Appointment as Shadow Minister for Western Sydney and Shadow Minister for Energy Affordability

I am honoured today to be announced as the Coalition’s Shadow Minister for Western Sydney and Shadow Minister for Energy Affordability.

Amidst the cost of living crisis, energy costs have continued to put immense pressure on everyday Australians, manufacturers and small business. While people are waiting for their $275 reduction in energy
bills promised by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, their power bills have gone up about 30%.

As a proud Western Sydney MP, I have been fighting the Albanese Labor Government’s $5 billion of infrastructure cuts across our region. The Government has forgotten Western Sydney, or even worse, they
just don’t care.

Our community has been vocal for adequate consultation for Western Sydney International Airport since the election of the Albanese Labor Government. I will continue this push, alongside the need for fairer flight
paths.

I will continue to represent my community with diligence as I take on this new role and represent the whole of Western Sydney and fight for energy affordability for all Australians.

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