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GOLD COAST SUBBIES SUFFERING AS LNP DELAYS ON PHOENIXING

March 07, 2018

Gold Coast subbies and home buyers continue to suffer, as their Federal LNP MPs stall on crucial building reforms. Last week we saw another Gold Coast construction company collapse, leaving subcontractors and homeowners tens of thousands of dollars out of pocket.

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TURNBULL JUMPS QUEUE WHILE THOUSANDS OF GOLD COASTERS WAIT

March 01, 2018

This week, it was revealed that Malcolm Turnbull’s department intervened last year to ensure Turnbull’s Sydney harbourside mansion was connected up to high speed NBN broadband through HFC. This intervention came just 11 days after Malcolm Turnbull announced that his Government were halting the installation of the NBN through HFC, with delays expecting to last up to 9 months. It’s just the latest example that Malcolm Turnbull and his Libe...

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INQUIRY INTO FUTURE OF WORK AND WORKERS STARTS TODAY

February 20, 2018

Today marks the first hearing of the new Senate Inquiry into the Future of Work and Workers. The world of work is changing before our eyes. We are seeing continued automation across industries, spanning everything from manufacturing, transport, retail, health and community services.

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LABOR TO SEEK LOCAL INPUT ON NEW TOURISM FUND

February 02, 2018

Federal Labor will establish a local advisory panel to provide expert advice on the delivery of a Shorten Labor Government’s $1 billion Northern Australia Tourism Infrastructure Fund.

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TURNBULL GOVERNMENT CHANGES RIP $15.4 MILLION OUT OF CENTRAL QUEENSLAND SCHOOLS

January 31, 2018

New funding arrangements for schools brought in by the Turnbull Government will mean $15.4 million less for state schools in the Central Queensland electorate of Capricornia over the next two years.

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TURNBULL GOVERNMENT CHANGES RIP $18.6 MILLION OUT OF FORDE SCHOOLS

January 31, 2018

New funding arrangements for schools brought in by the Turnbull Government will mean $18.6 million less for state schools in our community over the next two years.

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A FAIR GO FOR AUSTRALIA