Gabrielle Upton

Accelerating R&D in NSW

2019-12-13T16:10:14+11:00Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

The Hon Gabrielle Upton MP is Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier of New South Wales. On Monday 25 November, Gabrielle Upton addressed The Sydney Institute to outline a new initiative she is leading for the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to accelerate R&D in NSW. ACCELERATING R&D IN NSW GABRIELLE UPTON Key messages: Investment in R&D [...]

Gabrielle Upton – Accelerating Research and Development in NSW

2019-11-26T14:21:53+11:00Categories: Function|Tags: |

SPEAKER:       The Hon Gabrielle Upton MP (Member for Vaucluse) DATE:              Monday 25 November 2019 *Book from 11 November 2019** TIME:               5.30 for 6pm     LIGHT REFRESHMENTS  TOPIC:             Accelerating Research and Development in NSW VENUE:            The Sydney Institute, 47 Phillip Street (between Bent and Bridge Street), [...]

Justice Must Serve

2017-04-20T11:58:20+10:00Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

The Hon Gabrielle Upton is the Member for Vaucluse and NSW Attorney General. She previously held the position of Minister for Family and Community Services, a role in which she served from April 2014 until April 2015. In a wide ranging address to The Sydney Institute on Wednesday 27 July 2016, Gabrielle Upton put out [...]

Repairing Social Housing – A Big Job That Can’t Wait

2019-01-02T12:37:01+11:00Categories: Function|Tags: , , |

**Book from 17 Feb** BAR OPENS AT 5 PM - LIGHT REFRESHMENTS Speaker(s): Gabrielle Upton Date: 2015-03-03 Venue: The Gallipoli Club, 12 Loftus Street (between Bridge Street & Alfred Street), Sydney Time: 5:30 for 6pm.

Repairing Social Housing – A Big Job That Can’t Wait

2017-04-20T12:10:36+10:00Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

As NSW Minister for Family and Community Services, The Hon Gabrielle Upton, a lawyer, and former investment banker and company director, is using her outside experience to drive new approaches to affordable social housing more then ever needed in her state.  NSW has the largest social housing system in Australia, with 140,000 dwellings supporting 295,000 [...]