NSW One Nation has announced Gaye Cameron as its candidate for the seat of Miranda at the state election on March 23.
Ms Cameron lives with her husband and daughter in Sylvania.
A statement from One Nation said Ms Cameron’s career “spans 30 years including all tiers of government, private sector, education sector, and not-for-profit areas, specialising in risk management, health and safety, and emergency management”.
Ms Cameron had also been a volunteer for 13 years with the NSW State Emergency Service, where she was the Local Controller/ Area Commander for the City of Randwick and had served on state and local local planning committees, including the Sutherland Shire Flood Planning Committee.
“Based on my own beliefs, experiences and life in general, One Nations policies and platform are aligned,” she said.
The statement said key issues being raised by Ms Cameron included:
- Over-development and congestion in Miranda.
- Bringing back trades: apprenticeships and traineeships (“university is not for everyone”).
- Improved transport – buses and extended hours.
- Holding down road-user charges to a reasonable, affordable level.
- Making the NSW Workers Compensation system fairer.
- Swim to Live – all primary school children to learn to swim.
- Aged Care – Client to carer ratios and implement recommendations from Royal Commission.
- Waterways and streets – Clean up and re-tree.
- Education – “Back to basics and remove socialist nanny state ideologies in the curriculum”.