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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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TURNBULL MUST DROP UNFAIR ZOMBIE CUTS

The Turnbull Government must drop its unfair zombie cuts in the 2017 Budget. These zombie cuts have been rejected by the Senate several times now. Many of them were first introduced in the horror 2014 Budget. These Budget cuts include: Cuts to Family Tax Benefits – scrapping Family Tax Benefit Part... Read more

DON’T FORGET: TURNBULL WANTS TO CUT THE ENERGY SUPPLEMENT

The Turnbull Government still wants to scrap the Energy Supplement to 1.7 million Australians, a payment designed to help vulnerable Australians with the cost of energy. It’s a bit rich for Malcolm Turnbull to say he is giving pensioners help with rising energy costs when he wants to scrap the Energy... Read more

TURNBULL CUTS FAMILY TAX BENEFIT FROM 1.5 MILLION FAMILIES

The Turnbull Government has today rammed $1.4 billion in cuts to Family Tax Benefit through the House of Representatives. By freezing Family Tax Benefit payment rates the Turnbull Government is leaving 1.5 million Australian families and millions of children worse off. This means that the payments low income families receive will... Read more

PORTER DOUBLES DOWN ON UNFAIR CUTS TO PAID PARENTAL LEAVE

The Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter today doubled down on the Turnbull Government’s unfair cuts to paid parental leave that will see 70,000 new mums worse off each year. If Malcolm Turnbull and Christian Porter get their way, around 70,000 mums with a median income of $62,000 will be on... 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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