Labor has cemented its commitment to early learning in Queensland this week, talking with parents and providers about our National Preschool and Kindy program and announcing our plans to support local community groups to expand their early learning resources.
Labor’s National Preschool and Kindy Program will see around 130,000 three and four year olds in Queensland have access to early education in the two years before school.
SHORTEN, PLIBERSEK, BURNEY, RISHWORTH, BROWN, MACKLIN & ELLIS - MEDIA RELEASE - STEPHANIE GOTLIB - SATURDAY, 23 MARCH 2019
Today we recognise Stephanie Gotlib’s incredible dedication and service to the disability community, as she prepares to step down as the CEO of Children and Young People with Disability Australia (CYDA).
Reports today reveal the Government is forcing child care providers to act as unpaid debt collectors on parents in the latest stuff up in the government’s new child care system.
The Abbott Turnbull Morrison Government’s unfair Child Care Subsidy (CCS) was introduced in July 2018 with a multitude of problems.
CHALMERS, RISHWORTH & CLANCY - MEDIA RELEASE - LABOR WILL ENSURE UNIQUE CONNECTION IN BOOTHBY IS PRESERVED - FRIDAY, 22 MARCH 2019
A Shorten Labor Government will remember women in war with a $500,000 commitment to the current upgrade of the Women’s Memorial Playing Fields at St Marys.
This commitment from Labor will complete the funding required to ensure the Playing Fields can undergo its comprehensive upgrade and provide world class facilities to local community members.
Labor has cemented its commitment to early learning in the West this week, with a number of announcements for local community groups.
As part of Labor’s commitment to early learning, we announced that if elected, a Shorten Labor Government will expand community based playgroups and toy libraries with a $6.1 million grassroots grants program.
SUBJECT/S: Christchurch shootings, One Nation Preferences
DAVID BEVAN: Lets welcome Simon Birmingham, South Australian Liberal Senator, Minister for Trade and Tourism and Investment- good morning to you.
SUBJECTS: Shootings in New Zealand, Neil Prakash
JOHANNA NICHOLSON: We are talking now with the Deputy Leader of the Nationals, Senator Bridget McKenzie and also Labor MP Amanda Rishworth. Thank you both for joining us this morning. Bridget McKenzie, I might start with you. The Prime Minister has said that this man who has been arrested in New Zealand is a right-wing extremist, he was not on any watch list. Is Australia doing enough to combat right-wing extremism - our security agencies, but also the rhetoric around right-wing extremism?
Labor notes the government’s much delayed response into the Senate Inquiry into Use of the Quinoline anti-malarial drugs Mefloquine and Tafenoquine in the Australian Defence Force.
Reports today of an increase in wait times to the crisis line for our veterans and ex-service personnel raises serious concerns.
All veterans, ex-service personnel and their families should have access to the helpline 24 hours a day - this is not debatable.
SUBJECTS: Closure of obstetrics service at Flinders Private Hospital
JOURNALIST: Amanda, as a mum who is going to give birth in the next few months, how is this impacted on you as a mum first?