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Push for plan to arrest crime rate

Wednesday, 23rd January, 2013

Labor councillors Branko Licul and Marion Browne want to see a crime prevention plan developed within the coming months. Labor councillors Branko Licul and Marion Browne want to see a crime prevention plan developed within the coming months.

By Erica Visser

Labor councillors are pushing for City Council to develop a crime prevention plan by the end of June.

The establishment of such a plan was an election promise made by the Labor team, four of whom were elected to Council. Recent figures showed that crime levels in the city have remained static over the past two years, although some offences are well above the State average.

Labor ticket announced

Monday, 23rd July, 2012

Members of the five-man Labor ticket (from left), Graeme “Shorty” Reville, Councillor Darriea Turley, Jim Nolan, Councillor Marion Browne and Branko Licul. Members of the five-man Labor ticket (from left), Graeme “Shorty” Reville, Councillor Darriea Turley, Jim Nolan, Councillor Marion Browne and Branko Licul.

By Erica Visser

The local branch of the Labor Party has officially announced its ticket for the September 8 elections.

Branko Licul and Jim Nolan are the newcomers on the ticket, joining mayoral candidate Darriea Turley, current Councillor Marion
Browne and ALP Vice President Graeme "Shorty" Reville.

"I'm very pleased to announce that Jim and Branko will complete our local government ticket," Cr Turley said.

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