NSW budget: John Thain, Labor councillor

¦ “It would be a tragedy if the Office of the Hawkesbury-Nepean were to close; it’s instrumental in keeping the river free of weeds and makes sure the quality of water is clean.”
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¦ “Politicians talk about finding savings, but where will this come from? And how is it going to be done?”

¦ “When you cut that number of public sector jobs it’s going to affect frontline services.

“I’m really concerned people aren’t going to be protected from workers comp travelling to and from work.

“It’s a general concern and it’s un-Australian, especially for people such as police or nurses who work long shift hours. It’s scary knowing they aren’t going to be protected.”

¦ “The first-home buyers’ grant is a positive thing; it’ll help people trying to get into their first house.

“There’s a completely different mindset now, and you’ve got to match the accommodation with what people want.”

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