Federal Member for Kingston

Shadow Minister for Early Childhood Education and Development

Shadow Minister for Veterans' Affairs
Shadow Minister for Defence Personnel

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Helping young people stay out of homelessness

The Gillard Government is investing $195 662.32 over three years to help young vulnerable
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Construction To Start on Happy Valley Roundabout

A roundabout will soon improve safety at the junction of Happy Valley Drive and Taylors Road in Happy Valley, with work starting on 11 February 2013 pdfRead More.

Abbott confirms he'll rip Schoolkids Bonus away from families

 Tony Abbott has now confirmed his plans to take the Schoolkids Bonus away from families – leaving 11, 200 local families in the South worse off pdfRead More

First NBN fibre rolled out in the McLaren Vale region

Federal Member for Kingston, Amanda Rishworth MP, today welcomed the roll out of the first National Broadband Network fibre in McLaren Flat, meaning locals will be able to start connecting to the NBN's affordable, fast, and reliable broadband in the next few months.

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Workplace bullying can have traumatic consequences

BULLYING in schools has attracted considerable attention but bullying is not confined to childhood experience in the schoolyard.

Bullying is perpetrated by adults in the workplace and can have devastating consequences for the individuals who are targeted and, more broadly, for our society.

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NBN is full-steam ahead for Sellicks

Within around twelve months, construction of the NBN in Sellicks Beach and Sellicks Hill will be completed. This means that families and businesses will be able to connect to faster, more reliable broadband services. A standard NBN connection to the home or office is free – and NBN retail services are available for similar prices to what people are paying now, but for a much superior service.

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Mental illness is still a barrier for those who want to work

Stigma continues to surround mental illness especially when it comes to getting a job. Australia's unemployment rate at one of its lowest levels, however many individuals living with a mental illness continue to find it difficult to get a job.

Benefits of work stretch far beyond the receipt of a pay packet- a job provides a critical sense of self-worth, self-esteem and social identity. Indeed for those suffering from mental illness employment can be part of the recovery back to good health.

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Workplace Bullying Report tabled

on behalf of the Standing Committee on Education and Employment, I present the committee's report incorporating a dissenting report entitled Workplace Bullying: W e just want it to stop, together with the minutes and proceedings and evidence receiving by the committee. As you can see it is quite extensive.

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Boost for Volunteers in the South

Federal Member for Kingston, Amanda Rishworth MP has welcomed the news that 26 community organisations in Southern Adelaide will share in almost $70 000 under the Gillard Government's Volunteer Grants program.

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Workplace Bullying report tabled

The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Education and Employment has today released its report, "Workplace Bullying: "We just want it to stop".

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