NSW Minister for Multiculturalism Mark Coure issues Christmas message

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NSW Minister for Multiculturalism, Mark Coure MP, has issued a message for those celebrating Christmas this year.

Full Message:

Merry Christmas to everyone in New South Wales celebrating this year.

Christmas is an incredibly significant time of year for many of us — a time for family and friends, a time for charity, and a time of faith.

As many of our communities gather to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, we also mark a moment for spiritual reflection.

Christmas is a time we reflect on the work that Jesus Christ would accomplish: peace between those who believe in his name and great guidance for those seeking his wisdom.

In the spirit of Christmas, I look forward to celebrating what makes NSW a multi-faith success — our shared dream for a bright future built on the goodwill of a united community.

Over the Christmas holidays, I wish you and your families a happy, safe and healthy festive season.

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