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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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LATEST NATIONAL DISABILITY STRATEGY FINALLY RELEASED

The Second Implementation Plan under the National Disability Strategy has finally been released by the Turnbull Government years after it was due to be published. Federal Labor led the development and implementation of the Strategy in 2010 to provide a 10-year blueprint to improve the inclusion and participation of people with... Read more

PORTER IS OUT OF TOUCH WITH WORKING MUMS

 The Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter today demonstrated how out of touch he is with the needs of working mums. Asked in Question Time:   “A women working in Coles would lose 10 weeks of paid parental leave, a loss of around $6,700.   Can the Acting PM explain to... Read more

GOVERNMENT MUST PROVIDE CERTAINTY ON NDIS ROLLOUT IN WA

The Turnbull Government must provide certainty to people with disability, their families and carers in Western Australia about the future of disability services in the state. Recent reports indicate that the Turnbull Government and the Western Australian Government have been unable to come to an agreement on the future of the... Read more

REJECTED FOI REQUEST REVEALS COALITION HOSTILITY TO WORKING WOMEN

A rejected Freedom of Information request has revealed the level of hostility within the Turnbull Government to working mums. FOI authorities rejected the request because it would have taken 550 pages and four days to list all the offensive language towards working women used in official government correspondence, including “doubled dippers”,... 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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