NSW Treasurer to hand down a ‘sensible’ budget next week | Englishheadline


New South Wales Treasurer Daniel Mookhey is preparing to hand down the state’s first budget under Labor in more than a decade.

The government has already announced a suite of budget measures, including an increase in coal royalties, new public schools in Western Sydney, and a pay rise for teachers.

Mr Mookhey told Englishheadline Australia that it is an “exciting moment” for the Labor party to hand down their first budget.

“What people of New South Wales can expect is a considered budget that focuses on providing relief to families amidst a once in a generation cost of living crisis,” Mr Mookhey said.

“They can expect this government to take sensible measures to pay down Liberal Party debt and rebuild the publics finances.”

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