SUBJECT: Malcolm Turnbull, The Liberals Chaos, National Energy Guarantee, Foreign Policy
DAVID BEVAN: It is Wednesday, which means it’s time for Super Wednesday, when we gather the Federal MPs from South Australia- the movers and shakers. Simon Birmingham, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment joins us, good morning Simon Birmingham.
SENATE INQUIRY TABLES REPORT INTO USE OF ANTI-MALARIAL DRUGS IN THE ADF - WEDNESDAY, 05 DECEMBER 2018
Labor welcomes the report from the Senate Inquiry into the use of the Quinoline anti-malarial drugs Mefloquine and Tafenoquine in the Australian Defence Force and will consider its recommendations.
Labor recognised that there were a number of complex issues in relation to anti-malarial drugs which is why we sought to address some of these through the process of a Senate Inquiry.
LIBERAL CUTS FORCE RURAL AND REGIONAL EARLY EDUCATION SERVICES TO SHUT UP SHOP - WEDNESDAY, 5 DECEMBER 2018
Families from across the Albury-Wodonga Region are searching for vital early education services as it was revealed Albury Wodonga Community College have been forced to shut up shop, leaving families in Mitta, Walwa, Bellbridge, Baranduda, Kergunyah (Victoria), Henty and Walla (NSW) in limbo.
Good morning and thank you for that introduction.
I would like to start by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land on which we meet and pay my respects to elders past and present.
SUBJECTS: Liberal chaos and division; Julia Banks, Federal ICAC
SHADOW MINISTER FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT, AMANDA RISHWORTH MP: We have seen absolutely, extraordinary chaos in the parliament this week. We have seen division and chaos within the Liberal Party and it will have detrimental impacts on Australia. But of course, we have also seen Julia Banks move to the Crossbench.
SUBJECT: Labor’s announcement of $1 million towards a Veterans Recovery Centre in Ipswich
STEVE AUSTIN: Federal Labor has committed to funding a Veterans Recovery Centre in the City of Ipswich, the money was promised by the LNP in the lead up to the last federal election, however, the money never appeared. There are around 16,000 veterans in the region and Amanda Rishworth is the Spokesperson for Veterans’ Affairs, I spoke to her about that commitment earlier on this afternoon.
TOP 10 QLD ELECTORATES REVEALED OF CHILDREN SET TO BENEFIT FROM LABOR’S NATIONAL PRESCHOOL AND KINDY PROGRAM - 20 NOVEMBER 2018
Labor’s National Preschool and Kindy Program will see a $333 million investment for children in Queensland and deliver two years of subsidised early learning.
Last month Labor announced our plans to extend kindergarten access to three year olds and commit to ongoing funding for four year old preschool.
RISHWORTH & NUEMANN - MEDIA RELEASE - INVESTING IN GREATER SUPPORT FOR VETERANS IN IPSWICH - TUESDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 2018
A Shorten Labor Government will invest in veterans and ex-service personnel in the Ipswich and Somerset Region by providing funding to a Veterans Recovery Centre.
In the Ipswich community and surrounding area alone there are 17 RSL Sub Branches which provide support to our former serving personnel and their families.
RISHWORTH, SNOWDON, GOSLING & MCCARTHY - CHILDREN IN THE TOP END SET TO BENEFIT FROM EXTENSION OF PRESCHOOL ACCESS - FRIDAY, 16 NOVEMBER 2018
Labor’s National Preschool and Kindy Program will see a $20 million investment for children in the Northern Territory and deliver two years of subsidised early learning.
Last month Labor announced our plans to extend preschool access to three year olds and commit to ongoing funding for four year old preschool.
SUBJECT: Labor’s announcement of $4.9 million for a veterans support centre for the Top End
MEMBER FOR SOLOMON, LUKE GOSLING OAM MP: Thanks everyone for coming down here. It is great to be here at the Cenotaph in Darwin but also to welcome Amanda Rishworth the Shadow, Federal Shadow Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and Defence Personnel. But also Pam Palmer who has come along here; obviously Scott’s mum.