Politics

Mar 19, 2007

NSW: never has so much been accomplished by so few with so little

Next Sunday morning, NSW winds its clocks back an hour to mark the end of daylight saving. It will mean a sleep-in for most of the state’s citizens. But two men will get to sleep the sound sleep of the vindicated: Premier Morris Iemma and ALP State Secretary Mark Arbib.

Next Sunday morning, NSW winds its clocks back an hour to mark the end of daylight saving. It will mean a sleep-in for most people in the state.

And at least 201 NSW citizens will be sleeping more soundly after the previous night’s election results, they being Police Commissioner Ken Moroney, and the 200 men of Middle Eastern appearance whom he would have had to charge with "anything" if Peter Debnam had become Premier.

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