The two men looking to lead NSW for the next four years have hit the campaign trail as the March 25 election approaches.
Street walks, soccer and schooners as NSW poll nears
From street walks to soccer and a St Patrick’s Day pint, the two men looking to lead NSW have hit the hustings in the frantic final stretch to the election.
Starting the day with a tour of TAFE, Dominic Perrottet rolled up his sleeves and jumped on the tools as reporters tried to drill down on his shift away from selling state assets.
The premier was later spotted reading the tea leaves during a visit to a herbal medicine shop as he pounded the pavement in Chatswood.
Chris Minns kicked off his day putting junior footballers through their paces, before switching gears to help blow out the candles on a 100-year-old’s birthday cake.