A year after Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and an egg, drew national attention to Albury and the Country Women's Association state conference, the event has been cancelled.
COVID-19 restrictions forced the CWA of NSW to call off its 2020 conference, due to be held in Newcastle, but instead conference agenda items and motions have been mailed out to delegates.
This year CWA delegates will be able to record their votes on more than 30 policy motions from branches and send the results back to state office for counting.
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CWA of NSW president Stephanie Stanhope said members were obviously disappointed the conference couldn't go ahead but the branches retained the important role of voting.
"While we won't have the robust discussion and debate we have around so many of the motions that go before our annual conference, we have ensured through this year's postal voting that member voices are still heard," she said.
The motions cover environmental, health, agricultural, transport, telecommunications and education issues, with results expected by the end of May.