Victoria regularly releases media statements on the issues which concern the people of Lane Cove.
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Sunday March 19, 2023: Community independents for Lane Cove and North Shore, Victoria Davidson and Helen Conway, highlight bus privatisation debacle
“Nothing short of a disaster”, is what the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry found in September 2022 in relation to the privatisation of Sydney bus services, and our communities are rightly angry and frustrated by frequent bus service cancellations and delays, said Victoria Davidson and Helen Conway today. Read More
Tuesday February 14, 2023: Community independent Victoria Davidson calls for stronger action on vaping to protect our young people.
Community independent candidate for Lane Cove, Victoria Davidson, today said if elected, she would insist on stronger reform to protect the health of our young people. Read More
Saturday February 4: Lane Cove Community Independent Campaign Launches in front of 200 supporters this afternoon.
The community independent candidate for Lane Cove, Victoria Davidson, says the looming NSW election is a chance to bring community representation back to Parliament, to reclaim our voice, and to rebuild trust in politics. Victoria was speaking at the official launch of her campaign on Saturday at the Gladesville RSL & Community club.
Several hundred in the audience cheered when Victoria said she was a clear choice to put integrity first. Read More
Wednesday February 1: Official Campaign Launch Event This Saturday
Victoria Davidson’s Community Independent Campaign for Lane Cove
Gladesville RSL & Community Club, 4-6 Linsley St, Gladesville. Saturday 4 February 4:00 - 5:30pm
The official launch of Victoria Davidson’s campaign to win the seat of Lane Cove in the March state election will kick off this Saturday at the Gladesville RSL & Community Club. Read More
Friday January 20: Lane Cove demands stronger action on gambling reform
Community independent candidate for Lane Cove, Victoria Davidson, today said the major parties had failed to meet the community’s expectations for meaningful poker machine reform and she would push for stronger harm reduction initiatives if elected on March 25.
“I support mandatory cashless gaming, no ifs, no buts,” Victoria said. Read More
Wednesday January 18: Lane Cove Community Independent Critical of Narrabri Gas Project and Pipeline
Community independent candidate for Lane Cove, Victoria Davidson, today said she was disheartened to hear that NSW Treasurer Matt Kean has granted an Authority to Survey for the gas pipeline intended to connect the Narrabri Gas Project to the Hunter.
“By approving this project the NSW Government is duping the Lane Cove community which cares about meaningful climate action,” Victoria said.
“This project is not in the public interest and will not solve our short term energy issues." Read More
Tuesday December 6: Community Independent announced for the NSW seat of Lane Cove
A Lane Cove businesswoman, Victoria Davidson, is the third independent candidate to announce she is contesting a seat in the NSW State Election on March 25.
She’ll be running in Lane Cove against Planning Minister, Anthony Roberts.
The local group which found and launched Kylea Tink’s successful federal campaign, North Sydney’s Independent, asked Victoria to be a community independent candidate for Lane Cove. Read More
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