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Monday, 13 February 2006
Page: 151

Mr MURPHY (10:59 PM) —Before the House adjourns this evening, I raise once again my grave concerns at the media reports attributed to Mr Max Moore-Wilton with regard to his desire to have the curfew at Sydney airport removed. I raised this issue just before question time today twice. This is a very important issue. Tragically, Mr Moore-Wilton, who is now working for Macquarie Bank, is only interested in maximising the profit for Macquarie Bank and the Southern Cross Consortium, which bought the 50-year lease of Sydney airport. This is a serious issue for the people I represent; it is a serious issue for the inner west of Sydney. That curfew must remain in place. The 80-movement cap must also remain in place. In addition, the government must facilitate the fair implementation of the long-term operating plan for Sydney airport.