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Gordon East Public School’s BER project ‘fails the value for money assessment’ according to the Building the Education Revolution Implementation Taskforce: First Report issued today. The Report awarded the project 0 out of 10 for cost, noting that it fails the assessment “as a result of very high costs.”

Paul Fletcher, Member for Bradfield has written to over 2,000 people dwelling in apartment complexes in Hornsby, warning them to look out for deficient ceiling insulation which may have been installed without their knowledge.

Thursday, 11 November 2010 01:00

November 11 – a day to pause and reflect

“November 11 is a time to pause, to reflect and give thanks for the millions of Australian and allied servicemen and women who gave so much in World War I,” said Paul Fletcher, Member for Bradfield.

“Despite Julia Gillard’s strained efforts to verbal me in Question Time today with selective quotations from my book Wired Brown Land, let me make it perfectly clear: I do not support Labor’s $43 billion national broadband network”, Paul Fletcher, Member for Bradfield said today.

Thursday, 12 August 2010 15:56

Paul Fletcher on the Internet Filter

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“In March of this year I raised in Parliament with the-then Education Minister, Julia Gillard, serious complaints that had been brought to my attention concerning the costs of the Building the Education Revolution ‘BER’ project at Gordon East Public School.”

New South Wales Planning Minister Tony Kelly has failed to respond to Paul Fletcher's letter on the issue of development in Bradfield.

To view Paul's correspondence with Mr Kelly, please click below:

Letter sent by Paul to Mr Kelly - 22 April 2010 (PDF 129KB)

Acknowledgment by NSW Planning outlining a response will be arriving 'shortly' - 7 May 2010 (PDF 23KB)

Follow up letter sent by Paul to Mr Kelly requested a response - 1 July 2010 (PDF 28KB)

“The emergence of anti-semitic comments in relation to the Northern Eruv proposal in St Ives is very disturbing”, said Paul Fletcher, Member for Bradfield. 

A significant supplier of forklifts and bobcats based in Bradfield, employing nearly 500 people, is seriously concerned about the impact on its business by the Rudd government’s mining tax, Paul Fletcher, Federal Member for Bradfield told Parliament today.

“The NSW Labor Government has added another chapter to the shameful story of undemocratic planning decisions in Ku-ring-gai with the approval by Planning Minister Tony Kelly of the Ku-ring-gai Town Centres Plan,” Paul Fletcher, Federal Member for Bradfield said today.

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