First 100 days as our new MP

100 DAYS: Euroa MP Steph Ryan standing at one of the electorate’s bridges in need of maintenance, which won’t happen due to Labor cutting the Country Roads and Bridges program, one of many issues she will raise in parliament. PHOTO: Supplied by Steph Ryan.

IT has been an incredibly busy time for local MP and deputy leader of the Nationals Steph Ryan, who reflects on her first 100 days as the first member for Euroa.

Since the historic November 29 state election last year, where Ms Ryan beat Labor candidate Clare Malcolm and Liberal candidate Tony Schneider to the top job, a lot has happened within her electorate.

Immediately following the election, a 5500 hectare bushfire tore through parts of Creightons Creek, Ruffy and Longwood East, as well as other areas within the Euroa electorate.

She also met with Euroa Health to discuss what it would take to get public hospital beds for the health facility, only to be left disappointed in the Labor Government response.

She has also helped in the push for a permanent ambulance service for Nagambie and district.

“Our efforts have seemed to have fallen on deaf ears,” Ms Ryan said.

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