New South Wales

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Place.png New South Wales
(Australian State)
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Subpage(s)New South Wales/Premier
Australia's most populous state

The Australian state of New South Wales has seen some of the harshest lockdowns in the whole world during COVID.[1]

Corruption

State politics is corrupt. For several decades from the 1970s onwards the leadership was in the pockets of crime boss Abe Saffron through a mixture of bribes and sexual blackmail. Later leaders are just as corrupt.[2]

COVID-19 response

Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant
Health Minister Brad Hazzard

The State Government has been oppressive in their response to COVID. On 1 October 2021, Gladys Berejiklian announced her resignation. Two days later her deputy John Barilaro did the same.[3]

Lockdowns

Mask mandates and lockdowns.


 

Groups Headquartered Here

GroupStartDescription
Australian Club (Sydney)1838The oldest establishment club in Australia
Australian College of Journalism
Center for Independent Studies1976Australian libertarian think tank founded in 1976 which specialises in public policy research
Hillsong Church1983Australian Christian sect with political connections to both main parties. Sexual assaults, etc.
Lowy Institute2003Australian military-industrial think tank
O'Connell Street AssociatesA group of 20 prominent non-executive directors who share premises on the sixth level of Number 2 O'Connell Street in the heart of Sydney's CBD
Reserve Bank of Australia
Sydney Grammar1854Sydney establishment school with influential old boys network.
The Sydney Institute1989Australian business-friendly talking forum
University of New South Wales1 July 1949Sydney technological university with military ties


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