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Bathurst Labor Branch president Sue West says Albanese government will cooperate with opposition seats

Sam Bolt
Updated May 27 2022 - 1:01pm, first published 1:00pm
WHEN ALBO WAS IN TOWN: Then-shadow minister Anthony Albanese [centre] with Sue West, Fran Van Dartel, Miranda Gott and Dinawan Dyirribang in 2015. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 091915chifley6
WHEN ALBO WAS IN TOWN: Then-shadow minister Anthony Albanese [centre] with Sue West, Fran Van Dartel, Miranda Gott and Dinawan Dyirribang in 2015. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 091915chifley6

When Anthony Albanese last visited Bathurst in 2015, the then-shadow minister for infrastructure and transport used his Light on the Hill address to call for Malcolm Turnbull, who had become prime minister days before, to "explore ways to collaborate and achieve real progress for our nation."

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Sam Bolt

Sam Bolt

Writer/Journalist at Western Advocate

"I'm not in the business of telling people what to do. I'm much more in the business of describing things, situations and stuff like that and leaving them out there, and you can make up your minds about them." -Nick Cave

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