Good piece in Penrith Press about our visit this morning. We announced our local candidate and how One Nation plans to tackle overcrowding:

“One Nation’s NSW leader Mark Latham made the journey to Penrith on Friday morning to announce Lapstone-based security trainer Carl Halley is the party’s candidate for the upcoming March state election.

“Standing alongside Mr Halley at Penrith station, Mr Latham raised the local issues he planned to target, with over-population and over-development his main priorities.

“We want to address the issues affecting the local community and top of the list is over-population and over-development, where there are a number of people moving in that it is almost impossible for the government to plan and provide the services that are needed,” Latham told the Press…”

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NSW One Nation has announced Carl Halley as the candidate for Penrith. Carl Halley is originally from Winmalee, he’s married with two children and lives in Lapstone which is in the foot hills of the Blue Mountains near Penrith.

Carl heads up Tactical Hagana Azmit an education and defensive tactics training organization. He has over 30 years’ experience in the national and international security industry. He has personally taught and trained members of ASIO, Federal Police, Royal Australian Navy, NZ Police, Indonesian Counter Terrorism Police (Dansus 88 & Gagana) and NSW Police.

Carl joined One Nation in 2017 and is the current regional committee chairperson.

He joined PHON believing it was the party of the people and that One Nation is the party to keep Australian politics honest by giving the voting public a third option.

Carl’s goals in the electorate of Penrith are to focus on improving Public Transport, Education, Improve Nepean Hospital, Law and Order, stop the waste of taxpayer’s money and tackle over development.

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