Call for ac­tion on crime

Vi­o­lence, home­less­ness top res­i­dents’ con­cerns

The Gold Coast Bulletin - - NEWS - KRISTY MUIR kristy.muir@news.com.au

said. “They would pref­er­ence La­bor ahead of Rob (LNP), and the La­bor can­di­date could win it if One Na­tion was stand­ing.”

Mr Mol­hoek, who is deputy chair­man of the Par­lia­men­tary Com­mit­tee for Pub­lic Works and Util­i­ties, has held South­port since 2012. He said pri­or­i­ties in­cluded schools, which were under pres­sure due to pop­u­la­tion growth.

In­de­pen­dent can­di­date Rick Flori, an al­leged po­lice whistle­blower, said a vote for him meant hav­ing “ac­count­abil­ity in gov­ern­ment”.

At the top of his pri­or­ity list was crime, specif­i­cally do­mes­tic vi­o­lence and one-punch at­tacks.

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