Families in Kingston will be among the hardest hit by Tony Abbott's new GP Tax, new Medicare analysis has shown, said Amanda Rishworth MP today. Read More.
Sunday was a good day for the people in my electorate. On Sunday the first electric trains rolled off the Seaford Rail Extension. This was a great project that was supported by federal and state Labor. Read More.
Ms RISHWORTH (Kingston) (21:15): It saddens me to have to rise today to highlight the coalition's additional broken promise in my electorate. It is very sad that we are seeing continual broken promises from this government less than five months since it was elected.
The Prime Minister has again broken his promise not to make cuts to health, with MYEFO documents revealing the Government will rip away $15 million from the Neonatal Unit at Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide. Read More.
The Prime Minister has broken his promise to the Australian people and slashed millions of dollars in funding from the health budget. Read More.
CHRIS HAMMER: It's not clear what the Government had planned for the last week of Parliament this year, nor the Opposition for that matter because the plans for both were completely overshadowed by the announcement by Holden that it will cease making cars in Australia from 2017. Joining me is Amanda Rishworth the Member for Kingston in South Australia, perhaps the state most affected by Holden's announcement. Read More.