TURNBULL MUST RULE OUT HARSH BUDGET CUTS TO PENSIONERS AND VULNERABLE AUSTRALIANS

Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison must rule out making harsh cuts to pensioners and vulnerable Australians in the 2017 Budget, as flagged by Tony Shepherd and the Menzies Research Centre today. 

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LABOR OPPOSED TURNBULL’S UNFAIR CUTS TO FAMILIES

Labor opposed the Turnbull Government’s late night deal in the Senate to cut $1.4 billion from Australian families. 

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MORRISON REFUSES TO KILL UNFAIR ZOMBIE CUTS

Treasurer Scott Morrison has refused to kill the Turnbull Government’s unfair zombie cuts from the Omnibus Bill. 

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TURNBULL RIPS OFF 1.5 MILLION AUSTRALIAN FAMILIES

The Turnbull Government has revived an Abbott-era cut by freezing the payment rates of Family Tax Benefits for two years.

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TURNBULL MUST DROP ALL ITS UNFAIR OMNIBUS CUTS, FOR GOOD

The Turnbull Government must finally take its unfair cuts to families, pensioners, new mums, people with disability and young people out of the Parliament and out of the Budget for good. Labor will not support them.

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TIME FOR HANSON TO COME CLEAN ON SCRAPPING THE ENERGY SUPPLEMENT TO PENSIONERS

It’s time for Pauline Hanson to come clean and tell pensioners which way she will vote on the Turnbull Government’s plan to scrap the Energy Supplement contained in the Omnibus Bill.  

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TURNBULL’S LATEST BUDGET CUTS TO TARGET PENSIONERS

Reports today reveal that the Turnbull Government once again has pensioners in its sights ahead of the May Budget. 

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DAVID BOWEN, CEO, NATIONAL DISABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY

Federal Labor thanks David Bowen for his strong leadership as the inaugural CEO of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).

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NO SUPPORT FOR TURNBULL’S UNFAIR OMNIBUS CUTS

The Turnbull Government’s unfair Omnibus Bill was today slammed by the community sector, women’s groups and early childhood educators during the Senate Committee Inquiry. 

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ADDRESS AT THE AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP FOR WOMEN

I want to start by acknowledging the traditional owners on the land, I pay my respects to their elders, and I pledge to keep walking the long road towards reconciliation.

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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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