NSW’s Premier, Nathan Rees, talking to Alan Jones on Radio 2GB on Nov 19:
Rees: The bit of land we’re talking about, Hurlstone Agricultural High School, is the size of 10 ANZ stadiums put together, it’s 160 hectares.
Jones: But how can you have an agricultural high school if you cut out most of the land that they need to service the school?
Rees: Well, we’ll take advice from the department on that. The college remains an agricultural college and we’ll make sure that that’s accommodated.
Summary of Current Argument: Hurlstone is too big; it can be smaller and still teach agriculture.