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As a long time local resident I know Jagajaga is a great place to live. In this website you will find information about the seat of Jagajaga and my work in Federal Parliament. As your local MP I can help you and your family with problems relating to federal government services. These can include education, Medicare, immigration and passports.

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PORTER IS LOOSE WITH THE TRUTH ON NEWSTART

Christian Porter continues to peddle the falsehood that New Zealand has a one month wait for income support for jobseekers in order to justify the Turnbull Government’s harsh plan to leave young Australians with no income support for a month. This is misleading. New Zealand does not have a mandatory one... Read more

WHY THE SCARY NUMBERS ABOUT WELFARE DEPENDENCY?

There was something notably absent from the discussion on the future of Australia's social security system this week.All the talk about huge numbers lost sight of the core purpose of Australia's social security system -- keeping people out of poverty. People like the woman I recently met in Geelong, a mother and... Read more

CARERS DESERVE RESPECT, NOT TO BE TREATED AS A BURDEN

The Turnbull Government must treat Australia’s carers with respect and dignity not treat them like they are a burden. The Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter, yesterday failed to articulate what additional supports and services his new ‘investment approach’ would provide to young carers.   Australia’s carers are unsung heroes... Read more

PORTER CONFIRMS LIBS STILL WANT TO INCREASE PENSION AGE TO 70

Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter today confirmed that the Turnbull Government is 100 per cent committed to increasing the pension eligibility age to 70.   Asked today at the National Press Club when legislation to increase the pension age to 70 will be introduced into the Parliament, Mr Porter... Read more


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Centenary of Anzac

During the First World War between 1914 and 1918, more than 416,000 Australians enlisted voluntarily from a population of just five million.

330,000 ventured overseas. 60,000 never returned.

As part...Read more

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