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LABOR TO COMMIT $5 MILLION TO PLANNING FOR NORTH EAST LINK

A Shorten Labor Government will commit $5 million towards a feasibility study for the North East Link in Melbourne.This is the first step towards dealing with the dangerously high levels of congestion across the north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Right now, residents in suburbs like Rosanna and Greensborough know that the... Read more

LABOR’S LINE IN THE SAND: IT’S TIME FOR GOVERNMENT AND CHARITIES TO WORK TOGETHER AGAIN

OPINION PIECE -The best kind of care for our community comes from within our community. The best-placed organisations to identify and respond to social and community issues are those organisations that base their strength, energy and grit on the people who are that community. Labor understands this principle. Labor supports... Read more

ABC 774 - TRANSCRIPT

SUBJECTS: ALP Campaign Launch; Medicare; Medicare Privatisation; Jobs; Great Barrier Reef; CFA. JON FAINE, HOST: Greg Hunt is the Minister for the Environment and the Member for Flinders in the Malcolm Turnbull Coalition Government, Jenny Macklin is the Shadow Minister for Families, Payments and Disability Reform and the Member for... Read more

LABOR WILL MAINTAIN A FAIR PENSION SYSTEM

A Shorten Labor Government will ensure Australia’s pension system is fair and sustainable into the future.Labor believes that pensioners deserve dignity in retirement. We also believe that people who rely on the disability support pension and the carer payment should not be forced to live in poverty. That is why... 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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