NSW Labor should purge itself too: premier

NSW Labor Leader Jodi McKay is under pressure after allegations of branch stacking

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has demanded Labor leader Jodi McKay take a leaf out of Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews' book and purge her party of anyone involved in branch stacking.

Her call came after details emerged on Wednesday about a report commissioned by NSW Labor into branch stacking in western Sydney.

The report was apparently given to party heads in March and identified seven officials as being guilty of unworthy conduct, The Daily Telegraph reported.

One NSW opposition frontbencher allegedly breached rules around branch meetings and the report purportedly found evidence meeting attendance records were falsified at several branches.

"The Labor leader seems to have tried to hope the report never surfaced ... action should be taken," Ms Berejiklian told reporters.

"If the report is proved - that certain members of the parliamentary team of the Labor party in NSW have intentionally falsified records - that's a serious offence."

Ms McKay was on Wednesday afternoon censured in the lower house, where the coalition government has a majority.

Liberal frontbencher Anthony Roberts moved the motion to censure the NSW Labor leader for "her three month failure to address publicly, or to act on serious allegations of systemic falsifying of records".

But deputy NSW Labor leader Yasmin Catley blasted the government for bringing the "absolutely childish, immature and wasteful" motion as the state grappled with a pandemic.

"As you all know, this issue is the subject of an independent inquiry. The independent investigation was called for by Jodi McKay," Ms Catley told parliament.

"You are in here trying to argue that the independent investigation's outcome is not the one that you want."

Victorian Labor powerbroker Adem Somyurek was dumped on Monday by Mr Andrews after he was caught handing over cash and using parliamentary staff to create fake branch members and amass political influence.

Two of Mr Somyurek's allies - Robin Scott and Marlene Kairouz - later resigned from Mr Andrews' Victorian ministry.

Ms Berejiklian demanded Ms McKay take similar action.

"Many members of parliament have been disciplined for far less and I'd urge the Labor leader to do as her Victorian counterpart has done," she said.

The national Labor leadership decided on Tuesday to appoint former Victorian premier Steve Bracks and former federal minister Jenny Macklin as administrators to oversee a clean-up of the Victorian branch.

NSW Labor reportedly wrote this week to Sydney members to check whether they attended branch meetings and recommended a 12-month amnesty for anyone who confessed to branch stacking.

Ms McKay did not comment to AAP on Wednesday. NSW Labor general secretary Bob Nanva has been contacted for comment.