LIBERALS SHAFT STEEL RECOMMENDATIONS

The Liberals have given up on the steel industry, today announcing that they do not support developing an Australian steel policy, responding to the Senate Economics References Committee Report: Australia’s steel industry: forging ahead, by not accepting any of the committee’s 28 recommendations.   Continue reading

LABOR WILL INVEST IN A NEW LEISURE CENTRE FOR BATEMANS BAY

A Shorten Labor Government will invest $25 million to help build the Batemans Bay Regional Aquatic, Arts & Leisure Centre, ensuring the local community has a modern facility that will effectively meet the challenges of a growing region. Continue reading

AGED CARE COMMITMENT WON’T FIX ISSUES CAUSED BY COALITION

Too little, too late. More than 30,000 locals in the electorate of Whitlam are aged over 65 (almost 20 percent of the total population) and around 3,500 are aged over 85.  In Cunningham, almost 27,000 people are over the age of 65 (over 17 per cent) and around 4,208 are aged over 85. Continue reading

NEW IPADS FOR OAK FLATS PS

Member for Whitlam Stephen Jones has secured funding to purchase new iPads for Oak Flats Public School. Continue reading

ADDRESS TO QLD REGIONAL ORGANISATION OF COUNCILS ASSEMBLY - MOOLOOLABA - THURSDAY, 7 FEBRUARY 2019

2019 QLD REGIONAL ORGANISATIONS OF COUNCILS (ROC) ASSEMBLYMOOLOOLABA QLDTHURSDAY, 7 FEBRUARY 2019 ***CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY*** Continue reading