• New nbn satellite broadband services launch for Farrer

    Residents living in regional and rural areas of Farrer can begin to connect to affordable, high-speed broadband with the launch of services on nbn’s Sky Muster satellite network. Member for Farrer, Sussan Ley welcomed the official launch of nbn’s commercial Sky Muster broadband service today. “This is great news...

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  • Empowering Children with Diabetes

    A new resource for schools to help their students with diabetes is being launched today by Minister for Health Sussan Ley. Mastering Diabetes provides user-friendly information to teachers and parents about type 1 diabetes so that affected children can be better supported at school, helping to maximise their education...

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  • Smart Cities Plan to target more jobs growth for regions: Get involved to help shape our Smart Cities

    Community feedback is being sought on the Government’s new Smart Cities Plan for regional cities and metropolitan cities. The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, today released the Smart Cities Plan to deliver jobs closer to homes, more affordable housing, better transport connections and healthy environments. A renewed national focus on...

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  • Shorten in bed with multinational pathology corporations

    Bill Shorten today continues his campaign backing the record profits of multinational pathology companies over patients, with another visit to an ASX-listed company pushing to charge patients more for vital tests, under the cover of a different name. Mr Shorten is today making his second visit to ‘Melbourne Pathology’...

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  • Grants open to support regional and rural students

    The Turnbull Government is offering $3.5 million worth of grants to help universities engage more rural and regional students. Member for Farrer, Sussan Ley said that across the border region both Charles Sturt University and La Trobe University have opportunities to apply for a share of the $3.5 million,...

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