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  • Statement – 24 Aug 2018

    Like most of my constituents I am very glad a week of leadership instability is now at an end. As a Liberal colleague of Scott Morrison in NSW I know him well, as far back as his appearance at my Farrer pre-selection in 2001. I have worked closely with...

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  • Statement: the case for an independent live export regulator

    The decision overnight from the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources to cancel the livestock export license of Emanuel Exports over a failure to meet existing legislative requirements is a significant step towards the end of the live sheep export trade. However, given the confusing and complex regulatory environment...

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  • 40,000 trees at Thurgoona help grow 20 million Trees Program

    Thousands of new trees are now being planted at Thurgoona (outside of Albury) on new revegetation projects planned to directly help recover ecological communities and threatened species. Year 9 students from Trinity Anglican College went to work today assisting with planting at ‘The Fell’, on the outskirts of the Thurgoona...

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  • Learning centre extension a big win for Burrumbuttock

    Thousands of extra school students will benefit from the new educational activities on offer at Burrumbuttock’s Wirraminna Environmental Education Centre thanks to a major expansion. Federal Member for Farrer Sussan Ley said the upgrade means the centre in the middle of reclaimed native woodland, can now increase its opening hours...

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  • Funding builds a better region around Finley

    Berrigan Shire is set to benefit from a $1.25m Commonwealth grant towards the second stage of Finley’s ‘Alumuna’ Active Independent Retirement Village. Local MP Sussan Ley said financing from the Building Better Regions Fund (Infrastructure Projects stream) will help construct six serviced independent living units and another four one-bedroom serviced...

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