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With Bega won it is time to get down to business

Michael Holland NSW Labor candidate for the Bega by-election was at Mosquito Bay the morning after the Bega by-election with NSW Labor Leader Chris Minns Michael said during the post election day breakfast "I'm very pleased to see with the early counting such a huge swing, totally unexpected to me, I was expecting a tight finish. Expecting the worst but hoping for the best and at this point in time, I believe hoping for the best is going to be the outcome. "The result really gives a reflection of the community's response to the current Liberal Government. And it's a response that reflects local issues, particularly reflects the local health services on the South Coast of New South Wales and reflects the bushfire response and the problems that local small businesses have been going through dealing with bushfires, the COVID pandemic, so this mandate I think now when I'm elected will give me the ability to sort out local health services on the far South Coast and also give me a mandate to look at rural health services generally, which are in such disarray as shown by the inquiry into rural, regional and remote health care. It'll give us give me a mandate to get the ball rolling and rebuilding communities like Cobargo and Mogo who are still suffering two years after this disaster and to help small businesses rebuild."

"So we've got now 13 months before the general election, we've got time to institute planning, institute policies. And that's what the people, the electors here really want. They want policies, long term policies of things we can't solve in the next 13 months but we will solve when elected at the next general election."

Image: Michael Holland NSW Labor candidate for the Bega by-election was at Mosquito Bay the morning after the Bega by-election with NSW Labor Leader Chris Minns

As at 11p.m Feb 15th 2022 source https://www.abc.net.au/news/elections/nsw/2022/guide/bega

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