Ms STANLEY (Werriwa) (16:34): Labor is for a fair go in south-western Sydney. As their local member, it's
my job to stand up for the residents of the south-west, and I stand in this place to help give them the best
possible circumstances to thrive. We in the Labor Party want south-west-Sydneysiders to have the maximum
time with their families and minimal time commuting. That's why state and federal Labor will invest in commuter
car-parking infrastructure at major railway stations in Werriwa. We will invest $18 million in new spaces at
Edmondson Park station. We're investing $16 million in new spaces at Leppington station.
Just as Labor are invested in minimising commute times for residents of south-west Sydney, so, too, are we
committed to improving the home lives of our hardworking constituents. I continue to be appalled at the fact that
suburbs in my electorate, like Denham Court, a mere 30 kilometres from the Sydney CBD, are yet to have full
sewerage link-ups. Denham Court has many businesses, a large childcare facility and a large shopping complex,
all operating without connection to suburban sewerage systems. We want the health and wellbeing of residents,
along with waterways such as Cabramatta Creek, to be protected for years to come. This is why Labor will
continue to fight to give a fair go to the home and working lives of residents. It is appalling that, as the member
for Werriwa in 2018, I have to raise the same issue of sewerage that the previous member, Gough Whitlam,
brought up in 1972.