MP wants early end to daylight saving

STEP CLOSER: MP Adam Marshall wants an early end to daylight saving.

STEP CLOSER: MP Adam Marshall wants an early end to daylight saving.

DAYLIGHT saving in NSW will end a month earlier next year if a Bill introduced in State Parliament is successful, according to Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall.

The Standard Time Amendment (Daylight Saving Period Reduction) Bill was introduced in the State’s Upper House on Wednesday. The legislation could bring the end of daylight saving forward one month, from the first Sunday in April to the first Sunday in March. Mr Marshall expects the Bill to be debated in parliament before the end of the year.

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