SCOMO SHOWS LIBS STILL DON’T GET FAIRNESS

Treasurer Scott Morrison’s speech today shows the Liberals still don’t get fairness. 

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PORTER CAN’T PLAY THE BLAME GAME ON NDIS PAYMENT DELAYS

The Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter can’t play the blame game with the ongoing delays to NDIS payments system.  

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TURNBULL GOVERNMENT MUST TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR DELAYS TO NDIS PAYMENTS

The Turnbull Government must take responsibility for the continued delays to the NDIS payments system – the MyPlace portal.

 

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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.

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LABOR WILL MAINTAIN A FAIR PENSION SYSTEM

A Shorten Labor Government will ensure Australia’s pension system is fair and sustainable into the future.

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SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITY

A Shorten Labor Government will ensure that students with disability - like every Australian student – can get the quality education they deserve.

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LABOR COMMITS $2 MILLION TO MAKE BEACHES MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY

A Shorten Labor Government will provide $2 million to local communities to make their beaches more accessible for Australians with disability.

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LABOR WILL ESTABLISH A HEADSPACE CENTRE IN THE CLARENCE VALLEY

Shadow Minister for Families and Payments, Jenny Macklin and Labor candidate for Page, Janelle Saffin today announced that a Shorten Labor Government will provide funding for the development of a Headspace Centre in the Clarence Valley which will provide assistance to young people experiencing mental health issues.

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LABOR WILL UPGRADE FACILITIES AT ELTHAM NORTH RESERVE

Labor Member for Jagajaga, Jenny Macklin today announced that a Shorten Labor Government will commit $500,000 towards an upgrade of facilities at Eltham North Reserve.

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MIDDLE AND WORKING CLASS FAMILIES ARE BETTER OFF UNDER LABOR

A Shorten Labor Government will fight for middle and working class families by scrapping the Turnbull Government’s unfair cuts to family payments.

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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.

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