Gladys Berejiklian and the NSW/QLD Border.



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Gladys Berejiklian and her views on the NSW/QLD Border.

4 September 2020

Six local councils from northern NSW are uniting to call for changes to Queensland’s border restrictions, which they say are “separating families” and “denying people the ability to earn a living”.

These councils need to be included in the Queensland bubble, as suggested by the Queensland Premier in July, but were blocked by the NSW Premier.

4 September 2020

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says: “In relation again to New South Wales-Queensland borders I urge the Queensland Premier to consider carefully the impact the borders are having on our citizens on either side.”

But, just 6 weeks ago, she had a different opinion.


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22 July 2020

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says: “I received a letter from Ms Palaszczuk about 7pm on Monday suggesting the border be moved (for COVID only) into NSW to ease bottlenecks in Coolangatta and Tweed.”
“I wrote back yesterday suggesting that we either maintain the status quo, I am happy to move the border north, but I will certainly not subject NSW residents to further restrictions”.
“The Queensland Border is a decision for the Queensland government, so it is for them to manage. Suffice to say I did not support her suggestion that was put to me.”

 

She said in July “I will certainly not subject NSW residents to further restrictions

But in September, the people of those areas are the ones facing those restrictions.


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