• Budget 2015

    Member for Farrer Sussan Ley has welcomed the 2015 Budget as a blue-print for the Government’s long-term plan to build a stronger, safer and prosperous future for our region. Ms Ley said she was delighted to see a number of new national budget measures directly important to the future...

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  • $1.3 billion to list life-saving medicines

    The Abbott Government will invest $1.3 billion listing new medicines and vaccines that will save lives and help thousands of Australians manage debilitating conditions in its 2015-16 Budget. Minister for Health Sussan Ley announced Tuesday’s Budget would list new drugs to help Australians beat melanoma, breast cancer and blindness...

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  • Work for the Dole open for business in Farrer

    Member for Farrer, Sussan Ley, today encouraged local not-for-profit organisations, charity, community and sporting groups, councils or state government agencies to identify and register activities or projects for Work for the Dole participants. From 01 July 2015 Work for the Dole will be rolled out nationally as part of...

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  • Putting Farrer seniors in the digital age

    The Abbott Government is investing $1.3 million to assist older Australians continue building their digital skills via the Broadband for Seniors programme. Under the programme, local seniors across Farrer continue to have free access to computers and internet training, to ensure everyone can keep up in the digital age....

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  • $250,000 to fix local road black spot in Murray

    Member for Farrer, Sussan Ley, and Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Jamie Briggs, have confirmed funding of $250,000 to fix a significant road black spot in the Murray Shire. The funding will target a stretch of Pericoota Rd near the Thyra Rd intersection, west of Moama. Ms...

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