY AS FAMILY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LEAVE PROVISIONS ENHANCED FOR ALL NSW PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES
The NSW Government is doubling family and domestic violence leave provisions for all NSW public sector workers with staff able to access 20 days of paid leave per calendar year from 1 January 2023.
The same paid leave provisions will also be provided to casual employees, while access to existing carers leave will be also extended to all employees providing support to a family or household member who is a victim-survivor of domestic violence.
Member for Manly James Griffin said this important change demonstrates the Perrottet Government’s nation leading response to supporting people impacted by domestic and family violence.