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The State seat of Heffron

The state seat of Heffron covers all of Waterloo, Redfern east of the rail corridor and north to Cleveland Street as well as the Australian Technology Park and South Eveleigh defined by the rail line to Erskineville. The electorate covers the following surrounding localities: Alexandria, Beaconsfield, Daceyville, East Botany, Eastgardens, Eastlakes, Erskineville, Kensington, Kingsford, Mascot, Pagewood, Rosebery, St Peters, Sydenham, Tempe, Zetland.
Heffron - Maps and Electoral Profile
Heffron Electorate –Redfern Waterloo Forum –Wednesday 14th March 6pm for 6.30 – 8.30pm
REDWatch has organised a Candidate's Forum in the electorate of Heffron on Wednesday 14th March 2007 at 6pm for 6.30 – 8.30pm at The Factory Community Centre, 67 Raglan St Waterloo. Further details can be found by following the link.
File Flyer for Heffron Candidate's Forum - Wednesday 14th March 2007
This is a two up on A4 Flyer for the Heffron Candidates Forum. Please print off copies the flyer, cut them into two to save trees and give them to your friends and neighbours to help us publicise the forum. PDF 29 Kb.
ALP – Kristina Keneally
Information about and any comments or policy statements relating to Redfern Waterloo issues during the 2007 state election campaign can be found here.
GREENS – Ben Spies-Butcher
Information about Ben Spies-Butcher and any comments or policy statements relating to Redfern Waterloo during the 2007 state election campaign issues can be found here.
INDEPENDENT (SOCIALIST EQUALITY) - James Cogan
Information about and any comments or policy statements relating to Redfern Waterloo issues during the 2007 state election campaign can be found here.
LIBERAL – Scott Nash
Information about and any comments or policy statements relating to Redfern Waterloo issues during the 2007 state election campaign can be found here.