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Canterbury-Bankstown Torch

Hansard ID: HANSARD-1323879322-130161

Hansard session: Fifty-Seventh Parliament, First Session (57-1)

Canterbury-Bankstown Torch

Mr MARK COURE (OatleyMinister for Multiculturalism, and Minister for Seniors)

——Speaker, I rise to thank Year 12 students leaders from my local area for visiting NSW Parliament House with me in November of this year. In November, I had the pleasure of welcoming student leaders from Bethany College, GRC Oatley Senior Campus, Blakehurst High School, St Ursula's College, Danebank College and Marist College Penshurst to NSW Parliament for a student leaders lunch and tour. It was fantastic to see so many talented and bright young leaders from right across the St George area who are committed to making their school and community a better place. School leaders play such an important role within their own communities, acting as role-models for others and striving to enrich the lives of their fellow students and teachers. I would also like to thank Speaker O'Dea and my colleagues in the other place Minister for Education, Sarah Mitchell and Minister for Regional Health, Mental Health and Women, Bronnie Taylor for dropping by to say hello to these students.