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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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SUKKAR GAFFE ON HOUSING AFFORDABILITY

Malcom Turnbull’s rookie Assistant Minister to the Treasurer Michael Sukkar is already fumbling badly, as he failed to rule out a massive $19 billion blow to the budget bottom line, further endangering Australia’s AAA credit rating.When asked to rule out making mortgage interest payments tax deductable Mr Sukkar said: “I... Read more

TURNBULL HAS PENSIONERS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY IN HIS SIGHTS

Reports today reveal that the Turnbull Government’s attack on pensioners and people with disability is set to extend to the Centrelink debt recovery debacle.Around 3 million pensioners and people with disability are in the sights of the Turnbull Government’s error riddled debt recovery program.   Labor has repeatedly called on... Read more

LIBERALS ROBBING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Reports today show the Liberals are trying to use a data issue as an excuse to rob students with disabilities of much needed funding. They should be ashamed of themselves.   The Government has had the relevant data for over a year, but they have sat on it and done... Read more

LIVED EXPERIENCE OF DISABILITY VITAL FOR NDIS BOARD

The Chair of the NDIS Board, Bruce Bonyhady deserves to be re-appointed for another term by the Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter. However, Mr Porter appears set to remove Bruce Bonyhady during the summer holidays as part of a plan to corporatise the board of the NDIS.   The... 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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